From Universal Studios, this is a HUGE Original 48" x 60" Subway Original MOVIE POSTER from the 1995 romantic drama motion picture,

Mad Love

Director: Antonia Bird

Screenplay by: Paula Milne

A Wild And Sexy Adventure!

Matt and Casey are Seattle teens that find love. However, Casey suffers from clinical depression, and is hospitalized for a suicide attempt. Matt, caring for Casey too much to leave her, helps her escape from the hospital, and they take to the road. Heading toward Mexico, Casey beings to experience the depression again. Matt, trying to help her, becomes scared. After another suicide attempt, deftly parried by Matt, they return to Seattle and their families, where Casey agrees to medication for her problem.

The entire cast included:

Chris O'Donnell ... Matt Leland
Drew Barrymore ... Casey Roberts
Matthew Lillard ... Eric
Richard Chaim ... Duncan
Robert Nadir ... Coach
Joan Allen ... Margaret Roberts
Jude Ciccolella ... Richard Roberts
Amy Sakasitz ... Joanna Leland
T.J. Lowther ... Adam Leland
Kevin Dunn ... Clifford Leland
Elaine Miles ... Housekeeper
Sharon Collar ... Librarian
Selene H. Vigil ... Singer
Valerie M. Agnew ... Drummer
Roisin Dunne ... Guitar

This subway Poster is Vintage and All ORIGINAL item from 1990's It features the two leads. This size poster was usually featured at subways and bus stops. This poster is BIG . It does have some edgewear and light crinkles in the middle and some surface wear. RARE these kind were EVER saved--Never hung some storage edge wear,

This is poster is over 15 years old. A Fantastic Find for the TRUE Movie Poster Collector.

Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 40 years!

MORE INFO ON CHRIS O'DONNELL: Christopher Eugene "Chris" O'Donnell (born June 26, 1970) is an American actor. He has played Robin in the Batman films, Batman Forever and Batman & Robin, Charlie Simms in Scent of a Woman, Finn Dandridge in Grey's Anatomy, and more recently, Jack McAuliffe in The Company. O'Donnell currently plays the role of Callen in the NCIS spin-off, NCIS: Los Angeles, which premiered in September 2009.O'Donnell, the youngest of seven children (with four sisters and two brothers), was born in Winnetka, Illinois, the son of Julie and William O'Donnell, Sr., a radio manager. O'Donnell is of paternal Irish and maternal German descent; he was raised in a devout Roman Catholic family and attended Roman Catholic schools, including Loyola Academy in Willmette, Illinois for high school, graduating in 1988. O'Donnell attended Boston College and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in marketing.

O'Donnell began modeling at the age of thirteen and was featured in several commercials.

O'Donnell was discovered when he was cast in a McDonald's commercial, in which he served Michael Jordan. His first television role was an appearance on the series Jack and Mike in 1986. At the age of 17, he was offered a chance to audition for a part in the movie Men Don't Leave, with Jessica Lange, and he won the role. In the early 1990s, O'Donnell was a featured player in many successful movies such as Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), School Ties (1992), and Scent of a Woman (1992) with Al Pacino (receiving a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor, which he lost to Gene Hackman for Unforgiven). He was named one of the 12 Promising New Actors of 1992 in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 44.

After the success of Circle of Friends (1995), O'Donnell played Dick Grayson/Robin in Batman Forever. He reportedly was part of a field of candidates that included Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jude Law, Ewan McGregor, Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Toby Stephens, and Scott Speedman. Producers narrowed their choices to DiCaprio and O'Donnell. At a comic book convention, they asked a group of 11-year-old boys, the target audience, which actor could win a fistfight. After the boys overwhelmingly declared O'Donnell the winner, he was ultimately given the role. By coincidence, O'Donnell was said to be 20th Century Fox's favorite choice to play Jack Dawson in Titanic, but DiCaprio ended up with the role.

O'Donnell followed with a starring role in 1996's The Chamber, based on the John Grisham novel. He subsequently reprised his role in the Batman sequel, Batman & Robin, in 1997. Although a box office success, the movie was critically panned and O'Donnell himself has called it a low point in his career. He was considered for the lead role in Spider-Man, when the project was in development with James Cameron directing in 1996. Tobey Maguire was ultimately cast.

O'Donnell did not appear in another movie for two years. He was the producers' original choice for the role of James Edwards in Men in Black (1997), but, after he turned it down, the role went to Will Smith. The Robert Altman film Cookie's Fortune, The Bachelor (1999) and Vertical Limit (2000) were only moderately successful. Following Vertical Limit, a four-year hiatus led some to believe Batman & Robin had damaged his career. However, he came back in 2004 with the widely praised Kinsey. O'Donnell also appeared in the 2004 episode of Two and a Half Men entitled "An Old Flame With A New Wick." He played Charlie Sheen's former girlfriend, Jill, who had a sex change and resurfaced in Charlie's life as Bill.

O'Donnell took a lead role in the Fox Network television series Head Cases in 2005. The show was the first show of the fall 2005 season to be canceled, and only two episodes were aired. He was subsequently cast as veterinarian Finn Dandridge on the ABC drama Grey's Anatomy.

He figured prominently in the TNT miniseries The Company as fictional CIA agent Jack McAuliffe, in a performance that subtly portrayed his character's progression from spoon-fed Yale elitist to jaded, post-Cold War cynic. Film projects for 2008 included Kit Kittredge: An American Girl and Max Payne.

He is currently working on the sequel of the 2001 movie Cats and Dogs, Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. He will star in the movie, due to be released in 2010.

NCIS: Los Angeles, a spin-off of NCIS, sees a team of highly trained agents working in undercover surveillance at the Office of Special Projects (OSP), a division of NCIS. The show was introduced during a two-part episode of NCIS, named Legend (Part 1) and Legend (Part 2). O'Donnell starred as G. Callen, a Special Agent in the Office of Special Projects. His character, Callen, is described as 'a chameleon who transforms himself into whomever he needs to be to infiltrate the criminal underworld'. This role continues since the premiere of NCIS: Los Angeles on September 22, at 9:00pm, on CBS, following NCIS at 8:00pm.

O'Donnell stars alongside LL Cool J, Peter Cambor, Daniela Ruah, Linda Hunt and Adam Jamal Craig. Rocky Carroll, who plays Director Leon Vance of NCIS will appear in at least 6 of the first 13 episodes. Pauley Perrette, who stars as Abby Sciuto in the original NCIS series, will appear in 2 episodes.

In 1996, O'Donnell proposed to girlfriend Caroline Fentress. He met her while in college; they married in 1997.

The couple have five children, three sons and two daughters: Lily Anne O'Donnell (b. September 6, 1999), Christopher "Chip" Eugene O'Donnell Jr. (b. October 24, 2000), Charles McHugh O'Donnell (b. July 11, 2003), Finley O'Donnell (b. March 24, 2006), and Maeve Frances O'Donnell (b. December 10, 2007).

O'Donnell is an avid golfer. He participated in a golf outing to help raise money for the Motion Picture and Television Fund, for which they raised $500,000 in the year 2000.

MORE INFO ON DREW BARRYMORE: Charming, free-spirited and - above all - talented, Drew Barrymore has come a long way since her big-screen breakout in

Steven Spielberg's beloved sci-fi blockbuster, E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982). Despite a troubled and much-publicized adolescence during which she appeared in only a handful of films, Barrymore's star was officially on the rise during the mid-90s with notable appearances in Poison Ivy (1992), Bad Girls (1994/I), Boys on the Side (1995), Batman Forever (1995), Woody Allen's Everyone Says I Love You (1996) and Wes Craven's Scream (1996/I). Turns in The Wedding Singer (1998), Ever After (1998), Never Been Kissed (1999), Charlie's Angels (2000), Riding in Cars with Boys (2001) and Donnie Darko (2001) followed, proving to once-cynical audiences that Barrymore was not only a capable leading lady, but also a gifted and versatile actor. Recent projects have included 50 First Dates (2004), Fever Pitch (2005), Music and Lyrics (2007), Curtis Hanson's Lucky You (2007) and the forthcoming Grey Gardens (2008).

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