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    Mark of the Vampire (MGM, 1935). Autographed Pressbook (16 Pages, 14" X 19.5").
    Todd Browning's talkie remake of his silent film London After Midnight may frontline Lionel Barrymore as its leading man, but Bela Lugosi is the real star of the show as he reprises the vampiric half of his original role. A decades-old source controversy amongst horror fans, there has been much debate as to whether Browning's revised twist ending was a product of weak writing or a satire on typical horror tropes. Already boasting an excellent image of the cast members, this pressbook has also been signed by the vampiric antagonist Caroll Borland. The pressbook comes with its original herald intact on the inside front cover and has double sided covers with twelve single sided pages. There is a horizontal fold in the center, spine wear with small tears and nicks, slight spine separations at the bottom, and partial separations of the first and back pages. There is some glue residue in Borland and Lugosi's images and the interior pages have some brittleness. From the Collection of Lynn Naron. Fine/Very Fine.


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