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December 28, 2009

Bizarre hand-drawn movie posters from Africa

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From This Blog Rules:

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"Temporary cinemas became common in Ghana in the 80s because of video cassette technology.

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When 'mobile cinema' operators traveled from town to town creating these temporary cinemas,

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they needed movie posters in order to promote the movies.

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They hired artists who were given total freedom to paint the posters as they wanted,

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some of them didn't even watch the movies,

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and that is why the result was interesting and bizarre movie posters...."

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LOL, those are GREAT!
Aside of lots of fun scrutinizing the posters, the construction of the rifle scope in Anaconda 3 is optically amazing ;-)

Posted by: Joe Peach | Dec 28, 2009 5:10:39 PM

None of these posters look remotely like anyone in the movie...

Posted by: Jesse | Dec 28, 2009 3:44:58 PM

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