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    Boris Karloff's Personal Arsenic and Old Lace Program (1957). Twelve pages, 8.5" x 11", illustrated. Unused play program from Karloff's personal collection of memorabilia, carried back to Hollywood after his triumphant 1957 performances in Arsenic and Old Lace in Anchorage, Alaska, where he donated his entire salary to the Community College Workshop to help build a new theater. A Christmas gift from Karloff's widow, Evelyn, to authorized biographer Scott Allen Nollen in 1983. The program includes a biography and photos of Karloff, the supporting cast, and the production personnel. In Excellent condition with the slightest of aging on the spine. From the personal collection of authorized biographer Scott Allen Nollen.

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