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Renáta Vlochová, Operation Negligee, 1968

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Movie Poster of the Week: “Anne of the Thousand Days” and the Romanian Movie Poster on Notebook | MUBI

Movie Poster of the Week: “Anne of the Thousand Days” and the Romanian Movie Poster on Notebook

Le passe-muraille poster

Movie Poster of the Week: “Le passe-muraille” a. Peek-a-Boo" on Notebook

In Praise of the East European Film Poster: Design Observer

In Praise of the East European Film Poster

Karel Teissig, Mother Joan of the Angels, poster for Polish film, Czechoslovakia, 1961

Movie Poster of the Week: "Dogtown and Z-Boys" on Notebook | MUBI

To mark the winding down of summer, a gem this week from the best movie poster store in New York City: Posteritati. I found this Japanese poster for Stacy…

Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of the Stenberg Brothers Part Two on Notebook | MUBI

Stenberg Brother's poster for Buster Keaton's Sherlock Holmes Jr.

Movie Posters of the Week: Early Chabrol on Notebook | MUBI

Movie Posters of the Week: Early Chabrol on Notebook

Ludovic Debeurme

A fantastical poster for a Jacques Doillon film yet to be shown in the US, and the work of its artist, Ludovic Debeurme.

LOST SQUADRON (the)

The-Lost-Squadron-RenePeron.jpg (Image JPEG, 900 × 664 pixels) / for The Lost Squadron (George Archainbaud, USA, Also unsigned but attributed to Péron.

Movie Poster of the Week: “Bettina Loved a Soldier” and the Bluebird Photoplay Ads of Burton Rice on Notebook

Movie Poster of the Week: Jean Epstein’s “Les aventures de Robert Macaire” and the Posters of Jean-Adrien Mercier on Notebook

Movie Poster of the Week: “Metropolis” and the posters of Boris Bilinsky on Notebook | MUBI

Movie Poster of the Week: “Metropolis” and the posters of Boris Bilinsky on Notebook

Movie Poster of the Week: “Metropolis” and the posters of Boris Bilinsky on Notebook | MUBI

Movie poster by Boris Bilinsky, "Gribiche aka Mother of Mine" by Jacques Feyder, France.

The Singing House (Franz Antel, 1948) Austrian design by Gustav Mezey

The Singing House (Franz Antel, Austrian design by Gustav Mezey

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