Aeropuerto 1975, Airport 1975 Movie Placard, Spanish Language, Vintage Movie Ephemera, George Kennedy, Disaster Movie Memorabilia

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This is a great piece of movie ephemera - a theater placard for the movie Airport 1975, but in Spanish. Aeropuerto 1975. This placard has a scene with one of the best known stars of the 70's, George Kennedy. Here's he's headed out preparing to meet the doomed plane while trying to fend off some reporters. Printed on poster paper and with a few pin holes in the corners from posting, very minor wear along the edges. Still bright and glossy. Unique and unusual home decor once framed. 13.75" x 11" in size.



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