Thursday, 3 November 2011

Lobby Card Collection - Deep Red (1975)

Dario Argento's stunningly composed giallo Deep Red was released in Spain under the title Rojo oscuro. Here are a selection of lobby cards that were used to promote the film in Spanish cinemas.













8 comments:

  1. My God! One gives away the killer's identity.

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  2. And another reveals Carlo!

    Apparently, Goblin's 'Profondo Rosso' score went to #1 on the Italian pop charts in 1975.

    But you haven't visited HELL until you've seen (and heard!) the 'Deep Red' rap!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVUXb1BaX7w

    God help us!

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  3. I'm sure I will regret checking out this link Jonny, but nevertheless I shall...

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  4. Awww, c'mon! You weren't impressed by the incredible choreography of 'DJ Felix'?

    ;)

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  5. Let me think about that for a second...No! :-)

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  6. I'm slightly confused by the following lyrics: People are dying, That's the price you have to pay if you want to die.

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