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King Kong - 1976 - Half Subway


Product #: 14036
Year: 1976
Type: Poster
Attributes: Classic, Original
Sides: 1-sided
Size: 29.5 x 45

"THE MOST EXCITING ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE EVENT OF ALL TIME." This is an original movie poster from the 1976 remake of the classic film, "KING KONG". This poster is called a "Half Subway". Note that around this time, studios were creating "subway posters" for many releases, which were 45" x 60" horizontally-shaped posters that were glued up on walls all over New York City (hence the name "subway poster"). They also made these smaller "subway" posters which measure approximately half the size of a regular "subway" poster (usually around 29" x 45"), and look like a one-sheet, only bigger. They also have information about one or more specific New York theaters then-currently showing that movie. This particular poster is in near mint condition. Has a couple baby tears at the bottom that have been repaired on the reverse side with paper tape. Also note that this poster was folded at one time but has been laying flat for a long time and will be sent rolled in a tube.
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Movie Details

Genre(s): Horror Adventure Classic Film Monster New York City Monkey Remake Empire State Building World Trade Center Science Giant Animal Island
Actor(s): Jeff Bridges as Jack Prescott
Charles Grodin as Fred Wilson
Jessica Lange as Dwan
John Randolph as Captain Ross
Rene Auberjonois as Bagley
Julius Harris as Boan
Jack O'Halloran as Joe Perko
Dennis Fimple as Sunfish
Ed Lauter as Carnahan
Mario Gallo as Timmons
John Lone as Chinese Cook
Garry Walberg as Army General
John Agar as City Official
Rick Baker as King Kong
Corbin Bernsen as Reporter (uncredited)
Peter Cullen as King Kong (voice) (uncredited)
Joe Piscopo as Bit Part (uncredited)
Director(s): John Guillermin
Writer(s): James Ashmore Creelman (based on the {1933} screenplay) (as James Creelman) and
Ruth Rose (based on the {1933} screenplay)
Merian C. Cooper (from an idea conceived by) and
Edgar Wallace (from an idea conceived by)
Lorenzo Semple Jr. (screenplay)

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