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    Dracula's Daughter (Universal, 1936). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). This movie was originally intended to be the direct sequel to 1931s "Dracula."
    Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff were to star, with the rest of the cast from "Dracula" reunited in a production to be directed by James Whale. Karloff and Whale eventually bowed out of the production, Lugosi ended up with a rather substantial "kill" fee for a movie in which he never appears, and the rest of the cast, with the exception of Edward van Sloan, either left or was let go. The result was a rather odd, yet atmospheric and effective, movie in which the Countess Marya Zaleska (Gloria Holden) searches for a cure for a mysterious malady, but discovers a taste for human blood instead. This particular card, dominated by a giant spider web, presents all the mood and menace that Universal horror collectors search for. There's some slight water damage and chipping to the left border, and some bug chews in the lower left (the most extensive extends about .75 inches into the main image), as well as a light dust shadow in the top left. Otherwise, this is an extremely attractive card that will make a nice addition to any collection. Fine/Very Fine.

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