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    Frankenstein (Universal, 1931). Very Fine-. Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    Hollywood legend has it that director James Whale cast actress Mae Clarke without a second thought for this classic horror film. His quote being, "I asked for Mae Clarke for Elizabeth because of her intelligence, fervor, and sincere belief that Frankenstein would claim the public interest." This excellent card depicts a fainted Clarke laying on the bed after her encounter with the Monster. She is being awakened by co-stars Colin Clive and John Boles, along with a whole slew of cast members. Well preserved, this card displays slight edge and corner wear, light creases, and pinholes. There are some faint unobtrusive stains and smudges in the borders, as well as a minute tear in the bottom border. Very Fine-.


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