The Magnificent Seven 1961 UK Quad Movie Poster


UK Quad


Release date 14 April 1961

Condition Very Good

Professionally Framed by our bespoke framing service

Comes with a BHP Collectibles COA

40 x 30 inches

Postage and Packaging Included in the UK

Please Contact us for worldwide shipping options

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    About This Piece

    Immerse yourself in the rich history of cinema with this original UK Quad movie poster from “The Magnificent Seven” (1961). Measuring a grand 40 x 30 inches, this poster is a testament to the enduring legacy of one of the most iconic Western films of all time.

    Despite its age, the poster remains in very good condition, bearing the fold lines that were characteristic of cinema posters in the past. These lines, a mark of authenticity, transport you back to the golden era of cinema, adding a touch of nostalgia to your collection.

    “The Magnificent Seven,” directed by John Sturges and featuring a memorable score by Elmer Bernstein, tells the story of seven gunfighters hired by Mexican peasants to liberate their village from merciless bandits. The film’s enduring appeal lies in its themes of bravery, camaraderie, and the ultimate triumph of good over evil.

    Beyond its cinematic significance, this poster is a true collector’s gem. It comes complete with a BHP Collectibles COA, assuring you of its authenticity and provenance. Whether you’re a devoted film enthusiast or a dedicated collector, this piece of history is a valuable addition to your collection.

    To showcase this remarkable poster to its fullest potential, we offer a bespoke framing service. Display it with pride and let it become the centrepiece of your cinematic memorabilia collection.

    As a special offer, we provide free postage and packaging within the UK, making it easier than ever to own this iconic UK Quad movie poster from “The Magnificent Seven.” For our international customers, we’re more than happy to discuss worldwide shipping options. Contact us today and bring home a piece of cinematic history that will be cherished for generations to come.

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