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Auction History Result

6w122 ADVISE & CONSENT 6sh '62 Otto Preminger, classic Saul Bass Washington Capitol artwork!

Date Sold 4/23/2015
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Folded Six-Sheet Movie Poster (6sh; measures 81" x 81" [206 x 206 cm]) (Learn More)

Advise and Consent (released in other English-speaking countries as "Storm Over Washington"), the classic 1962 Otto Preminger political U.S. Senate campaigning behind-the-scenes-deal-making Washington D.C. Secretary-of-State-confirmation melodrama ("Are the men & women in Washington really like this?"; "Otto Preminger spotlights the men and women of Washington D.C.. on the record and off!"; "Based on the novel by Allen Drury"; about the wheeling and dealing that is necessary in order to have the Senate confirm a Presidential nominee for Secretary of State; the process is worse today than it was in 1962, but in this movie, there is the revelation that the nominee was once a member of the Communist party and lied about it under oath, and a Senator on the confirmation committee is a closet homosexual Mormon from Utah, and he commits suicide when he is confronted with blackmail!) starring Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton (in his final movie role), Don Murray, Walter Pidgeon, Peter Lawford, Gene Tierney, Franchot Tone, Lew Ayres, Burgess Meredith, Eddie Hodges, Paul Ford, George Grizzard, Inga Swenson, Paul McGrath, Edward Andrews, Will Geer, Betty White, Tom Helmore, Hillary Eaves, Rene Paul, Michele Montau, Paul Stevens, Russ Brown, and Malcolm Atterbury
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Artist: Saul Bass
Important Added Info: Note that this six-sheet was printed in 4 sections designed to overlap.

Condition: very good to fine. There is some darkening on the back of the part of the poster that was on the outside when it was fully folded (with a few tiny tears in part of one foldline), but it has little effect on the front, and otherwise, the poster is in nice condition.
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