German Films Poster Collection
About the Posters
The William Gillespie Collection
Veit Harlan's Jud Süß and Hippler's Der Ewige Jude
Recent loans from the collection
Potsdam poster exhibition 12 April–28 August 2019
Our most expensive & inexpensive finds!
Our first–ever acquisition!
Original Film Pressbooks & Scripts
Film Premiere Programmes
"Der Deutsche Film" Zeitschrift
Der Deutsche Film INDEX/REGISTER
Jahrgang 1 - page 1
Jahrgang 1 - page 2
Jahrgang 2 - page 1
Jahrgang 2 - page 2
Jahrgang 3 - page 1
Jahrgang 3 - page 2
Jahrgang 4 - page 1
Jahrgang 4 - page 2
Jahrgang 5 - page 1
Jahrgang 5 - page 2
Jahrgang 5 - page 3
Jahrgang 5 - page 4
Der Deutsche Film subscription letter
1935 Film Congress
Poster Exhibition in Berlin, March 1939
Riefenstahl's "Olympia" Film (1938)
"Ohm Krüger" (1941)
Karl Ritter Book
INDEX -"Karl Ritter" book, 2nd edition
"Blutendes Deutschland" (1933)
Blutendes Deutschland Copy
Hannes Stelzer ( † 1944)
Klaus Detlef Sierck ( † 1944)
Film censorship cards
Ostland Film G-m-b-H
The D F G production company
D I F U
"Alcazar" (1940, Genina)
"Der 5. Juni" (1943, banned)
Harlan "Jud Süß" trial 1949
"Hitlerjunge Quex" (1933)
"In der roten Hölle" (Edgar Neville)
Frente de Madrid / Carmen fra i Rossi / In der roten Hölle / In der roten Hoelle Copy
In the Red Hell. essay
Uƒa Kulturfilm – Informationen
Ufa 25th Anniversary
Werner Krauss & JUD SÜß
Occupied Paris 1942
Wilhelm Althaus Estate
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"Besatzung Dora" ( † 1943)
"The Making of The Crew of the Dora"
Excerpt from our "Dora" book
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Karl Ritter's Legion Condor (1939, unfinished)
Unser DORA Buch in Berlin liefbar
500 German film original posters from 1927–1954 from Germany and from across Europe!
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RARE ITEMS FOR SALE !
"SA MANN BRAND" rare 1934 Manhattan cinema ticket
This is an extremely rare cinema ticket, valid for any one of the five scheduled screenings of the NSDAP Sturmabteilung feature film,
SA MANN BRAND,
for 29 May 1934 at the 96th Street Theatre in Manhattan's Yorkville neighbourhood.
The 96th Street Theater screened imported Third Reich German feature films and documentaries for the German–speaking population of New York City until war between the USA and Reich was declared in December 1941. We have in our Collection two 4 page handbills from this cinema, advertising such films, such as for the Luftwaffe 1939 military film
SA MANN BRAND
was the first of the three "Movement" films
portraying the very bloody 'Kampfzeit' of the Nazi Party during the Weimar years leading up to Hitler's assumption of power. The other two, of course being
We own both of the original posters for this film. One of them is shown here (and both are to be found in our Poster Gallery.)
The cinema ticket measures a large 15 cm X 8 cm (6 inches X 3 1/2 inches) and is printed on heavy cardboard. The back side of the ticket has a shopping list of grocery items someone made in with pencil and fountain pen. Note that the text is written in German, not English.
We will also include a complete, albeit hole–punched and creased, 8 page cinema program for the film, printed in Germany in 1933, the 'Illustrierte Film–Kurier' program. Worldwide airmail shipping and Paypal/credit card fees are also included in this price.
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