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    The Crawling Eye (DCA, 1958). Insert (14" X 36").
    Though Forrest Tucker is mostly known for his character in F-Troop, he had a chance to show his acting chops on a more serious level in this under-rated sci-fi gem. Through the years, many fans have argued how much The Crawling Eye has been imitated, and in some cases practically duplicated, by recent bigger budget films. Even John Carpenter went on record saying this film was a big inspiration for his 1980 film The Fog. If the wild imagery on the poster isn't enough to grab you, we don't know what is! There is a small tear and small stain in the lower left border, some corner bumps, some edge wear on the left border, and an additional fold. But make no mistake, the impact of this poster's art is unaffected, and its boldness isn't compromised in the least. Folded, Fine/Very Fine.


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