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  • Welcome to the official Film/Art Gallery collection of original Let's Get Lost vintage movie posters, where we offer a wide range of artwork for one of cinema's ultimate documentary films.

    Let's Get Lost, a documentary about the raging career and life of jazz trumpeter Chet Baker. The film was written and directed by Bruce Weber. Released in 1988, the title is from the song "Let's Get Lost" by Jimmy McHugh and Frank Loesser from the 1943 film Happy Go Lucky, which Baker recorded for Pacific Records.

    As Weber’s first images of Let's Get Lost came up on the screen, I knew I was in for a spiritual experience. It was pure poetry, a love letter to a beautiful, tragic figure whose face, voice, and sound from his trumpet expressed the hard-living and complex life he had led. Let's Get Lost was less a typical biography than a film odyssey that took us from the beaches of Santa Monica to the South of France, then to the dark clubs and recording studios of Los Angeles. Sam Pollard for IDA, International Documentary Association, August 30, 2016

    The film begins near the end of Baker’s life. It then looks back to historic footage only to finish in the present moment of the film’s making, with Chet Baker looking back at Weber’s depiction of his own story and emotionally stating, “It was a dream.”

    Film/Art Gallery's Let's Get Lost movie poster collection includes a Japanese first release photo by William Claxton. Let's Get Lost poster collection also includes a one of a kind photo of Chet Baker and his wife Halema.

    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.