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  • By Moviefan777
    June 04, 2014
    02:30 PM

    I never knew that Ozu left movie posters in his films! What a creative way to show off his cinephilia. :)
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  • By Sean
    June 04, 2014
    10:05 PM

    If I were an independent director or producer I would put movie posters in the movies to inspire others to think that there are more then just typical everyday movies out there besides mainstream Hollywood films being made today. Heck why not put one in an everyday Hollywood film even if most Americans don't care about older Hollywood, foreign, or independent films it might make them want pause the movie and go what movie is that? Maybe they'll want to look it up if ever possible if they ever pay attention to detail besides just the actor's face when watching the movie if you know what I mean by? If any of you are director's or producers maybe you should try putting some of your favorite movie posters in your movies try it out who knows it might get the younger generation curious what those movies are like? Be creative and see what happens if you do so!
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  • By Sean
    June 04, 2014
    10:25 PM

    For example if you look at The Three Amigos you'll notice that there are old vintage like movie posters in the film Now I can't say if they were authentic or real movie posters of the silent era but if you can put movie posters in an everyday Hollywood movie to get others curious about them or show an old movie in a cinema in scene to get them even more curious about them in a movie go for it I would do it if I were the director or producer! The Possibilities Are Endless!
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    • By futurestar
      May 10, 2015
      04:45 AM

      please untie your your short leash on Shoah. is it possible you could really be that stressed out by a printing error?
  • By Reeniop5
    June 05, 2014
    02:13 AM

    Brilliant! What a subtle way to pay tribute to his inspirations.
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  • By Sean
    June 07, 2014
    03:13 AM

    That's The Spirit Reeniop5!
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  • By Billy
    June 17, 2014
    01:29 AM

    Yasujiro Ozu's 1929 film, Fighting Friends, includes a poster of Ralph Ince's The Uninvited Guest (1924).
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  • By Adam_S
    June 27, 2014
    06:36 PM

    Isn't there also a poster in the Beard's room in "The Lady and the Beard"?
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  • By Michael K.
    June 27, 2014
    06:38 PM

    Thanks for the great gallery. Another American film poster, for Robert Mitchum's "Foreign Intrigue" (1956) can be seen very briefly in the Café Étoile scene of Ozu's "Tokyo Twilight" (1957).
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  • By QuQCDegueulasse
    August 07, 2014
    07:49 PM

    In Dragnet Girl (1933) there's a French poster for Lewis Milestone's All Quiet On The Western Front (1930).
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