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The Front - Hungarian 1 Sheet Movie Poster

Excellent composition by the great designer duo Koppány-Hódosi for Woody Allen's outstanding film about a shameful period in America's history - one of the very few funny politcal movies of the 70's.

  • Original title -
    The Front
  • Year / Country - 1976 / USA
  • Genre - Comedy
  • Director - Woody Allen
  • Starring -
    Andrea Marcovicci, Michael Murphy, Zero Mostel, Woody Allen
  • Poster title - A jónevű senki
  • Designer - Koppány-Hódosi
  • Dimensions- More than one size avaiable:
  • Condition -
    Near mint - folded, no pin holes, no tape marks, no tears.

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