MELROSE LOS ANGELES MOVIE THEATER COMING ATTRACTION BROADSIDE POSTER CIRCA 1941 FOR “DIVE BOMBER” DIRECTED BY MICHAEL CURTIZ

MELROSE LOS ANGELES MOVIE THEATER COMING ATTRACTION BROADSIDE POSTER CIRCA 1941 FOR “DIVE BOMBER” DIRECTED BY MICHAEL CURTIZ

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MELROSE LOS ANGELES MOVIE THEATER COMING ATTRACTION BROADSIDE POSTER CIRCA 1941 FOR “DIVE BOMBER”, DIRECTED BY MICHAEL CURTIZ

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Offered for your consideration is this rare Melrose Los Angeles Movie Theater Coming Attraction “BROADSIDE” Poster Circa 1941 For “Dive Bomber” Directed By Michael Curtiz.

We have never seen one of these “Broadside” theater produced Coming Attraction Program Posters on the market as they were usually discarded after that week of program shows was completed.

So this piece is a true survivor from 1941 and from the historic Melrose Theatre in Los Angeles on Melrose Avenue.

This “Broadside” artifact dates back to 1941 when the “Dive Bomber” film was released. Appears to be letterpress printed by the Melrose Theatre and not any studio, on a simple card stock and made by the Melrose Theatre.

It measures approximately 18″x24″ and is in an old plexi simple box frame.

Excellent original condition but would benefit from a careful reframing.

When “Dive Bomber” hit the theaters in 1941, Americans already sensed that the U.S. would be plunged into World War II action.

No one knew how and when war would come.

But everyone knew they had to be ready.

“Dive Bomber” is a stirring and authentic Technicolor tale about getting for war.

Michael Curtiz, of Casablanca fame, directs from a script co-written by aviation pioneer Frank Wead.

Appearing in this film is the USS Enterprise, the nations most decorated World War II ship.

A new DVD of this film is included with the purchase.

A wonderful and rare broadside poster artifact of: 1941, The Melrose Theatre and a great Michael Curtiz film.

Measures 18″ x 24″

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