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    Invasion of the Saucer-Men (American International, 1957). Poster (40" X 60") Albert Kallis Artwork.
    Overflowing with campy fun from start to finish, these bug-eyed, cabbage-headed creations of makeup man Paul Blaisdell - who also brought The She-Creature to life - invaded drive-in theatres across America en masse during the summer of '57. Among the cast was a pre-Batman Riddler Frank Gorshin, and Gloria Castillo, who would later star in the memorable prison film, Reform School Girls. The poster itself, boasting artwork by Albert Kallis, is one of the most desirable of the entire 1950s sci-fi genre. This highly collectible classic displays edge wear with small tears, pinholes, creasing into the interior, a minor bottom right corner chip, and toning at the top. In the image are a few torn staple holes, and there is staining and smudging in the borders and interior. Rolled, Fine+.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2018
    28th-29th Saturday-Sunday
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