In 1993 Steven Spielberg directed another massive box office hit, eighteen years after Jaws.
This time it wasn’t a giant shark, but living dinosaurs, in his adaptation of the Michael Crichton best selling novel.
The Jurassic Park/World franchise has now delivered six movies, but the first is still the best, with the (then) ground breaking CGI bringing dinosaurs to the big screen in realistic fashion, and with plenty of Spielberg’s trade mark quick cut editing and tension building scenes.
Original cinema advertising posters and other materials for the movie have become very collectable, even though it’s still not thirty years old. This is an original US Lobby Card from the set of 8 produced for the film’s first release. They all feature the iconic logo designed by John Alvin as part of the border artwork, and individuals scenes which each capture a key moment from the narrative.
This Card spotlights Richard Attenborough as John Hammond, the architect of the theme park where the action all takes place.
Great condition card with no paper loss or image deterioration.