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The blue Max [picture] : there was no quiet on the Western Front!
Bib ID 5017910
Format PicturePicture
Author
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
 
Description Sydney : Robert Burton Pty Ltd., [ca. 1966] 
1 poster : col. Ill ; 76 x 34 cm. 
Summary

Main illustration is of a mid-air battle, with a man operating machine guns in a red plane in the foreground. Two other illustrations are below - one are of a man an a woman with a glass of wine, and another of man in an Air Force uniform.

Notes

"20th Century-Fox presents George Peppard, James Mason, Ursula Andress ...".

At foot: Robert Burton Pty Ltd Sydney.

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Related Material Papers of C.S. Hertz, 1877-1973 available through Manuscript Section. 
Subjects Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation -- Posters.  |  World War 1939-1945 -- Posters.  |  Australia -- Posters.
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