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Warner Bros. present the C.V. Whitney picture starring John Wayne in "The searchers" : Vistavision motion picture high-fidelity and Technicolor : co-starring Jeffrey Hunter, Vera Miles, Ward Bond, Natalie Wood, screen play by Frank S. Nugent, executive producer Merian C. Cooper, associate producer Patrick Ford, presented by Warner Bros., directed by John Ford.

Author: Warner Bros.
Publisher: [Burbank] : Warner Bros., ©1956.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Picture : English
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Insert poster for the motion picture "The searchers" depicting a western landscape with John Wayne as Ethan Edwards and Jeffrey Hunter as Martin Pawley on horseback holding shotguns. Text over the image: he had to find her ... he had to find her. Also includes small photographic portraits of John Wayne, Natalie Wood, Ward Bond, Jeffrey Hunter and Vera Miles.
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Genre/Form: Insert posters
Motion picture posters
Pictorial works
Posters
Named Person: John Wayne; Jeffrey Hunter; Vera Miles; Ward Bond; Natalie Wood
Material Type: Graphic, Picture
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Warner Bros.
OCLC Number: 815607932
Notes: At head of poster: The biggest, roughest, toughest .. and most beautiful picture ever made!
"56/204."
Description: 1 print (poster) : chromolithograph ; 91 x 36 cm.
Other Titles: Searchers
Biggest roughest, toughest --and most beautiful picture ever made
Searchers (Motion picture)

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Insert poster for the motion picture "The searchers" depicting a western landscape with John Wayne as Ethan Edwards and Jeffrey Hunter as Martin Pawley on horseback holding shotguns. Text over the image: he had to find her ... he had to find her. Also includes small photographic portraits of John Wayne, Natalie Wood, Ward Bond, Jeffrey Hunter and Vera Miles.

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