A truly exceptional original country of origin 30″ x 40″ British quad poster for the 1974 James Bond film “The Man With The Golden Gun”, produced for United Artists under the classic stewardship of Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman and director Guy Hamilton. Ian Fleming’s spy novel received the usual terrific treatment with the help of two beautiful Bond Girls, Britt Ekland and Maud Adams, and an incredibly dangerous villain, Scaramanga portrayed by Hammer Films “Dracula” star Christopher Lee. He is accompanied by one of the best Bond henchmen, diminutive Nick Nack as played by French actor Herve Villechaize. Stunning Far East location work in this effort includes Kowloon, Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand and throw in a bit of martial arts (popular due to the huge success of “Enter The Dragon”) then you have not just your typical action-packed Bond spectacle but also an incredible Bond film poster. Stunning detailed Robert McGinnis artwork (sadly for the last time on a Bond poster) makes for one of the best and rarest (in this high grade condition) of all the Roger Moore Bond films. Originally folded (as issued) this beautiful UNRESTORED example displays and presents to superb effect. No pinholes, tears, rips or paper loss, just the very minimal of handling wear. A common fault with this particular poster, when it does show up is the white background suffers from age spots and fading. Be assured this is pure brilliant white with the artwork colours deep and vibrant. Easily the best original example of this classic Bond poster that I have had the pleasure to offer for sale, absolutely stunning and I’m quite confident there isn’t a nicer one out there currently on the market. Being that British country of origin posters for the James Bond films are the most sought after of all Bond poster collectables this scarce item represents a fantastic piece of 007 movie memorabilia.