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Buddy Goes West - 1 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Excellent artwork for the extremely entertaining and funny spaghetti western with the bouncing and politically incorrect Bud Spencer forming an odd couple.

  • Original title -
    Occhio alla penna
  • Year / Country - 1981 / Italy
  • Genre - Comedy, Western
  • Director - Michele Lupo
  • Starring -
    Bud Spencer, Joe Bugner, Sara Franchetti, Piero Trombetta, Carlo Reali
  • Poster title - Aranyeső Yuccában
  • Designer - Tóth László
  • Dimensions- 22" x 15"
  • Condition -
    Very good. Single folded (one fine horizontal fold mark) to pin holes, tape marks at all four corners, sharp edges.

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