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    The Smiths/James Dean Musical Posters. Large Smiths Poster (36" X 59"), Small Smiths Poster (11" X 22.5"), and Musical Poster (20" X 30"). Morrissey and The Smiths made no secret of their appreciation for James Dean and on these two posters, they let their affections show. These posters for the release of "Big Mouth Strikes Again" feature a wonderful image of Dean astride a motorcycle. But the posters are in fabulous condition with the large poster having been folded. Also included is a poster for "Dean: The Musical" which ran in London in the 1970s. The large Smiths poster and the musical poster do have small amounts of tape on the back but are otherwise clean. Near Mint/Mint. From the James Dean Museum archive.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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