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    Dracula (Universal, R-1938). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    Arguably the finest of all vampire films, this classic picture solidified Bela Lugosi as the definitive screen Count Dracula as well as launching Universal's sound horror cycle. From the film's first reissue in 1938, this scene card almost trumps the title card in sheer greatness. It's simply one of the best shots of Lugosi in the role he made famous, as he prepares to feast on the blood of the young and virtuous Helen Chandler. There is some light smudging, pinholes in the corners and left border, a small red paint spot in the bottom border, and a tear in the left and bottom border that extends into the "A" of "DRACULA." These very few signs of handling in no way cast a dark shadow over the importance of this very rare lobby card! Fine/Very Fine.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2014
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
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