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This is an ORIGINAL Folded 1-Sheet Movie Poster measuring 27” x 41” with tape marks, for the 1956 motion picture,Between Heaven and Hell Director:Richard FleischerBased on the novel by Francis GwaltneyScreenplay by Harry Brown From the best-selling novel of young love in war! The spoiled rich son of a wealthy Southerner is changed by his experiences in the Pacific during World War II. Sam Gifford remembers : In prewar years he was an arrogant southern cotton plantation owner, married to the daughter of a colonel. At the beginning of the war he was mobilized with his National Guard unit as a sergeant. Came the day when, revolted by the cowardice of his lieutenant, who had fired at his own men, he hit him. Downgraded, he was sent to a disciplinary battalion. Sam now discovers his new detachment, his new commanding officer, just another cowardly brute, Captain Waco Grimes. While in combat, Sam will gradually become closer to the privates, working-class people he used to despise. He will become another man, a better man. The entire cast included: Robert Wagner... Sfc. / Pvt. Sam Francis GiffordTerry Moore... Jenny GiffordBroderick Crawford... Capt. 'Waco' Grimes, CO Co.GBuddy Ebsen... Pvt. Willie CrawfordRobert Keith... Col. CousinsBrad Dexter... Lt. Joe Johnson aka Little JoeMark Damon... Pvt. Terry Co. GKen Clark... MorganHarvey Lembeck... Pvt. Bernard "Bernie" Meleski (Co. G)Skip Homeier... Pvt. Swanson Co.GL.Q. Jones... Pvt. Kenny Co.GTod Andrews... Lt. Ray MosbyBiff Elliot... Tom Thumb Co.GBart Burns... Pvt. Raker Co.GPoster features great FROM HERE TO ETERNITY type artwork. Poster does have a lot of tack holes, tape marks stain at the top left, being sold AS IS, still a nice Poster for over 50 years old!!!MORE INFO ON ROBERT WAGNER: Robert Wagner was born in Detroit, and his family moved to Los Angeles when he was seven. Always wanting to be an actor, he held a variety of jobs (including one as a caddy for Clark Gable while pursuing his goal, but it was while dining with his parents at a restaurant in Beverly Hils that he was "discovered" by a talent scout. He had a bit part in The Happy Years (1950) but it was a small part as a crippled soldier in the Susan Hayward film With a Song in My Heart (1952) that got him attention. His fresh, all-American looks landed him a contract with 20th Century-Fox, which put him in a succession of undemanding roles in Technicolor pictures where his looks were more important than his talent (Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953), Prince Valiant (1954)), but he did manage to show that he was indeed an actor of talent in several showy roles in smaller pictures (A Kiss Before Dying (1956), Between Heaven and Hell (1956)). As he became one of Fox's rising young stars, the studio, as was customary back then, set him up with a host of nubile young actresses, among them Debbie Reynolds. While the pairing didn't lead to any romance, it did lead to a lifelong friendship. In 1956 Wagner, then 26, found the love of his life, 18-year-old actress Natalie Wood. They married on December 28 1957, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Hollywood trumpeted their marriage as the most "glittering union of the 20th century". Robert (RJ to his friends) and Natalie Wood quickly moved into a $150,000 mansion on Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. He and Natalie Wood were deeply in love and appeared to be the perfect couple, but were actually living on the edge and were strapped for cash. RJ was being overshadowed by new male leads like Marlon Brando and Paul Newman. Natalie Wood was placed on a 14-month suspension with Warner Bros. for refusing to do a movie in England.These problems led them to divorce on April 27 1962. He took the divorce hard. Trying to escape his pain he went to Europe to make the movie The Longest Day (1962). In Europe he met with his old friend Marion Marshall. They married in 1963 and had a daughter, Katie Wagner, but the marriage was short-lived. In 1968 he reluctantly went into television to star in "It Takes a Thief" (1968) (later he would say it was the right move). By 1969 he was thriving professionally, but his personal life wasn't. He was still in love with Natalie Wood and kept in touch with her. However, she had married British producer Richard Gregson and they had a daughter Natasha (later Natasha Gregson Wagner). In 1971 Natalie Wood and RJ saw each other by accident in a restaurant and suddenly the old magic was back. She divorced Richard Gregson, and RJ and Natalie Wood remarried June 16 1972, on their yacht "Splendour". In 1974 they had a daughter, Courtney Brooke. Their second marriage was full of love and happiness. They were a real family and loved raising their three daughters, Katie Wagner, Natasha Gregson Wagner and Courtney Brooke.Wagner went on to do a succession of successful television series ("Switch" (1975), "Hart to Hart" (1979)) and his professional and personal lives seemed to be right on track. Then on November 29 1981, his life was shattered by the news that Natalie Wood had fallen off of "Splendour" and drowned. He was devastated and inconsolable, but insisted on arranging a funeral to honor the love of his life. He spent the next ten years raising Natalie Wood's and his daughters alone. It was 1991 when he married Jill St. John. To this day he finds it difficult to talk about Natalie Wood's death.Wagner has since revived his career with a recurring role as the eye-patch-wearing henchman Number Two to Mike Myers' sinister Dr. Evil in the "Austin Powers" series of spy spoofs and as the host of Fox Movie Channel's "Hour of Stars" (2002), which shows recently discovered and restored episodes of the old TV anthology series "The 20th Century-Fox Hour" (1955), some of which Wagner himself had starred in.MORE INFO ON TERRY MOORE: Born Helen Koford, the Los Angeles, California, native worked as a model before she made her film debut at age 11 in 20th Century Fox's Maryland (1940). Throughout the 1940s, she worked under a variety of names (her own, Judy Ford and January Ford) before settling on Terry Moore in 1948. Placed under contract by Columbia, Moore was loaned out to RKO for one of her most famous films, RKO's Mighty Joe Young (1949); she received an Oscar nomination for her performance in Paramount's Come Back, Little Sheba (1952). In the 1970s, she was in the news more than she was in motion pictures, asserting that she was the secret wife of the late billionaire Howard Hughes. It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 37 years! Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mailpostage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment within 10 days after notification from the seller. PLEASE ALLOW 10 TO 14 DAYS FOR DELIVERY. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this! Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.