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Blob Original Vintage Movie Poster Window card Steve McQueen

$475.00

Original Vintage movie posters memorabilia collectibles for sale
The Blob, 1958
Original Vintage Movie Poster Window card (14x22")
Starring Steve McQueen
"In His First Starring Role"

 

 

A First for Cvtreasures. 

Rare Original Theater used window card movie poster for this first starring role for little known actor Steve McQueen
.  Poster is in good condition with some staining mostly around border edges, corner pinholes and theater writing at top blank area.  But, that just adds to the vintage look and history of this great piece!  Terrific vintage look !   This Window Card is actually More rare then the one sheet. 


* See enlargeable image above

The Blob (Paramount, 1958). Fine-. Window Card (14" X 22"). Science Fiction.
Starring Steve McQueen, Aneta Corsaut, Earl Rowe, Olin Howland, Alden 'Stephen' Chase, John Benson, George Karas, Lee Paton, Elbert Smith, Hugh Graham, Vincent Barbi, Audrey Metcalf, Jasper Deeter, Elinor Hammer, Pamela Curran, Kieth Almoney, Robert Fields, James Bonnet, and Anthony Franke. Directed by Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. and Russell S. Doughten Jr.    Very good condition with theater use and wear.    

Topping the list of 1950s creature features, this classic film stars a young "Steven" McQueen in his first starring role, battling a rapidly morphing glob of parasitic cosmic goo. Terror stricken humans flee the creature on this "must-have" for any '50s science fiction collector. 
An iconic 1950s sci-fi thriller, this teen flick was a favorite at the drive-ins, and its theme song "The Blob," written by a young Burt Bacharach, was an instant hit. Steve McQueen and girlfriend Aneta Corsaut hunt for a mysterious meteor that has landed in their town. The monster that comes out of the meteor terrorizes the townspeople and chases the teens into a diner for the final showdown, which is depicted on this panic-filled one sheet.

Note: Cvtreasures stamp not on original poster