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In Akira Kurosawa's masterful 1961 jidaigeki, Yojimbo, Toshiro Mifune plays a masterless samurai who arrives in a small town where competing crime lords make their money from gambling. The samurai convinces each of two crime lords, Seibei and Ushitora, to hire him as protection from the other.

The film is said to be the director's attempt at making a film along the lines of Hollywood westerns. Unknowingly, Kurosawa left one of the biggest impressions a director has ever left on the genre.

A long-time fan of Kurosawa's, Italian filmmaker Sergio Leone made a true-to-the-source remake for European and American audiences. In 1964 audiences were introduced to The Man With No Name portrayed by young American actor Clint Eastwood. Leone's remake, A Fist Full of Dollars, led to two spiritual sequels, For A Few Dollars More, and The Good The Bad and The Ugly. The Man With No Name trilogy went on to become one of the biggest staples in the Western genre.

Mifune's Yojimbo & Eastwood's Man With No Name

This print has a movie poster feel and is available in 8.5" x 11" and 13" x 19" sizes, and comes signed by the artist (me). Frame not included.

All prints are printed full bleed and borderless on high-quality matte presentation paper in 8.5 x 11 or 13 x 19 print sizes. Note that all of my prints are designed for the 13 x 19 size, so some cropping will occur on the 8.5 x 11 prints due to the difference in aspect ratio.

Upon request, I can get you an 8 x 10 print (for the 8.5 x 11 listing) or a 12 x 16 or 11 x 17 print (for the 13 x 19 listing). All custom print sizes are offered at no additional charge and come trimmed to size. Just shoot me a message!

-Art of Logan Pack

NO NAMES | Marquee Series | EASTWOOD & MIFUNE | Original Hand-signed Art Print

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