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    It Conquered the World (American International, 1956). Folded, Very Fine/Near Mint. One Sheet (27" X 41") Albert Kallis Artwork.
    Directed by a young Roger Corman, It Conquered the World has lived on as one of the most memorable American futurism films influencing pop culture beyond its years. The one sheet offered here features artwork by Albert Kallis who was no doubt inspired by the unforgettable creature better known as "The Cucumber Critter" or "The Carrot Monster" famously designed by visual effects creator Paul Blaisdell. The poster is a quintessential display of classic American sci-fi imagery, and would no doubt make a spectacular statement piece for any genre collector! Not backed on linen, this highly desirable one sheet is rich in color with very little restoration needed to address minimal fold wear.

    Estimate: $500 - $1,000.

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