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A guaranteed original movie poster for the 1976 West German release of Nicholas Ray's teen drama of 1955 "Rebel Without A Cause", released in Germany as "... denn sie wissen nicht, was sie tun", which translates as "... because they don't know what they're doing".
Following his Oscar nominated role in East of Eden, James Dean's penultimate film (it would be followed by 1956's Giant) was released a month after his untimely death. It would be the only film in which the iconic actor would receive top billing.
Natalie Wood co-stars in a land-breaking film that explores the clash of generations as rock 'n' roll teenagers emerged from the privations of global conflict.
This wonderful illustrated poster (the format is known as the 'German A1') has artwork by German artist Rolf Goetze. It has never been folded and as our photos show, will look incredible framed and on display.
Note that the design of this poster was originally used for the 1964 German release. This poster may be from that release, but given the feel of the paper, we think it more likely that it is from the 1976 release.
By the way, the film's title was taken by Warner Brothers from a 1944 book about juvenile delinquency, Rebel Without a Cause: The Hypnoanalysis of a Criminal Psychopath by Robert M. Lindner!
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Note: This poster is priced unframed. Photos showing framed and 'in room' images are for illustration only. Please check our hi-res images and the sizing information shown above.