Kenneth Strickfaden Lightning Screen from Yo...
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DescriptionKenneth Strickfaden Lightning Screen from Young Frankenstein, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, and The Munsters (Various Studios, 1960s-1970s). One of Strickfaden's most spectacular displays of high voltage fury, the Lightning Screen is a round glass screen with
metal inside hub and outer rim which would throw spectacular electrical bolts from the center to the outer rim. Measuring approx. 43.75" in diameter with a back bracket and base measuring 14" x 14" x 45" high. This device can be seen prominently in Young Frankenstein (1974), The Munsters, Episode: "Just Another Pretty Face" (1965), and Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971), but was used in numerous other films. Untested. The screen comes with the original
wooden custom crate as Strickfaden transported it. Exhibiting age and production wear. In vintage Good to
Very Good condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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