This two-sided 1960s poster advertises the 'La Revue Plus Sex De Paris' show at the Concert Mayol, a cabaret in Paris which opened in the late 1800s.
The poster is illustrated by Rene Lefebvre, a well-known French artist/illustrator of movie and theater posters.
This poster measures 16 by 24 inches. It's illustrated in black and white, lithographed with one color. The poster is actually two posters attached at one side...one on each side. This may have been intended to be placed in front of the theater in an A-frame stand for people to see as they passed by.
The poster has a fold across the center. It was printed by A. Karcher, Paris.
The Mayol theatre / cabaret closed in 1976. In its heyday, it featured great stars including Maurice Chevalier, Marie Dubas, Fernandel and many others. The nudie reviews began in 1934 and evolved into the art of French burlesque/striptease.
The backs of the posters are blank. They show minimal wear at edges. Overall, in excellent vintage condition...probably unused. (These can be separated and framed individually.) From the estate of an advertising illustration poster collector.
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