SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, 1954. Original Window Card (14” x 22” / 46 x 72 cm) starring Howard Keel and Jane Powell; co-starring Jeff Richards, Russ Tamblyn, and Tommy Rall. Directed by Stanley Donen; based loosely on the Stephen Vincent Benet story “Sobbin’ Women”. One of the best MGM musicals of the 1950’s, the story is set in 1850 Oregon on a ranch – a backwoodsman brings his new wife Milly home to his farm and his six other brothers realize they also want to have a wife. “MGM’s love-making musical”
This un-folded window card is in good original C7 condition, but does have some minor wear along the margin edges; a small stain in top center near margin, and a “snipe” at the top of the window card – appearing as writing in blue marker from the original theater the movie premiered at. The snipe is states the days the movie was scheduled to play, “El Rio / Sun. Mon. Tue.” This marker unfortunately cannot be removed, but we see it as part of the window card’s history. We can linen back this item for only $35 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 C7 – For Sale $125
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