On any sunday 30x40 cinema 5 ‘71 yamaha bruce brown steve mcqueen iconic poster
ADDED MORE PHOTOS --------------------------- THE REAL DEAL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!On Any Sunday poster. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.An Original Vintage Theatrical Folded Thirty by Forty Movie Poster (30x40; measures 30" x 40" 100 % LIFETIME GUARANTEE ON POSTER . WILL COMBINE ON SHIPPING. On Any Sunday (released in some countries as "Challenge One"), the 1971 Bruce Brown dirt bike motorcycle biker motocross racing sports action documentary ("A film by Bruce ['Endless Summer'] Brown from Cinema 5"; "The most exciting film ever made on motorcycle sport."; "By Bruce Brown, producer of The Endless Summer"; "Motorcycle sport and the men who ride") featuring Steve McQueen, Mert Lawwill, Malcolm Smith, John Norman, and J.N. Roberts this is a special Yamaha style poster for this movie and this poster measures 30" x 40" and it is printed on a thin paper stock, similar to a U.S. one-sheet. Rare vintage poster designed and printed in the US for the Canadian release of the BRUCE BROWN directed bike racing documentary starring Steve McQUEEN A documentary following the lives of motorcycle racers and racing enthusiasts, including actor Steve McQueen. First asking the question "Why do they do it?" this film looks at the people who devote (and sometimes risk) their lives to racing on tracks and off-road courses around the world.Considered by many to be the best documentary about motorcycles ever made. The film was financed by actor Steve McQueen. Access to the beach for the final scenes in the film (shot at Camp Pendleton, a marine base in California), was originally denied to Bruce Brown, but Steve McQueen intervened and the Pendleton officials then gave permission. Creator and director Bruce Brown was best known at the time for his documentaries about surfing, culminating in "The Endless Summer"This movie does exactly that, shows what riders are willing to do for the sport. Today, you see travis pastrana dolls on the toy shelf at target, and kid rock with seth in his video. Why? Money. This video brings you back to the days when motocross and road bikes were dangerous, not EXTREME, riders raced for the #1 plate, not for sponsors.
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