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Whether it is located on a billboard, in the Movie theater hallway, dorm room, or basementa, spectacular film poster has the ability to grab any movie fan's attention. I have always believed that film posters are much more than just marketing material, they are art form in their own right. In fact, some posters have even become as, or in some cases more, iconic than the Movie itself. 1958s Attack of 50 Foot Woman is a great example of a poster that go on to transcend the movie it was advertising. Part of the reason posters for films like the aforementioned Attack of 50 Foot Woman have become so popular and iconic today is because they remind film fans of the bygone Era. Back in the Golden Era of Hollywood, film posters were far bigger deal than they are today. Nowadays, film posters feel like lost art. This is mainly due to the fact that modern day societys preference for digital media over physical media has lessened the importance of effective and creative packaging. Therefore, less time is spent on creating memorable film posters. There has been a similar trend in music as well, with album covers. In my opinion, there is a complete and utter lack of creativity problem when it comes to film posters today. Because of this issue, it is very rare for a new film poster to stand out. To be honest, most of them end up looking the exact same. Dont believe me? See for yourself. And the back to camera pose isnt only example of modern day poster cliche. If one were to take a look at the romantic-comedy category on Netflix, they would see a never-ending scroll of posters featuring two leads leaning back to back with some sort of smirk or smile on their face. Clearly, Hollywood has lost its inventiveness when it comes to creating film posters. Despite recent underwhelming trends in film poster art form, there are still large amount of inventive and iconic posters worth celebrating. And that is why I have decided to compile a list of what I consider to be 15 greatest film posters of all time.

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48. Mean Streets

This is the original Italian movie Poster from movie Poster from 1975 for initial, theatrical release OF Mean Streets starring Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, David Proval, Amy Robinson and Robert Carradine. Martin Scorsese directed the film. Averardo Ciriello is the artist for Poster. 2 Fogli movie Poster measures 39 x 55 and is in very good to excellent condition with minimal wear from previous handling and storage. It was folded at the time of printing. Most folds flatten out nicely for framing and are often desirable for vintage, collectible movie posters. Please look closely at the photos. Black squares on the corners of Poster are magnets and not pins. This very rare and collectible poster, printed in 1975 to promote the initial, Italian theatrical release OF Mean Streets, is not reproduction or reprint. CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY include Year Poster print: 1975 country: Italy Size: 39 in x 55 in artist: Averardo Ciriello customers in United States: Free Standard Shipping on Orders OF {matheq}25+ °{endmatheq} 5. 99 Shipping on Orders less than 25 Shipping upgrades available at checkout. Customers in Canada: Standard Shipping: Starting at 14. 99 USD Shipping upgrades available at checkout. Customers from Other Countries: Standard Shipping: Starting at 18. 99-21. 99 USD Shipping upgrades available at checkout. International buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply.

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43. The Thing

Iconic Poster for 1982 classic American sci-fi horror film Thing was made in just 24 hours. The movie, directed by John Carpenter and written by Bill Lancaster, is based on the 1938 John W. Campbell Jr. Novella Who go There?, And centers on a group of American researchers in Antarctica who encounter a parasitic thing that go on to imitate other organismsincluding, sled dogsand wreak havoc on their base camp. The famous poster for the movie was created by Drew Struzan, American illustrator known for his more than 150 movie posters. Other movies he designs posters for include Shawshank Redemption and Blade Runner, as well as films in Indiana Jones, Back to Future, and Star Wars series. Struzan has since become an icon in the world of movie art. Struzan also went on to create covers for various albums and books, and his numerous works of art have been displayed in galleries and published in printed collections. There was even a 2013 documentary based on his career; Drew: Man Behind Poster, details his life and work and interviews directors and other film personnel he works with. Most recently, Struzan came out of retirement to create multiple posters for the 2019 release of How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World.

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38. Rosemary's Baby

A classic horror film that inspired one of most famous vintage movie posters of all time, Rosemary Baby is still terrifying audiences more than 50 years after its release. Amongst our collection of old film posters is the iconic Steve Frankfurt and Philip Gips design vintage poster, which depicts Film art of Mia Farrows ghostly profile looming over silhouetted pram in mystical hues of green, with text Pray for Rosemary Baby. The Film / Art Gallery stocks both US and international styles of vintage Rosemary Baby movie posters including; US 1 Sheet, French, Polish and very rare Japanese 2 Panel. Rosemarys Baby was written and directed by Roman Polanski and based on the book Rosemarys Baby by Ira Levin. It explores themes of mental health, women's liberation, religion and occult. In the movie, Mia Farrow plays Rosemary Woodhouse, newlywed who has moved with her husband Guy into a New York apartment. Little do couple know their neighbors are secret satanists, who plot to have Rosemary impregnated by a Devil. The film was a critical and commercial success and earned a number of awards, including a Golden Globe for Mia Farrow and an Oscar for Ruth Gordon. The movie set a new benchmark for horror and inspired other Satan-theme films that follow it, including Exorcist and Omen. In 2014, Rosemarys Baby was selected for preservation in the national Film Registry by the Library of Congress.

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