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Do not Panic - 1/2 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Simple but legendary poster for the beloved Hungarian crime-comedy starring Csöpi Ötvös - who investigates about a lost plane from World War 2 this time. An extremely entertaining Hungarian cult classic. The poster is handsigned by the writer / director / lead actor Istvan Bujtor.

  • Original title -
    Csak semmi pánik...
  • Year / Country - 1982 / Hungary
  • Genre - Crime, Comedy
  • Director - István Bujtor
  • Starring -
    Szilvia Sunyovszky, József Székhelyi, Gábor Koncz, Gyula Bodrogi, László Bánhidi, András Kern, István Bujtor
  • Poster title - Csak semmi pánik...
  • Designer - Unknown artist
  • Dimensions- 24" x 17"
  • Condition -
    Very good. Double folded, no tape marks, no pin holes, sharp edges, 2 light stain spots.

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