The Best Version? Wicked Tokyo Japan Musical Flyer Version #3 Wizard Of Oz Rare
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The Best Version? Wicked Tokyo Japan Musical Flyer Version #3 Wizard Of Oz Rare:
COMBINE WITH VERSION 1, 2 and 4, 5, 6 and many more at no extra postage!! Please check other sales or store items and combine postage! It is a flat $4 air mail worldwide fee for any amount of flyer/poster sales bought or won (programmes and larger posters not included) - mail me if you have any questions!! Check my other WICKED items, as well as Phantom of the Opera, Aida, Annie, Cats, Mamma Mia and more!
This listing is for version #3 of my SUPERB original chirashi flyer for the Tokyo JAPAN performances of the musical WICKED! It's a variation on the 2nd version, with different lettering on the top - have made this one cheaper to allow you to have a complete collection a little less expensively! Very nice mini-poster indeed! PLEASE combine with other Wicked items or Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Aida, West Side Story, Les Miserables, etc. sets for just $4 air mail combined for any number of flyer sets!
This is a cool 30cm x 22cm (A4) MINT, of course! Very frameable piece! Buy more than one for the same postage - $4 air mail worldwide!
CHIRASHI - some basic information:
In Japan, these flyers are known as chirashi, and they are distributed by Japanese film companies, usually in cinemas but also in other locations sometimes, to promote forthcoming films. Often, especially for a film that is expected to be popular, there are two different chirashi created for each film. The earlier version, sometimes released literally months in advance of the opening of the film, is designed to raise awareness. This is often followed by a second version, distributed closer to the film's actual Japanese release date. In rare cases there are more than two types, but it is quite unusual.
Some of these flyers are VERY limited, others readily available in many locations, but all are the same - when it comes to the release date of the film, all chirashi are returned to the film companies, or destroyed.
All chirashi measure approximately 19cm x 26cm, and often feature unique graphics and, almost ALWAYS, great Japanese text unseen by American audiences. Great for framing, they can make inexpensive little masterpieces on your walls, or an economical and interesting collection, that is easy to store!