House of Dracula (Universal, 1945). Very Fine. Lob...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionHouse of Dracula (Universal, 1945). Very Fine. Lobby Card (11" X 14").
The sequel to Universal's successful House of Frankenstein, this film reunited the studio's most famous monsters once more. Lon Chaney Jr. bares his fangs again as the Wolf Man Larry Talbot, with John Carradine donning the cape of the fearsome Count Dracula, and Glenn Strange reviving his role of Frankenstein's Monster as pictured on this lobby card. Signs of handling include light edge wear, slight creases, pinholes, and minute stains. There is a shallow paper lift on the verso which does not affect the presentation of the front of the card.
Estimate: $600 - $1,200.
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