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    Disneyland "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" Park Attraction Poster (Walt Disney, 1955). "See the giant squid!" says this hard-to-find rare hand-pulled silk screened Disneyland Park attraction poster for "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" exhibit. This was located in Tomorrowland, a walk-through exhibit that had artifacts from the 1954 live-action hit movie of the same name. The artist behind this poster was Bjorn Aronson. Vibrant, almost DayGlo-like colors adorn this poster. This attraction was open for 11 years, finally closing in 1966. The poster can be seen on page 92 in the book The Poster Art of Disney Parks by Danny Handke and Vanessa Hunt. Poster is 36" x 54" and comes rolled. Minor handling, edge wear and tear, with small corner dings. Very Good condition.

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    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
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