New Orleans After Dark

Allied Artists Productions1958

The Historic New Orleans Collection

The Historic New Orleans Collection
New Orleans, United States

One-sheet movie poster for "New Orleans After Dark" featuring a gun wielding gangster looming over a dead woman. Background is colored blue. Film title is printed in yellow and orange. Smaller inset scenes include two femmes fatales and a Dixieland band, along with a steamboat and a section of French Quarter ironwork. Tagline: "The Big Dixieland Crime Shocker!" Another note indicates: "Filmed in the sin spots where it happened!" Printed at left of title: "'Livorno,' the mad killer who was king of Bourbon Street!... The jazz palaces, the strip-joints and the real-gone pads on Thrill Street! The dolls, the dicks, and the Dixieland Bands!" Set and filmed in New Orleans.


  • Title: New Orleans After Dark
  • Creator: Allied Artists Productions
  • Date Created: 1958
  • Physical Dimensions: 40 1/2" x 26 3/4"
  • Type: one-sheet posters
  • Rights: Physical rights are retained by The Historic New Orleans Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.
  • Medium: printing paper; printing ink
  • Art Form: Prints and Printmaking
  • Support: offset lithography
  • Depicted Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Original Title: New Orleans After Dark
  • Credit Line: From the Don Lee Keith New Orleans in Film Collection, gift of Teresa Neaves
  • Accession Number: SC, 2011.0300.53

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