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The Dirty Dozen - Hungarian 1/2 sheet movie poster

Striking and dynamic composition by István Balogh for the excellent cult WWII action piece - and the perfect representation of '60s pop culture.

  • Original title -
    The Dirty Dozen
  • Year / Country - 1967 / USA
  • Genre - Action, War
  • Director - Robert Aldrich
  • Starring -
    Donald Sutherland, Telly Savalas, George Kennedy, John Cassavetes, Jim Brown, Charles Bronson, Ernest Borgnine, Lee Marvin
  • Poster title - A piszkos tizenkettő
  • Designer - Balogh István
  • Dimensions- 15 x 22 inches
  • Condition -
    Light horizontal fold mark, small paper loss at the top right corner. Very good condition.

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