Horror of Dracula (Universal International, 1958). Folded,...
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DescriptionHorror of Dracula (Universal International, 1958). Folded, Fine+. One Sheet (27" X 41"), Window Card (14" X 22"), & Lobby Cards (7) (11" X 14") Joseph Smith Artwork. The stars of Hammer Films' 1957 hit Curse of Frankenstein, Christopher Lee, and Peter Cushing, are re-teamed in this excellent version of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Lee is cast as the blood-sucking vampire with Cushing in the role of Doctor Van Helsing. With glowing eyes and one dripping fang exposed, artwork courtesy of Joseph Smith, the predatory Lee hones in on lovely Melissa Stribling at the bottom right of this highly prized "Green Style" one sheet. These unrestored items show some signs of use, such as edge and fold wear, pinholes, light creases, paper lifts, and some stains or smudges including tape stains. Faint image ghosting within the imprint area of the window card. A great collection of items for a title such as this!
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