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    The Mummy & Other Lot (Realart, R-1951). Overall: Fine+. Uncut Pressbooks (5) (Multiple Pages, 11" X 17", 12" X 18", & 11" X 15"), Cut Pressbook (6 Pages, 12" X 18"), Photos (2) (8" X 10"), Presskit Photos (11) (8" X 10"), Production Notes (8) (8.5" X 11"), & Heralds (3) (8.5" X 11"). Horror.
    Starring Boris Karloff, Zita Johann, David Manners, Arthur Byron, and Edward Van Sloan. Directed by Karl Freund. Included with the uncut pressbook for The Mummy are uncut pressbooks for Giant from the Unknown (Astor, 1958), The Vampire Bat (Majestic Pictures, 1933), The Evil of Frankenstein (Universal, 1964), and a Kronos/She Devil combo (20th Century Fox, 1957); an uncut pressbook for Revenge of the Zombies (Monogram, 1943); and two vintage silver gelatin, single weight, glossy finish photos for Homicidal (Columbia, 1961). Also included are presskit materials for House of Wax (Warner Bros., R-1971) StereoVision 3-D Style, including vintage silver gelatin, single weight, glossy finish photos, production notes, heralds, and a small ad cut from a pressbook. The original presskit folder for House of Wax is not included in this lot. Unrestored items with good color and overall very presentable appearances. They may have edge and fold wear, creases, pinholes, small tears and chips, fold and spine separations, surface scuffs, minute paper lifts, subtle toning, or mostly unobtrusive smudges and stains. Additionally, some of the photos may also display checking, mild cracking, or surface blemishes. The pressbooks each have a single horizontal fold except for Kronos/She Devil Combo which is unfolded. The Vampire Bat has some paper loss, staining, and graphite writing. Revenge of the Zombies displays moderate staining, has an image cut out, and is missing its final two pages. Two of the presskit photos for House of Wax have ink stamps and paper snipes adhered to the verso, and the heralds have some black marker in the text area.

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    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
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