Daybill Posters were made in Australia and measured approximately 15" x 40" or 38cm x 101cm from the 1920s through to the early 1940s and came with a border at the top for screening details. After that Daybill Movie Posters mostly measured 13" x 30" or 33cm x 77cm (the size varied depending on year and studio). In the late 1980's, the Daybill Poster experienced another size variation as it was issued smaller in size - 13" x 26" or 33cm x 66cm. By the 1990's, the Daybill Poster became mini in size - 50-55cm x 34-35cm and they were either issued folded once in the middle or not at all. By about 1995 Daybill posters ceased production all together. Daybill Poster Movie Posters have become scarce and are now highly sort after. This is due to Daybill Posters having full artwork in many cases and a unique size that is ideal for framing.If you cannot find the Daybill poster you are after from the range below, contact All About Movies.