This is an ORIGNAL Vintage Movie Poster on Kraft paper. It measure 27" x 41" It has tape marks and small pinholes on the edges, slight wear in folds. Opened and framed it's amazing. It has great colors.

This poster was to promote the 1958 Action Adventure film,

High Hell

Actually Filmed in the World's Most Rugged Mountains. Craig Rhodes (John Derek) is the partner of gold miner Frank Davidson (Al Mulock). Frank's wife Lenore (Elaine Stewart) develops a yen for Rhodes, while he insists upon remaining honorable.The situation becomes prickly when a heavy snowfall forces Frank, Lenore and Craig to share close quarters, awaiting rescue. Adding to the tension is lecherous miner Luke Fulgham (Patrick Allen), who openly lusts after the heroine. Though set in the Canadian Rockies, produced by a Hollywood film company and boasting a largely American cast, High Hell is technically a British film, lensed in the Alps!

Director: Burt Balaban

Writers: Steve Frazee (novel), Irve Tunick

Stars: John Derek, Elaine Stewart and Patrick Allen


John Derek ... Craig Rhodes
Elaine Stewart ... Lenore Davidson
Patrick Allen ... Luke Fulgham
Jerold Wells ... Charlie Spence
Al Mulock ... Frank Davidson
Rodney Burke ... Danny Rhodes
Colin Croft ... Malvern, mine financier
Nicholas Stuart ... Jed, mob leader
Dick James ... Singer (voice)

It's a great poster for fans of old Action Adventure sagas!

MORE INFO ON JOHN DEREK: John Derek (August 12, 1926 – May 22, 1998) was an American actor, director and photographer.

Derek was born Derek Delevan Harris in Hollywood, California. His good looks quickly got him supporting roles, most notably as Broderick Crawford's son in All the King's Men (1949), but he also enjoyed leads such as "Nick Romano" in Knock on Any Door (1949) opposite Humphrey Bogart (who told him, "You look great, but kid, that's not enough"), "Brock Mitchell" in Fury at Showdown, and as Robin Hood in Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950) with Alan Hale. He played Joshua in The Ten Commandments (1956).

He also was a film director. He directed his wives, Ursula Andress, in two movies, and Linda Evans in one. His best known films as a director are those he directed with his fourth wife, Bo Derek (she starred in four of his movies). The 1990 film Ghosts Can't Do It was his last film in the director's chair. He was first married to actress Pati Behrs, née Pati Behrs Eristoff (February 13, 1922 — July 10, 2004). Behrs was a Russian-born American actress, a grandniece of Leo Tolstoy. She was married to Derek from 1951-57. They had two children, Russell and Sean Catherine Derek. John Derek took photos of all three of his subsequent wives (at different times) for Playboy magazine.

MORE INFO ON ELAINE STEWART: Elaine Stewart (May 31, 1930 – June 27, 2011) was an American actress and model. Stewart was born in Montclair, New Jersey as Elsy Steinberg. She was one of five children born into a German Jewish family. In 1961, nearing the end of her television career, she married actor Bill Carter. After her divorce from Carter, she married television producer Merrill Heatter on December 31, 1964. They had a son, Stewart, and a daughter, Gabrielle.

Stewart made her debut by winning Miss See in See Magazine in 1952, with measurements 34–25–36. She was in many magazines such as Playboy and Photoplay.

She had a supporting role in The Bad and the Beautiful (1952), as Lila. She appeared in other films, such as Brigadoon, Night Passage, The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond, and The Adventures of Hajji Baba.

Stewar t was also known as the co-hostess on two 1970s game shows, Gambit with Wink Martindale and the nighttime edition of High Rollers with Alex Trebek, which were both produced by her husband.

This item is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for the past 40 years!

HIGH HELL Original 1-Sheet Movie Poster JOHN DEREK
Item #BMM0001478