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    Contract Rider for Frederick Kerr, who played the Old Baron in Frankenstein. "Pretty sort of experiments these must be!" harumphed Frederick Kerr (1858-1933) as the crotchety old baron Frankenstein, father of Colin Clive's Monster Maker in the 1931 all-time classic horror film. This is a rider from a contract Kerr had signed July 22, 1930 with Samuel Goldwyn for the film Raffles (1930), regarding transportation "from Hollywood to London." Initialed in ink, "F Kerr." Kerr had also acted for director James Whale prior to Frankenstein in the director's tragic romance Waterloo Bridge(1931). A colorful, eccentric Golden Age horror performer and a very rare autograph. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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