DescriptionReap the Wild Wind (Paramount, 1942). Insert (14" X 36").
Cecil B. DeMille directed this seafaring epic starring Ray Milland, John Wayne, and Paulette Goddard. The film takes place during the 1840s in the Florida Keys, with Goddard playing a feisty Southern belle. DeMille originally wanted Errol Flynn to play Captain Jack Stuart, but producer Jack Warner refused to loan him out, so the part went to Wayne in the end. Robert Preston and Susan Hayward co-star in this exciting romance, which features an underwater climax involving a giant squid - it doesn't get much more exciting than this, folks! Issues of note include a chip and a tear in the top right corner, smudging on the borders, a small hole and a corner bend in the top left, cloth tape on the reverse, and small tears in the borders. Despite these defects, this poster retains its impressive style, and is still stunning to look at. Rolled, Very Good/Fine.
Estimate: $600 - up.
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