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    The Bride of Frankenstein (Universal, 1935). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    Considered by many to be the high point of the Golden Age of Universal Horror, this movie, directed by James Whale, is one of the rare instances in which a sequel surpasses its original. The impressive cast from the first film, including Boris Karloff as the Monster and Colin Clive as his Creator, is joined by Valerie Hobson as Elizabeth, O. P. Heggie as the blind hermit, Elsa Lanchester as the Monster's Mate, and the incomparable Ernest Thesiger as the mysterious and intriguing Dr. Praetorius. A landmark film, paper from this picture is some of the most desirable in the entire hobby. This lovely card, spotlighting the moment the Bride, surrounded by Drs. Praetorius and Frankenstein, comes to life, had pinholes in the corners, borders, and title area, small tears in the top edge, a small ink mark near the Bride's left arm, and corner bumps. Professional restoration has largely addressed these issues, resulting in a very attractive card with good color and a sharp appearance. This is a rare find for anyone who appreciates Universal Horror; don't let it pass you by! Fine/Very Fine.


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