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BIRDS POSTER

3661
$59.99
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How it works
During plak mounting, the poster is mounted on a sturdy, 3/8” thick superior quality engineered wood. The edges are finely beveled and finished in black. The wood and the poster image are sealed with a UV-resistant matte (non-glare) laminate. Comes ready to hang with a centered keyhole slot.

A permanent change
During this mounting process, the poster is permanently changed. Any permanent change to the poster significantly decreases the collector value of the poster.




This product does not qualify for membership or other discounts. Framed and mounted posters ship 3 - 5 weeks after the order has been placed and arrive ready-to-hang. All movie poster products including framed and unframed options are final sale - no exchanges, no refunds.
Canvas Mounting
A permanent and durable and modern poster mounting method without a frame. Available for 11in x 14in and 27in x 41in posters that have not been folded.

How it works
The canvas has a 7/8" thick wooden art-quality frame, and the image wraps around the edges of the canvas. once the paper poster is transferred to a canvas, it is hand-mounted around a sturdy wooden frame with a protective varnish applied. the final product is scratch and fade resistant. The image takes on the texture of the canvas.

A permanent change
During this mounting process, the poster is permanently changed. Any permanent change to the poster significantly decreases the collector value of the poster.



This product does not qualify for membership or other discounts. Framed and mounted posters ship 3 - 5 weeks after the order has been placed and arrive ready-to-hang. All movie poster products including framed and unframed options are final sale - no exchanges, no refunds.
Thin Wood Frame
Sophisticated yet simple in black or white. A unique and customized method to preserve and display your posters. Available for folded or rolled poster sizes between 11in x 14in and 30in x 40in.

Shatterproof clear acrylic
All frames come standard with lightweight and shatterproof clear acrylic that protects the posters from dust and fingerprints. Additionally, non-glare acrylic is available which minimizes reflections and glare, while still being lightweight and shatterproof.

Dry mounted-backing
During this mounting process, the poster is permanently changed. Any permanent change to the poster significantly decreases the collector value of the poster. Dry mounting is the bonding of the poster to a foam core using heat-activated adhesive. This prevents any stretching and wrinkling of the poster. It is highly recommended for reprint posters.



This product does not qualify for membership or other discounts. Framed and mounted posters ship 3 - 5 weeks after the order has been placed and arrive ready-to-hang. All movie poster products including framed and unframed options are final sale - no exchanges, no refunds.
Your poster will be shipped rolled to you. Framing options are only available at the time of original purchase.

This product does not qualify for membership or other discounts. Unframed posters are ready to ship immediately. All movie poster products including framed and unframed options are final sale - no exchanges, no refunds.
ABOUT THE POSTER

The Birds (Polish) Film Poster 1963
24 x 36 in. Reprint, Rolled, Giclee

Each poster is an official reprint of the original artwork that was displayed in movie theater lobbies when the films first released. The perfect piece of Hollywood for the flim enthusiast or the serious cinephile.

This product does not qualify for membership or other discounts.
To ensure proper handling, movie posters will ship separately if purchased with other items.
Frame and mounting options available for an additional charge and will add 3 - 5 weeks to shipping time.

All framed and unframed movie posters are final sale - no exchanges and refunds allowed.

 


The Birds is a 1963 American natural horror-thriller film produced and directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Loosely based on the 1952 short story of the same name by Daphne du Maurier, it focuses on a series of sudden and unexplained violent bird attacks on the people of Bodega Bay, California, over the course of a few days.

The film stars Rod Taylor and Tippi Hedren in her screen debut, alongside Jessica Tandy, Suzanne Pleshette, and Veronica Cartwright. The screenplay is by Evan Hunter, who was told by Hitchcock to develop new characters and a more elaborate plot while keeping du Maurier's title and concept of unexplained bird attacks.

At the 36th Academy Awards, Ub Iwerks was nominated for Best Special Effects for his work on the film. The award, however, went to the only other nominee, Emil Kosa Jr. for Cleopatra.

In 2016, The Birds was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress, and selected for preservation in its National Film Registry
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