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    The Sicilian Clan (CWF, 1973). Rolled, Very Fine. First Release Polish One Sheet (22.5" X 32.5") Marian Stachurski Artwork.
    Based on the novel of the same name by author Auguste Le Breton, The Sicilian Clan is a story about jewel thief Roger Sartet, played by Alain Delon, who joins up with a small, family-based Sicilian Mafia clan after they help him escape from police custody. This eye-catching Polish poster depicts the members of the clan as the five fingers of a single hand with patriarch Vittorio Manalese as the thumb, Startet as the index finger, and Manalese's sons and son-in-law as the rest of the digits. The poster displays light edge wear, minute tears, and some minor creases. Though it will be shipped rolled, the poster was previously folded, and it still has a soft horizontal fold and an even softer vertical fold. There are also a few faint scuffs in the background, and there are strips of cellophane tape on the verso.

    Estimate: $200 - $400.

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