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Unused 1958 Return of Dracula & The Flame Barrier Movie Ad Mat Mold
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The picture shows a view of this Unused 1958 Return of Dracula & The Flame Barrier Movie Ad Mat Mold. The ad mat is not dated but it is from 1958 when these two movies were made. This is a mold 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 mat is like a miniature 3-D poster and would look nice framed, or you could still use it and make print blocks from it. 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. This admat has images of a pretty lady, Dracula's eyes, and an image of a man and woman. It is marked as follows:

THE MOST TERRIFYING NAME IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD NOW GIVES YOU THE MOST HORRIFYING THRILL IN THE HISTORY OF MOTION PICTURES!
THE RETURN OF DRACULA
STARRING FRANCIS LEDERER - NORMA EBERHARDT
WITH RAY STRICKLYN - JOHN WENGRAF - VIRGINIA VINCENT
RELEASED THRU UA UNITED ARTISTS
THEATRE

PLUS 2nd CHILLING HIT!
THE FIRST SATELLITE THAT RETURNED TO EARTH ... AND THE HELL IT BROUGHT WITH IT!
''THE FLAME BARRIER''
STARRING ARTHUR FRANZ - KATHLEEN CROWLEY WITH ROBERT BROWN
RELEASED THRU UA UNITED ARTISTS



The ad mat measures about 4-9/16'' x 4-9/16''. It is in near mint unused condition with a water spot in the upper left corner as pictured. Below here, for reference, is a cast list from the two 1958 movies:

THE RETURN OF DRACULA

Cast

Francis Lederer - Count Dracula, posing as Bellac Gordal
Norma Eberhardt - Rachel Mayberry
Ray Stricklyn - Tim Hansen
Jimmy Baird - Mickey Mayberry (as Jimmie Baird)
Greta Granstedt - Cora Mayberry
Virginia Vincent - Jennie Blake
John Wengraf - John Meiermann
Gage Clarke - Doctor Reverend Whitfield
John McNamara - Sheriff Bicknell
Harry Harvey - Station Agent (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Melvin F. Allen - Mel, the Baggage Clerk (as Mel F. Allen)
Dan Gachman - County Clerk
Hope Summers - Cornelia (scenes deleted)
Robert Lynn - Dr. Paul Beecher
William Fawcett - Eddie, Station Agent (uncredited)
Joseph Hamilton - Man reporting murder at station (uncredited)
Belle Mitchell - Cornelia (uncredited)
Norbert Schiller - Bellack Gordal, the real one (uncredited)
Charles Tannen - Mack Bryant, Dept. of Immigration (uncredited)

_______________________

THE FLAME BARRIER

Cast

Arthur Franz - Dave Hollister
Kathleen Crowley - Carol Dahlmann
Robert Brown - Matt Hollister
Vincent Padula - Julio
Rodd Redwing - Waumi
Kaz Oran - Tispe
Grace Mathews - Mexican girl
Pilar Del Rey - Indian girl
Larry Duran - Bearer
Bernie Gozier - Wounded Indian
Roberto Contreras - Village Indian
Dan Gachman - Unidentifed Role

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Unused 1958 Return of Dracula & The Flame Barrier Movie Ad Mat Mold


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