This is an ORIGINAL 1-sheet movie poster measuring 27" x 41". This poster is from Columbia Pictures, with great classic Science Fiction art. This poster is all ORIGINAL almost 40 Years old, but does have surface wear, bends small tears at the bottom. It also has a couple light folds. Opened and framed it looks vintage with great colorful artwork!

It is for the 1979 Sci-Fi Adventure Fantasy Drama film,

Warlords of Atlantis

Warlords of the Deep

Searching for the lost world of Atlantis, Prof. Aitken, his son Charles and Greg Collinson are betrayed by the crew of their expedition's ship, attracted by the fabulous treasures of Atlantis. The diving bell destroyed, a deep sea monster attacks the boat. They are all dragged to the bottom of the sea where they meet the inhabitants of the lost continent, an advance alien race makes slaves of the ship-wrecked sailors. The aliens want to rule the human world to create a nazi state. Due to his high IQ, they think that Charles may join them. Greg and the team will need the help of Delphine, the daughter of a slave, to escape the city surrounded by evil creatures ... Director: Kevin Connor

Writer: Brian Hayles (screenplay)

Stars: Doug McClure, Peter Gilmore, Shane Rimmer

The entire cast included:

Doug McClure ... Greg Collinson
Peter Gilmore ... Charles Aitken
Shane Rimmer ... Captain Daniels
Lea Brodie ... Delphine
Michael Gothard ... Atmir
Hal Galili ... Grogan
John Ratzenberger ... Fenn
Derry Power ... Jacko
Donald Bisset ... Professor Aitken
Ashley Knight ... Sandy
Robert Brown ... Briggs
Cyd Charisse ... Atsil
Daniel Massey ... Atraxon

Classic Sci-Fil film with British influence from Universal Studios film! Great for the action packed space film lover!

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MORE INFO ON DOUG McCLURE: Douglas Osborne "Doug" McClure (May 11, 1935 - February 5, 1995) was an American actor whose career in film and television extended from the 1950s to the 1990s. He is best known for his role as the cowboy Trampas during the entire run from 1962 to 1971 of the NBC western television series, The Virginian, loosely based on the Owen Wister novel.

McClure was born in Glendale, California. His English mother, Clara Elsie (Barker; 1907-1997), had moved to the United States from her native United Kingdom in 1915, when her widowed mother married an American, Frank S Artman. Clara Barker was naturalized as an American citizen in 1918, and married Irish-American Donald Reed McClure (1904–1965) in 1929. Donald and Clara were parents to Donald Reed McClure, Jr. (1931–2003) and then Doug. The widow Clara would marry Frank Clapp in 1971.

McClure's acting career included such films as The Enemy Below, The Unforgiven, and Because They're Young, before landing the part of Trampas on The Virginian – a part that would make him famous. He also starred:

As Frank "Flip" Flippen on NBC's western, Overland Trail (1960), with co-star William Bendix

As Jed Sills on the CBS detective series Checkmate (1960–62) opposite Anthony George as Don Corey and Sebastian Cabot as Dr. Carl Hyatt

As C.R. (Christopher Robin) Grover in the sci-fi/detective series Search (1972–1973) in which he rotated the lead with Hugh O'Brian and Anthony Franciosa as a high-tech PROBE agent

As Mayor Kyle Applegate in Out of This World (1987–1991)

McClure had a minor part in 1957 as an Army officer in "California Gold Rush in Reverse" on the syndicated anthology series Death Valley Days. The episode is a dramatization of the race in 1848 between the Army and the Navy to be the first to deliver gold nuggets from California to Washington, DC

In 1958 and 1959, McClure appeared in three episodes of the syndicated western series 26 Men, stories of the Arizona Rangers.

He appeared as Adam Davis in 1959 in the episode "The Court Martial of Trooper Davis" of another syndicated western series, Mackenzie's Raiders, starring Richard Carlson and set in southwest Texas.

McClure was in the third episode "Mr. Denton on Doomsday", of CBS's The Twilight Zone.

Then in 1962, he was cast as Trampas in NBC's The Virginian. His co-stars throughout the series were James Drury, Roberta Shore, Lee J. Cobb, Randy Boone, Gary Clarke, Clu Gulager, Diane Roter, Charles Bickford, Sara Lane, Tim Matheson, Jeanette Nolan, and John McIntire.

After the show ended in 1971, McClure was slated to co-star with Bette Davis in a series about a parolee assisting a judge, played by Davis, by doing detective work. The pilot, produced and written by the prolific team of Richard Levinson and William Link, failed to generate interest in the series and was released as a telemovie under the title "The Judge and Jake Wyler". McClure made one more attempt at a television series during the 1972-73 season by co-starring in SEARCH as a hi-tech investigator, rotating with Tony Franciosa and Hugh O'Brian. He then shifted to low-budget science fiction films such as At the Earth's Core, The Land That Time Forgot and The People That Time Forgot, all three based on the novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs. In 1967, he played the Errol Flynn role in a remake of Against All Flags titled The King's Pirate. He was cast in the lead in three World War II adventures, The Longest Hundred Miles,The Birdmen and State Of Division or Death Race. In the 1970s and 1980s, McClure appeared in commercials for Hamms Beer. Mcclure also appeared as the blonde slave to Jamie Farr's character in 1984's Cannonball Run II.

He also had a cameo role as a poker player in the 1994 movie remake of Maverick.

In 1994, McClure was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Television at 7065 Hollywood Blvd. It was unveiled in what was his final public appearance.

On February 5, 1995, McClure died at the age of 59 from lung cancer in Sherman Oaks, California. He is interred at Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery, in Santa Monica, California. McClure was married to his fifth wife at the time of his death, and was also survived by daughter Tanι from his first marriage, and daughter Valerie from his fourth marriage. McClure was divorced four times, including twice while he was performing on The Virginian.

The character of Troy McClure on The Simpsons was modeled after McClure and fellow actor Troy Donahue. Mike Reiss, executive producer of The Simpsons, said that Doug McClure's daughter informed him that Doug was a big fan of The Simpsons. She said that while watching an episode Doug saw the character Troy McClure on the show and said, "Are they making fun of me?" Doug said he thought the parody was funny and his daughters would call him Troy McClure behind his back as a joke.

In the episode of Red Dwarf titled Backwards, Rimmer and Kryten landed on Earth. When Rimmer asked Holly what the time period was, his question was, "Do we expect to see a herd of flesh-eating dinosaurs feeding off the bones of Doug McClure?" McClure is also referenced in the Red Dwarf episode Legion in an apology from Kryten to Lister about the evening movie - "I'm sorry sir, it is another Doug McClure. Please, don't hit me."

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WARLORDS OF ATLANTIS Original 1-Sheet Movie POSTER Doug McClure the DEEP 1978
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