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Listed In Category: Collectibles > Other Collectibles
Secondary Category: Entertainment > Other Items
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Classified Id HKJZQHVH
Asking Price Seller is open to offers
Quantity 1 item (new condition)
Tax Taxes are not applicable
Shipping & Handling
Seller will ship to the United States Only
Buyer pays shipping cost $ 5.00 USD
Payment Terms
Payment in advance only
Seller accepts:
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Renewed Date06-Jan-2019 09:12:34 AM EST
Expiration Date 07-Mar-2019 09:12:34 AM EST
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Supermanjack member since 06-may-2018
View Boynton Beach Classifieds Boynton Beach, Florida, USA Phone:(561) 413-2120
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Classified Details
This press kit was issued in 1981 before Scanners was released. There are 13 different photos numbered SCA-1 thru SCA-14 (please note SCA-13 was never issued). They are offered from time to time as individual photos but never as the complete set. There is slight curvature to the photos and a few have a very slight cut but all photos are complete. You may never see another complete set offered. Each photo is 10 1/4 X 8 1/4.

Scanners is a 1981 Canadian science-fiction horror film written and directed by David Cronenberg and starring Jennifer O'Neill, Steven Lack, Michael Ironside, and Patrick McGoohan. In the film, "scanners" are people with unusual telepathic and telekinetic powers. ConSec, a purveyor of weaponry and security systems, searches out scanners to use them for its own purposes. The film's plot concerns the attempt by Darryl Revok, a renegade scanner, to wage a war against ConSec. Another scanner, Cameron Vale, is dispatched by ConSec to stop Revok.

Film professor Charles Derry, in his overview of the horror genre Dark Dreams cited Scanners as "an especially important masterwork" and calling it the Psycho of its day.
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