The Cobra & Other Lot (Italian International, 1967). Folde...
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DescriptionThe Cobra & Other Lot (Italian International, 1967). Folded, Overall: Fine/Very Fine. Italian Locandinas (5) (13" X 27.5") Rinaldo Geleng Artwork. Crime.
Starring Dana Andrews, Anita Ekberg, Peter Martell, aka Pietro Martellanza, Elisa Montes, Jesus Puente, Peter Dane, Luciana Vincenzi, and Guido Lollobrigida. Directed by Mario Sequi. Included with The Cobra are Italian locandinas for Deadly Sweet (Rank Film, 1967), Doberman Gang (Titanus, 1972), Why Does One Kill a Magistrate? (Cineriz, 1974), and Brute and the Beast (Panta, 1966). Unrestored locandinas that display signs of use. May include light edge and fold wear, slight fold separations, small chips and tears, faint toning, minor creases, studio number punches, or unobtrusive stains and smudges. Artwork for Deadly Sweet by Tino Avelli. Artwork for Why Does One Kill a Magistrate? by Angelo Cesselon. Artwork for Brute and the Beast by Sandro Symeoni.
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