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Auction History Result

#074 CURSE OF THE PINK PANTHER 1/2sh 83 Niven

Date Sold 11/19/2002
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Original Vintage Theatrical Unfolded Half-Sheet Movie Poster (measures 22" x 28") (Learn More)

Blake Edwards' The Curse of the Pink Panther, the 1983 Blake Edwards U.S./English crime mystery spy espionage screwball comedy sequel ("He's been bombed, blasted and plugged in the parachute... Is this any way to welcome the World's Greatest Detective?") starring David Niven, Robert Wagner, Herbert Lom, Joanna Lumley, Capucine, Robert Loggia, Harvey Korman, Burt Kwouk, Ted Wass (billed as "introducing Ted Wass"), and Roger Moore. Note that this was Niven's last film. He knew he was dying from Lou Gehrig's Disease. Blake Edwards realized while watching the rushes that Niven was finding it very difficult to say his lines intelligibly due to the nature of the illness. In consideration of his feelings, Edwards said nothing, but when the film was released, the voice had been dubbed by mimic Rich Little.
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Condition: very good. There are minor creases and some light scuffs in the poster that aren't very distracting.. Note that this poster has never been folded! Most half-sheet posters were folded twice (once horizontally and once vertically) right off of the printing press. It is very difficult to find an unfolded copy of most half-sheets, especially from before 1970!
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