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    Hercules in New York (RAF, 1970). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Before he was the Governator, Arnold Schwarzenegger was... Hercules! This was Arnold's film debut, although all his lines were dubbed in post production to remove his accent, as well as the first film for funnyman John Candy in an uncredited role. Schwarzenegger is billed as "Arnold Strong" for the American release of this sword & sandal classic, which features a thrill-a-minute fight between Arnold and a guy in a bear suit in the middle of Central Park. The only flaw we can detect in this one sheet is a small tear at the bottom center fold line, making this the nicest copy of this exciting sheet you're ever likely to see. Posters for this title are very rare, and hotly desired by Schwarzenegger's legion of fans. Near Mint+.

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    November, 2007
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