USA The Phantom Menace Version "A" 3D Lenticular One-Sheet

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USA The Phantom Menace Version "A" 3D Lenticular One-Sheet
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Other Info: With only 100 copies produced for the film's release, this single-sided three-dimensional lenticular poster looks awesome from any angle. (However, it can be damaged easily and it is not able to be rolled up.) The views of the poster change based on the lighting conditions and/or angles that the viewer gazes at the poster. Lenticular printing combines a clear plastic lens front layer with a printed backing layer that creates a stunning 3D effect visibly without the need to wear any glasses. This one-sheet has the globally used digital graphic illustration for the re-release of The Phantom Menace in 3-D. Darth Maul is the centerpiece character of this poster and he is holding his double-bladed red lightsaber. He is surrounded by Obi-wan Kenobi, Master Yoda, and R2-D2. An opaque Darth Sidious (Emperor Palpatine) is located on the cloudy background left-hand side, with the Episode I logo, in white, placed across the bottom of the montage. The Boonta Eve Classic Podracers are hurling across the bottom front top layer of the graphic and the Tatooine landscape is beyond them. The main collage drawing is surrounded by a wide black border, with the tagline, "See it on the Big Screen" across the top in white lettering. The cast, credits, www.starwars.com URL, Lucasfilm Ltd., and 20th Century Fox emblems are placed at the bottom of the poster along with the Dolby Digital, Digital DTS Sound, THX, and PG rating box. Also, in the bottom center area is the release date that corresponds to the release of the film in the various countries along with the different formats the film could be viewed in. Tag version info - Version A / Printed in U.S.A. (United States - February 10 - In RealD 3D, Digital 3D and Select 2D Theaters)

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