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The Magnificent Seven - 1 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster - Style "B"

Great and very rare text only / typography poster for John Sturges's brilliant classic.

  • Original title -
    The Magnificent Seven
  • Year / Country - 1960 / USA
  • Genre - Western
  • Director - John Sturges
  • Starring -
    Horst Buchholz, Brad Dexter, James Coburn, Robert Vaughn, Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach, Charles Bronson
  • Poster title - A hét mesterlövész
  • Designer - Unknown artist
  • Dimensions- 33" x 24"
  • Condition -
    Fully folded, pin holes at all four corners. Paper loss at the top left and right corner, and in the middle of the top edge. Sellotape at the bottom of the back side of the poster. Displays amazing when framed.

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