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Alternative Inglourious Basterds posters

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It might have been a long time coming but when Quentin Tarantino's WWII epic Inglourious Basterds was finally released in 2009, we, along with millions of others, were extremely relieved to have him back on our screens.

The Oscar-winning film became Tarantino's biggest worldwide hit and influenced a whole load of designers, who wanted to have a stab at creating their own Basterds poster. Plus the fifth poster was created especially for the film, and despite being a favourite of Tarantino, it was never used in the campaign.

You can see all of the results below and the artists right at the bottom.

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