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Bride of Frankenstein is remembered as one of the best horror films and an improvement from 1931’s Frankenstein. James Whale, the director, was initially less than enthusiastic about taking on the sequel as he didn’t want to be cornered into horror films. Bride of Frankenstein is the only film of Universal’s Frankenstein series to have received an Oscar nomination.

Below is a recent realized price for Bride of Frankenstein window card. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

Bride of Frankenstein Window Card Circa Mid-1930s. Sold for Almost $40,000.

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Below are some movie memorabilia items we have sold at auction:

Mark Hamill’s Screen-Worn Hero Pants in the Original 1977 ”Star Wars” as Luke Skywalker

Screen-worn ”hero” costume pants worn by Mark Hamill in his career-defining role as Luke Skywalker in the 1977 epic film ”Star Wars”, the first in the groundbreaking trilogy. As one of the top-grossing films of all time, George Lucas’ first film in the successful series won six Oscars, among many other awards. In a galaxy far, far away, Hamill donned these iconic pants as the Jedi Knight of all Jedi Knights, wearing the costume pants throughout much of the film. Sand-colored ”cotton drill” Levi’s pants are purposely distressed to display wear, with dirt to back right pocket and in spots to front of pant legs. In fact, in an accompanying article, Mark Hamill said of the pants, ”By the way, those pants I wore were just bleached Levi’s with the tag still in them.” Pants measure 29” waist x 37” in length with two 6” slits up each side. Customized by the famous London costumier, Bermans & Nathans, original tag sewn to inseam reads: ”Bermans & Nathans / 40 Camden St., / London N.W. 1” tag with a ”Mark Hamill / 10490 Luke / Star Wars” printed in type beneath it. Very good condition overall. Also with tags attached from both Christie’s, where the pants were originally auctioned, and Sotheby’s, from its 1998 auction.  Sold for $60,000.

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Mark Hamill’s Screen-Worn Hero Pants in the Original 1977 ”Star Wars”. Click to enlarge.

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”Uncivil Warriors” One-Sheet Movie Poster From 1935, Owned by Moe Howard

Very rare one-sheet movie poster for ”Uncivil Warriors”, one of the earliest and most beloved Three Stooges films, released in 1935. One-sheets from the 1930s are exceedingly rare, with this poster all the more special as owned by Moe Howard. Linen-backed poster measures 27” x 41”. Mild restoration at folds. Colors remain bright, with strong visual appeal, in near fine condition. Sold for $37,500.

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‘Uncivil Warriors” One-Sheet Movie Poster From 1935, Owned by Moe Howard. Click to enlarge.

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Marilyn Monroe’s ”Something’s Got to Give” Personal Copy of the Final Script — The Final Film She Starred in Before Her Tragic Death in 1962

Marilyn Monroe’s personal copy of the unfinished 1962 film ”Something’s Got to Give,” abandoned after the star’s untimely death in 1962. In fact, most of the film’s completed footage remained unseen for many years. Monroe notoriously had missed a slew of shooting days due to a ”sinus infection” that disappeared at night, when she was photographed about town. This infuriated director George Cukor, and Twentieth Century-Fox went so far as to fire her on 11 June 1962 for missing 17 of the 30 shooting days. But, when co-star Dean Martin countered with, ”No Marilyn, no picture”, the studio relented and took her back, though she sadly died less than two months later. Script runs 161pp. long with 51 revised pages. Spine of script has the film’s title printed in black lettering with the date ”March 29, 1962.” Cover has ”Final / Confidential / For Planning Purposes Only” printed on it, as well as, ”Something’s Got to Give / March 29, 1962” and ”Property of / Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation” imprinted with the studio logo. Script measures 8.5” x 11” with some minor creasing, else very good. Housed in a custom-made red cloth box with a matching red leather slipcase. With Christie’s provenance. Sold for $25,428.

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Marilyn Monroe’s ”Something’s Got to Give” Personal Copy of the Final Script . Click to enlarge.

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