Rare ‘Snow White’ Billboard, 1937.

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When Walt Disney’s groundbreaking Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was released in 1937, it was accompanied by one of the largest publicity campaigns in film history.
A wide variety of posters, banners and standees were created for distribution to theaters all over the world.
Many of them are highly sought after by collectors today, but none more so than the elusive 24-sheet billboard.
Made from 24 sheets lithographed separately and then knitted together to form three character groupings spanning an incredible 19-and-a-half feet in width and 9’11″ in height, only a few of them were ever produced and only one of them is known to survive.
Behold its awesomeness:
Read more via The History Blog » Blog Archive » Check out this huge Snow White poster.

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