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    The Green Hornet Strikes Again (Universal, 1941). Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14"). Chapter 4-- "A Night of Terror."
    Working to capitalize on their huge success with the Green Hornet serial of 1940, Universal Studios put into production this follow-up serial continuing the masked crusade of wealthy newspaper publisher, crime vigilante Britt Reid/The Green Hornet and his Filipino valet, Kato. Warren Hull took the reigns as the Hornet in this 15 episode Chapterplay and Keye Luke returns as Kato. The story of the Green Hornet debuted on radio in 1936 and continued until 1952. Other than radio and the two serials released in 1940 and 1941, there were comic books and a television series in the 1960s as well as a feature film version made just last year based on the character! This is an amazing opportunity to acquire the entire 8 card set to each chapter to this serial beginning with chapter 2 all the way through the final chapter 15! Each set has two title cards. One is the stock title card for the entire serial and the other is the chapter title card. The most incredible thing about these rare sets is their condition! All of these cards are unused and in almost pristine condition and also include the brown paper wrapper for the set. You will never see these sets again in their entirety much less in this amazing condition, so get them while you can! Near Mint/Mint.


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