Posters for Feature Films


The Life of Buffalo Bill

The Life of Buffalo Bill

New York, August 1912. Attractive posters have long played the most important part in the proper presentation of feature films. Often companies putting a feature on the market or releasing a feature film, overlook this important part of the business. Instead of making posters of every size depicting many of the important scenes, they have a one and three-sheet posters made for their production, which results in dissatisfaction among the exhibitors. This compels them to buy left-over paper of “melodramatic” days.

To prevent this shortage of paper, the Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill Film Company, of 145 West 45th Street, New York City, have provided a full variety of posters for the proper presentation of their great Western three-reel subject “The Life of Buffalo Bill.”

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