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Quiet Man Vintage Movie Poster One Sheet John Wayne RARE Versio

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Quiet Man, 1956
Original vintage vie poster
Starring John Wayne & Maureen O'Hara

Extremely are version of the one sheet movie poster for the 1956 re-release of Quiet Man.   As a matter of fact, I have never seen this particular artwork used for the 56 re-release in my 35 years collecting vintage movie posters.  This is the artwork that was used for the original 1951 release.  We have owned maybe 20 of the 1956 re-release posters and they ALL have the image of John Wayne carrying Maureen O'Hara.  This is the first time we have seen the "swinging" style used for the 56 release. Very good condition with some minor tears and splitting at the fold lines and a couple small tears at the border.  However, linen backing would resolve these minor issues and the poster would look amazing!

1956 Re-Release Vintage Theatrical Folded One-Sheet Movie Poster
The Quiet Man, the classic 1952 John Ford (Best Director Academy Award winner) Ireland romantic wedding courtship dowry comedy melodrama ("John Ford's Greatest Triumph"; "Produced by Merian C.Cooper"; "They call him the 'Quiet' Man-But There's the devil-to-pay when his fiery redhead decides to run things her way!"; nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award; "Story by Maurice Walsh"; about an American boxer who had been born in Ireland, and, after an accident in the ring causes him to retire from boxing, he returns to the tiny Irish town where he was born, hoping to quietly settle down, but he finds turbulent love, and much conflict) starring John Wayne (as Sean Thornton),  Maureen O'Hara (as Mary Kate Danaher), Barry Fitzgerald (as Michaeleen), Ward Bond (as Father Lonergan), Victor McLaglen (in his nominated for Best Supporting Actor Academy Award role; as Squire Danaher), Mildred Natwick (as The Widow Tillane), Francis Ford, Arthur Shields, Abbey Theatre Players, and "the Irish Players"

Note: Cvtreasures stamp NOT on original