“Come to the Cabaret…A divinely decadent experience !”

A marvellous ‘different’ Polish one-sheet film poster with Wiktor Gorka artwork that is unique to Polish cinemas for Bob Fosse’s Oscar winning masterpiece “Cabaret”. Much more than a musical and more of a political statement “Cabaret” has established itself as one of the greatest choreographed musicals of all time with Liza Minnelli’s portrayal of nightclub singer Sally Bowles winning her the Best Actress Oscar. One of eight Academy Awards scooped by the film. This beautiful, rolled (as issued) example is from the 1990’s Polish re-release that retains Gorka’s iconic imagery from earlier first release. It displays very well with minimal handling & age wear. The red background is deep and unfaded and the central colours of the four-legged illustration vibrant. A very scarce and hard to find film poster which represents a truly desirable item of original Eastern European ‘alternative’ collectable film movie memorabilia.

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Trivia: With this film, Liza Minnelli was able to achieve something that her mother Judy Garlandwas never able to do: She won an Academy Award. In fact, the press speculated that Minnelli’s Oscar was perhaps restitution for Judy being passed over for all those years

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1972, 1990’s Release


Polish One Sheet (26.5" x 38"), Single Sided

Country of Origin



Very fine / originally rolled (as issued)


Bob Fosse


Helmut Griem, Joel Grey, Liza Minnelli, Marisa Berenson, Michael York

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