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    Cosa Nostra (1967)

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    • Film: Cosa Nostra, an Arch Enemy of the FBI (1967)
      Year poster printed: 1967
      Country: Italy
      Size: 39 in x 55 in (99 cm x 140 cm)
      Artist: Giuliano Nistri

      "The fiercest and deadliest war the FBI ever waged on the battlefields of crime"

      This is a rare, vintage Italian two-sheet movie poster from 1967 for the theatrical release of Cosa Nostra, an Arch Enemy of the FBI which was edited from the television series The FBI. The film stars Robert Duvall, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Susan Strasberg, and Telly Savalas. Don Medford directed the crime thriller and Giuliano Nistri created the art for this Italian poster.

      The "2 Fogli" movie poster measures an impressive 39” x 55”. This poster, like nearly all Italian one panel movie posters, was folded before being shipped to theaters for display. Most folds flatten out nicely for framing and are often desirable for vintage, collectible movie posters. The poster is in very good condition with fold and minor edge wear and spots of fold separation at the bottom-center fold.

      Please look closely at the photo (this is the exact poster you are buying). It is an authentic, original Italian movie poster printed in 1967 to promote initial theatrical release of Cosa Nostra.

      This collectible poster is not a reproduction or a reprint. The black squares in the corners of the poster are magnets and not pins.