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    It Came from Beneath the Sea (Columbia, 1955). Folded, Very Fine-. Italian Locandina (13" X 27.5") Alfredo Capitani Artwork.
    Grotesquely altered by radiation from a hydrogen bomb, a giant octopus (with only six tentacles) sets out to destroy San Francisco. Charles H. Schneer produced the film while special effects wizard Ray Harryhausen used his pioneering stop motion animation technique to lend credibility to the creature's terror. The pair would team up for several more successful projects including Earth vs. the Flying Saucers, The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad and Clash of the Titans. Making its first appearance at Heritage, with stunning artwork by Alfredo Capitani, this poster has some edge wear, mild creases, pinholes, or minute tears and chips. There are a few unobtrusive stains, and the locandina has printing in the imprint area.


    Estimate: $300 - $600.

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    Bidding Begins Approx.
    July
    3rd Friday
    Auction Dates
    July
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
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    28 Days
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