GOODFELLAS, 1990. Original gangster unfolded double sided 1 sheet (27 x 40 1/2”) theatrical movie poster for sale starring; Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci director Martin Scorsese and writer Nicholas Pileggi . Posters made after 1990 typically are exactly 27 x 40 but strangely this poster measures a bit larger. These posters were printed this way as all known originals have this size. It is also double sided meaning it was printed on both sides for use in a light box. The film needs little introduction as it is considered one of the best gangster movies of all time! It won 1 Oscar and was nominated for 37 other awards and won 38 in addition to the Oscar!
A very nice clean rolled example of this desirable poster. Slight scuffing along the edges of this full bleed image, though nothing that could not be easily remedied with linen backing. We can linen back this poster for an additional $80 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
Condition C7 – For Sale $525 Rolled
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