Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), first East German release poster (1986)
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Artist: Schulz Ilabowski (dates unknown)
Unframed: 33 x 23 in. (84 x 58 cm)
This striking poster was designed solely for use in East Germany. Only five hundred were printed, many were destroyed, and it is therefore very rare.
This film was directed by Robert Wise, and stars William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley. It followed the successful television series, and the starship Enterprise across the galaxy and their encounter with an alien spacecraft.
Material of piece: Paper, backed on linen
Excellent condition, colours remaining very bright, very minor restoration to folds.
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Science Fiction Poster Art, Aurum Press Limited, 2003, p. 172