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    Signed Portrait of Henry Hull as The Werewolf of London. Although Lon Chaney, Jr. became Hollywood's most famous werewolf, it was Henry Hull who first bayed at the full moon in Universal's Werewolf of London (1935). Hull's satanic makeup was very different from Chaney's (and preferred by many fans) and this 8" x 10" portrait is a chiller, personally inscribed in black ink and signed "Cordially Henry Hull." The still itself has some surface staining on the left border, just touching the werewolf's ear, as well as some creases, one of which crosses the word "Cordially." Overall Good condition. Hull late in life claimed he'd started to watch Werewolf of London on the late show, but never made it to the end -- "Nobody's pictures keep me from my sleep, not even my own!" This is a rare and very desirable signed portrait from the highly collectable realm of Universal classic horror. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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