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    Revenge of the Creature & Other Lot (Universal International, 1955). Lobby Cards (2) (11" X 14"), Autographed Restrike Photo (8" X 10"), & Autographed Facsimile Contract (8.5" X 14").
    In this first sequel to Creature from the Black Lagoon, the Gill Man is caught and brought to Florida's Ocean Harbor Park (actually Marineland of the Atlantic), where he of course escapes and goes on a murderous rampage. Easily two of the best cards in the set, these lobbies feature close-ups of the beast lurking underwater. Also included with the lobby cards is a signed black and white, single weight, glossy finish restrike photo from Creature from the Black Lagoon, as well as a signed facsimile of Ben Chapman's (the Gill Man's actor on land) contract with a facsimile newspaper article. Both of the autographed items are signed, "Aloha - Ben Chapman, Hawaii, 5-19-01." The lobby cards generally have slight edge wear, pinholes in the borders, mild creases, unobtrusive smudges, and surface scuffs. One of the cards has a minor paper lift in the right border, and the other has a thin ink mark at the top and a staple hole in the center. The photo, however, shows no signs of wear. Fine/Very Fine.

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