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Munster, Go Home RARE Original Vintage Three Sheet Movie Poster

$2,150.00

Antique Vintage Munsters Horror Movie Posters Memorabilia Collectibles Pictures For Sale
Munster, Go Home
Original Vintage Three Sheet Movie Theater Poster - RARE!
Starring Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis


 

Super Exciting RARE Munsters THREE SHEET !

Here’s a rarity you’re not likely to see again anytime in the near future.   An original Three Sheet for the 1966 Horror-Comedy classic “Munster, Go Home”.  Based on the iconic 1960s TV Sitcom.    And, while the one sheet appears on the market every now and them this elusive Three Sheet (based on our research) has only surfaced for sale two other times in the past 20 years.  Also, although this Three Sheet has similar artwork to the one sheet, the colors a graphics are far superior.   The last one sold recently at auction had substantial restoration and significantly faded colors (that are uncorrectable) .

This Original  gem has amazing bright colors and has been professionally linen backed.

 * See enlargeable images above and below


Munster, Go Home (Universal, 1966).  Three Sheet (41" X 79"). 
The TV show The Munsters, based on the Universal monsters, became so popular that in 1966 the series spun off a feature-length movie. As Herman (Frankenstein's monster), Fred Gwynne discovers he is the heir to Munster Hall in England and takes the whole family on a horrific and hilarious adventure.
Conceived initially as a made-for-TV film, Munster, Go Home was the first chance to see this clan of TV ghoulies in full color. The Munsters travel to England and meet up with various British character actors, including Terry-Thomas and Hermione Gingold, while the original Marilyn, Pat Priest, gets replaced by Debbie Watson.
Starring Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis, Butch Patrick, Debbie Watson, Terry-Thomas, Hermione Gingold, Robert Pine, John Carradine, Bernard Fox, Richard Dawson, Jeanne Arnold, and Maria Lennard. Directed by Earl Bellamy.

Note: Cvtreasures stamp Not on original