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Fantastic Polish movie posters of well-known American films
12.03.2014
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Fantastic Polish movie posters of well-known American films


Rosemary’s Baby by Andrzej Pągowski, 1968

I’m really digging these Polish movie posters of American films… especially the one for Rosemary’s Baby which is pictured above. I found a few of them perplexing, though. Like the one for Terms of Endearment. I get that it’s a mom and daughter talking on the phone, but I’m not sure it gets its message across all that clearly. And the Dirty Dancing poster. That one misses the dartboard entirely!

I’ve added the artists names and dates at the bottom of the images in case you gotta have one and want to locate it on eBay or site that sells Polish movie posters. One of these might make a nice holiday gift for that special film fanatic in your life.


Vertigo by Roman Cieślewicz, 1958
 

Alien by Jakub Erol, 1979
 

The Pink Panther by Jan Młodożeniec, 1963
 

Planet of the Apes by Eryk Lipiński, 1968
 

Fatal Attraction by Maciej Kałkus, 1987
 

Terms of Endearment by Andrzej Pągowski, 1983
 

Dirty Dancing by Mieczysław Wasilewski, 1987
 

Raiders of the Lost Ark by Mirosław Łakomski, 1981
 

Raiders of the Lost Ark by Jakub Erol, 1981
 

The Empire Strikes Back by Mirosław Łakomski, 1980
 

Star Wars by Jakub Erol, 1977

via Imgur and h/t WFMU

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