Strangers on a Train posters from around the world

Work by Italian masters Luigi Martinati and Rodolfo Gasparri highlight this collection of art from around the globe for Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train (1951). Based on the debut novel of Patricia Highsmith, who went on to write The Talented Mr. Ripley and The Price of Salt, which served as the basis for Todd Haynes’ film Carol.

Visit Cinephilia and Beyond to find the film’s script, storyboards, and a transcription of Hitchcock’s interview with Francois Truffaut from the fall of 1962.

All the posters come courtesy of Heritage Auctions, which features weekly bidding on a new set of beautiful movie art.

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