POSTER GALLERY  --view over 500 12th.jpeg German film original posters from 1927–1954 from Germany and from across Europe!   

 

 

Note!  Posters in the Poster Gallery are PERMANENT acquisitions which are NOT FOR SALE!!   ONLY the posters listed in our POSTER STORE are for sale.  (They have a price and order button to use.)

 

D I F U,   the   Deutsch – Italienische  Film–Union  

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Over time, we have acquired a number of original film publications of the "DIFU" import/export company. DIFU was established after a trip to Berlin by Italian Minister for Popular Culture Alessandro Pavolini; as an agreement with Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels to import Italian films into Greater Germany via dubbed/synchronised versions; and the export of Third Reich films into Fascist Italy  with dubbed/synchronised versions, in return.

The “Deutsch–Italienisch Film–Union” firm between Germany and Italy was established in 1937 and in the remaining months of that foundation year only one film was able to be released. It was the film Mario,* that told the Ballila story, and under the aegis of Reich Minister Dr. Goebbels and Reich Youth Leader Baldur von Schirach, in attendance by the Führer, a strong participation by Party officials, the Wehrmacht, and the diplomatic corps, the film had its festive premiere in Berlin. ––Filme unter südlicher Sonne, Reihe der Filmschriften, Heft 18, Berlin ("published in collaboration with the DIFU").

* Mario was the German title for Vecchia Guardia (1933).

 The  DIFU film advertising for both Bengasi and Giarabub in the March 3, 1943 issue of the popular German weekly film magazine, FILMWELT:

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BELOW  is our inventory of DIFU film materials. Note that all of them use the German translated film title, not the original Italian film title.  Check our Publications page under "Original film pressbooks and scripts"  for some italian film pressbooks and cinema owners' guides (Werberatschläge) which we also own for certain films, such as Bengasi, Luciano Serra–Pilote  or Noi vivi!, but for which we do not have the "DIFU" corresponding German language original publication.

 

 

Symbols legend:


+  = Werberatschlag
†  =  Presseheft
*   = Handzettel
º   =  World premiere cinema invitation card
€   =  Our Collection has a DIFU poster for this film.

Italian film materials for the German synchronised versions imported into Germany between 1941 and 1944, in our Collection:

Alarm im Warenhaus † º
Alkazar + * €
Bengasi *  (this film was not shown in Germany, as the film's dubbing was not completed until the first week of May 1943 and the Axis capitulated in North Africa on 12 May that year to the Allies.)
Der Kavalier mit der Maske †
Der Verrat von Dschibuti *
Die geheimisvolle Villa +
Die Liebeslüge + †
Die Nachtigall von San Marco *
Die Sünde der Rogelia Sanchez †
Die Tochter des Korsaren †
Die weiße Schwadron + €
Dokumente ZIII †
Ehen in Verwirrung +
Einer für Alle (Uomini sul Fondo) 
Flammen in Florenz + º
Frau am Abgrund †
Fräulein Frechdachs *
Gefährliche Frauen †
Glückliche Heimkehr *
In der roten Hölle  *
Kapitän Orlando †
Karawane *
Liebesfrau – Liebesleid + †
Lotterie der Liebe †
Mädchen in Not *
Mein Leben für Dich*
Melodie der Liebe †
Rivalen der Zarin +
Rückkehr ins Leben *
Salonpiraten + †
Santuzza †
Scheinwerfer im Nebel + €
Schlaumeier & Co. + †
Skandal am Dora †
Stürme über Morreale + †
Tat ohne Zeugen + †
Todfeinde + †
Unsichtbare Ketten*
Verlassen †
Verliebte Herzen †
Verliebte Unschuld +
Verschlossene Lippen +
Vorbestraft + † €
Walzer einer Nacht + †
Zum Schwarrzen Panther +