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Lot #: #082 MUMMY'S GHOST title lobby card R48 Chaney, nameless & fleshless!!

Date Sold 12/18/2004
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Appears in Vintage Hollywood Posters 8

The image at right appears in the auction catalog we published as shown above and was sold long ago and we do NOT have it available for purchase.

A 1948 Re-release Vintage Theatrical Movie Title Lobby Card (measures 11" x 14") (Learn More)

The Mummy's Ghost, the 1944 Reginald Le Borg Universal Egypt monster horror thriller sequel ("No chains can hold it! No tomb can seal it!"; "Nameless! Fleshless! Deathless!"; "All new terror!") starring Lon Chaney Jr. (reprising his role "as Kharis, The Mummy"), John Carradine, Ramsay Ames, Barton MacLane, George Zucco, Robert Lowery, Claire Whitney, Frank Reicher, Emmett Vogan, Harry Shannon, and Oscar O'Shea. Note that when Realart re-released all of the classic Universal monster movies starting in the late 1940s, they also re-released this movie, which was one of the very last of the original cycle of monster movies, and that Realart re-release was just four years after the first release!
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Condition: very good to fine. there were two tiny staple holes and an enlarged pinhole in the solid background area at top left above the word "NAMELESS"; other than this minor defect, the card was in wonderful condition, with very faint smudges around the edges, but otherwise near perfect. Some restorer did very slight restoration on the three holes at top left, but otherwise did no restoration of any sort!
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