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Amphibian Man - 1/2 Sheet Soviet Movie Poster

Excellent four color composition for the Soviet sci-fi romance masterpiece. The movie was an instant hit in the Soviet Union - it became a cult classic at the moment it was released, and the main actors became famous overnight.

  • Original title -
    Человек-Амфибия
  • Year / Country - 1962 / USSR
  • Genre - Romance, Drama, Sci-fi
  • Director - Gennadiy Kazanskiy
  • Starring -
    Vladimir Korenev, Anastasiya Vertinskaya, Nikolai Simonov, Vladlen Davydov, Mikhail Kozakov
  • Poster title - Человек-Амфибия
  • Designer - Unknown artist
  • Dimensions- 23" x 16"
  • Condition -
    Near mint. Unfolded, paper loss at the top right corner, small tear at the center of the right edge.

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