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    Dracula's Daughter (Universal, 1936). Insert (14" X 36").
    With the huge success of Dracula (1931), the movie that made Bela Lugosi an overnight sensation, it's not surprising that Universal wanted a sequel. Eventually, they approached director James Whale, hot off his triumphs on both Frankenstein (1931) and Bride of Frankenstein (1935), to direct, but his proposed treatment was considered too outrageous, and he was dropped from the picture, replaced by Lambert Hillyer. The studio decided on a treatment that would focus on Marya Zeleska (Gloria Holden), the daughter of the Transylvanian Count, and her search to be cured from her strange compulsion to drink human blood. This gorgeous insert has several small chips from the borders and some fold wear. There was tape on the verso at one time causing paper lifts but in no way affecting the image. There was touchup to the foldlines and the borders have been airbrushed. Professional restoration now has this poster display ready. From the Collection of Lynn Naron. Fine+ on Paper.


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