“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.
Advertising pack designed by J. Passos and first printed by Cromografía Irández, Barcelona, c.1926. Re-printed in 1995
Baraja Artistas del Cine Mudo, c.1926
Baraja Cinematográfica printed by J. M. Arnau, Barcelona, 1925-26
Baraja PEPLVM features cartoons by Ortuño of famous actors and actresses in roles from epic Roman movies
The ‘Biography Channel Card Game’, 2002
“Cine Manual” by Antonio Vercher Coll (1900-1934) and published by Reclamos Cimadevilla, Valencia, c.1927
The deck is described on the box as “a portfolio of photographs of the leading lights of the stage”
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
“Domino Cinematográfico” published by Talleres Gráficos Irández, Barcelona, c.1925
Promotional deck produced by the British gentleman’s magazine “Esquire” c.2002
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.
Filmstar-Parade Quartet card game published by F X Schmid, Munich, c.1958
“Filmstars” deck published by Publistar, printed by La Ducale (France), 1962
Harry Potter Spanish-suited deck made in Argentina, c.2001.
Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire, 2005.
Harry Potter Hogwarts playing cards, c.2016.
Hollywood Stars by Maple Leaf B.V., Amsterdam, 1957
Jurassic Park card game made in Argentina, 2004.
Lara Croft Tomb Raider 20 Years Commemorative Deck, 2016.
Lego Batman Movie playing cards, 2017
Les Géants d'un Mythe created by François Poulain and manufactured by Grimaud, 1983.
“Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels” playing cards based on the cult film, 1999
Special souvenir playing cards for entertainment events such as theatre or sport were an early form of merchandising. After the first edition of this deck in 1916, subsequent issues featured new photos as new stars rose to fame.
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.
A brief History of Pepys Games by Rex Pitts
Schlager Film Revue “Hot and Sweet” Quartett für Teenager, c.1960
‘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
“STAR WARS Episode 1” playing cards printed by U.S. Playing Card Co., c.1999
Superman World Hero™ playing cards made in Belgium by Carta Mundi
T3 Terminator playing cards based on the popular movie, 2003.