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Soldier, The Soldier Movie Poster

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Original Folded, Single Sided Film Poster as used in theaters to advertise and promote the movie titled Soldier, The Soldier from 1982.
This poster is in VERY GOOD - EXCELLENT condition from Australia, size: 27x40/41 inch - 70x105 cm - Australian Movie Poster - One Sheet (1-Sheet / 1Sheet).


Description, condition and details:
Poster has pin/stapleholes, fold wear, edge wear, tears and paper loss around pin/stapleholes, extra foldline, creasing/wrinkling and other imperfections. The Russians are holding the world at ransom with a pile of stolen plutonium, and a soldier finds himself in the position to carry out an unauthorized and dangerous plan to preserve the balance of world power.

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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Soldier, The Soldier Movie Poster

SKU
FOREIGN152

Starring the following cast of actors/actresses:
Ken Wahl, Klaus Kinski, William Prince, Alberta Watson
Directed by Director(s):
James Glickenhaus
AKA, Also Known As, Working Title, Alternative Title, Foreign Title, Informal Title:
Codename: The Soldier
Plot, Summary, Synopsis, Story, Script, Novel:
The Russians steal a nuclear device and are stating that unless the Israelis pull out from the West bank, they will detonate it, which they have planted in an oil field and if it should go off; 50% of the World's oil will be contaminated. And the Israelis are unwilling to cooperate and the Americans knowing that they can't allow this are making preparations to force the Israelis off the West bank. The President then calls the Director of the CIA to do something about this. The Director assigns the agent who works outside the official channels codenamed the Soldier. He starts by trying to see if the Russians are indeed behind it but the Russians have him marked for termination. When he tries to contact the Director, the Russians placed a bomb in his office that leaves the soldier with no one but his team and the Israelis to help him.
Year of Movie Release:
1982
Country of Origin:
Australia
Product Type:
Movie Poster
Condition of Product:
VERY GOOD - EXCELLENT
Condition, Flaws, Defects, Imperfections, Details, Style, Description:
Poster has pin/stapleholes, fold wear, edge wear, tears and paper loss around pin/stapleholes, extra foldline, creasing/wrinkling and other imperfections. The Russians are holding the world at ransom with a pile of stolen plutonium, and a soldier finds himself in the position to carry out an unauthorized and dangerous plan to preserve the balance of world power.
Single or Double Sided Poster:
Single Sided Film Poster
Rolled, Folded or Flat Poster:
Folded
Size:
27x40/41 inch - 70x105 cm - Australian Movie Poster - One Sheet (1-Sheet / 1Sheet)
Original Movie Theater Product:
YES
National Screen Service NSS Film Number:
82-126
Tagline:
Code Name: The Soldier - You don't assign him. You unleash him.
Film Poster Artist / Artwork by:
Unknown - N/A
Keywords and Phrases:
Spies, Espionage, Action, Violence, Guns, Rifles, Spy

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