Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones IMAX Theatrical Poster
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The poster, available in limited quantities, features a giant Yoda striding across North America, brandishing his lightsaber. Created by artist David McMacken for the theatrical release, these are the same striking, double-sided posters that were on display in IMAX theatres across the U.S. and Canada when Attack of the Clones opened November 1, 2002.
We ship the posters with collectors’ standards in mind. Posters are packed using real white-glove handling, with added protection to prevent damage. They are shipped rolled in round tubes.
Poster dimensions: 26-3/4" wide by 40" long.
Ships from our warehouse in 1 to 7 business days.
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