The Terry Posters collection consists of over 18,000 posters from Czechoslovakia between 1930 and 1989. All posters are original prints from the year stated in the poster description- no copies or reprints. Posters labeled “not for sale” are represented by a single piece in our collection, and therefore we cannot put them up for sale.
From the early 1950s until 1989, leading Czechoslovak graphic artists devoted their time to the creation of film posters. It was only in Czechoslovakia and Poland that graphic artists worked on film posters to such an extent. In this section you will find posters by the 50 most influential Czechoslovakian artists, including Karel Vaca, Milan Grygar, and Zdeněk Ziegler. You can find posters by hundreds of other artists in our database. Use the search bar to find the artist you’re looking for.
This section contains posters of not only Italian and American films, but also Japanese Sci-Fi Classics, Soviet propaganda films, and Czech films of the 1960s. You can find films from more countries not shown here by using the search bar.
Take a look at these unique posters from the 1930s and 40s, alongside classic works of the ’60s and ’70s. Use our search bar to find posters from your favorite decade, all the way up until 1989.
Czech movie posters include the work of foreign film giants like Ingmar Bergman, Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti, Luis Buňuel as well as domestic legends like Miloš Forman and Jiří Menzel. Browse posters for films by hundreds of different directors with our search bar at the top of the page.
In addition to American film stars like Steve McQueen or Raquel Welch, Italian and French actors such as Bridgette Bardot, Jean Paul Belmondo, and Louis de Funés were extremely popular in Czechoslokakia. Use the search bar to find posters for films with a specific actor or actress.