Circa 1954 “Via Padova, 46” Litho Movie Poster


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Circa 1954 “Via Padova, 46” Litho Movie Poster. “Lo Scocciatore ” Via Padova that translates to “The Nuisance in Padova 46. This film is about a woman that gets murdered. Giorgio Bianchi was an Italian film director and actor. He made a handful of movies however was most known for Cronaca Mera, Count Max, and La Maestrina. This wonderful rare first release poster is a great addition for anyone who is a fanatic of classic Italian cinema films. The poster comes in a wooden frame that can be easily painted a different color to one’s liking and with a UV acrylic to protect the actual poster from sun damage. Came from a movie theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Weight 20 lbs
Dimensions L 1 x W 31.5 x H 45 in
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Wood / UV acrylic / Paper/ Litho Graph


No sun damage is done to the poster. You can see the lines of how the poster was originally folded. Has small slight tears. On two of the tiny tears, they put tape and then took it off. The wooden frame has some scratches.

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