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Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest 1986 - Original Russian Movie Poster

Absurdly rare vintage Soviet film poster with the portrait of Freddie Mercury. The poster was issued as part of the marketing campaign for the concert film of Queen's performance at the Népstadion in Budapest on 27 July 1986.

  • Original title -
    Varázslat - Queen Budapesten
  • Year / Country - 1986 / Hungary
  • Genre - Music
  • Director - János Zsombolyai
  • Starring -
    John Deacon, Brian May, Roger Taylor, Freddie Mercury
  • Poster title - Волшебство Queen в Будапеште
  • Designer - I. Maystrovsky
  • Condition -
    Very good. Unfolded, light edgewear.

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