Frank McCarthy, They Came to Rob Las Vegas (1968)

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McCarthy’s dramatically composed montage manages to bring together all the excitement — gambling, sex, violence — into a striking image highlighted by the lurid green faces and hands of the robbers.

“Just look at the way he gets the whole thing down to a few key painstakingly detailed scenes. That’s how you sell a movie.”

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For more Frank McCarty posters and an appreciation (written by the author of the passage quoted above) of his art see:

-- https://dangerousminds.net/comments/the_kick_ass_movie_poster_art_of_frank_mccarthy

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Later in life, McCarthy turned to oil painting scenes of the Old West, such as:

Forced Towards the Slallows

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