20 Million Miles to Earth, 20x30 Framed Poster, Sci-fi Movie, Ray Harryhausen, Kaiju, Giant Monster, Movie Fan, Media Room, Home Theater

20 Million Miles to Earth, 20"x30" Framed Poster, Sci-fi Movie, Ray Harryhausen, Kaiju, Giant Monster, Movie Fan, Media Room, Home Theater


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This is a reproduction of a 1957 poster, for the movie, "20 Million Miles to Earth".

"20 Million Miles to Earth" is a 1957 American black-and-white science fiction giant monster film, produced by Charles H. Schneer's Morningside Productions for Columbia Pictures. The film was directed by Nathan H. Juran and starred William Hopper as Col. Robert Calder.

The plot follows a spacecraft that returns to Earth after a mission to Venus. The craft crash-lands in the Mediterranean Sea near Sicily. While local fishermen rescue the only survivor, Colonel Calder, a container also washes ashore with an alien creature inside. The creature, known as the Ymir, begins to grow rapidly when exposed to the Earth's atmosphere.

The Ymir eventually reaches a gigantic size, and the rest of the film becomes a classic giant monster movie scenario. The creature is misunderstood and feared by humans, who react by attempting to kill it. The climax of the film features the Ymir running amok through Rome, leading to several iconic scenes, such as the fight in the Colosseum.

One of the most memorable aspects of "20 Million Miles to Earth" is the creature design and stop-motion animation done by the legendary Ray Harryhausen. The Ymir's lifelike movements and unique design make it one of the most recognizable creatures in classic science fiction cinema.

"20 Million Miles to Earth" is often celebrated for its special effects, and it remains a beloved example of the giant monster (or "kaiju") genre. While it may seem a bit dated to modern audiences, it's still a must-watch for fans of classic science fiction and special effects history.

The poster comes already framed and can be securely hung with the necessary hardware already attached. Its high quality is evident in the use of archival-grade photo paper and ink typically used in museums. The framing material is made of MDF, which is considered an eco-friendly option. Additionally, the frame is low maintenance and resistant to swelling and warping, ensuring long-lasting durability.

Poster specs:
• Poster size: 20"x30"
• Paper: LexJet Premium 200 gsm
• Finish: Matte

Printer specs:
• Printer: Canon iPF9400, which is a professional high-end, inkjet printer
• Ink: Canon 12-color Aqueous, which is acid free, archival quality

Frame specs:
• Frame material: MDF with a black finish
• Hanging hardware: Already attached (see photo)
• Cover: Acrylic

MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is an extremely durable, composite wood product made from recycled wood fibers, which makes it a more environmentally friendly option compared to traditional wood products.

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