This is an ORIGINALfolded1-Sheet MoviePoster measuring 27" x 41” from 1984 with great artwork by famed artist DREW STRUZAN, for the release of the Disney sequel to the WIZARD OF OZ, the 1985 motion picture,Return to Oz Director:Walter MurchBased on the novel by L. Frank Baum Screenplay by Gill Dennis An all-new adventure down the yellow brick road. Dorothy, saved from a psychiatric experiment by a mysterious girl, is somehow called back to Oz when a vain witch and the Nome King destroy everything that makes the magical land beautiful. Dorothy Gale has recently come back to Kansas from the land of Oz is now almost back to perfect health since the incident of the tornedo, only she cannot get that wonderful place out of her head. She talks frequently about it and cannot get any sleep at night. Her Aunt Em worries about her health/well-being. Thinking that her niece is suffering delusional depression and acute insomnia, she decides to take Dorothy to see a special doctor in another town. While the doctor tries to treat little Dorothy with electro-shock treatment and take away those nasty dreams from her head, Dorothy is rescued by a mysterious girl who leads her back to the land of oz for a new adventure... The entire cast included: Fairuza Balk... DorothyNicol Williamson... Dr. Worley / The Nome KingJean Marsh... Nurse Wilson / MombiPiper Laurie... Aunt EmMatt Clark... Uncle HenryMichael Sundin... Tik-TokTim Rose... Tik-TokSean Barrett... Tik-Tok (voice)Mak Wilson... BillinaDenise Bryer... Billina (voice)Brian Henson... Jack Pumpkinhead (voice)Stewart Larange... Jack PumpkinheadLyle Conway... Gump (voice)Stephen Norrington... Gump (as Steve Norrington)Justin Case... ScarecrowPoster features a great artimage of Fairuza Balk as Dorothy, as well as the other characters. it has some wearin folds and a tiny side tear. Nice rare poster image!MORE INFO ON DREW STRUZAN: Drew Struzan, born in 1947, graduated with honors from the prestigious ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN. Drew first gained reputation as staff artist at PACIFIC EYE AND EAR, Los Angeles, illustrating album covers such as Alice Cooper’s Welcome to My Nightmare, voted one of the top 100 Album Covers of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine. Over the following eight years, as the house artist at PENCIL PUSHERS, INC., Los Angeles, Struzan developed his now-famous style of One Sheet art. In 1982, Drew left PENCIL PUSHERS’ employment for a solo career that has earned him continuing accolades and increasing recognition as one of the most recognized masters of the Cinema Art medium today. In 1995-1997, Drew’s art was exhibited in a series of One Man Shows throughout Japan, accompanied by a highly successful limited edition program based on his One Sheet art for Lucas and Spielberg movies. In 1999, the NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM AT STOCKBRIDGE (Massachusetts) featured an exhibit of over sixty-five pieces of his work, entitled "Drew: Art of the Cinema." Currently, Drew’s highly collectable work is held in similar esteem as and sold along side such American art masters as Norman Rockwell, Maxfield Parrish, and J.C. Leyendecker. With over twenty-five years experience and more than a hundred movie campaigns under his belt, Drew’s noteworthy credits include Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Back to the Future I, II and III, the re-release of the Star Wars trilogy, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace –the list goes on and on. MORE INFO ON Fairuza Balk: "Fairuza!" ("Turquoise" in Farsi) her father exclaimed as he saw her blue eyes: Fairuza Alejandra Balk had just been born, May 21, 1974. Her father, Solomon Feldthouse, was a traveling musician, and her mother Cathryn Balk was a belly dancer. Her parents split up soon after. Fairuza grew up just north of San Francisco, California, on a commune-type ranch. Her mother later found some work in Vancouver, British Columbia. it was there that Fairuza got her first acting job in a TV movie, at the age of nine.Two years later it was off to the UK where she attended the Royal Academy of Ballet, the Ramona Beauchamp Agency and the Bush Davies Performing Arts School. Fairuza worked for The Walt Disney Company for a while - at age 11 she was chosen from out of 1,200 girls to play the part of Dorothy, starring in Return to Oz (1985). A year later she starred as, prophetically enough, The Worst Witch (1986) (TV), a harbinger of her breakout role in The Craft (1996) ten years later.Fairuza and her mother remained in London until 1988, then headed to Paris where the 15-year-old starred in Valmont (1989). The next year they returned to Vancouver, where Fairuza enrolled in high school, but despite being a movie star, she was shy in class - she ended up doing correspondence courses. Back in Hollywood Fairuza starred in a string of movies, including Gas, Food Lodging (1992), for which she received an Independent Spirit Award for Best Actress.Following further TV and film work, she achieved cult status with her starring role as a teenage witch in The Craft (1996), her breakout film. The same year she appeared in The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996), in which she did some belly dancing and attracted the attention of Lancashire, England-born co-star David Thewlis. They did another movie together, American Perfekt (1997).Fairuza was also the love interest in the wildly popular The Waterboy (1998) and had a major role in American History X (1998). With a half-dozen movies for 2000, Fairuza is much in demand. Her interests are writing poetry and stories, playing the guitar, singing (her main enjoyment) and dancing. She lives in Venice, California, and has an apartment in New York City.Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mail postage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment within 10 days after notification from the seller. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this!Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.