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Wolf Man Original Vintage Photo Lon Chaney 1941


Original  Vintage Classic Horror Sci Fi Old Movie Posters Film Photos Memorabilia Collectibles For Sale

The Wolf Man, 1941
Original TYPE I Vintage Movie Still Photo (8x10")
Starring Lon Chaney & Maria Ouspenskay


Stunning vintage 1941 studio TYPE I publicity photo of  Lon Chaney Jr. and Maria Ouspenskay !  Gorgeous vintage sepia toning.   One of the finest you will ever find!

Beautiful Stunning original 1941 vintage photo for this Universal Horror Classic.  Great studio publicity shot of Lon Chaney and notorious scene stealer Maria Ouspenskay in their iconic 1941 "Wolf Man" .  .

Very Good-Excellent condition with minor expected border wear, some corner pinholes (for theater display) and attractive vintage sepia toning.   One of the Best vintage photo images from this classic iconic horror film we have ever acquired.   You'll be hard pressed to find a nicer one for your coveted collection and exciting home decor!

* See enlargeable image above. 

Guaranteed to be TYPE I photo. 

Note: We recently acquired several Original Horror photos for Wolf Man (Universal, 1943),  Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (Universal, 1943), Cry of the Werewolf (Columbia, 1944), and House of Dracula (Universal, 1945).  ALL are Guaranteed to be TYPE I photos.  See some of the others below under, "Other Vintage Treasures You Will Like". 

The Wolf Man (Universal, 1941). Vintage TYPE I Studio photo (8" X 10").
"Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright." This was the last of the great Universal horror monsters to be introduced in the decade of the forties, and it is still one of the most atmospheric of that studio's output, making Lon Chaney Jr. a star. The great Jack Pierce makeup and wonderful supporting cast makes this a true classic. 

Lon Chaney, Jr. was the star of what has become one of Universal Studios' greatest horror films. By the time this film was released at the beginning of WWII, the studio was trying to bring life back to the franchise that kept them solvent through the Depression: the monster movie. But they needed a new character. They made a werewolf film some five years prior in "Werewolf of London," but now revisited that character with a more horrific story.

Note:  Someone wrote on the back in pencil "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".  However, this is from the original 1941 "The Wolf Man", confirmed by the studio idenification number in lower right and the scene which is from the "Wolf Man",  Not from "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".

Note: Cvtreasures stamp NOT on original

Guaranteed to be TYPE I photo.
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