DRIVE-IN SATURDAY NIGHT: VINTAGE DOUBLE FEATURE POSTERS
The double feature was a motion picture industry practice in which theatres would exhibit two films for the price of one; initially an A-Movie and B-Movie, eventually giving way to double billed A-Movies. By the mid-1960s standard theaters abandoned the double features however it continued to thrive in drive-in theaters whose popularity peaked in the late 50s and early 60s.
Popular in drive-in and grindhouse theaters (movie houses that that mainly showed low-budget horror, splatter and exploitation films), movies produced by smaller studios like Crown International Pictures and American International Pictures were perfect for the double feature format.
Our curated collection includes all forms of the double feature vintage movie posters, also known as combos, from grindhouse features, double billed A-Movies and other exploitation films in one sheet, insert, half sheet and other formats.