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(2) Unused 1955 Tarantula Monster Horror Movie Ad Mat Molds
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The picture below shows a larger view of the (2) Unused 1955 Tarantula Monster Movie Ad Mat Molds in this lot. The ad mats are not dated but they are from the 1955 movie. These are molds in which lead is poured to create a thin metal negative image that is then mounted on a wooden block for printing. Advertising is no longer being made or printed like this.

The ad mats are like miniature 3-D posters and would look nice framed, or you could still use them to make print blocks. The print block would have been used to print on movie pages in newspapers, in magazines, or in the movie theater programs. It is made of a thick compressed paper board.

Both of these have the tarantula and one has two people screaming. The admats are marked as follows:

TARANTULA!
STARRING JOHN AGAR MARA CORDAY LEO G. CARROLL
A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL (logo)
MAT NO. 201
AD MAT NO. 201 - 2 COL. x 1'' - 28 LINES

TARANTULA!
STARRING JOHN AGAR MARA CORDAY LEO G. CARROLL
A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL (logo)
MAT NO. 102
AD MAT NO. 102 - 1 COL. x 1'' - 14 LINES

The larger ad mat measure about 4-1/4'' x 2-1/4''. They appear to be in mint unused condition as pictured.

Below here, for reference, is a cast list from the 1955 movie:

Cast

John Agar - Dr. Matt Hastings
Mara Corday - Stephanie 'Steve' Clayton
Leo G. Carroll - Professor Gerald Deemer
Nestor Paiva - Sheriff Jack Andrews
Ross Elliott - Joe Burch
Edwin Rand - Lt. John Nolan
Raymond Bailey - Townsend
Hank Patterson - Josh
Bert Holland - Barney Russell
Steve Darrell - Andy Andersen
Dee Carroll - Telephone Operator (uncredited)
Edgar Dearing - Second Tramp (uncredited)
Don Dillaway - Jim Bagny (uncredited)
Clint Eastwood - Jet Squadron Leader (uncredited)
Jane Howard - Coed Secretary (uncredited)
James Hyland - Trooper Grayson (uncredited)
Tom London - Jeff (1st Tramp) (uncredited)
Bob Nelson - State Trooper (uncredited)
Eddie Parker - Paul Lund / Eric Jacobs (uncredited)
Ray Quinn - State Trooper (uncredited)
Vernon Rich - Ridley (uncredited)
Bing Russell - Deputy (uncredited)
Robert R. Stephenson - Warehouseman (uncredited)
Jack Stoney - Helper (uncredited)
Stuart Wade - Maj. Vernon (scenes deleted) (uncredited)
Billy Wayne - Murphy (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt - Driver (uncredited)
Bud Wolfe - Bus Driver (uncredited)

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(2) Unused 1955 Tarantula Monster Horror Movie Ad Mat Molds


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