|Title||Dracula / Frankenstein|
|Stars||Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff|
|Size||8” x 10”|
|Condition||VG-Fine. There are corner pinholes and corner creases. This and many other 1930's stills I will be selling came from a collection passed down to someone by his great grandfather, who worked for the company at Waldorf street, London in the 1930's. Incredibly, all these stills were to be thrown out and the gentleman managed to save them. The Dracula and Frankenstein double bill was released in America in 1938. General Film Distributors was created in 1935 by the British film distributor C. M. Woolf (1879–1942) after he had resigned from Gaumont British and closed his distribution company Woolf & Freedman Film Service.In 1936, J. Arthur Rank and the paper magnate Lord Portal, convinced him to make it a daughter company to their General Cinema Finance Corporation, which just had acquired the British distribution rights for all Universal Pictures titles (by buying a large chunk of Universal in the US). One year later it became the cornerstone in The Rank Organisation.|
Fine: A near mint condition still.A brilliant collectors piece.
Very Good-Fine: A great looking still.Will have the tiniest of edge wear.A really good collectors piece.
Very Good+: May have edge wear or small mainly unnoticeable surface bumps.Still a very good collectors piece.
Very Good: Will have surface bumps,tiny creases to edges or mainly unnoticeable small creases in image. A really nice collectors piece.
Good: Will have noticeable creases,edge wear and maybe even small tears.
The still will be shipped very securely between thick pieces of cardboard.
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