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A Man Called Sledge 1971 poster James Garner

A Man Called Sledge (1971)

Movie poster 70x100cm new condition NM original

Actors:

James Garner

Genre:

Western

Poster year:

1971Try it framed!
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Vintage poster from a movie theater 1971. Rare, most were thrown away. Great quality in paper and colors, nice to frame on your wall.
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