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Size: 20 cm x 25 cm (8 in x 10 in) (Unframed)
Size: 30.5 cm x 35.5 cm (12.25 in x 14 in) (Framed)
A guaranteed original and framed U.S. '8 x 10' publicity still from 1973 for director Guy Hamilton's "Live and Let Die", the eighth of the James Bond movies.
The film in which Roger Moore made his 007 debut! A fantastic movie, an incredible theme tune and a wonderful James Bond!
Based on Ian Fleming's 1954 novel, can the suave gentleman spy stop a Caribbean dictator from flooding the heroine market or will he be consumed by a world of gangsters and voodoo magic?
This amazing publicity still, showing Moore in the classic tuxedo with pistol (and perhaps as Bond for the very first time), would have been used for publicity during the film's 1973 release.
It is in fantastic condition and has been framed by us in a black ayous wood frame with an iced white mount, protective barrier board and acrylic glazing with high UV resistance. As our photos show, it will look fantastic on display!
We only sell guaranteed original movie posters. We do not sell reproductions.
Note: This movie still is priced framed. Photos showing 'in room' images are for illustration only. Please check our hi-res images and the sizing information shown above.