Casino Royale – Special Poster


Charles K. Feldman’s Casino Royale, the 1967 English/U.S. John Huston, Ken Hughes, Robert Parrish, Joe McGrath, & Val Guest English/U.S. James Bond 007 secret agent spy espionage screwball slapstick comedy spoof (“‘Casino Royale’ is too much… For one James Bond!”; “James Bond 007 Casino Royale is the #1 sensation across the nation!”; “…the greatest 007 show on earth!”; “Because it is the biggest spectacular circus of fun ever to dazzle the screen!”; “Because it has the biggest finale fight ever staged, at a cost of more than a million dollars!”; “Because it has the most opulent motion picture sets ever devised, staggering the imagination!”; “Because it was photographed in seven different countries in the most colorful locales ever filmed!”; “Because The New Yorker says: ‘CASINO ROYALE’ IS A VERY FUNNY PICTURE, and no two ways about it!”; “Because Cosmopolitan Magazine calls it: ‘A very big, very funny piece of tomfoolery you won’t want to do without… the picture is lots of fun, madder than MAD, MAD WORLD.'”; “Because L’LExpress [Paris] calls it: ‘MONUMENTAL! A HELLZAPOPPIN CIRCUS! THE CRAZIEST, FUNNIEST FILM OF THE YEAR!'”; “Because Ed Sullivan says in the Daily News: ‘Ursula AndressDavid NivenPeter SellersWoody Allen great in hilarious ‘CASINO ROYALE’!'”; “Because Cue Magazine says: ‘IT’S FUN! IT’S LAUGHS ALL THE WAY’ and Bosley Crowther says in the N.Y. Times ‘GRANDLY LAUNCHED! Riotous and romantic!'”; “Suggested by the Ian Fleming novel”) starring Peter SellersUrsula AndressDavid Niven (as Sir James Bond), Woody AllenJoanna PettetOrson WellesDaliah LaviDeborah KerrWilliam HoldenCharles BoyerJean-Paul BelmondoGeorge RaftJohn Huston (as “M”), Terence Cooper, Barbara Bouchet, Gabriella Licudi, Tracy Reed, Tracey Crisp, Kurt KasznarElaine Taylor, Anglea Scoular, and “plus a Bondwagon full of the most beautiful and talented girls you ever saw!”

Artist: Robert McGinnis
It was apparently displayed in stores or theaters when this movie first played (perhaps in both), and you could order a copy of this poster for 50 cents from a New York company. We don’t know if the poster you got for 50 cents was the same as this poster, or if it had different printing at the bottom, because we have never sold this poster, or anything similar, before. It is almost surely one of the more rare James Bond posters there is, even though there were likely a large number of them made in 1967, because it appears that almost none survive. We know nothing about this poster beyond what is printed on it, and we are certain it is from 1967. 

Condition: very good to fine. The poster was never folded. It has some tiny creases around the edges. When you turn the poster over, you can see that it has very slight creases scattered throughout, but they really don’t show from the front of the poster. It will look wonderful displayed on the wall exactly as it is!

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Additional information


David Niven, Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress




United States


16 x 24


Ken Hughes




Bond, Comedy