"The Man Who Drew Bug-Eyed Monsters" (1994) part 1. Secrets Behind Hollywood’s Greatest Movie Posters. When Bill Gold goes to the multiplex near his home in Old Greenwich, Conn., he shudders as he passes the rows of posters for upcoming movies.
Having spent much of his life designing and defining the art of movie posters, he feels a sense of disappointment. “I can’t believe they are doing so little,” Gold says. “I can’t believe they’re not marketing the movie.” PHOTO GALLERY: Bill Gold's Memorable Movie Posters Gold, 90, spent six decades creating posters for such iconic films as Casablanca, My Fair Lady, Woodstock and every Clint Eastwood picture from Dirty Harry (1971) through Mystic River (2003) before his retirement in 2004. Refiguring American Film Genres: History And Theory book by Nick Browne @ Rs.1298 FREE Shipping, Buy book Refiguring American Film Genres: History And Theory by Nick Browne.