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    This Island Earth (Universal International, 1955). Folded, Very Fine+. One Sheet (27" X 41") Reynold Brown Artwork. Directed by Jack Arnold and Joseph M. Newman, This Island Earth was praised upon its release for its special effects and bright Technicolor images. In the decades since its release, the film has become an instantly recognizable part of science fiction history, and one look at the Metaluna Mutants on this colorful half sheet is sure to bring back fond memories for anyone who has screened this film. This poster displays well and shows some signs of use, such as slight edge and fold wear, minute fold separation, unobtrusive smudges, and very faint toning within the borders and credit area.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2021
    4th-7th Thursday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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