Sunday, February 19, 2017

1938 Swedish Snow White One Sheet

Snövit och de 7 dvärgarna movie poster from the 1938 theatrical release in Sweden. Distributed by RKO. Folded. Approximate one-sheet size of 27" x 41". Tenggren artwork reimagined by artist Aberg. Printed by Borås Kliché & Litografiska AB.



Images via Heritage Auctions.


Another example of the same poster design.

Vintage Belgian "Give-Away" Poster

A beautiful mini-poster from Belgium with text in both French and Dutch. The fairytale story of Snow White is printed on back side. Circa 1939. Probably a free give-away item.




Image scans courtesy of the Nunziante Valoroso Collection

Saturday, February 18, 2017

1992 Blanche Neige Lobby Cards from France

The lobby cards for the 1992 Snow White theatrical re-release in France. Dimension: 28 x 22 cm. Complete set of eight, plus original envelope. Distributed by Warner Bros.









Special thanks to Greg Philip of A Lost Film and collector Edgar Winkler for supplying the image scans and additional information.

Israeli Snow White Poster

An Israeli Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (שלגיה ושבעת הגמדים) movie poster. Folded. Thin paper. Measures 40" x 24". Printed and distributed in Israel, circa 1970s.

Image and info via judaica-bookstore.

Turkish Snow White Premiere Program

A few years ago, blogger Kaya Özkaracalar posted this cover to a Pamuk Prenses ve Yedi Cüce theater program from the movie's 1938 premiere in Turkey. At the time, this 12-page booklet was up for auction at Pera Mezat.

Snow White opened on December 21, 1938 at the Taksim and Sümer cinemas, located in central Istanbul. The film prints were dubbed in French. We can see on the cover of the program, the text is in both Turkish and French. The book was printed by EMEL Basimevi--İstanbul.



In another post from the same Disneyville site, we learn more about the Snow White screenings in Turkey. This movie ad from the December 16th, 1938 edition of the Turkish newspaper, Cumhuriyet, promotes the same December 21st premieres at the Taksim and Sümer.



From Özkaracalar's blog post:
On January 11th, 1939, Pamuk Prenses ve Yedi Cüce began to be screened in the Ferah cinema in the Şehzadebaşı district of the 'old city' region of Istanbul. On February 1st, it was released in the Tayyare cinema in İzmir. In November, it re-appeared in Istanbul, this time in the Akın cinema in the central Pangaltı district. There were further screenings in Istanbul in 1940 and 1941.

Friday, February 17, 2017

2001 UK Home Video Posters

Seven Dwarfs promotional poster and banner from the Unite Kingdom. They date from the October 1, 2001 DVD home video release of Snow White.


Images courtesy of Greg Philip of A Lost Film.