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    The Man Who Lived Again (Gaumont British Picture Corp., 1936) One Sheet (27" X 41"). This Boris Karloff "evil scientist after revenge" picture has had more name changes than Elizabeth Taylor. It was released at one time or another as, "The Brainsnatcher", "The Man Who Changed His Mind", and finally "Dr. Maniac." Produced in England by Gaumont British Picture Corp. of America, it starred Mr. Karloff as a mad research scientist delving into the origin of the mind and soul. There is fold line wear with some paper loss at the crossfolds, tears and small holes in the graphics. There is some paper loss at the corners and small holes, tears and chips in the borders. Approximately .25 inch has been replaced on the blank white bottom border. The poster has been professionally restored, rendering these defects hard to detect. The paper snipe that was removed during restoration for the "Dr. Maniac" title is included. Gorgeous stone litho graphics. Fine on Linen.

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