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    Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali (Cinerama, 1971). One Sheet (28" X 41").
    Cinerama Releasing put this fight film into theatres in 1971 and drummed up business exclaiming in large letters that it would be six months before the footage of the fight could be shown on television. It's a poster for one of the most anticipated events in sports history. There was such excitement that Life Magazine hired Frank Sinatra to photograph the fight, attended by a variety of public figures and celebrities including Woody Allen, Miles Davis, Diane Keaton, and Ethel Kennedy. There is light fold wear, slight creases, and a couple of stains in the left border. Folded, Very Fine-.


    Estimate: $600 - $1,200.

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