Traveling,Souvenirs de entretenimiento , Souvenirs de películas , Pósters,poster,First,Saleslady,-,The,G,nhadeppro.vn,(1956),-,$9,original,movie,/Kudrun1087037.html $9 The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) - original movie poster - G Souvenirs de entretenimiento Souvenirs de películas Pósters Traveling,Souvenirs de entretenimiento , Souvenirs de películas , Pósters,poster,First,Saleslady,-,The,G,nhadeppro.vn,(1956),-,$9,original,movie,/Kudrun1087037.html The Portland Mall First Traveling Saleslady 1956 movie original G - poster The Portland Mall First Traveling Saleslady 1956 movie original G - poster $9 The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) - original movie poster - G Souvenirs de entretenimiento Souvenirs de películas Pósters

trend rank The Portland Mall First Traveling Saleslady 1956 movie original G - poster

The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) - original movie poster - G

$9

The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) - original movie poster - G

|||

Características del artículo

Estado:
Usado:
Un artículo que se utilizó anteriormente Consulta el anuncio del vendedor para ver información detallada y una descripción de las imperfecciones.
Notas del vendedor:
“Condition notes: This poster is in very good condition. There is some edge wear along the right hand edge and three horizontal folds. It has no rips, stains, pinholes, or missing pieces. Please take a look at the photos.”
Estado del artículo:
Usado
Size:
14" x 36"
Modified Item:
No
Country/Region of Manufacture:
United States
Original/Reproduction:
Original
Year:
1950-59
Object Type:
Poster
Industry:
Movies
Movie:
The First Traveling Saleslady
Actress:
Ginger Rogers




The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) - original movie poster - G

Flash and the Pan

Flash and the Pan

1979

New Wave

The 1978 debut of this new wave side project from former Easybeats Vanda & Young was a spiky, charming set that played like a post-punk Buggles.

- Timothy Monger

Kesha

Animal

January 5, 2010

Dance-Pop

With unapologetically brash lyrics and a profusion of autotune, samples, and synths, Kesha's debut album is a bombastic firework that throws social expectations and propriety out the window. It is a liberating album that encourages listeners to let loose and unleash their inner animals, reminding us all that we don't always need to take life so seriously.

- Lucy Mao