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Who Framed Rodger Rabbit- Egyptian Release

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Step into the zany world of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" with this vibrant 1988 poster from it's first-release in Egypt.

Celebrated for merging live-action with animation in unprecedented ways, this film introduced audiences to a comical mystery where humans and cartoons coexist. Based on Gary K. Wolf's novel "Who Censored Roger Rabbit?", the movie spins a tale of intrigue involving a down-on-his-luck detective, a glamorous femme fatale, and Roger Rabbit—a cartoon star accused of murder. Fantastic artwork by Egyptian artist Sami. 

This Egyptian poster captures the essence of Roger's charismatic appeal, featuring the iconic rabbit strutting confidently in red pants, his tongue playfully sticking out, set against a brilliant light blue background. The bold red Arabic title text adds an exotic touch, making this piece a standout collector's item that encapsulates the unique blend of film noir and animated comedy that "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" so brilliantly pioneered.

Condition: Very Good. Age appropriate wear, fading and toning. Original fold lines present. Faint printer marks in margins. Please use zoom feature to get a better understanding of overall condition. 

Year: c.1988 - 36 years old

Size: 27.5" x 39.25" (70cm x 100cm)


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