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The Magnificent Seven - 1 Sheet Hungarian Movie Poster

Excellent tri-color composition for the beautifully scored, shot and acted brilliant classic western-thriller.

  • Original title -
    The Magnificent Seven
  • Year / Country - 1960 / USA
  • Genre - Western
  • Director - John Sturges
  • Starring -
    Eli Wallach, Charles Bronson, Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn, James Coburn, Brad Dexter, Horst Buchholz
  • Poster title - A hét mesterlövész
  • Designer - Kovács Vilmos
  • Dimensions- 32" x 22"
  • Condition -
    Very good. Three horizontal fold lines, light wear at the bottom of the right edge. No pin holes, no tape marks, no tears.

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