COLOSSUS OF NEW YORK, 1958, REPRO Lobby Card #4, John Baragrey, Ed Wolff, Otto Kruger
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The Colossus of New York, the 1958 Eugene Lourie NYC robot with a human brain sci-fi starring John Baragrey, Mala Powers, Otto Kruger, Robert Hutton, Ross Martin, Charles Herbert and Ed Wolff.
THIS IS AN 11X14 REPRODUCTION LOBBY CARD ON CARD STOCK.
CONDITION: Very Good
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