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  • Name: ART & ARTISTS Posters 1940s Movie Posters 1940s part 1 – hanging movie posters
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  • Name: The Godfather Part 2 movie poster Fantastic Movie posters SciFi movie posters Horror movie – hanging movie posters
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hanging movie posters Download-Han Solo Movie Poster 8-j


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  • Name: Han Solo Movie Poster – hanging movie posters
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  • Name: Casablanca United Artists Italian Locandina X Nano Art e of the most Available at 2013 July 27 28 Movie Posters – hanging movie posters
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Originally, film posters were generated for the exclusive use by the cinemas exhibiting the film the poster was produced for, as well as were needed to be returned to the distributor after the film left the theater. In the USA, movie posters were generally returned to a nationwide operation called the National Screen Service (NSS) which printed and also distributed the majority of the movie posters for the workshops in between 1940 as well as 1984. As an economy measure, the NSS routinely recycled posters that were returned, sending them back out to be used once again at one more theater. During this time around, a film can stay in flow for several years, therefore several old film posters were severely used prior to being retired right into storage at an NSS storehouse (usually, they were thrown out when they were no longer needed or had actually become also put on to be used once more). Those posters which were not returned were frequently thrown out by the movie theater proprietor, yet some located their means into the hands of collectors.

Beginning in the 1980s, the American movie studio started taking control of straight production and circulation of their posters from the National Screen Service as well as the process of making as well as distributing film posters became decentralized in that nation.