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    Forbidden Planet (MGM, 1956). Fine on Linen. Argentinean One Sheet (28.5" X 42.5").
    Robby the Robot stars in this full color spectacular from MGM about a Professor and his daughter that are stranded on a planet while studying an extinct race called the Krells. What sets this film apart from so many of the other science fiction pictures of the 1950's was the superior script, the high-quality production and the flawless special effects! Touchup has been applied to the folds, pinholes, and a few small chips and tears. The white background at the bottom has been airbrushed. The poster's borders had been trimmed to the edges of the image and the bottom of the credits. This has been partially replaced by 0.5" on the borders and sides and by 1" at the top. This Argentinean one sheet is a Heritage first-time release.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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