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1941 - Hungarian 1/2 Sheet Movie Poster

Excellent composition by József Árendás for Steven Spielberg's comic war epic snatched from real headlines. The literal translation of the Hungarian title is "Nudes and fools".

  • Original title -
    1941
  • Year / Country - 1979 / USA
  • Genre - War, Comedy
  • Director - Steven Spielberg
  • Starring -
    Treat Williams, Dan Aykroyd, Christopher Lee, John Belushi
  • Poster title - Meztelenek és bolondok
  • Designer - Árendás József
  • Dimensions- More than one size avaiable:
  • Condition -
    Good. One horizontal fold line, tape marks on top left, top right, and bottom left edge - paper loss on the bottom right corner.

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