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Spellbound 1945 poster Ingrid Bergman Alfred Hitchcock

Spellbound (1945)

Trollbunden

Movie poster 50x70 original N E W

Director:

Alfred Hitchcock

Actors:

Ingrid Bergman Gregory Peck Michael Chekhov

Printed in:

1945Try it framed!

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Vintage poster from a movie theater 1945. Rare, only a few were saved. Great quality in paper and colors, nice to frame on your wall.
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