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    Help! (United Artists, 1965). Door Panel Set of 4 (20" X 60"). Talk about the rarest of the rare! These door panels are some of the most incredibly rare of Beatles promotional items. Door panels, which were displayed in the press book, were rarely ordered by the theater owners as so few theaters really had a place to display them, and even if they did, they were somewhat expensive to purchase. A full set cost, at that time, a whopping $7.50 whereas a one sheet cost 15¢! Of the sets of these that were ordered in the film's initial showing, many of them were broken up and given away to the fans at the end of its run, one at a time. Single panels do infrequently appear! Offered here is the first set of complete panels that we have ever seen for this, the second of the Fab Four's feature films. This is their only film, by the way, in which a set of door panels was produced! This lovely rolled set has pinholes in the corners and some small tears in several of the corners. There was, at one time, some double face tape applied to the verso of all of the panels, but there is no bleed from the tape, only minor paper abrasion on the reverse. These panels are made of a heavier stock just like a 40" X 60" of that period. If you don't get this set now, you will be forever asking for "HELP!" to find them again! Rolled, Fine+.

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    July, 2008
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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