Trading Places, 1983. Original 1 Sheet (27 x 41” / 89 x 135 cm) folded Movie Poster starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd and directed by John Landis An argument over whether a person’s environment or connections and family fortune best determines their success in life is put to the test when businessman Louis Winthorpe bumps into street hustler Billy Ray Valentine, and they find themselves in the life of the other. “They’re not just getting rich… they’re getting even.” “Some very funny business.”
Some very minor creases, and fold lines are visible. Poster is in very good condition with little to no marks. Linen-backing process can flatten out creases and fold lines completely.
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Condition C8 – For Sale $175 folded
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