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    House of Dracula (Universal, 1945). Australian Three Sheet (40" X 78.5"). Universal Studios had made a fortune on their hit horror series of films and even in the fourteenth year of the series they were still trying to squeeze more life from it. This would be the final film in the series of what would be known as the classic monster series. Yes, Abbott and Costello would meet them four years later, but it was not the normal entry in the very out of the normal series. John Carradine as Count Dracula, Lon Chaney as the Wolfman and Glenn Strange as Frankenstein's monster were all here for this final bow. This lovely and rare Australian three sheet has beautiful stone litho printing and has tremendous saturated colors. The poster has pinholes, creases, surface wrinkles, and separation at the fold line intersections with a touch of paper loss. Restoration work was done to the poster, minimizing the defects. Fine+ on Linen.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2004
    17th Saturday
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