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Original "The Honeymoon Machine" U. S. 1-sheet movie poster

1961

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Honeymoon Machine, original 1 sheet U. S. theater poster; acid-free archival linen backed; this poster is ready to frame. Very fine condition with original theater-issued fold marks restored. Bright and clean, NO paper loss, no tears. Professionally linen backed on acid-free backing. Very good condition. Original fold marks restored. Orignal movie poster 61/227. Comedy starring Steve McQueen. This film would be considered ‘family fare’ by today’s standards but back in ‘61, it was pretty racy stuff. Cast: Steve McQueen ... Lt. Ferguson 'Fergie' Howard Brigid Bazlen ... Julie Fitch Jim Hutton ... Jason Eldridge Paula Prentiss ... Pam Dunstan Dean Jagger ... Admiral Fitch Jack Weston ... Signalman Burford Taylor Jack Mullaney ... Lt. Beauregard 'Beau' Gilliam Marcel Hillaire ... Inspector of casino games Ben Astar ... Russian consul William Lanteau ... Tommy Dane Ken Lynch ... Capt. James Angle Simon Scott ... Capt. Harvey Adam This Honeymoon Machine is a genuine 27" x 41" U.S. one-sheet ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTER issued by the studio when the film was released and meant for theatrical display. Based on the play The Golden Fleecing by Lorenzo Semple, Jr. FREE Continental USA shipping.
  • Creation Year:
    1961
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 41 in (104.14 cm)Width: 27 in (68.58 cm)Depth: 0.05 in (1.27 mm)
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  • Condition:
    Original vintage poster in excellent condition with archival linen backing, ready to frame. Certificate of Authenticity with an embedded image of the poster. Vintage poster condition and quality affect the value of art. #vintageposters.
  • Gallery Location:
    Spokane, WA
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: 111331stDibs: LU1404213870782

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