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1970s Movie Posters

Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

1970s Movie Posters

Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

film art represented a different era and showed how the industry had changed. From the psychedelically colored posters of Live and Let Die to the high-quality art of The Omen, these 1970s movie posters were an essential part of cinema history. 

At Film/Art Gallery we are proud to offer a wide variety of collector-grade movie posters from this amazing decade. Here are just a few of our favorites. 


Live and Let Die (1973)

Live and Let Die is a classic poster featuring the iconic James Bond pose, a beautiful woman, and a background filled with images from the movie. A true representation of the film. These beautiful posters are truly collectible pieces. 

The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather is one of the most iconic movies in cinema history. Released in 1972, this film follows three generations of the Corleone family. This movie was a box office hit and earned several Oscars directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The original Godfather movie poster has the iconic depiction of the title being manipulated by a marionette handle. 

Magnum Force (1973)

Magnum Force is a 1973 American action film directed by Don Siegel and starring Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood, and Jill Ireland. The film was adapted from a novel of the same name by Joe Gores. The story follows Martin Riggs (Eastwood), an undercover Los Angeles police officer posing as a criminal who finds himself trapped in a plot to kill the city's most powerful mobster. Magnum Force was a huge success for Warner Bros. and was re-released in theaters during the 1980s. All of the movie posters, including ones from France and Germany, feature some sort of representation of Eastwood brandishing a large pistol. 

The Exorcist (1973)

The Exorcist was one of the most influential horror films ever made, and it's no wonder that the posters were designed with that kind of impact. Often ominous, the movie posters wonderfully portray the demonic aspect of the film. Of specific interest are the versions from France, Italy and Japan. Film/Art Gallery is proud to offer all of them. 

Jaws (1975)

The Jaws movie posters for the 1975 thriller often show a shark attacking a woman while she swims in the ocean. For most viewers, this image perfectly captures the feeling of the movie, which upon release sparked a global fear of getting back in the water. There are several versions of the poster, including a beautiful one from Poland


Movie posters were a big part of the 1970s cinema scene. It was also a time where global editions introduced viewers to alternative representations of the initial poster. 

Film/Art is here to help you with finding the right movie poster from the 1970s. Always remember we only sell original posters. No reproductions here.