FEMALE ON THE BEACH, 1955. Original Style A Half Sheet (22” x 28” / 72 x 92 cm) rolled movie poster starring Joan Crawford, Jeff Chandler and Jan Sterling. Directed by Joseph Pevney this crime drama pitches Crawford, a recent widower in the middle of an unsolved murder at the beach owned by her deceased husband. Meanwhile her seductive neighbor proves too irresistible and she falls in love with him only to suspect he was the murder. “She was Too Hungry For Love…to care where she found it!”
This rolled poster is in very good C8 condition with very bright colors. Light wrinkling along the edges of the margins is evident. We can linen back this poster for an additional $60 upon request or by adding the service to your shopping cart below. We linen back posters in house, please allow a week for this service to be completed. For more information on linen backing please click here
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Condition C8. For Sale $150 Rolled
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To see this poster and others visit our gallery the Limited Edition in Historic downtown Katy, Texas. Providing poster sales, Linen Backing, Restoration and Framing services to the Houston, San Antonio, Austin and Dallas