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    Liston vs. Clay (20th Century Fox, 1964). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Cassius Clay, the brash, loud-mouthed "Louisville Lip," not only claimed he would beat Sonny Liston for the title, but also knock him out by the eighth round. Not many people gave the 7-to-1 odds underdog Clay a chance, but he proved them wrong and a legend was born. This poster is for the theater-released, filmed replay of the fight. There is faint tape residue under "Fight Pictures, " and a horizontal crease in the top section. Fine/Very Fine.


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    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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