El Fanfarron (1938)
- Jorge Negrete
) is one of the most iconic Mexican film posters. It features a bold image, contrasting bold colors and it’s done in the style of a stone litograph. Jorge Negrete was already a sensation all over Mexico in this, his second film, where he was one of the first to create the Mexican charro singing cowboy.
24" x 36" with original border, unframed
100# Semi-gloss PEFC Certified Recycled Paper
Restored from the original.
Digitally photographed and printed on a high quality Komori UV Lithographic Press with full UV inks
Watch El Fanfarron (part 1)
Part 2 (see more on YouTube)
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Marca del Zorrillo (1950)
El Muchacho Alegre (1947)
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