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    Richard Hopper collection of (17) costume sketches for The Munsters' Revenge. (Universal, 1981) Vintage original (17) costume sketches by Richard Hopper accomplished in pencil and gouache on 15 x 20 in. artist boards. Featuring the cast of The Munsters' Revenge. Including (2) Fred Gwynne 1-as "Herman Munster" in drag as a waitress and 1-"Herman" as "The Mummy", (1) Yvonne DeCarlo as "Lili Munster" (inscribed and signed by DeCarlo), (1) Al Lewis as "Grandpa Munster", (1) Butch Patrick as "Eddie Munster" (signed by Hopper), (2) Jo McDonnell as "Marilyn Munster" 1-"Marilyn" as a witch and 1-as Raquel Welch, (1) Sid Caesar as himself, and (9) various monsters including "Mr. Hyde", "Phantom of the Opera", "Wolf Man", "The Hunchback" and others. Most with pencil notation in margins and some with fabric swatches affixed. Exhibiting minor production handling. In generally vintage fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2015
    29th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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