The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Bryanston, 1974)

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Bryanston, 1974). One Sheet (27" X 41").
When the picture was first released in 1974 it caused such a sensation that it soon became the highest grossing independent film at the box office. Leatherface, the chainsaw-wielding maniac at the center of this indie phenomenon, was inspired by Ed Gein, the Wisconsin serial killer. The original Bryanston one sheets are always a good find, as the film was re-released later by New Line. Only fold wear, a pinpoint cross fold separation, and corner bends can be noted. Rolled, Very Fine. Grade: 80, Service No.: 1388546