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The Lost Weekend 1946 poster Ray Milland Billy Wilder

The Lost Weekend (1946)

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Movie poster 70x100cm nice condition FN original

Director:

Billy Wilder

Actors:

Ray Milland Jane Wyman

Printed in:

1946Try it framed!

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Best Picture winner
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Vintage poster from a movie theater 1946. Rare, only a few were saved. Great quality in paper and colors, nice to frame on your wall.
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