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DescriptionAttack of the Crab Monsters (Allied Artists, 1957). Very Fine- on Linen. One Sheet (27" X 41").
Crabs with PhDs? Only the mind of creature-feature director Roger Corman could conceive of something this outrageous. This gem of a poster, always a favorite among collectors, features one of the dastardly genius crabs about to make the terrified but lovely Pamela Duncan a soft-shell crustacean delight. There has been touchup to fold wear, pinholes, and minor tears. There was a small chip in the top left corner and a paper lift in the bottom left corner. The upper border has been airbrushed. Very Fine- on Linen.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.
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