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    Creature From the Black Lagoon (Universal International, 1954). One Sheet (27" X 41"). This is the eerie tale of a prehistoric amphibious fish creature, who appears to be half fish and half man, that is discovered by a group of scientist while traveling along the unchartered regions of the Amazon river. The last of the great Universal Monsters, the Creature was a tremendous success in its day, and spawned two sequels. This poster is one of the rarest posters from the fifties. This linen mounted copy is in extraordinarily fine shape. Very Fine+ on Linen.

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    July, 2003
    15th-20th Tuesday-Sunday
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