I was always flumuxed when I was younger that despite his having directed Casablanca, one of my very favorite films and a regular contender for the best film ever made, and nearly all of the best Errol Flynn movies (The Adventures of Robin Hood, Captain Blood, Virginia City, Charge of the Light Brigade, the Sea Hawk, Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex), Michael Cutriz (born Mano Kaminer in Budapest in 1886) never seems to get the sort of recognition due to him by merit of his best projects. He gets more love now than he used to in critical circles, but he’s still hardly a household name. The original art for this one is available for sale. 8.5x11," ink on 80# stock, shipped the Tuesday after purchase. First come, first serve.