Los Olvidados aka The Young and the Damned, Luis Bunuel's classic Mexican juvenile delinquent melodrama starring Alfonso Mejia, Estela Inda, Miguel Inclan, Roberto Cobo, and Alma Delia Fuentes.
Though made by Spaniard Luis Bunuel, the film is considered one of the greatest Mexican movies ever. Filmed in Mexico soon after World War II, Bunuel was influenced by Vittorio de Sica's Sciascia aka Shoeshine (1946) and possibly the Dead End Kid movies of the 1930s. Like The Lord of the Flies, it shows how lawless and cruel children can be when they grow up in awful circumstances.
The poster was originally folded, is in good condition and will be shipped folded. There is a stain on the left side of the poster that is visible in the pic. It has "INDUSTRIA ARGENTINA" in the bottom left, an artist Aler at lower right, and is assumed from a 1960's re-release.
Watch the trailer for Los Olivdados below.