|POLISH FILM POSTERS.
Poster Title (
same as Polish film title )
/ original film title
language / country ( shown first if more than 1 country
of film production ) use abbreviation(s)
Date of poster
design ( usually same as date of film release in Poland.
Not the original release )
original film release
- There are currently 7053 posters in
this database (3160 with images) designed by 420 known
artists. Some information may not be available; especially circulation,
original release date and original titles. In the "Artist's
name" category, there are 124 posters designed by "Unknown"
and 37 more by "Anonymous" pre-war authors. 12 entries
lack info on the country of film origin and 3 - the design year.
Another 16 are dated by approximation.
- Case insensitive. Any misspellings will affect
the search. Full string query required. Example : in "author"
field, Bodna will not give results for Bodnar,
same with 197 for 1971 in the "year"
- If not sure of the original title, try both
"Polish" and "English / original title" fields
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comments, requests, etc.
: A=Austria, AFG=Afganistan,
ALG=Algeria, ARG=Argentina, AUS=Australia, B=Belgium, BG=Bulgaria,
BRA=Brazil, CH=Switzerland, CHI=China, CND=Canada, CS=Czechoslovakia,
CUB=Cuba, D=West Germany, DDR=East Germany, DK=Denmark, E=Spain,
EGY=Egypt, F=France, GB=Great Britain, GR=Greece, GUI=Guinea,
H=Hungary, HK=Hong Kong, I=Italy, IND=India, ISL=Iceland, ISR=Israel,
IV=Ivory Coast, J=Japan, MEX=Mexico, MONG=Mongolia, MOR=Morocco,
N=Norway, N.KOR=North Korea, NL=The Netherlands, NZ=New Zealand,
PAK=Pakistan, PER=Peru, PL=Poland, R=Romania, SEN=Senegal, S=Sweden,
SF=Finland, SU=Soviet Union, SYR=Syria, TUN=Tunisia, TUR=Turkey,
US=United States, VEN=Venezuela, N.VIET=North Vietnam, YU=Yugoslavia