From the silent era to more recent times, this selection of 15 great movie posters might be considered quite silly by contemporary standards.
While some, like those for Alfred Hitchcock’s movies, are easily recognizable, a few are perhaps less famous. Nonetheless, they are still fun to look at, so enjoy browsing through them!
1. 'Forbidden Planet' by Fred McLeod Wilcox (1956).
2. 'It' by Clarence Badger (1927).
3. 'Psycho' by Alfred Hitchcock (1960).
4. 'Casablanca' by Michael Curtiz (1942).
5. 'New York Stories' by Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese (1989).
6. 'The Freshman' by Fred C. Newmeyer and Sam Taylor (1925).
7. 'Easy Rider' by Dennis Hopper (1969).
8. 'Vertigo' by Alfred Hitchcock (1958).
9. 'Taxi Driver' by Martin Scorsese (1976).
10. 'The Getaway' by Sam Peckinpah (1972).
11. 'Chinatown' by Roman Polanski (1974).
12. 'Quo Vadis' by Gabriellino D'Annunzio and Georg Jacoby (1925).
13. 'Stolen Kisses' by Francois Truffaut (1968).
14. 'The New Adventures of Tarzan' by Wilbur McGaugh and Edward A. Kull (1935).
15. 'Mon Oncle' by Jacques Tati (1958).
Movies through the years.
We hope you enjoyed looking through our list of vintage posters! We included a wide range of styles and genres to give you a better idea of how movie poster design has changed but stayed the same.