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Porky's II: The Next Day, Porky's 2 Movie Poster

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Original Folded, Single Sided Film Poster as used in theaters to advertise and promote the movie titled Porky's II: The Next Day, Porky's 2 from 1983.
This poster is in NEAR MINT condition from USA - America, size: 27x40/41 inch - 70x105 cm - USA / American Movie Poster - One Sheet (1-Sheet / 1Sheet).


Description, condition and details:
Poster has various very minor imperfections. Classic sex comedy. More tomfoolery about teenage sex drives, Shakespeare, fat high school teachers, the Ku Klux Klan, and streaking in the Florida high school where it all began.

Movie posters are also known as Locandine/Locandina or Manifesti/Manifesto in Italy, as Carteles in Spain, as Kinoplakat/Plakate/Filmplakate in Germany and as Affiches in Belgium and France.

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Porky's II: The Next Day, Porky's 2 Movie Poster

SKU
USA05

Starring the following cast of actors/actresses:
Bill Wiley, Dan Monahan, Wyatt Knight, Cyril O'Reilly, Roger Wilson, Tony Ganios, Mark Herrier, Scott Colomby, Kaki Hunter, Nancy Parsons, Eric Christmas, Art Hindle
Directed by Director(s):
Bob Clark
AKA, Also Known As, Working Title, Alternative Title, Foreign Title, Informal Title:
Porky's II The Next Day, Porky's 2: The Next Day, Porky's 2 The Next Day, Porky's part 2
Plot, Summary, Synopsis, Story, Script, Novel:
The naughty high schoolers of Angel Beach High now seek revenge on a group of KKK religious fanatics and corrupt politicians who want to shut down their Shakespeare production after they cast a Seminole transfer student in the lead. A day after the Angel Beach gang got revenge on Porky, the gain's Drama class experiences some troubles. Ms. Balbricker, Reverend Bubba Flavel, and politcal groups earning to get themselves re-elected. They all pressure the school to ban the new Shakespeare play for being obscene. The play hasd also got the attention of the KKK because the role of Romero went to a Seminole Indian. With threats against the school and the Native himself, the boys team together again for another scheme to get back at anyone trying to mess with Angel Beach.
Year of Movie Release:
1983
Country of Origin:
USA - America
Product Type:
Movie Poster
Condition of Product:
NEAR MINT
Condition, Flaws, Defects, Imperfections, Details, Style, Description:
Poster has various very minor imperfections. Classic sex comedy. More tomfoolery about teenage sex drives, Shakespeare, fat high school teachers, the Ku Klux Klan, and streaking in the Florida high school where it all began.
Single or Double Sided Poster:
Single Sided Film Poster
Rolled, Folded or Flat Poster:
Folded
Size:
27x40/41 inch - 70x105 cm - USA / American Movie Poster - One Sheet (1-Sheet / 1Sheet)
Original Movie Theater Product:
YES
National Screen Service NSS Film Number:
83-57
Tagline:
If you thought the night before was funny, wait till you see the next day.
Film Poster Artist / Artwork by:
Unknown - N/A
Keywords and Phrases:
Comedy, Action, Adventure, Sexy, Exploitation, Sexploitation, Female Nudity, Erotica, Erotic, Naughty, Juvenile Humor, High School

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