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DescriptionRevenge of the Jedi (20th Century Fox, 1982). Rolled, Very Fine/Near Mint. One Sheet (27" X 41") Dated Advance Style. Drew Struzan Artwork.
The third installment in the Star Wars trilogy was originally titled Revenge of the Jedi, until creator George Lucas realized that revenge was a concept that would be out of character for his chivalric knights. The title was changed to Return of the Jedi, but not before a a number of advance posters were released with the original title. As one of the few artifacts bearing this name, these posters are in high demand by Star Wars collectors worldwide. There were two versions of this poster printed, the dated and undated. This dated style shows only slight edge wear and soft creases. Rolled, Very Fine/Near Mint.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.
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