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Initially, movie posters were produced for the exclusive use by the theaters showing the movie the poster was developed for, and also were called for to be returned to the distributor after the movie left the theater. In the United States, film posters were usually returned to a nationwide procedure called the National Display Service (NSS) which printed and distributed many of the film posters for the studios between 1940 and also 1984.

Beginning in the 1980s, the American film studios started taking control of straight production and distribution of their posters from the National Screen Service as well as the process of dispersing and making film posters ended up being decentralized because country.