Colin B wrote:Suspicious Minds wrote:Double Trouble Italian poster
MGM released Double Trouble in Italy in July 1968 with the Italian title Fermi tutti, cominciamo daccapo! which loosely translated means “Hold on, let’s start all over again.” This beautifully framed Italian promotional poster presents stunning illustrations of Elvis and co-stars Yvonne Romain and Annette Day looking more like 007 and two Bond girls. An impressive poster that probably looked as great pasted up on the wall of a building in Rome as it will in your collection. The entire display measures 58 by 42 inches (147.32 x 106.68 cm) and the poster measures 55 by 39 inches (139.7 x 99.06 cm). The bottom of the frame has a plaque that reads “Double Trouble Italy.”
It's a great poster, but the main figures shown don't seem to have anything to do with what is in the film !
I completely agree! The Italians sure had a lot of imagination.