ICELAND, 1942. Original 1 Sheet (27 x 41” / 69 x 104 cm) folded Movie Poster starring Sonja Henie, John Payne, and Jack Oakie. Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and produced by William LeBaron. A U.S. Marine is left in a state of culture shock after his attempt at flirting is misinterpreted as a marriage proposal to a beautiful native Icelandic girl. Upon realizing the predicament he put himself in, he enlists his friend to help him back paddle his way out of the looming nuptials. This poster features famous big band leader Sammy Kaye playing his clarinet.
This folded poster is in very good original C8 condition, but does have some slight color loss along some of the fold lines. There are three pinholes along the top edge of the poster and a small chip missing in the upper right corner. Linen Backing is available 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! Retouching the color along the fold lines is optional but included in the service. We linen back and frame all of our posters IN HOUSE at our studio in Katy, TX!
Condition C8 – For Sale $250
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