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Young Doctors in Love Movie Poster

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Original Folded, Single Sided Film Poster as used in theaters to advertise and promote the movie titled Young Doctors in Love 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 several tears, tape repair on back and bleedtrough, pinholes, paper loss, fold wear, extra fold line, missing upper right corner, creasing/wrinkling and other imperfections. Most imperfections are in the border area. The poster will still look good when framed. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer! Spoof of medical soap operas features a chaotic scenario at City Hospital, where the young men and women on the staff have better things to do than attend to their patients.

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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Young Doctors in Love Movie Poster

SKU
FOREIGN146

Starring the following cast of actors/actresses:
Dabney Coleman, Sean Young, Michael McKean, Harry Dean Stanton, Hector Elizondo, Patrick Macnee, Pamela Reed, Saul Rubinek, Demi Moore, Janine Turner
Directed by Director(s):
Garry Marshall
AKA, Also Known As, Working Title, Alternative Title, Foreign Title, Informal Title:
Unknown - N/A
Plot, Summary, Synopsis, Story, Script, Novel:
An 'Airplane'-style spoof of hospital soap operas: a brilliant young trainee can't stand the sight of blood; a doctor romances the head nurse in order to get the key to the drugs cabinet; there's a mafioso on the loose disguised as a woman - in other words all the usual ingredients present and correct, though in this case the laughs are intentional.
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 several tears, tape repair on back and bleedtrough, pinholes, paper loss, fold wear, extra fold line, missing upper right corner, creasing/wrinkling and other imperfections. Most imperfections are in the border area. The poster will still look good when framed. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer! Spoof of medical soap operas features a chaotic scenario at City Hospital, where the young men and women on the staff have better things to do than attend to their patients.
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:
82-95
Tagline:
Warning: This Movie May Be Dangerous To Your Health. You May Never Stop Laughing.
Film Poster Artist / Artwork by:
Unknown - N/A
Keywords and Phrases:
Hospitals, Medicine, Satire, Parody, Drama, Comedy, Doctors, Nurses

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