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Dracula (1931)
One Sheet - Style B (1931)OS

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Additional Info:
measures 27x41. NOTICE: we have a lot more material on file in the LAMP Notes & Research area.

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WARNING - Controversial Poster
LOTS of controversy on this one.
1. Was originally scheduled as the headliner for Everett Auctions in May 1993. Dealers came forward claiming that this was the R38 version NOT the original. They even ran newspaper articles against it. It sold for $125,000, but the buyer backed out because of the controversy. It sold in a private sale after the auction close for $77,000 which was STILL the highest price paid for a poster at that time. Because of the rarity, there has never been enough proof either way.
2. In 2009, Profiles in History had a slightly different variation as their auction headliner. It was "authenticated" by a restoration expert, but the litho plate numbers where wrong. A restorer came forward stating they restored the piece with the bottom corners missing and were given the info to place on the poster. It turned out to be a well restored S2 reproduction of a style from AFI and withdrawn from the auction.
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