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    The Bride of Frankenstein (Universal, 1935). Title Lobby Card (11" X 14"). James Whale's lasting contribution to the cinema was a sense of humor and style, on full display in "The Bride of Frankenstein." The film was a major hit for Universal and many critics feel it is the best film to emerge from the horror series of pictures created by the studio. Karloff reprises his role as the Monster, and Elsa Lancaster, with a shock white streak of hair, co-stars as the monster's mate. The card is in spectacular condition, with only two pinholes in each of the upper corners (one in the art and one in the border of each corner), and one pinhole in each of the two lower corners. There is also one pinhole in each of the upper and lower center borders. These flaws are extremely minor and do not detract from the overall impact of the card. The most intrusive defect in the card are from a "Suitable Only for Adults" stamp in the bottom border and a very slight bleed from another stamped card that imprinted against the letters at the top of the card where it says, "The Monster Demands a Mate!" Colors are bright and borders exhibit only the most minimal foxing spots. There is no restoration on this card. One of the best copies we know of for this legendary and highly collectible card. Very Fine.



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    November, 2004
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