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Movie Poster of the Week: Peter Falk and "...All the Marbles"

2 July 2011 1:21 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

“I can’t see you, but I know you’re there.” For me, the great Peter Falk, who passed away a week ago at the age of 83, earned his angel wings for three pictures: Wings of Desire, A Woman Under the Influence, and this terrific gritty sports comedy/road movie by Robert Aldrich. Made in 1981 (it was Aldrich’s final film) and released abroad as The California Dolls, …All the Marbles stars Falk as the go-for-broke manager of a pair of female tag-team wrestlers. As cheesy as the poster looks at first glance it has a zingy energy (with all that type on the diagonal) that is actually quite unlike the downbeat feel of much of the film. 

Unfortunately there are not many other great Falk posters: most of  his later ones are pretty awful. I already wrote about one of the best posters for Husbands (and my ambivalence about that film) a while ago. »

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