USA Star Wars Style "A" Seven-Sheet

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USA Star Wars Style "A" Seven-Sheet
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Other Info: This seven-sheet poster was printed in four sections, to be put together and pasted up in an area such as in a mall, on a large wall, or some other venue where the public might see it. This particular poster was used in the Burbank airport in the Continental Airlines wing. It contains the traditional Thomas Jung style "A" artwork and it sort of resembles the six-sheet version, except there are no credits and the Star Wars logo layout, PG Rating, etc. are different at the bottom of the poster. Less than five or six copies of this large poster are still known to exist. These large posters were displayed around the Los Angeles area by the LA Ad Art Company. Huge seven-sheet posters originally began showing up in the mid to late 1970's during an experimental advertising stage and were often confused with six-sheets. They were only used for a short time and then the size format was discontinued. Only a handful of movies ever got the seven-sheet treatment.

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