Michael Caine starred in this 1966 film as a womanising young man living a carefree life in swinging Sixties London.
Julia Foster, Shelley Winters and Millicent Martin were just some of his conquests.
Despite – or perhaps because of – it’s rather controversial theme the film was well received, and Lewis Gilbert, who went on to direct several of the Bond films, won his only Oscar nomination for his direction.
Featuring border art from the main poster campaign, the lobby cards also show a black and white scene from the film. This is Card #7 showing Alfie trying to exert his charm on the doctor (Eleanor Bron).