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    E.T. The Extraterrestrial (Universal, 1982). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Stephen Spielberg's film serves as a litmus test for all potential fans and detractors of the director. Does shooting the film from the eye-level of a child help the viewer to connect with Elliot and E.T., or does it smack of a cheap sentimental ploy? Does the Reese's and "Star Wars" product placement make the movie more timely and relevant, or is it a distraction that only serves to line the studio's pockets? Is the poster of Elliot and E.T. flying through the moon-filled sky a wondrous celebration of childhood possibility, or... oh, who does not like this poster? Mistakenly referred to as the Style B one sheet by some, Spielberg supposedly had this poster printed for the cast and crew before the film's release. True or not, this rolled poster features the most indelible image from the film, one Spielberg liked so much that he used as the logo for his production company, Amblin, and finding an original with this iconic design -- especially in nearly flawless condition such as this -- is rare. Near Mint/Mint.

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    November, 2005
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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