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Steve McQueen - 100 Years of Movie Posters - 22

Updated on February 16, 2014
The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Japanese poster
The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Japanese poster






A Chronology of Steve McQueen Movie Posters 1958-1980.

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The Blob (1958) Belgian poster
The Blob (1958) Belgian poster



The Blob (1958) Directed by Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. 86mins

Steve McQueen - Steve Andrews
Aneta Corsaut - Jane Martin
Earl Rowe - Lt. Dave
Olin Howland - Old Man
Stephen Chase - Dr. T. Hallen
John Benson - Sgt. Jim Bert

IMDB rating 6.3

Never So Few (1959)
Never So Few (1959)

Never So Few (1959) Directed by John Sturges. 125mins

Frank Sinatra - Capt. Tom Reynolds
Gina Lollobrigida - Carla Vesari
Peter Lawford - Capt. Grey Travis
Steve McQueen - Bill Ringa
Richard Johnson - Capt. Danny De Mortimer
Paul Henreid - Nikko Regas
Brian Donlevy - Gen. Sloan
Dean Jones - Sgt. Jim Norby
Charles Bronson - Sgt. John Danforth

IMDB rating 5.9

The Magnificent Seven (1960) Japanese poster
The Magnificent Seven (1960) Japanese poster

The Magnificent Seven (1960) Directed by John Sturges. 128mins.

Yul Brynner - Chris Adams
Steve McQueen - Vin Tanner
Charles Bronson - Bernardo O'Reilly
Robert Vaughn - Lee
Brad Dexter - Harry Luck
James Coburn - Britt
Horst Buchholz - Chico
Eli Wallach - Calvera

IMDB rating 7.8

Hell is for Heroes (1962)
Hell is for Heroes (1962)




Hell is for Heroes (1962) Directed by Don Siegel. 90mins.

Steve McQueen - Reese
Bobby Darin - Pvt. Corby
Fess Parker - Sgt. Pike
Harry Guardino - Sgt. Larkin
James Coburn - Cpl. Henshaw
Bob Newhart - Pvt. Driscoll
Nick Adams - Homer Janeczek

IMDB rating 7.0

The War Lover (1962)
The War Lover (1962)



The War Lover (1962) Directed by Philip Leacock. 105mins

Steve McQueen - Capt. Buzz Rickson
Robert Wagner - Ed Bolland
Shirley Anne Field - Daphne
Gary Cockrell - 2nd Lt. Marty Lynch
Michael Crawford - Sgt. Junior Sailen
Bill Edwards - Brindt

IMDB rating 6.6

The Great Escape (1963)
The Great Escape (1963)
The Great Escape (1963)
The Great Escape (1963)

The Great Escape (1963) Directed by John Sturges. 172mins

Steve McQueen - Hilts 'The Cooler King'
James Garner - Hendley 'The Scrounger'
Richard Attenborough - Bartlett 'Big X'
Charles Bronson - Danny 'Tunnel King'
James Coburn - Sedgwick 'The Manufacturer'
Donald Pleasence - Blythe 'The Forger'
James Donald - Ramsey 'The SBO'
David McCallum - Ashley-Pitt 'Dispersal'
Gordon Jackson - MacDonald 'Intelligence'
John Leyton - Willie 'Tunnel King'
Angus Lennie - Ives 'The Mole'
Nigel Stock - Cavendish 'The Surveyor'
Hannes Messemer - Von Luger 'The Kommandant'
Robert Graf - Werner 'The Ferret'

IMDB rating 8.3

Soldier in the Rain (1963)
Soldier in the Rain (1963)



Soldier in the Rain (1963) Directed by Ralph Nelson. 88mins

Jackie Gleason - MSgt. Maxwell Slaughter
Steve McQueen - Sgt. Eustis Clay
Tuesday Weld - Bobby Jo Pepperdine
Tony Bill - Pfc. Jerry Meltzer
Tom Poston - Lt. Magee
Ed Nelson - MP Sgt. James Priest

IMDB rating 6.8

Love with the Proper Stranger (1963)
Love with the Proper Stranger (1963)



Love With the Proper Stranger (1963) Directed by Robert Mulligan. 102mins

Natalie Wood - Angie Rossini
Steve McQueen - Rocky Papasano
Edie Adams - Barbie
Herschel Bernardi - Dominick Rossini
Anne Hegira - Beetie
Harvey Lembeck - Julio Rossini

IMDB rating 7.2

Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965)
Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965)



Baby the Rain Must Fall (1965) Directed by Robert Mulligan. 100mins.

Steve McQueen - Henry Thomas
Lee Remick - Georgette Thomas
Don Murray - Deputy Sheriff Slim
Paul Fix - Judge Ewing
Josephine Hutchinson - Mrs. Ewing
Ruth White - Miss Clara

IMDB rating 6.2

The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Italian poster
The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Italian poster
The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
The Cincinnati Kid (1965)



The Cincinnati Kid (1965) Directed by Norman Jewison. 102mins

Steve McQueen - The Cincinnati Kid
Ann-Margret - Melba
Karl Malden - Shooter
Tuesday Weld - Christian
Edward G. Robinson - Lancey Howard
Joan Blondell - Lady Fingers
Rip Torn - Slade

IMDB rating 7.2

Nevada Smith (1966) German poster
Nevada Smith (1966) German poster
Nevada Smith (1966)
Nevada Smith (1966)



Nevada Smith (1966) Directed by Henry Hathaway. 128mins

Steve McQueen - Nevada Smith
Karl Malden - Tom Fitch
Brian Keith - Jonas Cord
Arthur Kennedy - Bill Bowdre
Suzanne Pleshette - Pilar
Raf Vallone - Father Zaccardi
Martin Landau - Jesse Coe

IMDB rating 6.9

The Sand Pebbles (1966) German poster
The Sand Pebbles (1966) German poster
The Sand Pebbles (1966) Japanese poster
The Sand Pebbles (1966) Japanese poster



The Sand Pebbles (1966) Directed by Robert Wise. 182mins

Steve McQueen - Jake Holman
Candice Bergen - Shirley Eckert
Richard Attenborough - Frenchy Burgoyne
Richard Crenna - Captain Collins
Emmanuelle Arsan - Maily
Mako - Po-han
Simon Oakland - Stawski

IMDB rating 7.7

The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Italian poster
The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Italian poster



The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) Directed by Norman Jewison. 102mins.

Steve McQueen - Thomas Crown
Faye Dunaway - Vicki Anderson
Jack Weston - Erwin
Biff McGuire - Sandy
Addison Powell - Abe
Yaphet Kotto - Carl

IMDB rating 7.0

Bullitt (1968)
Bullitt (1968)

Bullitt (1968) Directed by Peter Yates. 114mins.

Steve McQueen - Frank Bullitt
Jacqueline Bisset - Cathy
Robert Vaughn - Chalmers
Don Gordon - Delgetti
Simon Oakland - Captain Bennet
Norman Fell - Baker
Robert Duvall - Weissberg

IMDB rating 7.5

The Reivers (1969) Japanese poster
The Reivers (1969) Japanese poster




The Reivers (1969) Directed by Mark Rydell. 107mins

Steve McQueen - Boon Hogganbeck
Sharon Farrell - Corrie
Michael Constantine - Mr. Binford
Clifton James - Butch Lovemaiden
Juano Hernandez - Uncle Possum
Will Geer - Boss

IMDB rating 6.8

Le Mans (1971) Japanese poster
Le Mans (1971) Japanese poster
Le Mans (1971)
Le Mans (1971)



Le Mans (1971) Directed by Lee H. Katzin. 106mins.

Steve McQueen - Michael Delaney
Siegfried Rauch - Erich Stahler
Elga Andersen - Lisa Belgetti
Ronald Leigh-Hunt - David Townsend
Fred Haltiner - Johann Ritter
Luc Merenda - Claude Aurac

IMDB rating 6.5

Junior Bonner (1972)
Junior Bonner (1972)



Junior Bonner (1972) Directed by Sam Peckinpah.100mins

Steve McQueen - Junior Bonner
Robert Preston - Ace Bonner
Ida Lupino - Elvira Bonner
Ben Johnson - Buck Roan
Joe Don Baker - Curly Bonner
Barbara Leigh - Charmagne

IMDB 6.7

The Getaway (1972) German poster
The Getaway (1972) German poster
The Getaway (1972)
The Getaway (1972)



The Getaway (1972) Directed by Sam Peckinpah. 122mins

Steve McQueen - Doc McCoy
Ali MacGraw - Carol McCoy
Ben Johnson - Jack Beynon
Sally Struthers - Fran Clinton
Al Lettieri - Rudy Butler
Slim Pickens - Cowboy

IMDB rating 7.5

Papillon (1973) Japanese poster
Papillon (1973) Japanese poster
Papillon (1973)
Papillon (1973)




Papillon (1973) Directed by Franklin J Schaffner. 151mins

Steve McQueen - Henri Charriere
Dustin Hoffman - Louis Dega
Victor Jory - Indian Chief
Don Gordon - Julot
Anthony Zerbe - Toussaint
Woodrow Parfrey - Clusiot

IMDB rating 8.0

The Towering Inferno (1974)
The Towering Inferno (1974)

The Towering Inferno (1974) Directed by John Guillermin. 165mins

Steve McQueen - Chief Mike O'Hallorhan
Paul Newman - Doug Roberts
William Holden - Jim Duncan
Faye Dunaway - Susan Franklin
Fred Astaire - Harlee Claiborne
Susan Blakely - Patty Simmons
Richard Chamberlain - Roger Simmons
Jennifer Jones - Lisolette Mueller
O.J. Simpson - Harry Jernigan
Robert Vaughn - Senator Gary Parker
Robert Wagner - Dan Bigelow
Susan Flannery - Lorrie

IMDB rating 6.8

An Enemy of the People (1979) Japanese poster
An Enemy of the People (1979) Japanese poster



An Enemy of the People (1978) Directed by George Schaefer. 103mins.

Steve McQueen - Dr.Thomas Stockmann
Bibi Andersson - Catherine Stockmann
Charles Durning - Peter Stockmann
Richard Dysart - Aslaksen
Michael Cristofer - Hovstad
Eric Christmas - Morten Kiil

IMDB rating 6.9

Tom Horn (1980) Spanish poster
Tom Horn (1980) Spanish poster



Tom Horn (1980) Directed by William Wiard. 98mins

Steve McQueen - Tom Horn
Linda Evans - Glendolene Kimmel
Richard Farnsworth - John C. Coble
Slim Pickens - Sheriff Sam Creedmore
Elisha Cook Jr. - Stablehand
Geoffrey Lewis - Walter Stoll

IMDB rating 6.8

The Hunter (1980)
The Hunter (1980)



The Hunter (1980) Directed by Buzz Kulik. 97mins.

Steve McQueen - Papa Thorson
Eli Wallach - Ritchie Blumenthal
Kathryn Harrold - Dotty
LeVar Burton - Tommy Price
Ben Johnson - Sheriff Strong
Richard Venture - Spota
Tracey Walter - Rocco Mason

IMDB rating 6.1

Bullitt (1968) Japanese poster
Bullitt (1968) Japanese poster

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    • Steve Lensman profile imageAUTHOR

      Steve Lensman 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Yep even Brad Dexter looms larger than Yul, but what about the main villain, Eli Wallach? Is that him on the horse? Why he's even smaller than Yul. :)

    • Cogerson profile image

      UltimateMovieRankings 

      6 years ago from Virginia

      Not sure how I was missing Yul....I would wager that has to be the smallest amount of space given to the star of a movie compared to the space given to everybody else in the movie.

    • Steve Lensman profile imageAUTHOR

      Steve Lensman 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Thank you Patty, appreciate the kind words. Glad you like these hubs, I have many more planned. Cheers.

    • Patty Kenyon profile image

      Patty Kenyon 

      6 years ago from Ledyard, Connecticut

      Awesome Hub!!! You do an amazing job on your presentation!! Keep up the Awesome Job!!

    • Steve Lensman profile imageAUTHOR

      Steve Lensman 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Thanks for the comment and vote Ann1Az2, it is appreciated. The Great Escape is my favourite too.

    • Ann1Az2 profile image

      Ann1Az2 

      6 years ago from Orange, Texas

      I loved Steve McQueen! My favorite was always The Great Escape. But I loved him in Tom Horn, too. Good hub and voted up.

    • Steve Lensman profile imageAUTHOR

      Steve Lensman 

      6 years ago from London, England

      It's most probably a re-release poster, unless I'm wrong it wasn't until the early 70's that Charlie had a moustache in every film (except Valachi Papers) he didn't have one in Battle of the Bulge, Dirty Dozen or Once Upon a Time in the West.

      Yul Brynner is on the poster but they shrunk him to the size of McQueens hand there in the center. Another indication that this is a re-issue poster, when the film came out Yul Brynner was by far the biggest star on there, a few years later and McQueen, Bronson and Coburn were more popular.

      Looking at the Nevada Smith poster, I wonder if that name was an inspiration for Indiana Jones?

    • Cogerson profile image

      UltimateMovieRankings 

      6 years ago from Virginia

      Interesting that they added a moustache to Bronson....but where did they hide Yul? I guess they sided with McQueen in the McQueen/Brynner feud they had going on while filming.

    • Steve Lensman profile imageAUTHOR

      Steve Lensman 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Thanks Bruce, appreciate the comment, anecdote, observation, trivia and vote amigo.

      A great anecdote there your dad chatting with McQueen, cheers.

      I didn't know those were his last words, so sad, he was only 50.

      What's wrong with that Japanese The Magnificent Seven poster? Any guesses? See answer below.

      I saw just two McQueen films at the cinema, Bullitt, reissued in the 70's on a double bill with another film. And The Towering Inferno.

      The Great Escape is my most watched of his films.

      Answer: Charles Bronson didn't have a moustache in the film.

    • Cogerson profile image

      UltimateMovieRankings 

      6 years ago from Virginia

      Steve McQueen is one of my favorites....my dad actually encountered him about three or four times during a weekend in the late 1950s.....he was covering a parade(my dad was a newspaper writer)...and McQueen was the grand marshall of the parade. McQueen thought my dad and his buddy were valets and tossed them the keys to his car from them to park the car.....later they(my dad and his friend) called McQueen's hotel room at 2AM to see if he wanted to come down to the hotel bar for a drink.....the next morning they told McQueen they were sorry for waking him up. And then later they talked with him before the parade. Sorry I went off subject.

      Love the posters...very surprising that Yul Brynner did not even make the poster of The Magnificent Seven poster. The Great Escape and Bullit posters are classic..just like the movies. It is a shame that he died so early.....more trivia.....are you aware that his last words were...."I made it"...said in Spanish....as he briefly awoke from surgery and then went back to sleep and never woke up again..

      Voted up and very interesting as well.

    • Steve Lensman profile imageAUTHOR

      Steve Lensman 

      6 years ago from London, England

      Steve McQueen was one of the greats.

      Thanks for your support Mhatter99, it is much appreciated!

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      Martin Kloess 

      6 years ago from San Francisco

      What a legacy. Thank you

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