Thriller Classics 1000 piece jigsaw!

I couldn’t resist buying this jigsaw puzzle collage of classic thrillers posters. The images and graphics were a ‘thrill’ to complete, as well as to personally tick-off the films I’d actually seen… plus any of their remakes!

The hardest part was the central King Kong image. The easiest part was making the film titles. The puzzle is made by Clementoni of Italy, and comprises sturdy pieces with quality printing. Chapeau to the artist who created the collage! I love the inclusion of the Clark bar and Milky Way chocolates, the 3D glasses, and King Kong with his popcorn!

How many of these thriller classics have you seen? And how about their later remakes, or film and TV inspired by them?

Thanks for looking 😎

6 thoughts on “Thriller Classics 1000 piece jigsaw!

  1. Hi TVTA’ now this is an impressive puzzle! You gotta have your mid movie snacks….Tea …Coffee….Choc Ices! Tea…Coffee…Choc Ices! Aah the good old days of cinema.
    I have seen about 8 of these titles, in the UK there is a cable channel called “Talking Pictures TV” owned by Reknown Pictures company and they regularly show classic movies from the likes of Hammer etc. So I’ve seen Bride of Frankenstein, The Mummy, Invisible Man etc.

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    • Thanks FT. I remembered you have childhood links to cinema projecting, so I imagined this post would appeal! I remember going to the Electric Cinema in Birmingham, where they served tea and cake – brilliant!
      Quite a few of the films featured in the puzzle I’ve seen over the years. It was an excellent puzzle to complete.

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  2. That’s an amazing jigsaw, bet you had fun doing that. So many classic Sci-Fi thrillers there, especially The Invisible Man, The Mummy, Westward and Tarantula are just some of my many favourites 🙂

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