"Never Say Never Again", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1983, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)
"Never Say Never Again", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1983, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)
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"Never Say Never Again", Original Release Japanese Movie Poster 1983, B2 Size (51 x 73cm)

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This is an original Japanese poster printed in 1983 for the first release of Never Say Never Again.

Never Say Never Again is a 1983 spy film starring Sean Connery and directed by Irvin Kershner. The film is based on the 1961 James Bond novel Thunderball, which had been previously adapted in a 1965 film under that name. Unlike the majority of Bond films, Never Say Never Again was not produced by Eon Productions but by Jack Schwartzman's Taliafilm in association with Kevin McClory, one of the original writers of the Thunderball storyline with Ian Fleming and Jack Whittingham. McClory retained the filming rights of the novel following a long legal battle dating from the 1960s.

Connery played the role of Bond for the seventh and final time, marking his return to the character 12 years after Diamonds Are Forever. The film's title is a reference to Connery's reported declaration in 1971 that he would "never" play that role again. As Connery was 52 at the time of filming, although nearly three years younger than incumbent Bond Roger Moore, the storyline features an ageing Bond who is brought back into action to investigate the theft of two nuclear weapons by SPECTRE. Filming locations included France, Spain, the Bahamas and Elstree Studios in the United Kingdom.

Never Say Never Again was released by Warner Bros. in October 1983, and opened to positive reviews, with the acting of Connery and Klaus Maria Brandauer singled out for praise as more emotionally resonant than the typical Bond films of the day. The film was a commercial success, grossing $160 million at the box office, although less overall than the Eon-produced Octopussy released earlier the same year.

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This poster is in near mint condition. Please refer to the imagery as this is the exact poster that is for sale. 

It is 38 years old!

It is not a reproduction or a reprint.

Certificate of Authenticity included.