Agente 007 Licenza di Uccidere
1971 Italian 4-foglio 55x78" (140x200cm)
Grade: Very Fine
English title: Dr. No
Poster title: Agente 007 Licenza di Uccidere
Poster Year: 1971
Poster Origin: Italian
Film title: Dr. No
Film Year: 1962
Film Origin: UK
Film Directors: Terence Young
Film Plot: A resourceful British government agent seeks answers in a case involving the disappearance of a colleague and the disruption of the American space program.
Grade: C8 Very Fine. Folded, single-sided. Top C8: Unused poster in very nice condition, some tanning along the folds, no cross fold separation, some light wrinkling of the paper in the upper right. Bottom C8: Unused poster, light tanning along the fold lines, very tiny separation at the cross folds, tiny corner bend and some edge wear in the lower right.
Framing: List prices are for posters only. Please inquire to discuss framing options.
Dr. No is the film that started it all — introducing the world to not only the suave super spy character, James Bond, but also to Sean Connery who would go on to play him in five more films. Exotic locales, dangerous women, ruthless villains — this is how legends are born and Dr. No had them all. Despite being produced on a low budget and receiving only mixed reviews upon release, the Bond juggernaut was released and went on to conquer box offices for decades to come. And how can we forget Ursula Andress as the first “Bond girl,” Honey Ryder, in that memorable scene of her coming out of the surf. Underneath the mango tree indeed!
This Italian poster captures all that’s awesome about Bond in a simple, yet bold fashion. Suave spy in tuxedo with a gun and a smirk? Check. Sexy bond girl who is also ready for a fight? Double check! This huge Italian 4-foglio poster features both characters life-size and would make quite a statement in any room!