Enter the Dragon (Warner Bros., 1973). Fine/Very Fine on L...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionEnter the Dragon (Warner Bros., 1973). Fine/Very Fine on Linen. Full Bleed British Quad (30" X 40"). Bob Peak Artwork.
In what was martial arts sensation Bruce Lee's final film (and his first made as a US-Hong Kong Production), he gave his best performance and also demonstrated some of the best martial arts fights ever choreographed for the screen. The film has attained a legendary/ cult status and its posters are in high demand. This wonderful poster was professionally conserved with touchup to the folds as well as pinholes and small corner chips and a tape stain in the upper border. There was airbrush work around all of the outer borders with other small touchup within the image. The poster displays very well.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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