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LEGAL EAGLES Original POLISH Poster ROBERT REDFORD Daryl Hannah DEBRA WINGER 86
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LEGAL EAGLES Original POLISH Poster ROBERT REDFORD Daryl Hannah DEBRA WINGER 86
LEGAL EAGLES Original POLISH Poster ROBERT REDFORD Daryl Hannah DEBRA WINGER 86

LEGAL EAGLES Original POLISH Poster ROBERT REDFORD Daryl Hannah DEBRA WINGER 86

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Great ORIGINAL Polish Poster measuring 26” x 38” featuring off beat art quite different than the American Movie Poster, printed on Kraft Paper, which is what POLISH film posters are known for, unique art and colors on Kraft Paper. This Poster has some edgwear and small tears on top. Itwas usedto promote the 1986 Comedy Crime Romance,Legal Eagles District Attorney Tom Logan is set for higher office, at least until he becomes involved with defence lawyer Laura Kelly and her unpredictable client Chelsea Deardon. It seems the least of Chelsea's crimes is the theft of a very valuable painting, but as the women persuade Logan to investigate further and to cut some official corners, a much more sinister scenario starts to emerge.Director:Ivan Reitman Writers:Ivan Reitman (story), Jim Cash (story) Stars:Robert Redford, Debra Winger, Daryl Hannah Cast Robert Redford ... Tom Logan Debra Winger ... Laura Kelly Daryl Hannah ... Chelsea Deardon Brian Dennehy ... Cavanaugh Terence Stamp ... Victor Taft Steven Hill ... Bower David Clennon ... Blanchard John McMartin ... Forrester Jennifer Dundas ... Jennifer Logan (as Jennie Dundas) Roscoe Lee Browne ... Judge Dawkins Christine Baranski ... Carol Freeman Sara Botsford ... Barbara David Hart ... Marchek James Hurdle ... Sebastian Dearden Gary Howard Klar ... Hit Man (as Gary Klar) Poster has an illustration of Robert Redford and a Tic-Tac-Toe desig.It isdifferent than U.S version. It's in good shape except for the edges regardless the thin kraft paper, they usually tear, it's the nature of the beast. Amazing it was savedalmost 30years old! Sold as Is, would look great framed!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 OVER40 years!MORE INFO ON ROBERT REDFORD: Born on August 18, 1936, in Santa Monica, California, to Charles Robert Redford, an accountant for Standard Oil, and Martha Hart. His mother died in 1955, the year after he graduated from high school. Charles Robert Redford Jr. was a scrappy kid who stole hubcaps in high school and lost his college baseball scholarship at the University of Colorado because of drunkenness. After studying at the Pratt Institute of Art and living the painter's life in Europe, he studied acting in New York at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Lola Van Wagenen (consumer activist), born in 1940, dropped out of college to marry Redford on September 12, 1958. They divorced in 1985 after having four children, one of whom died of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Daughter Shauna Redford, born November 15, 1960, is a painter who married Eric Schlosser on October 5, 1985, in Provo, UT. Her first child, born in January 1991, made Redford a grandfather. Son James Redford (aka Jamie Redford), a screenwriter, was born May 5, 1962. Daughter Amy Redford, an actress; was born October 22, 1970. Redford also has a brother named William.Television and stage experience coupled with all-American good looks led to movies and television roles. His breakthrough role was "The Sundance Kid" in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), when the actor was 32. The Way We Were (1973) and The Sting (1973), both in 1973, made Redford the number one box office star for the next three years. Redford used his clout to advance environmental causes and his riches to acquire Utah property, which he transformed into a ranch and the Sundance ski resort. In 1980, he established the Sundance Institute for aspiring filmmakers. Its annual film festival has become one of the world's most influential. Redford's directorial debut, Ordinary People (1980), won him the Academy Award as Best Director in 1981. He waited eight years before getting behind the camera again, this time for the screen version of John Nichols' acclaimed novel of the Southwest, The Milagro Beanfield War (1988). He scored with critics and fans in 1992 with the Brad Pitt film A River Runs Through It (1992), and again, in 1994, with Quiz Show (1994), which earned him yet another Best Director nomination.MORE INFO ON DARYL HANNAH: Over a 30 year film career, Daryl Hannah has starred in over 40 feature films, and has created numerous iconic roles in successful, critically acclaimed and enduring films.Some of her memorable characters include the gymnastic punk android "Pris" in Ridley Scott's sci-fi noir cult classic Blade Runner. The mermaid "Madison" who falls in love with Tom Hanks in Ron Howard's Splash. "Roxanne" in the Eponimous Roxanne Steve Martins contemporary take on the Cyrano de Bergerac story. And more recently "Elle Driver" in Quintin Tarantinos cult classics Kill Bill I and II.Making her big screen debut at age 15 in Brian De Palma's The Fury, Daryl set an early pattern of working with some of the most talented and accomplished directors and actors of our time. Other films Wall Street, Steel Magnolias, Reckless, The Pope of Greenwich Village, The Clan of the Cave Bear and Legal Eagles Grumpy Old Men & Grumpier Old MenDaryl has been a consistent, strong supporter of independent cinema, both acting in and producing many films. Starring in such indie films as John Sayles's Casa De Los Babies as well as his political satire Silver City. She worked on several films with the revered Robert Altman, including The Gingerbread Man, as well as several films with the Polish Brother's including Northfork and Jackpot.Daryl Starred in the experimental improvised Michael Radford film Dancing at the Blue Iguana and made As a filmmaker, Hannah wrote, directed, and produced an award winning short film, entitled The Last Supper. Hannah also directed, produced and shot the documentary Strip Notes which was inspired while researching her role for Dancing At The Blue Iguana that was shown on HBO and UK's Channel 4. Daryl is in the process of shooting a documentary on Human Trafficking and has traveled undercover to South East Asia to document this atrocity and has become and advocates raising awareness and ending slavery.She has made over 40 video blogs for various websites including her popular dhlovelife.com. She designed dhlovelife.com (online since 2005) her website dedicated to sharing solutions on how to live more harmoniously with the planet and all other living things. Daryl Hannah has been passionate, committed and effective advocate for a more ethical relationship with each other and all life on the Planet. She has produced, hosted and shot numerous environmental awareness/ health documentaries, TV appearances and is a frequent speaker on both the conservative and progressive news. Daryl has been a greening consultant for events such as the Virgin Music Festival, attended by over 150,000 people. Her many speaking engagements include keynote speeches at the UN Climate Change Summit, UN Global Business Conference on the environment,, Natural and Organic Products Expo, LOHAS and numerous national and international universities, conferences and events. She's written articles on self sufficiency and sustainability for many magazines and has done a plethora of interviews on the topic in thousands of publications. The site features weekly five-minute inspirational video blogs which Daryl produces and films. There are daily news updates, alerts, community and access to goods and services. She is a member of the World Future Council, sits on the boards of the Sylvia Earle Alliance, Mission Blue, Eco America, Environmental Media Association (EMA), The Somaly Mam Foundation, and the Action Sports Environmental Coalition, She is the founder of the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance (SBA).MORE INFO ON DEBRA WINGER: Mary Debra Winger was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1955 to a Jewish family. Her maternal grandparents called her Mary, while her parents called her Debra. (Her father named her Debra after his favorite actress, Debra Paget). The family moved to California when Debra was five. She fell in love with acting in high school but kept it a secret from her family. She was a precocious teenager, having graduated high school at an early age of 15. . She enrolled in college, majoring in criminology. She worked part-time in the local amusement park when she got thrown from a truck and suffered serious injuries and went temporarily blind for several months. She was in the hospital when she vowed to pursue her passion for acting.After she recovered, she abandoned college and studied acting. Like any struggling actor, she did commercials and guest-starred on 70s TV shows like Police Woman: Task Force: Cop Killer: Part 1 (1976) and Wonder Woman (1975) where she played Lynda Carter's little sister, Wonder Girl. She also made her feature film debut in the embarrassing soft-core porn film Slumber Party '57 (1976). (Years later on Inside the Actors Studio (1994), host James Lipton asked her to name her first film, and she refused to answer him.) Her next two films French Postcards (1979) and Thank God It's Friday (1978) did absolutely nothing for her career. When Sissy Spacek said no to playing the character Sissy in Urban Cowboy (1980), almost every young actress in Hollywood pursued the role. Debra won the role over a then-unknown Michelle Pfeiffer and gave a star-making performance as John Travolta's wife. Her handling of the mechanical bull made her a new kind of sex symbol. She would always remain grateful to her director James Bridges for threatening to quit the film if the studio didn't cast her. However, she followed it up with a flop, Cannery Row (1982). But, she became part of one of the top-grossing films of all time by providing her deep, throaty voice to the title character of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982). She also received her first Academy Award nomination as Best Actress for the huge hit An Officer and a Gentleman (1982), where her on-screen love scenes with Richard Gere became just as legendary as her off-screen fights with him and with director Taylor Hackford.Debra's reputati
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