Amos Poe, The Foreigner, Debbie Harry & Eric Mitchell, 3 Film Stills from the Cigarette Scene, 1977


Amos Poe, The Foreigner

Fernando Natalici  (photographer), three (3) production stills showing Debbie Harry and Eric Mitchell in the alley scene from The Foreigner by Amos Poe, 1976; RC (resin coated) prints developed from the original 35mm negative, early 1990s; 5 x 7 in. (each).

Each photograph is inscribed and signed by the photographer:

1. On reverse: “Debbie Harry-The Foreigner, 1977, Natalici;” 2. on front with silver ink: “The Foreigner, 1977, Natalici;” 3. on reverse: “Eric Mitchell, Debie (sic) Harry-The Foreigner, Natalici” and artist’s photo credit stamp label.

The Foreigner, Eric Mitchell, Debby Harry, Amos Poe, Mudd Club

Three images from the cigarette scene in The Foreigner

The Foreigner, Debby Harry, Amos Poe

Photo #1

Debby Harry, the Foriegner

Inscription on back

The Foreigner, Eric Mitchell, Debby Harry, Amos Poe

Photo #2

The Foreigner, Eric Mitchell, Debby Harry, Amos Poe

Photo #3

The Foreigner, Amos Poe, Fernando Natalici

Stamp and inscription on back

Fernando Natalici was born in Brazil and studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology.  He was the art director and still photographer on two films by Amos Poe, Unmade Beds (1976) and The Foreigner (1977).  In 1978 he opened Studio T, a design firm that worked with The Mudd Club, CBGB’s, The Rock Hotel, Danceteria, The Ritz, and Area.


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No Wave and Independent Film

The No Wave and Independent films produced in downtown New York in the 1970s and 1980s are an intriguing hybrid art form that intermingles music, fashion, performance and visual art.