Movie Poster – The Tiger and the Pussycat, Josef Vyleťal, 1968


Movie poster designed for Dino Risi’s comedy drama starring Ann-Margret and Vittorio Gassman by Czech award winning graphic designer and fine artist Josef Vyleťal.

  • Movie title: The Tiger and the Pussycat
  • Poster design: Josef Vyleťal, 1968
  • Poster size: A3 (41.1 x 28.1 cm)
  • Poster condition: Exc.

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Josef Vyleťal’s surreal collage poster design for 60’s comedy with Vittorio Gassman.

poster designJosef Vyleťal, 1968

Poster is in A3 format (41.1 x 28.1 cm). Unfolded. Slight crease on edges. Soft folds in some corners. Bit loose in black. Excellent condition (NOT PHOTOGRAPHED, PLEASE ASK IF YOU WISH TO SEE A PHOTO).

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.


Josef Vyleťal (1940 – 1989) – Czech painter, graphic artist and film or theatre set designer. He studied architecture at the Technical University in Bratislava and at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. In between 1964 – 1979 he created 115 movie posters. His major influences were surrealism and paintings by North Renaissance old masters. He was married to fine artist and award winning poster designer Olga Poláčková-Vyleťalová.

Award Winning Poster by Josef Vyleťal:

  • 1979 – 2nd prize The Hollywood Reporter Magazine, Silver Hugo at the International Film Festival in Chicago (Beauty and the Beast)


Explore excellent collection of

60s movie posters made in Czechoslovakia.

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