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Sell or Auction Your 1935 Werewolf of London Insert Movie Poster for up to About $60,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

FREE VALUATION. To buy, auction, sell or consign your 1935 Werewolf of London insert movie poster that is for sale, please email your description and photos to [email protected] of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com).

Sell Your 1935 Werewolf of London Insert Movie Poster

Werewolf of London is a 1935 Universal Pictures film directed by Stuart Walker and stars Henry Hull as the werewolf. It was the first mainstream Hollywood film to revolve around a werewolf. Hull plays a botanist who travels to Thailand to research the mariphasa plant and while there gets bitten by a creature. He later begins to morph into a werewolf and learns that the plant he was researching is the antidote. In popular culture Werewolf of London has inspired several songs, most notably Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London”.

Below is a recent realized price for a 1935 Werewolf of London insert movie poster. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to this amount or more for you:

1935 Werewolf of London Insert Movie Poster. Sold for About $60,000.

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Very Early 1937 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor Awarded to Joseph Schildkraut for ”The Life of Emile Zola”

Bronze tablet Oscar awarded to Joseph Schildkraut for Best Supporting Actor in ”The Life of Emile Zola” directed by William Dieterle. The film also took home the Best Picture and Best Screenplay awards during the 10th Academy Awards held 10 March 1938 at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. Born in Austria, Schildkraut moved to America in the early 1900’s to become a Broadway performer, silent film actor and finally, a prominent film star in the Golden Age of Hollywood. His role as Captain Alfred Dreyfus in ”The Life of Emile Zola” became seminal to his career and his Oscar win here marked the first time a Jewish actor was awarded an Oscar. Dreyfus, the infamous French Jewish artillery officer falsely accused and convicted of treason in 1894, polarized the country in what became known as the Dreyfus Affair; writer Emile Zola put his life on the line in his famous public newspaper outcry ”J’Accuse” to help the eventual pardon of Dreyfus, as the film depicts. Symbolically, Schildkraut’s 1937 Academy Award represents not only the second issued Best Supporting Actor award in Oscar history but also the second Oscar awarded to a Jewish actor. Issued during the period when the traditional Oscar statue was only given to actors in leading roles, this bronze tablet-style award features the Oscar figure in relief. Beside it, the words ”Academy / of / Motion Picture / Arts & Sciences / Award of Merit / for / Outstanding / Achievement” appear. Mounted to a black marble base. A plaque on the front of the base is engraved: ”Presented to Joseph Schildkraut / In Recognition of His Performance in / ‘The Life of Emile Zola’ / 1937”. Award measures 6.25” in total height, 5.75” across, and base measures 3.25” deep. The presentation plate re-affixed to base has some glue residue, surface wear and one very small indentation to rear edge of tablet. Stamped on the verso ”Dodge Inc. L.A.”, the company who manufactured the awards at that time. Very good to near fine condition. Obtained from the Joseph Schildkraut estate. Sold for $92,866.

1935 Werewolf of London Insert Movie Poster
Very Early 1937 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor Awarded to Joseph Schildkraut for ”The Life of Emile Zola”. Click to enlarge.

”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.

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

Auction your 1935 Werewolf of London insert movie poster at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. Send a description and images of your 1935 Werewolf of London insert movie poster to us at [email protected].

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.

Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” Lobby Card from Universal’s Classic 1935 Film Starring Boris Karloff & Bela Lugosi

Lobby card from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”, adapted by Universal in 1935 as one of its marquee horror films. With two of Hollywood’s most bankable stars in the lead, Borris Karloff & Bela Lugosi, the darkly atmospheric and haunting film was considered too strong for 1935 audience’s tastes, but is now held as an exemplar of Universal’s horror franchise, following on the heels of “Dracula” and “Frankenstein”. Lobby card measures 14″ x 11″. Some discoloration to bottom left corner. Overall very good plus condition with still bright colors. Extremely rare. Sold for $5,000.

1935 Werewolf of London Insert Movie Poster
Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” Lobby Card from Universal’s Classic 1935 Film Starring Boris Karloff & Bela Lugosi. Click to enlarge.

FREE VALUATION. To buy, auction, sell or consign your 1935 Werewolf of London insert movie poster that is for sale, please email your description and photos to [email protected] of Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com).

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