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    Goldfinger (United Artists, 1964). Fine+ on Paper. Half Sheet (22" X 28").
    By 1964, and after the huge success of Dr. No and From Russia With Love, the James Bond films had established themselves as the biggest sensation of the 1960s. The cold war era was still scaring people everywhere and it was easy to believe that spies would be our salvation. Many feel that Goldfinger is the best film in the entire series, that Sean Connery was the best actor to portray Bond and that this poster, is the best created for the film. Primarily because it captures the look and feel of the iconic James Bond opening credits. The poster was folded prior to restoration, and touchup has addressed some color fading. The black background has been airbrushed.

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