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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Umberto Lenzi vintage movie posters from his critically acclaimed catalog of timeless cinematic contributions.

    Umberto Lenzi (August 6, 1931 – October 19, 2017) was an Italian film director and novelist who made his official debut in 1961 with Queen of the Seas, followed by Italian cannibal film Man from the Deep River. He did adventure films like The Triumph of Robin Hood, The Invincible Masked Rider, two films about Sandokan the Great (1963), and Pirates of Malaysia (1964).

    Lenzi directed European spy films in 1965, such as Super Seven Calling Cairo, 008: Operation Exterminate and The Spy Who Loved Flowers. He then made war films, like Desert Commandos, Legion of the Damned, and westerns, such as Pistol for a Hundred Coffins and All Out (1968). His Italian erotic thrillers starring Carroll Baker, such as So Sweet... So Perverse, A Quiet Place to Kill and Orgasmo, influenced from Jacques Deray and René Clément, had box office sucess. He then followed the new trend with Seven Bloodstained Orchids, referencing Cornell Woolrich and Edgar Wallace novels, from giallo films inspired by Dario Argento. Lenzi later devoted to exclusively making crime dramas and war films, such as The Greatest Battle and From Hell to Victory in 1979.

    He is credited under the name Humphrey Humberet for horror films Ghosthouse (1988) and Nightmare Beach (1988) was credited to Harry Kirkpatrick, refusing to put his name on the film. His horror films The House of Witchraft and The House of Lost Souls were part of a series, "Houses of Doom," by Luciano Martino. He shot, in 1992, the adventure film Mean Tricks, also known as Hornsby and Rodriguez, starring Charles Napier and David Warbeck. He was married to Olga Pehar who co-wrote some of his films. Lenzi died on 2017 in Ostia district, Rome at the age of 86.

    Film/Art Gallery’s collection of original Umberto Lenzi movie posters include French small (23x32) poster of Kriminal, the 1966 Italian/Spanish co-production directed by Lenzi. Umberto Lenzi poster collection also includes 1 Sheet (27x41) posters of Paranoia, starring Carroll Baker in the Horror/Giallo movie.

    Film/Art Gallery movie posters are original prints and film poster collectibles. These are original movie posters. We do not carry any movie poster reproductions or reprints of any kind.