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DescriptionThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Bryanston, 1974). Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14").
If there was ever a horror film that deserved cult status, this is it! When The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was first released in 1974 the picture caused such a sensation that it soon became the highest grossing independent film at the box office. The film is such a classic that a copy is kept at New York's Museum of Modern Art. Certainly there is no other cinematic experience quite like it, a fact that can be celebrated with this fright-filled lobby card set full of blood and thunder. These cards are in excellent condition, showing only slight creases, corner bends, pinholes, and a few unobtrusive stains. Very Fine.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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