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    The Return of the Vampire (Columbia, 1943). Folded, Very Fine-. Half Sheet (22" X 28") Werewolf Style.
    Columbia Pictures tried to capture the Universal Horror magic by featuring a vampire and werewolf in the same film. The release of Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man earlier that year had proven that casting multiple monsters in films was the key to success, so Columbia cast Lugosi as an obvious Dracula inspired vampire. The film is a fan favorite and is considered one of the best non-Universal monster horror films of the 1940s. The half sheet shows signs of use including mild edge and fold wear, minor fold separations, slight creases, and pinholes. There are a few very small tears at the edges and unobtrusive stains. Folded, Very Fine-.

    Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.

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