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    Red Beard (Toho, 1965). Polish One Sheet (22.75" x 32"). In Nineteenth Century Japan, the arrogant and proud Dr. Noboru Yasumoto (Yuzo Kayama), who has just graduated from medical school, is forced to work in the Koshikawa Clinic, a non-profit health facility ruled by Dr. Kyojio Niide (Toshir├┤ Mifune), a.k.a. "Red Beard." Red Beard is a good man, sentimental, but also very firm and strong; their personalities initially clash, but they eventually learn from each other. This evocative Polish one sheet features a stunning image of the great Mifune, with superb artwork by Wojciech Zamecznik. The poster has some edge wear, a small tear, and smudging in the left border, and some tape on the reverse, but still has a razor-sharp appearance and great color. Very Fine+.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    7th-8th Friday-Saturday
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