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    Dracula's Daughter (Universal, 1936) Half Sheet (22" X 28"). Carl Laemmle's last horror film at Universal found Gloria Holden as the daughter of Count Dracula, arriving in London to reclaim her father's body after Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan) has dispatched the count. She's also arrived to cure herself of what she feels is a mental condition; that of vampirism. Bela Lugosi was originally cast with the intention of reprising his role in the film but was dropped at the last minute. Instead, the film picked up where the original left off and turned out to be one of the moodier films in the horror series. This half sheet, the same style as the title card, is in gorgeous very fine condition. It has approximately four pinholes per corner and was folded at one time. It has a few very light smudges in the borders and displays brilliant color. From the New Zealand collection and the Collection of Johnny Ramone. Very Fine.

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