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Hanky Panky - 1 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Excellent minimalist and dynamic composition with vibrating colors by the multiple award winning designer and animator, Istvan Banyai.

  • Original title -
    Hanky Panky
  • Year / Country - 1982 / USA
  • Genre - Action, Comedy
  • Director - Sidney Poitier
  • Starring -
    Richard Widmark, Gilda Radner, Gene Wilder, Kathleen Quinlan
  • Poster title - Ki kém, ki nem kém
  • Designer - Istvan Banyai
  • Dimensions- More than one size avaiable:
  • Condition -
    Near mint. Unfolded, no tape marks, no pin holes, no wrinkles, two fine horizontal fold marks sharp edges.

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