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    Son of Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein Combo (Realart, R-1948). Fine/Very Fine. Lobby Cards (4) (11" X 14").
    When Realart acquired the Universal sound film library in 1948, this was one of the first of their many successful double bills. An entirely new generation got to feast on all the best Universal monster films, two at a time. Theaters were ecstatic, with these "classics" outperforming most of the brand new, first-run films. This "Phantom Monster Show!" includes two of the best of Karloff's Frankenstein films. The cards generally show mild edge wear, slight creases, small tears, and pinholes. Other issues include mostly unobtrusive stains and smudges, minor paper lifts, and thin dust shadows. The card picturing Lionel Atwill has a paper remnant at the bottom, strips of masking tape on the verso, and the title for Son of Frankenstein marked out with black ink. The "Angry Mob" card has been backed on paper and has had touchup to many of the aforementioned issues as well as a stain in the Bride of Frankenstein title, some of the text, and the white borders. Fine/Very Fine.


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