Jaws was one of the first of the big blockbuster movies that hit the cinema screens in the 1970s. It was also one of the first to spawn a series of successors, usually becoming less successful as the franchise extended.
Jaws 2 was released 3 years later, in 1978, and had a cast led again by Roy Scheider as Chief Brody, with Lorraine Gary as his wife and Murray Hamilton as the Mayor, more interested in commercial prosperity than health and safety.
Its main poster was a variation of the original Jaws image, but the Teaser/Advance, announcing that the film was coming, was more imaginative. Its design cleverly evokes the summer peace that is about to be destroyed, and it is popular with both collectors and people just looking for a great design. It also boasts one of the all-time great taglines.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.
This is that original US Teaser One Sheet poster, conservation backed.