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    Popeye (Paramount, 1950). Stock One Sheet (27" X 41"). Until 1950, all of Paramount's cartoon one sheets were printed in duotone colors. This was the first one sheet to depict the lovable sailor in full color along with Olive Oyl and Popeye's long time rival, Bluto. There are pinholes in the backround and in Popeye, edge wear with small tears, fold wear with cross fold separation, a tear on the bottom vertical fold and wrinkling on the borders. Fine+.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2007
    30th-31st Friday-Saturday
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