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    Norman Maurer Three Stooges Meet Hercules Movie Poster Original Art (1959). Moe, Larry, and Curly Joe meet Hercules in this multi-layered work of art that would be used as the official movie poster released by Columbia in 1962. Artist Norman Maurer co-wrote this story and was married to Moe's daughter, and would write two more of The Stooges' films. Also included is a black and white movie still photo. Created in mixed media on illustration board that is affixed to a larger board with an edge to edge image area of 13.5" x 15". There is light toning, and mild handling and edge wear. Signed and dated in lower right by Maurer. In Excellent condition.

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