Condition: Very Good.
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Size: 69 cm x 104 cm (27 in x 41 in), plus linen border.
A guaranteed original one-sheet movie poster from 1973 for director Guy Hamilton's "Live and Let Die", the eighth of the James Bond movies.
With Roger Moore as the suave, action filled (but with one eyebrow raised) 007 and Jane Seymour as psychic 'Solitaire', the film is one of the best Bond's of the era. The brooding menace of Voodoo Man 'Tee Hee' and the fantastic speed boat chase being two particular highlights.
This amazing poster, certainly up there with the best, has stunning illustration by Robert McGinnis. It captures all that is good about a Bond film - action, glamour, sophistication and suspense, all wrapped up in a stunning design. It is one of our favourite movie posters.
The poster was originally issued folded. It has now been professionally linen-backed to aid conservation and handling. It displays extremely well, perhaps one of the best examples out there.
By the way, this poster is marked 'WEST HEMI' as it was produced for use in the Western Hemisphere. The film's producers, Saltzman and Broccoli could not agree who would get first billing, so agreed to split the world in two, with each taking first place in one half!
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Note: This movie poster is priced unframed. Photos showing framed and 'in room' images are for illustration only. Please check our hi-res images and the sizing information shown above.