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JOHN SEVERSON PRESENTS "BIG WEDNESDAY" (1961)

"This film was named by Severson for the odd coincidence of all the great surf days of the year falling on Wednesdays. Severson was convinced when he shot the finale of the film in Hawaii, and sure enough...another BIG WEDNESDAY! "The film opening started with Saturday, and a two-foot paddle out. Each day progressed with thundering music building to a climactic BIG WEDNESDAY title on a blue Waimea Bay wall, littered with surfers scratching for survival. "Full of surf, fun, and travel, the film impressed a young gremmie named John Milius, who later made the big time in Hollywood, and bought the title for Hollywood's BIG WEDNESDAY." This original surf movie poster is in very good condition, at least 85 percent of mint. Creased horizontally where it was once folded in thirds. Otherwise very light wear with no tack holes, tape marks, tears, insect damage, or stains. No water stains or moisture damage of any kind. Measures approximately 8 1/2 inches wide by 14 inches tall. Guaranteed original and authentic. From the Roy Porello Collection. Packaged in an archival-quality clear plastic sleeve with an acid-free mat backing board. Click Here for a closer look. Sold at $695.

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