MotionPictureArt.com uses cookies to make shopping with us as easy as possible.
read more

 
    
Home » Sold Items » Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Movie Poster

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Movie Poster

This product is currently unavailable.
To find out when or if the item may be back in stock, please contact us.


Original Folded, Single Sided Film Poster as used in theaters to advertise and promote the movie titled Star Trek III: The Search for Spock from 1984.
This poster is in EXCELLENT - NEAR MINT condition from France, size: 23.5x62.5 inch - 59x159 cm - French Movie Poster - Affiche.


Description, condition and details:
Poster has light fold wear, light wrinkling / creasing and other imperfections.

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.

Please check out our lobby cards to see if we also have Star Trek III: The Search for Spock lobby card sets and/or Star Trek III: The Search for Spock lobby cards.

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Movie Poster

SKU
FRENCH143

Starring the following cast of actors/actresses:
William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Mark Lenard, Robin Curtis, Merritt Butrick, Christopher Lloyd, Judith Anderson, John Larroquette, James B. Sikking, Nichelle Nichols, Cathie Shirriff, Miguel Ferrer, Grace Lee Whitney
Directed by Director(s):
Leonard Nimoy
AKA, Also Known As, Working Title, Alternative Title, Foreign Title, Informal Title:
Unknown - N/A
Plot, Summary, Synopsis, Story, Script, Novel:
With most of the Enterprise's battle damage repaired after defeating Khan at Genesis, the ship's crew returns home to bad news from Starfleet Commander Morrow: the Enterprise is to be decommissioned. Even worse, Dr. McCoy begins acting bizarrely. A visit to Kirk from Sarek - Spock's father & the Vulcan ambassador - reveals that McCoy is carrying Spock's Kattra, or living spirit. Immediately, Kirk meets with Admiral Morrow to plead for permission to return to Genesis and rescue Spock. When permission is denied, Kirk & his crew steal the Enterprise and head for Genesis - by now a quarantined planet. Unknown to them, the Klingons, led by the psychopathic Commander Kruge, are planning to steal the secrets of Genesis for their own twisted purpose. The Enterprise is crippled in a fight with the Klingon ship, and worse, the Klingons murder Kirk's son, who was among the science team that rescued Spock. Kirk eliminates the remaining Klingons by tricking them aboard the Enterprise and then blowing it up with the auto-destruct, then steals the Klingon Bird of Prey and heads for Vulcan for a ceremony to re-fuse Spock's body and Kattra.
Year of Movie Release:
1984
Country of Origin:
France
Product Type:
Movie Poster
Condition of Product:
EXCELLENT - NEAR MINT
Condition, Flaws, Defects, Imperfections, Details, Style, Description:
Poster has light fold wear, light wrinkling / creasing and other imperfections.
Single or Double Sided Poster:
Single Sided Film Poster
Rolled, Folded or Flat Poster:
Folded
Size:
23.5x62.5 inch - 59x159 cm - French Movie Poster - Affiche
Original Movie Theater Product:
YES
National Screen Service NSS Film Number:
84-47
Tagline:
Join the search
Film Poster Artist / Artwork by:
Unknown - N/A
Keywords and Phrases:
Affiches, Affiche, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, SciFi, Science Fiction, Thriller, Spock, Enterprise, Captain Kirk, Space, Trekkies

Our price:
All prices exclude 21% TAX/VAT for EU Customers.
Total including TAX/VAT will be calculated during checkout.
Qty Out of stock

While most other movie memorabilia and collectibles websites specialize in rare vintage one sheets from the UK and USA for English movies, we also trade, and provide info on, foreign film posters, lobby cards and other items. These usually come in different sizes and styles and display other images/pictures. So put aside your xenophobia, follow your curiosity and browse our foreign movie products!

We encourage everyone to see films at their local movie theaters and to buy original DVDs, CDs, soundtracks, Blu-ray Discs and other official merchandise to support the motion picture industry.