Alfred Hitchcock was the master of suspense, and his films have become timeless. This week Mad Duck will release new officially licensed posters for two Hitchcock films that have yet to have official screen print releases!
It is a pleasure to bring you "The Man Who Knew Too Much" by Jack Durieux and "The Trouble With Harry" by David Merveille! Both artists did amazing jobs capturing the essence of each film!
"The Man Who Knew Too Much" is a 1956 suspense thriller film noir, starring James Stewart and Doris Day. The movie won an Academy Award for Best Song for "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)", sung by Doris Day, a song that plays a pivotal role in the film and is captured in the posters!
"The Trouble with Harry"is a 1955 black comedy film that starred Shirley MacLaine, in her very first film role. The Trouble with Harry takes place during a sun-filled autumn in the Vermont countryside. The fall foliage and the beautiful scenery around the village set an idyllic tone for the film and the posters!
Full run details are included below.
The Man Who Knew Too Much by Jack Durieux
Regular, 24X36, 10 color screen print, hand numbered, edition of 225, $65.
Variant, 24X36, 10 color screen print, hand numbered, edition of 125, $85.
The Trouble With Harry by David Merveille
- Regular, 24X36, 10 color screen print, hand numbered, edition of 175, $65.
- Variant, 24X36,10 color screen print, hand numbered, edition of 100, $85.
- Nature Variant, 24X36, 9 color screen print, hand numbered, edition of 150, $85.