Vintage 1977 Walt Disney Movie Poster The Rescuers 27” X 41” #77/63 Folded

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Vintage 1977 Walt Disney Movie Poster - The Rescuers - 27” X 41”  #77/63 - 1 Sheet, Folded - Mystery, Fun, Intrigue

The poster features the iconic characters from the movie, including Bernard, Bianca, and their friends from the Rescue Aid Society. The vibrant artwork and captivating design make it a must-have for Disney enthusiasts and collectors alike. This piece of Disney history will bring back fond memories and add a touch of vintage magic to any collection or home decor. 

This poster is a must-have for any fan of Disney movies or vintage collectibles. It would look great framed and displayed in a home theater, bedroom, or office.

The original theatre poster has white borders and was stored folded.  It measures 27” X 40”.  The fold creases are visible on front of the poster. This 1977 animated Walt Disney movie was a worldwide box office success.  It was the first Disney animated film with a sequel. Staring character voices were done by comedian Bob Newhart and Eva Gabor, Joe Flynn, and Geraldine Page.

Approx. Dimensions:  27” W X 41” T

Sold as is. No warranty from the seller. No Returns.

CONDITION NOTE: Used, but in good condition given its age. The movie video poster was stored folded and has some fold crease damage and wear on some of the fold edges (see pictures). It has a lower large double crease near the bottom (see pictures).  There is also edgewear and minor tears around the outside edge, but this could be hidden if the poster is framed in the future. Colors are vivid. It is folded, but it can be carefully unfolded and framed. The poster will be shipped in a rigid box with tissue paper so the irregular folds do not get further creased. See detailed high resolution (zoom-able) pictures to know what you are purchasing.

BACKSTORY:  Frank G Cairo, Owner of Cairo Home Movies 

Frank Cairo moved from the Bronx, New York to Kenosha, WI in 1943.  The store was open until 1997 with his passing.  In addition to cameras, Frank loved movies and movie stars.  He began collecting 8, 16 and 35mm films, some in Italian.  Eventually, Cairo Home Movies became the largest private and rental film collection in Wisconsin. In summers, there were free outdoor movie nights for neighborhood kids. Not satisfied with only the movies, he eventually started collecting movie posters, catalogs and books.