DescriptionPinocchio (RKO, R-1954). One Sheet (27" X 41").
Based on the classic children's fable by Carlo Collodi, this was an ambitious production for the still-young Disney Studios. Although it was a box office disappointment upon its initial release, the film became a hit in later years, eventually earning distinction as a true animated classic. The picture won two Academy Awards, one for Best Original Score, and the other for Best Original Song (the immortal "When You Wish Upon a Star"), and continues to be popular with each new generation. Posters from this picture are extremely desirable. The one sheet offered here had fold wear with some crossfold separation, a small chip in the top right corner, a corner bend in the top left, and light edge chipping in the top border, but these slight flaws are barely noticeable thanks to the expert restoration that this poster has enjoyed. For anyone who is young - or young at heart - this is a poster you'll treasure forever. Very Fine- on Linen.
Estimate: $600 - up.
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