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Movie Poster – Arnold, Vratislav Hlavatý, 1976

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Movie poster for British classic horror movie designed by Vratislav Hlavatý.

  • Movie title: Arnold
  • Poster design: Vratislav Hlavatý, 1976
  • Poster size: A3
  • Poster condition: Very nice

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Hilarious illustration for British horror movie.

  • title:  Arnold | Drahý zesnulý | UK, 1973
  • director: Georg Fenady
  • with: Stella Stevens, Roddy McDowall, Elsa Lanchester

 

poster design: Vratislav Hlavatý, 1976

Poster is folded. Some edge wear on the top edge and minor staining on edges. Tiny pinholes in the corners. Poster is in A3 format. Very nice condition.

Movie posters in our collection were promotional materials. Posters used on display in the cinemas across the former Czechoslovakia. They bear signs of their age.

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Movie poster designed by Czech artist and illustrator Vratislav Hlavatý. Author of several awarded movie posters among his 82 total score. Vratislav Hlavatý’s movie posters were made with extraordinary naive, almost childish innocence, while themes of the movies were tickling serious issues. His unusual expression brought him international recognition.

Award Winning Posters by Vratislav Hlavatý:

  • 1977-1978 – 3rd prize The Hollywood Reporter Magazine, Silver Hugo at the International Film Festival in Chicago (Harold Lloyd’s film poster)
  • 1988 – honourable mention for The Best Poster of the Year (Get Your Vouchers and Take It Easy)

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70s movie posters made in Czechoslovakia.

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posters designed by Vratislav Hlavatý.

 

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