/ 20th Century Fox 1977 Actual Print Year Of This Bootleg Is Disputed – 70s? “STAR WARS” Starring Alec Guinness, Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Peter Cushing The First / Original Bootleg, a. Hair On Belt “Reprint, ” Theatrical One-Sheet Poster Style A, Tom Jung Artwork, 77/21-0 This is the poster that fooled so many of us in the 80s – a batch of Style As were secretly printed using the original printing plates, only the browns came out warmer this time around and there is now a “hair” touching Luke’s belt. So here is a poster that is very close to the first printing in so many ways, but many people feel the colors are actually superior on this one to the original! If You’d Like One For Much Less To Display, Get Signed, etc. , Then This Is Your Best Bet! Rolled – No Rips Or Holes – Never Hung Or Displayed Measures 27″ x 41″ In Great, Near Mint Condition With Beautiful Color (There Is Some Subtle Rippling To Paper At The Top, Most Of Which Will Nicely Frame Out). Please Read On For An In-Depth Description And Important Info Below.. The poster you see in this listing is the exact one you will receive as no stock photos are used. Th is SW: Episode IV: A New Hope movie poster (before the ANH designation, of course) was originally produced in 1977 for the film’s initial release to theaters. This particular printing – either in the late 70s to early 80s – has been touted by many as the “unofficial second printing, ” “first bootleg, ” or “hairy bootleg” (more on that later). What this means is that no matter what you call it, it is not an actual release from Fox, but rather a poster printed by someone who actually had access to the original printing plates. Assuming the original printer had retained the plates, this was likely printed using the same machine that printed the originals. Although the print quality is top notch, there are some differences that separate it from an original. Second, the colors are warmer than the original, namely to the browns. Many feel that the colors are actually better on the reprint than the orignal (but you be the judge). Lastly, a couple small hairs found their way onto the printing plate, and one can be found touching Luke’s belt, and another tiny one on Leia’s thigh. Neither is all that noticeable under normal viewing, but a close-up pic is provided to show the one near/on Luke’s belt. The poster itself is in near mint condition. There is only a little bit of rippling to the paper at the top of the poster, but most of this anomaly will frame out. This is the perfect poster for a fan who doesn’t want to spend an arm and a leg on an original, or for someone who doesn’t want to ruin an original by getting it signed. The quality of this bootleg is unsurpassed by today’s mass-produced copies. Because it was printed using the original plates 30+ years ago, it still has that old, original poster look and feel, without the heavier paper or dark, muddy colors getting in the way of today’s prints (not to mention today’s smaller 27″ x 40″ size, too). And because this is a “vintage” printed bootleg, it has become collectible (and in a way, historical) in its own right. The poster has no holes or tears, and it was never hung or displayed. Please see the pics above to better appreciate, and b. E sure to check out my other listings as I have more vintage movie posters to offer (including more Star Wars)! This is from a pet and smoke free home. If you have any questions not answered above, feel free to send me a message. Thank you for your business! Get images that make Supersized seem small. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “27×41 STAR WARS 1977 Original’Hairy’ STYLE A One Sheet Theatrical Poster 77/210″ is in sale since Friday, November 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1970-79″. The seller is “keyser_soze!” and is located in Encino, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Size: 27″ x 41″
- Movie: Star Wars (1977)
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Object Type: Poster
- Industry: Movies