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    Son of Dracula (Universal, 1943). Good+ on Linen. One Sheet (27" X 41").
    A ghastly green light illuminates the encroaching, bloodthirsty Lon Chaney Jr. as the mysterious Count Alucard, a Budapest nobleman who relocates to the American South. There, he takes a bride, a lovely student of the occult, Katherine (Louise Allbritton). When friends notice that Katherine is acting strangely, they discover to their horror that Alucard is actually the son of the infamous vampire, Count Dracula. The third installment in Universal's Dracula franchise, this is the first film to show the vampire transforming into a bat. This vibrant one sheet has received expert restoration to slight edge wear, some fold wear and separation, small tears, and a few minute chips at the edges. There was some water damage to the upper and lower crossfolds which also caused paper loss. Please note that the paper loss only affects part of the credits and the area between Chaney and Allbritton. The character portraits are intact and have retained beautiful color. Good+ on Linen.


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    July, 2019
    27th-28th Saturday-Sunday
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