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Comedy Movie Posters

Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

Comedy Movie Posters


Original Vintage Movie Posters @ Film/Art Gallery

Film/Art Gallery sells thousands of movie posters, and some of the most popular, as evidenced by the comedy section of our website, are the classic comedy movie posters.

If you are looking for a vintage comedy movie poster, trust the Film/Art Gallery team to provide you with high quality, collector-grade pieces of film art

COMEDY MOVIE POSTERS: TOP FAVORITES

Young Frankenstein


This 1974 film, directed by comedy genius Mel Brooks, features Gene Wilder as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, a distant relative of Victor Frankenstein, Peter Boyle as the Monster with the Abby Normal Brain, and a slew of other famous cast members.

The Young Frankenstein poster features Brooks and Peter Boyle as the monster.

Some Like It Hot

A famous comedy featuring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, Some Like It Hot (1959) ,directed by Billy Wilder, is considered one of the best comedy films of all time.

The poster features Monroe, together with Lemmon and Curtis in drag.

Pretty Woman

Another classic comedy movie poster features a beautiful and sexy prostitute played by Julie Roberts and the cold-hearted businessman played by Richard Gere who hires her for a business arrangement and then falls in love with her.

In a 1990 film directed by Gary Marshall, the Pretty Woman poster features Gere and Roberts in a back-to-back pose.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

Who doesn't love Chevy Chase as dufus Clark Griswald trying and badly failing to present his family with the best Christmas ever?

Full of sight gags, this 1989 film directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik is a family classic. The poster features Clark in a Santa suit, falling off the roof.

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters is perhaps everybody's favorite comedy movie. Film/Art Gallery, as always, offers the original comedy movie film art, not copies.

Ghostbusters, a 1984 film by director Ivan Reitman, features Peter Venkman,
Ray Stanz and Egon Spengler, played by Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, and Harold Ramis respectively as bogus paranormalists who encounter the real thing.

The poster features the trio in military gear, with their proton packs ready.

The Blues Brothers

A 1980 film by director John Landis, The Blues Brothers featured “Joliet" Jake Blues, played by John Belushi and his brother Elwood, played by Dan Akroyd.

On a mission from God to save an orphanage, the film is basically a raucous adventure into mayhem.

The poster features Jake and Elwood dancing atop an upside-down police car.

National Lampoon’s Vacation

A 1983 outing by Chase, together with Beverly D'Angelo with a guest spot by Christie Brinkley, this Harold Ramis film features a bumbling Clark trying to take his family on a relaxing vacation across the country, which fails miserably.

The poster features Clark, with a raised tennis racket and luggage, being grasped by D'Angelo and Brinkley, each with one leg.

Trading Places

A 1983 comedy directed by John Landis, this age-old plot shows snotty stock trader Louis Winthrop, played by Dan Akroyd, and street hustler Billy Ray Valentine, played by Eddie Murphy, essentially trading lives for most of the movie.

The most coveted film art for this movie, which is a British movie poster version, features Akroyd and Murphy looking at the mirror and transforming before their very eyes.

Comedy Movie Posters & Film/Art Gallery

Film/Art Gallery sells many more comedy movie posters, and chances are, we have your original, personal favorite. Regardless if you are looking for a gift, a new wall piece or something extra for your collection, trust Film/Art Gallery with your comedy movie poster needs.