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    Munster, Go Home (Universal, 1966). Fine/Very Fine on Linen. Three Sheet (41" X 79"). The TV show The Munsters, based on the Universal monsters, became so popular that in 1966 the series spun off a feature-length movie. As Herman (Frankenstein's monster), Fred Gwynne discovers he is the heir to Munster Hall in England and takes the whole family on a horrific and hilarious adventure. This fantastic oversized poster before restoration had fold wear, some of which extended into the Herman character's face as well as wear within the title. There was some fold separation and some airbrush work to the white field and borders of the poster. The poster now displays very well.

    More Information: From the collection of Kevin Burns.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2021
    4th-7th Thursday-Sunday
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