30 Vintage Swedish Movie Posters for Hollywood

Safety Last! (Skandias, 1924)


Here is my long-threatened sequel to "20 Swedish Posters for 1930s Hollywood." This time the posters range from the silent era through the 40s. Many of the posters are the work of designers Eric Rohman and Gösta Åberg (I gave credits whenever possible).


Most of the scans are from expired auction listings at HA.


Also see Hallå!: 25 Vintage Posters from Sweden.




Flying Pat (Famous Players Lasky, 1920)
artist: Håkansson






Crack-Up (20th Century Fox, 1936)
artist: Eric Rohman






Charlie Chan at the Olympics (20th Century Fox, 1937)
artist: Eric Rohman






Trouble in Paradise (Paramount, 1932)
artist: Gösta Åberg
(one of my favorite movies)






Tarnished Lady (Paramount, 1931)






detail






Anna Christie (MGM, 1930)
artist: Eric Rohman






Modern Times, 1936






Harold Lloyd poster, 1933
artist: Tor Hörlin






The Killers (Universal, 1946)
artist: Martin Gavler (I learned from Martin Klasch)






Now I'll Tell (Fox, 1934)
artist: Aslund






Bureau of Missing Persons (Warner Brothers, First National, 1933)
artist: Fuchs






Betty of Greystone (Triangle, 1916)
artist: Håkansson






Billions (Metro, 1920)






detail






The Mummy, 1929
via Martin Klasch






The Invisible Ray, 1936
artist: Fuchs
via Martin Klasch






The Black Cat (Universal, 1941)
artist: Gösta Åberg






The Wolf Man (Universal, 1943)
artist: Gösta Åberg






Mystery of Edwin Drood (Universal, 1935)






detail






The Dragon Murder Case (Warner Brothers, 1934)
artist: Gösta Åberg






Stamboul Quest (MGM, 1934)
artist: Gösta Åberg






Speak Easily (MGM, 1932)
artist: Carl Gustav Berglow






Doughboys (MGM, 1930)
artist: Gösta Åberg
nice Buster Keaton font






The Silver Slave (Warner Brothers, 1927)






We Have Our Moments (Universal, 1937)
artist: Gösta Åberg






Words and Music (Fox, 1929)
artist: Eric Rohman






The Crime of the Century (Paramount, 1933)
artist: Gösta Åberg






Woman (Hiller & Wick, 1918)