Tajms Skver – lobby card poster 3 of 3, Yugoslavia, 1981


1981 Yugoslavian lobby cards for TIMES SQUARE (1980)


The last of the Yugoslavian lobby card posters features four images we’ve seen before: Johnny at the mic, Roberto watching Nicky watching Pammy dance, Pammy watching Nicky sing, and Aggie Doone’s debut, which hasn’t appeared on this site, but if you follow the links you’ve seen it at Karen Dean’s (DefeatedandGifted’s) page.


And that is the solution to the mystery of where exactly the images on the Yugoslavian posters came from, as they’ve been obviously cut and pasted together with the ZF logo pasted into them. We’ll see it in more detail in the next few posts. Meanwhile, here are the individual images from the poster, separated as if they were actual lobby cards, which they were not.


Would you like to know more?
Times Square lobby cards, Germany, 1982 (post 2 of 5)
U.K. Lobby Cards (post 2 of 3)
U.K. Lobby Cards (post 3 of 3)


[Tajms SkverTimes Square lobby card poster, 3 of 3]
poster, AAT ID: 300027221
Yugoslavia ; 46.6 x 34.5 cm. (work)
765 px (H) x 1080 px (W), 96 dpi, 410 kb
771 px (H) x 1080 px (W), 96 dpi, 423 kb
769 px (H) x 1080 px (W), 96 dpi, 433 kb
771 px (H) x 1080 px (W), 96 dpi, 438 kb
769 px (H) x 1080 px (W), 96 dpi, 484 kb (images)


Times Square ©1980 StudioCanal/Canal+


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