Think of the 3 Stooges if they started a hot-headed, wise-cracking gang on the streets of New York in the 1950’s and you get Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall and the Bowery Boys. Actually evolving from The East Side kids and other gangs of the 1940’s, the Bowery Boys hit big in the 1950’s with one of the best silly franchises on film. They were Hot Shots, they played Playboys and in this horror-crossover, they met the monsters.
This poster, sporting exceptional color lithography, slightly glamorizes the boys and their bizarre monster friends. This is one very-cool poster.
*Guaranteed Vintage and Original.
*One Sheet size – 27 x 41 inches.
*Overall Condition is Extra Fine – Bright and Fresh – Corner pinholes, pinhole to the left of Gorcey’s head, small fold separation holes at three central fold junctions.
*As if from a time capsule – in my private collection for over 45 years!
*Comes with COA from the Museum of Mom and Pop Culture / Adler Collection to ensure authenticity and provenance ~