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Carolina Blues (1944) Original U.S. Six-Sheet Movie Poster 81x81

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Carolina Blues (1944) Original U.S. Six-Sheet Movie Poster 81x81

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Product description

U.S. six sheet for the Columbia Picture CAROLINA BLUES (1944.) Famous swing band leader Kay Kyser (and his College of Musical Knowledge) appeared in several films. This was the last film he made, and he joined Texas dance sensation Ann Miller in this World War II era romp. The poster is unmounted and in very fine condition. Six-sheets are oversized, large posters comprised of four different panels which are joined together to present as one poster. Be sure you have room for this one!! MovieArt Austin guarantees that this poster is an authentic U.S. six-sheet poster for this film. MovieArt Austin will sell no reproductions

Carolina Blues (1944) Original U.S. Six-Sheet Movie Poster 81x81

 

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