Movie Posters

32 New Fantastic Reimagined Posters from Turner Classic Movies

The poster for 'The Conversation' is simply perfect...

I am sure most of you remember the collection of 12 teaser posters Turner Classic Movies released last July in celebration of their "Summer Under the Stars," which is their 31-day series of films featuring a new actor every day. Well, they have debuted even more posters... 32 of them as a matter of fact, and over the next six pages I have every single one of them for you.

Seeing how it is already August 13th, here is the list of actors left to have their day:

  • August 13 - Gloria Grahame
  • August 14 - Sidney Portier
  • August 15 - Deborah Kerr
  • August 16 - Elvis Presley
  • August 17 - Jennifer Jones
  • August 18 - John Wayne
  • August 19 - Red Skelton
  • August 20 - Miriam Hopkins
  • August 21 - Gene Hackman
  • August 22 - Sterling Hayden
  • August 23 - Angela Lansbury
  • August 24 - Fredric March
  • August 25 - Merle Oberon
  • August 26 - Yul Brynner
  • August 27 - Ida Lupino
  • August 28 - Frank Sinatra
  • August 29 - Peter Sellers
  • August 30 - Jean Arthur
  • August 31 - Claire Bloom

You can get more information on the series, including the list of movies being shown and more at TCM's official site, but for now... let's get to the posters, which include the following films:

  • An Affair to Remember
  • Beat the Devil
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray
  • Dr. Strangelove
  • Excuse My Dust
  • Gilda
  • Grapes of Wrath
  • The Green Berets
  • Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
  • High Society (please stop emailing me telling me it's The Philadelphia Story)
  • Jailhouse Rock
  • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  • The Magnificent Seven
  • Mogambo
  • North by Northwest
  • Only Angels Have Wings
  • The President's Analyst
  • Roman Holiday
  • Safety Last!
  • Show People
  • The Big Heat
  • The Conversation (easily my favorite of the bunch)
  • The Haunting
  • The Letter
  • The Mouse that Roared
  • The Pirate
  • The Servant
  • They Drive by Night
  • To Catch a Thief
  • Trouble in Paradise
  • Wuthering Heights

If you would like to browse the teaser posters again click here. Enjoy!

Photo: Turner Classic Movies

Photo: Turner Classic Movies
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  • http://thekingbulletin.blogspot.com Danny

    Great stuff here. The Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde one is great also.

  • Johanna

    God, why don't I have TCM...!

  • Bob Saget

    I wish some of these were for sale.

  • WillE

    I wish real movie posters were like that. They are so artistic and cool.

  • joel

    "I wish real movie posters were like that. They are so artistic and cool."

    About half of these are exactly like everyday movies posters, with absurd giant floating heads that tell you nothing about the movie, just who is in it. The first set was pretty solid, but this second set is a real mixed bag. TCM should show a better eye for consistency and innovation rather than resorting to the same-old same-old. Next thing you know they'll start using the Trajan font.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t87QKdOJNv8

  • Leandro Dubost

    I really liked the Roman Holyday poster, it's the one I would put on my wall if I had a copy.

    But truth be told: the poster for "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" is brillant! Loved it!! It's the kind of poster that one immediately sell the movie to anyone walking through a multiplex! Really well made!

  • Carson Dyle

    I think the one for The Letter is my favourite. Badass Bette Davis...

    Well, the opening of The Letter is kinda badass anyway. So it fits perfectly. Shame the other Wyler poster is a bit bland...