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An Amazing find! This is an ORIGINAL Huge 48” x 80” Linen Backed Italian Original Movie Poster with great colors and unique art. This poster states it was printed in Milano Italy. It was used to promote the classic 1959 Science Fiction Motion picture, Invisible Invaders Aliens, contacting scientist Adam Penner, inform him that they have been on the moon for twenty thousand years, undetected due to their invisibility, and have now decided to annihilate humanity unless all the nations of earth surrender immediately. Sequestered in an impregnable laboratory trying to find the aliens' weakness, Penner, his daughter, a no-nonsense army major and a squeamish scientist are attacked from outside by the aliens, who have occupied the bodies of the recently deceased. Director: Edward L. CahnWriter: Samuel NewmanStars:John Agar, Jean Byron and Philip Tonge CastJohn Agar ... Maj. Bruce Jay Jean Byron ... Phyllis Penner Philip Tonge ... Dr. Adam Penner Robert Hutton ... Dr. John Lamont John Carradine ... Dr. Karol Noymann Hal Torey ... The Farmer Paul Langton ... Lt. Gen. Stone Eden Hartford ... WAAF Secretary Poster is linenbacked. Has some slight edgewear. For it's age, and rarity, it's a gem! Nice for the Sci-Fi Horror Lover!Shop with confidence! This is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is has been located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for OVER 37 years!MORE INFO ON JOHN AGAR: John Agar was born in Chicago, the eldest of four children. In World War II, Sgt. John Agar was a United States Army Air Force physical instructor. His 1945 marriage at the Wilshire Memorial Church to "America's Sweetheart" Shirley Temple put him in the public eye for the first time, and a movie contract with independent producer David O. Selznick quickly ensued.Agar debuted opposite John Wayne, Henry Fonda and Temple in John Ford's Fort Apache (1948), initial film in the famed director's "Cavalry Trilogy".His marriage to Shirley Temple ended in 1949, while his movie career continued.Popular with fans of Westerns and sci-fi flicks, Agar was a staple at film conventions and autograph shows.MORE INFO ON JEAN BYRON: A true sunny delight, actress Jean Byron will be fondly remembered for her three-season-long role as vivacious "Natalie Lane", the grounding mom of "identical cousin" Patty Duke on "The Patty Duke Show" (1963), the one who was always around to help teenage Patty regroup when "a hot dog made her lose control". Jean was born with the unlikely marquee name of Imogene Burkhart in Paducah, Kentucky, in 1925. Musically inclined, she was a teen singer on radio before even graduating from high school. Her family subsequently moved to California which only spurred on Jean's interest in show business. Apprenticing on the local stage and continuing to work on radio, she earned her first contract with Columbia Pictures and chose the more adaptable name of Jean Byron for billing purposes.Her movie career began uneventfully in 1952 co-starring with Johnny Weissmuller in Voodoo Tiger (1952), one of a series of "Jungle Jim" adventure programmers. Uninspired roles opposite a radioactive creature in The Magnetic Monster (1953) and as a handmaiden to Rhonda Fleming's Cleopatra in Serpent of the Nile (1953) had her wisely leaning towards TV as a more viable medium. Not only did she appear on the top TV shows of the day, but seemed to have an affinity for westerns, finding a steady stream of work on such programs as "Yancy Derringer" (1958), "Fury" (1955), "My Friend Flicka" (1955), "Cheyenne" (1955) and "Laramie" (1959) to her credit. The wholesome-looking blonde with the lovely, peaches-and-cream complexion also became a mild household fixture as an on-camera spokeswoman for such products as Revlon and Lux soap. At one time she was known as "The Lux Girl". She earned a couple of recurring roles on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" (1959)_ comedy before solidifying her status on the "Patty Duke" show from 1963 to 1966.Following the series' demise, Jean was seen less and less, glimpsed here and there on late 60s and 70s TV. She also appeared on the dinner theater circuit and in musical stage shows, portraying "Mama Rose" in one production of "Gypsy". Retiring in the 1980s, she moved with her aged mother to Mobile, Alabama in the late 1980s to be closer to extended family. Her final appearance was a happy occasion with a nostalgic TV-movie reunion show that brought her back in touch with former cast members Patty Duke and TV husband William Schallert, among others, in 1999. The reunion took 33 years in the making, one for the TV record books. At one time, she was briefly married to handsome actor Michael Ansara, she had no children and never remarried. Jean died at age 80 after developing an infection following surgery for a hip replacement. She was buried in Mobile Memorial Gardens.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.