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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

RIP Polish Poster Designer Waldemar Świerzy

Skolimowski
[Most via the indispensable
Polish movie poster database. Google image search offers hundreds, even thousands more.]
blowup
SWIsamposrodmiasta

SWInocnykowboj

SWIscarecrow

SWInikodyzma

SWIbillyklamca

SWIleningrad

SWIrzeczywistosc

Polish Poster

Polish Poster

SWImuppethollywd

SWIapocalypse

SWIblowup2

SWIhatari

SWI400batow

2 Responses to “RIP Polish Poster Designer Waldemar Świerzy”

  1. Bob Strauss says:

    Thanks so much for this, Ray.

    What a gorgeous Thanksgiving treat.

  2. Thanks for sharing this, Ray. Great Job You Do with your blog.

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