FORREST GUMP, Original Rolled Tom Hanks Teaser Movie Poster

FORREST GUMP, 1994. Original 1 Sheet (27 x 40” / 89 x 131 cm) rolled Movie Poster starring oscar-winning Tom Hanks; Directed by Robert Zemeckis; original novel by Winston Groom. “Stupid is as stupid does,” Forrest Gump says as he makes small talk with a stranger while waiting for a bus. Gump is a simple man with a low I.Q., but lives a charmed life with good intentions. We follow him through his life events of the second half of the 20th century: army service in Vietnam, winning medals, teaches Elvis Presley how to dance, meets John F. Kennedy, donates to people, inspires people to jog, makes new friends Dan and Bubba, and many more adventures. All Forrest wants though is his childhood friend and true love Jenny Curran, who has messed up her life and eludes him. “The world will never be the same once you’ve seen it through the eyes of Forrest Gump.”

This rolled poster is in very good/fine C9 condition that has never been folded, has no pin holes in the corners – only light wear along margin edges. We can easily linen back this poster to keep it in its fine condition and protect the all-white background from creasing in the future. We offer this service for an additional $80 upon request or by adding the service to your cart below. This would produce a flat, backed poster that’s ready to display! Want to frame this poster as well? We also offer many varieties of framing options for our customers to choose from! We linen back and frame all of our posters IN HOUSE at our studio in Katy, TX!

Condition C9 – Sold $225 Linen Backed

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