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    The Devil's Rain Storyboard Original Art Sequence of 48 (Bryanston Distributing, c. 1975). Here is a fantastic sequence of original storyboards from the 1975 B-horror film The Devil's Rain starring William Shatner, hand-drawn by the legendary storyboard artist Nikita Knatz (1940-2010). The film famously had Satanist Anton LaVey as a technical supervisor, and he even played a minor role in the cast. As such, Australian film reviewer Michael Adams called The Devil's Rain "the ultimate ": "It's about a cult, has a cult following, was devised with input from a cult leader, and saw indoctrinated into ." These dark and goopy drawings are rendered beautifully in graphite, ink and mixed media on 48 sheets of 11.25" x 9" vellum tracing paper. There are one to four drawings per sheet. The paper shows varying degrees of handling, toning and edge wear, and the sheets are bound in a three-ring binder. A must-have for horror buffs, the condition overall is Very Good.

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    November, 2020
    14th Saturday
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