Live and Let Die James Bond POSTER Glossy Borderless of Various Sizes & Frame Option (A1 size 33.1 x 23.4 Inch / 841 x 594 mm, 01)

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Live and Let Die James Bond POSTER Glossy Borderless of Various Sizes & Frame Option (A1 size 33.1 x 23.4 Inch / 841 x 594 mm, 01)

Live and Let Die James Bond POSTER Glossy Borderless of Various Sizes & Frame Option (A1 size 33.1 x 23.4 Inch / 841 x 594 mm, 01)

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SCHÄFER FROM JAMES BOND 007 MUSEUM NYBRO SWEDEN MEDIA, VISIT JAMES BOND MOVIE PLACES, FILM, LOCATIONS It is exceptionally rare to have an original poster signed, as the majority of signatures are on pieces of paper, photographs and video/DVD sleeves.

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Owen is clearly passionate and has amassed a great selection of original posters and is always happy to help with any questions you have. This was the eighth film in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the first to star Roger Moore as James Bond. It was directed by Guy Hamilton, and based on Ian Flemings second Bond novel, which was published in 1954. We can however arrange framing, and this is available on eligible posters when adding them to your basket.

It can take up to an additional 2 weeks for a poster to be delivered when adding the framing option to an unframed poster, as it needs to be handed to and processed by the framer before being shipped. Live and Let Die is a 1973 spy film and the eighth film in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions and the first to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. It was directed by Guy Hamilton and produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman. Although the producers had wanted Sean Connery to return after his role in the previous Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, he declined, sparking a search for a new actor to play Bond; Moore was signed for the lead role.

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I was working on a film with a 1st AD who had been filming the Octopussy and he was so lovely to sign the poster for my wife.minimal fold line touch up/restoration. Tear on right side invisibly repaired. Now appears near mint! Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections—they may also appear in recommendations and other places. After searching for a while for an original cinema poster to make a statement on our hallway staircase wall, I started the search and found the Cinema Poster Gallery had just what I wanted. This poster will be in excellent conditions and if it has a blemish or mark it will be barely noticeable. The prices match the quality of the posters and I have recommended my fellow collectors to come here for their posters.

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By that time Kotto had moved to Manila with his Filipino third wife, Tessie Sinahon, with whom he ran an artists’ retreat in southern Leyte. Both earlier marriages ended in divorce. He is survived by Tessie, by a daughter, Natasha, and two sons, Fred and Robert, from his first marriage, to Rita Ingrid Dittman, and three daughters, Sarada, Mirabai and Salina, from his second, to Antoinette Pettyjohn. Kotto’s life changed at 16 when he saw Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront. He “knew from that moment I wanted to be an actor”. He enrolled in a local theatre school and made his stage debut as Othello at 19. His first film role was uncredited in Four for Texas (1963); his first credit came in the 1964 civil rights drama Nothing But a Man, starring Ivan Dixon, Abbey Lincoln and Julius Harris, who 24 years later played Kotto’s henchman Tee Hee in Live and Let Die.An average poster that shows multiple pinholes, tears that are clearly visible or possible tape stains. Colours are still good but the paper may have yellowed. I cannot express how friendly, helpful and knowledgeable my experience with Cinema Poster Gallery was. This is an original US Half Sheet poster for the first Roger Moore James Bond film Live and Let Die. The ‘O’,’O’ characters in Roger Moore’s name work perfectly with the 007 designation. Robert McGinnis produced the artwork and he gives everything to this poster ‘ tarot cards, death gods, voodoo dolls of Bond, sharks, crocodiles, speedboats, county police cars, machine guns and of course beautiful femmes fatales. This is exactly the same picture as the UK quad film for the film but slightly smaller in scale. tape, a few teeny tiny pin holes on the bottom. Looks beautiful! Well preserved. A perfect candidate for A flawless poster that will be in the exact same condition as the day it was printed with no marks or fading.



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