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Film posters


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    • Film posters
  • Variants

    • Cinema posters
    • Motion picture posters
    • Movie posters
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  • Sources

    • found: Baburina, N. I. The silent film poster : Russia 1900-1930, ©2001(chiefly reproductions of Russian silent film posters)
    • found: Film posters of the 50s : the essential movies of the decade : from the Reel Poster Gallery collection, 2001.
    • found: King, E. A century of movie posters, 2003(Arranged in roughly chronological order, it brings together movie posters from around the world, starting with Charlie Chaplin film ads and the Russian Revolutionary movie posters of the 1910s, then spanning the century to show posters publicizing hits of the 1990s, including The Silence of the Lambs, Spike Lee films, and many more)
    • found: Olson, J. The queer movie poster book, ©2004.
    • found: Skinner, Inc. Important motion picture posters, 1999.
    • found: Mercier, J.A. French cinema posters, 1924-1939, ©1985.
    • found: International cinema posters from Poland, 2000.
    • found: LCSH, Oct. 4, 2017(Film posters. UF Motion picture posters; Motion pictures--Posters; Movie posters. BT Playbills. BT Posters)
    • found: Thesaurus for graphic materials, via WWW, Oct. 4, 2017:Motion picture posters (Motion picture posters. UF Film posters; Movie posters. BT Performing arts posters. RT Lobby cards)
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    • 2017-10-04: new
    • 2017-12-14: revised
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