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Bob Marley was born 6 February 1945 in a small village called Nine Miles in the parish of St. Ann, Jamaica. Now, you can have six 35mm film cells of the famous reggae musician in your house with this framed collectible.

Bob Marley (S2) Trio USFC2270

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Bob Marley was born 6 February 1945 in a small village called Nine Miles in the parish of St. Ann, Jamaica. His father was a white British Naval Officer named Norval Marley. Bob had only a scant recollection of his father. This was largely due to the fact that the 'well to do' Marley family did not approve of the relationship Norval had formed with Bob's mother Cedella. His father, therefore, despite marrying Cedella, was more an occasional visitor. He did not live to witness the success of his son Bob.

Bob cut his first record at the age of 16 in Kingston. A song called 'Judge Not'.

In 1963 the original Wailers were formed, the line-up being Bob Marley, Bunny Livingstone (who was later to take the name Wailer), and Peter Tosh. Their first song 'Simmer Down' was an instant number one in Jamaica.

The first album of the new line-up 'Natty Dread' was a major success. In 1975 Bob Marley and the Wailers played the Roxy in Los Angeles. Among the ecstatic audience (apparently some were dancing on the tables) were Beatles George and Ringo, Bob Dylan, and Jack Nicholson! Back home in Jamaica Bob was becoming revered as a mystic and prophet, his influence was noted by politicians.

During 1979 Bob introduced reggae music to the world, touring Japan, Australia, and New Zealand

Bob canceled the last few dates of a big European tour when doctors diagnosed melanoma cancer in the big toe of his right foot. This was the result of a neglected football injury (football being Bob's other major passion alongside music)

In September of this same year, Bob collapsed while jogging in Central Park, New York, just after commencing the American leg of a world tour with the 'Commodores' playing support. Doctors told him the shocking news that cancer (previously considered to have been cleared) had returned and was present in his lungs and brain. Despite this, he flew to Pittsburg where on the 23 September 1980 he performed his last concert at the Stanley Theatre.

Bob intended to end his days back in Jamaica but was so ill that he had to check into a hospital in Miami en route.

Here he died on 11 May 1981.


  • 20" x 11"
  • 35 mm Film Cell Clips
  • Limited Edition 1000
  • Framed


The film strip portrayed in the image above is only an example of the film cells you may receive. Please note, the cells may vary from piece to piece because they are hand selected from reels of film. * When a product title is a TV show or contains music footage, we may use digital film.

This item contains clips of film, an image portraying the movie(s), artist(s) or character(s) and a stunning descriptive plaque. These elements have been double mounted and placed within a beautiful black wood frame. Each item comes with a certificate stating its authenticity.