1982 US 30x40 30x40" (76x102cm)

Artist: Struzan, Drew (1947-)

Grade: Very Fine to Near Mint


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Poster title: Thing

Artist: Struzan, Drew (1947-)

Poster Year: 1982

Poster Origin: US

Size: 30x40  30x40"  (76x102cm)

Film title: Thing

Film Year: 1982

Film Origin: USA

Film Directors: John Carpenter

Film Actors: Kurt RussellWilford BrimleyT.K. CarterDavid Clennon

Film Genres: Horror| Sci-Fi

Film Plot: It's the first week of winter in 1982. An American Research Base is greeted by an alien force, that can assimilate anything it touches. It's up to the members to stay alive, and be sure of who is human, and who has become one of the Things.

Categories: AuteurBold ColorsClassicsCultFilmRemarkably Rolled

Keywords: 1980salienAntarcticabluedogduo-toneicemonstersnow

Grade: C8-C9  Very Fine to Near Mint. Rolled, single-sided. Completely unused poster with only the most minimal handling/edge/surface wear. Would grade even higher if not for the slightest compression mark in the credit area.

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Price: $850

John Carpenter’s The Thing (1982) is easily one of, if not the greatest modern horror film! It is based on the 1938 novel, Who Goes There?, by John W. Campbell and was also clearly heavily influenced by the 1951 Howard Hawks production, The Thing from Another World. The films/book explores what alien life might really look like–and no, there are no cute cuddly E.T. creatures in this film! In Carpenter’s version the creature is a shapeshifting monstrosity that is hell bent on infecting and replacing every organism it encounters.

The original Thing art is courtesy of the great Drew Struzan and is hugely collectible. This particular format, the US 30×40 drive-in poster, is especially rare as they were printed in much lower numbers than the 1-sheet and the thick cardstock it’s printed on is easily damaged. There are few copies floating around that are in this nice of condition!

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