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DescriptionInvasion of the Saucer-Men (American International, 1957). Half Sheet (22" X 28") Albert Kallis Artwork.
This 1950s sci-fi alien invasion picture is pure fun from the start. With little green saucer men, designed by Paul Blaisdell, wreaking havoc across the countryside, it is up to the local teens to discover a unique way to destroy the invaders. Showcasing superb artwork by Albert Kallis, this half sheet is one of the most sought after by collectors of the genre. Prior to professional restoration, there was a horizontal fold separation, one pinhole each in the top and bottom borders, and a small surface scratch in the background. Very Fine- on Linen.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000.
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