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DescriptionThe Day the Earth Stood Still (20th Century Fox, 1951). Fine/Very Fine. Uncut Pressbook (24 Pages, 14" X 18") with Herald.
Based on the Harry Bates story "Farewell to the Master" (in which Gort, rather than Klaatu, was the commander of the expedition), The Day the Earth Stood Still is considered to be one of the finest science fiction films ever produced. The pressbook shows edge and spine wear, some spine separations, small tears, and minor chips. There is also a soft crease as well as mild stains and smudges. The covers have a couple pieces of cellophane tape at the spine, in addition to a few pieces of archival tape bracing tears. Fine/Very Fine.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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