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Hmmm, not sure...I don't think so actually.
Check this out.Might be the Exorcist AU 1sheet in top photo, right-hand side.http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/messenger/west-beaches/movie-posters-from-hollywoods-heyday-may-be-saved-from-longempty-adelaide-cinema/news-story/583feb742a403d26f1388eef1442900a
Interesting article thanks for posting Ted.
Unless I am not seeing something extraordinary in the pictures, not much there worth going the extra mile to save, considering most are still around in ample supply.
It will be interesting to see if anything comes of it.
The majority of Warner Brothers films released in Australia in the 1970's, starting around circa 1972, didn't have an Australian one sheet version printed for them. The International one sheet that was printed in the U.S.A. was mainly supplied to the cinema owners and censorship snipes were applied to the posters, and in the case of The Exorcist it was a large R certificate sticker. If you want an Australian one sheet the closest you will get is one that had an R certificate attached to it. Why throughout the 1970's there was a small number of Australian one sheets printed, when the majority of WB one sheets were just supplied as Int. one sheets is anyone's guess.
Generally in the 1970s, Australia received films after their US runs had finished - sometimes 5 (or more) years afterwards. I'd suggest that once the posters had been returned to the US distributors, they were sent on to the foreign markets as a cost saving measure.