Win a gorgeous poster for Carol Reed’s The Fallen Idol

A special restoration of this classic British thriller from 1948 is being released.

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Often cited as being one of the most successful film to be told from a child’s point of view, The Fallen Idol marked the first collaboration between director Carol Reed and screenwriter and novelist Graham Greene, who would go on to work together on The Third Man and Our Man in Havana.

To celebrate the film’s re-release we’ve got an exclusive framed poster to give away courtesy of StudioCanal. Check out the poster below and head to our Twitter page to enter.

The newly restored version of The Fallen Idol is released on Blu-ray and DVD 16 November and is part of StudioCanal’s Vintage Classics collection. Head to facebook.com/vintageclassicsfilm for more.

Published 13 Nov 2015

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