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1964 Original American Movie Poster - "Joy house" (Les Félins) with Jane Fonda & Alain Delon

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  • 1964 Original American Movie Poster - "Joy house" (Les Félins) with Jane Fonda & Alain Delon

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1964 Original American Movie Poster - "Joy house" (Les Félins) with Jane Fonda & Alain Delon

$200.00 $350.00

Date: 1963
Size: 28 x 22 inches
Artist: Unknown

About The Poster:

This is an American movie poster for the 1964 film, "Joy House" (Les Felins) with Jane Fonda & Alain Delon, directed by René Clément. This poster is in overall good condition, however, some small holes are visible in each corner of the poster. This poster would be perfect a family room or office.

"Joy House (French title: Les Félins) is a 1964 French mystery-thriller film starring Jane Fonda,  Alain Delon, and Lola Albright. It is based on the 1954 novel of the same name by Day Keene. In Monte Carlo, Marc, a handsome card sharp, escapes American gangsters who have been ordered to kill him by the boss of a New York gang because he had an affair with the boss's wife. Marc hides in a mission for the poor where Barbara, a wealthy widow, finds him and hires him as her chauffeur.

At Barbara's chateau, Melinda, Barbara's niece, becomes attracted to him. Marc discovers that Barbara is hiding her lover, Vincent, in the secret rooms and passageways of the chateau. She and Vincent (a bank robber sought by the police for murdering Barbara's husband) plan to murder Marc so that Vincent may use his passport in escaping to South America. Marc and Barbara begin an affair but are discovered by Vincent, who then kills Barbara but is himself killed by the American gangsters, who mistake him for Marc.

Marc and Melinda plan to dispose of the two bodies, but when Melinda learns that Marc is planning to leave without her, she tricks the police into believing Marc guilty and forces him to hide in the chateau's secret rooms. He is her prisoner, just as Vincent had been her aunt's."

(Source: Wikipedia contributors. "Joy House (film)." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.)