"A Streetcar Named Desire" movie poster
 
 
 
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"A Streetcar Named Desire" movie poster
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Vivien Leigh literally claws the shirt off of Brando`s back on this sizzling banner-style [20" x 80"] movie poster for the 1951 blockbuster screen adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play for which he won his first Pulitzer Prize in 1948. Museum-quality conserved and beautifully framed in silver.

These enormous banner-style movie posters were created for drive-in theatres only and were obviously meant to attract people as they drove by in their automobiles. Drive-in banners are unique in the world of movie poster collecting with very few known to exist.
 
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Product ID 65
Category Art, Entertainment
Circa 1951
Condition fine; some minor blurring on some of the letters of the names of the actors Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando; the names are still entirely readable and this does not detract from the overall appearance of this magnificent poster
Length 80.00 in [203.20 cm]
Height 20.00 in [50.80 cm]
Price 2800.00
 
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