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TITANIC: 1912 - Movie poster from 1997

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White Star Line:  Admit it.  Like every other ship enthusiast you are a sucker for James Cameron’s “TITANIC”.  I know I am. 

Here for your ship room wall is an original one-sheet for the 1997 film.  Measuring 24” by 34”, the poster features Kate and Leo at top with the TITANIC rushing by beneath them.  This is the poster you gazed at while waiting in line at the multi-plex.  Husband Todd and I owed a small-town movie theatre at the time.  We had to wait a month after the release date for a film print to become available.  We still packed ‘em in for next six weeks.  Thank you Mr. Cameron! 

As any TITANIC movie buff will tell you, the movie ran way over budget and was beset by delays.  Naysayers whispered that the movie was a great albatross doomed to failure.  A film critic for the "Los Angeles Times" wrote that "Cameron's overweening pride has come close to capsizing this project" and that the film was "a hackneyed, completely derivative copy of old Hollywood romances."  The movie was released in December of 1997 and quickly became one of the top grossing movies of all time.  I wonder if that critic still has his job?  

The poster, unlike the critic’s reputation, is in excellent condition.

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