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Cinema Art: Tonite Let's All Make Love In London (1967)


To kick off our look at some of the great art featured on cinema walls, we look at Peter Strausfeld and his poster for Tonite Let's All Make Love In London at the Academy Cinema.

Strausfeld was interned during World War two with Academy Cinema director George Hoellering. After the war, Hoellering asked Strausfeld to do posters for the Academy Cinema - which he did until 1980. Much different than the posters seen around the rest of the country, these were as much art as advertisements and combined with their scarcity, have become real collectors' pieces.

You can still pick up some cheaper titles, but this 30-inch x 40-inch title can sell for as much as £800.


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