Polish Posters Revealed

Last week I posted some Polish film posters with their identifying information blurred out. Traffic was strong, participation not so. Well, what can you do? I’m still just getting up to speed here.

You can see the blurred versions at the original post, but here they are in their unadulterated form.

Considering the Sex and the City franchise is so firmly in place, it’s surprising that in Poland they’d create something so different, something that doesn’t use Sarah Jessica Parker’s face.


The Shaggy Dog (1959), the one with Fred MacMurray. Yeah, even Disney got the highly-imaginative Polish treatment.


I’m at odds with this one. True, it does evoke one of the most sinister elements of Altman’s 1975 film–it may even be a kind of a spoiler (I have to be delicate here since I don’t want this post to be a spoiler!)—but it’s just so horrific it could be counter-productive to welcoming people into the film Still, on its own terms, it’s striking as Hell.


And here’s one more for the road: Mel Brook’s Silent Movie (1976).

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2 responses to “Polish Posters Revealed

  1. Pingback: What’s That a Poster For?! « Peel Slowly

  2. Looks like the Polish flair for graphics extends beyond movie posters–check out this children’s magazine: http://minordetails.typepad.com/md_weblog/2010/04/magic-chicken.html

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