Contact ENG SVE

Movie posters Men of the Fighting Lady

Men of the Fighting Lady 1954 poster Van Johnson Andrew Marton

Men of the Fighting Lady (1954)

Flottans örnar

Movie poster 32x70cm nice condition FN original

Director:

Andrew Marton

Actors:

Van Johnson Walter Pidgeon

Printed in:

1954Try it framed!

Find more:

Planes 32x70cm
$13
1 for sale
1
Buy! Rating 4.0 stars
4.0 / 5 from 5 ratings
Vintage poster from a movie theater 1954. Rare, most were thrown away. Great quality in paper and colors, nice to frame on your wall.
Other posters you may like:
Green Fire 1955 poster Grace Kelly Andrew Marton
Green Fire (1955)
Movie poster 32x70cm new condition NM original
L O W Put in shopping basket $9
Eagles Over London 1969 poster Frederick Stafford
Eagles Over London (1969)
Movie poster 70x100cm new condition NM original 1971
Battleground 1949 poster Van Johnson William A Wellman
Battleground (1949)
Movie poster 70x100cm nice condition FN original 1950
The Enemy General 1960 poster Van Johnson George Sherman
The Enemy General (1960)
Movie poster 60x80 original
Viaggio in Italia 1954 poster Ingrid Bergman Roberto Rossellini
Viaggio in Italia (1954)
Movie poster 35x50cm Belgium nice condition FN original
Them 1954 poster James Whitmore Gordon Douglas
Them (1954)
Movie poster 70x100cm nice condition FN original 1969
N E W Put in shopping basket $125
The Miami Story 1954 poster Barry Sullivan Fred F Sears
The Miami Story (1954)
Movie poster 70x100cm nice condition FN original
8 on the Lam 1967 poster Bob Hope
8 on the Lam (1967)
Movie poster 70x100cm new condition NM original
POSTER SEARCH HINTS:
- find more filmposters with shorter words. Try only MEN or FIGHTING or LADY
- if you can´t find a movie title, try director´s name or movie star
- look in the alphabetical list with 10.000 artists, movie titles, years
- find vintage movie posters with boxing, spiders, documentaries, Film Noir, musicals + much more with our category page
- search examples: Clint Eastwood, James Bond, Walt Disney, Star Wars, posters from the 1930´s