DescriptionTwelve O'Clock High (20th Century Fox, 1949). Italian 2 - Folio (39" X 55").
Gregory Peck commands the 918th Bombardment Group and shows no mercy towards the men he sends into battle. Peck slowly comes to realize that a commander has to be sympathetic to his men in order to lead them in this, one of the best films about World War II. This Italian poster features artwork by Capitani and depicts a wonderful portrait of Peck. The poster had chips out of the upper two corners and some very slight chipping along the vertical fold line. All of these issues have been addressed and the poster now appears very clean. Fine+ on Linen.
Estimate: $1,500 - up.
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