The poster has 6 total autographs on it and Janet Leigh is exceptionally RARE in signing The Fog movie posters. This would become a centerpiece for any John Carpenter fan as very few collectors will ever have a Janet Leigh signed original The Fog movie poster in their collection. Sadly Janet Leigh is deceased. If you don't want the inscriptions, there are restoration companies that will remove most inscriptions from movie posters such as STUDIO C.You can google them to find out more. All autographs I got in person. This movie poster is SIGNED BY. John Carpenter - "John Carpenter". Adrienne Barbeau - Jeff, Look for the Fog Adrienne Barbeau. Janet Leigh (deceased) - "To Jeff Janet Leigh". She signed it at a rare appearance at the Hollywood Collector show. Tom Atkins - "Jeff, My very best Tom Atkins". Nancy Loomis - "Jeff All Best Nancy Loomis".
Charles Cyphers - "Best Wishes Charles Cyphers" He signed it above the Janet Leigh Autograph. Signs of theater use on the 1980 poster includes creasing and some wear at center lines resulting in slight separation (tiny hole) in the center fold line as seen in the photo you can see white space behind the poster in the small center area. Not very noticeable and if you framed it, you would never know it. You may have noticed it if I had not mentioned it so it's minor.
Crease on the top right corner of the poster (just to the upper right of the word "see" on the poster). There is roughly a 1 1/2 inch tear on the right side of the poster starting in the white border edge.
The tear does not stand up as you see in the photo I'm holding it up for the photo so you can see it as the poster lays flat. Again, if you framed the poster, you likely wouldn't notice the tear on the poster edge - See photo. All wear on the poster is from it's original use in a movie theater. The horizontal and vertical fold lines are normal for 27x41 folded posters that were sent to movie theaters by the movie studios as that it how they folded them. This is NOT a reproduction movie poster but a real one sheet movie poster from 1980 that was used in a theater in the lobby to promote the film and it was never meant to be saved for collectors.
Please note: I pack professionally with bubble wrap and cardboard protection on each side of the poster so your item will be well protected in a proper size box. I've mailed countless movie posters without problems before. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Posters\Originals-United States\1980-89". The seller is "magichouratarea51" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped to United States.