“007 Die Another Day” James Bond themed playing cards, 2002.
“007 Guns & Gadgets” themed playing cards printed by Carta Mundi, 2005
This special pack celebrates the 40th anniversary of the film Jaws.
The ‘Biography Channel Card Game’, 2002
Paul Willoughby has cleverly captured the quintessence from 54 classic cult movies into a pack of playing cards. How many can you identify?
‘Dogs’ playing cards showcases 52 canine portraits in four suits as authors, artists, musicians and film stars, illustrated by Chet Phillips, 2016
Pepys “Film Fantasy” card game based on MGM’s most popular 1939 film releases, issued just at the time when WW2 began
Promotional playing cards for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film company with film stars on the court cards.
Film Stars from the 1960s with photography by Sam Levin.
Filmstars Quartet card game published by F X Schmid, Munich, c.1960
“Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels” playing cards based on the cult film, 1999
Moviestars from the golden age of cinema by Offason AB of Sweden, c.2000s
The first-ever officially licensed Firefly Playing Cards. A tribute to the Firefly TV series, featuring iconic symbols and images from the Firefly universe.
Promotional playing cards for the Paramount film company with film stars on the court cards.
‘Screen Legends’ playing cards published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 1991. Each card features a portrait of a famous film actor or actress.
“Silly Symphonies” or “Mickey Mouse Snap” manufactured by Chad Valley Co. Ltd, 1930s
‘Star Wars’ playing cards produced by Character Games, 2002
Superman World Hero™ playing cards made in Belgium by Carta Mundi