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    Elvis Presley Easy Come, Easy Go Theatrical Six Sheet (Paramount, 1967). Easy Come, Easy Go may not be one of Elvis' best-known films, but we'd be hard pressed to find a better poster than this terrific theatrical six-sheet from the 1967 musical comedy. The King is front and center, golden Gibson in hand, and nearly life-size in scale! The text says it all -- "Elvis! Excitement! Adventure Under The Sea!" - and is a great visual artifact of the swinging 60s. The poster is well-preserved with vibrant colors, has been professionally mounted on linen, and is in Very Good condition with one small area of repair on a center seam. Measures 81" x 81". From the Oshei Family Collection.

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    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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