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Rocker Vintage Movie Poster 1991

Rocker Vintage Movie Poster 1991.Genre AventuresDurée 110 min Date de sortie 18 décembre 1991 Réalisateur Joe JohnstonAvec Bill Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, Alan Arkin, Timothy Dalton, Paul Sorvino et autresProduction Gordon Company, Silver Screen Partners IV, Touchstone Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures Format de tournage 35 mmRatio d'image 2.35Couleur

Réalisation : Joe Johnston Auteurs & scénaristes : Dave Stevens, Danny Bilson, Paul De Meo et William Dear avec : Bill Campbell (Cliff Secord), Jennifer Connelly (Jenny Blake), Alan Arkin (A. 'Peevy' Peabody), Timothy Dalton (Neville Sinclair), Paul Sorvino (Eddie Valentine), Terry O'Quinn (Howard Hughes), Ed Lauter (Agent du FBI Fitch), James Handy (Agent du FBI 'Wooly' Wolinski), Tiny Ron (Lothar / le bon vieux garçon), Robert Guy Miranda (Spanish Johnny, Valentine Hood)

62" X 45 1/2"


The first comics featuring Stevens' signature character the Rocketeer was released in 1982. Those stories first appeared as a back-up in issues #2 and #3 of a Pacific Comics effort from Mike Grell called Starslayer. The feature later moved to the anthology title Pacific Presents and then in 1984 became the feature of its own eponymous series for five issues. [4]

The story was continued in the Rocketeer Adventure Magazine, two issues of which were published by Comico Comics in 1988 and 1989, and a third by Dark Horse Comics in 1995. Stevens' extensive research and meticulous approach to drawing contributed to the long delays between issues.[1] The first story was collected in a single volume by Eclipse Comics (ISBN 1-56060-088-8). The second story was collected by Dark Horse as The Rocketeer: Cliff's New York Adventure (ISBN 1-56971-092-9).

The Rocketeer was an adventure story set in a pulp fiction-styled 1930s (with allusions to heroes like Doc Savage and the Shadow emphasizing the pulp tradition), about a down-on-his-luck pilot named Cliff Secord who finds a mysterious rocket pack. Despite its erratic publishing history, Rocketeer proved to be one of the first successful features to emerge from the burgeoning independent comics movement. Influenced by Golden Age artists such as Will Eisner, Lou Fine, Reed Crandall, Maurice Whitman, Frank Frazetta and Wally Wood,[5] Stevens was widely recognized along with artists such as Steve Rude and Jaime Hernandez as one of the finest comic-book artists of his generation.[4]

Stevens began developing a Rocketeer film proposal in 1985 and sold the rights to the Walt Disney Company, which produced the 1991 film The Rocketeer. The film was directed by Joe Johnston, and starred Billy Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, Alan Arkin and Timothy Dalton. Stevens co-wrote the screenplay and was a hands-on co-producer of the film.[4] It received a mixture of highly positive and lukewarm reviews, and disappointing ticket sales.

Rocker Vintage Movie Poster 1991
rocketeerRegular price: $850.00Sale price: $275.00