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The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
by Greg Staples
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Mia Farrow in publicity still for Rosemary's Baby (1968)
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Boris Karloff on stage, 1914
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Corridors of Blood (1958)
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Christopher Lee and Frank Pettingell in Corridors of Blood (1958)
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Mark of the Vampire (1935)
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The Sentinel (1977)
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Ava Gardner in The Sentinel (1977)
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The Sentinel (1977)
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La comtesse noire (1973)
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weirdlookindog · 17 hours
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"Night brings death. . . ."
Lawrence Sterne Stevens (1884-1960) - Illustration for Edward Shanks' 'The People of the Ruins'
(Famous Fantastic Mysteries, June 1947)
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"Man had fought man with increasing fury, until at last the world was too weary to fight - or to live. . . ."
Lawrence Sterne Stevens (1884-1960) - Illustration for Edward Shanks' 'The People of the Ruins'
(Famous Fantastic Mysteries, June 1947)
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Again and again the terrified world had cried, “They are on the march!’’
Lawrence Sterne Stevens (1884-1960) - Illustration for Warwick Deeping's 'The Man Who Went Back'
(Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1947)
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"Two loyalties . . . two ages . . . two loves … a man that Time forgot . . ."
Lawrence Sterne Stevens (1884-1960) - Illustration for Warwick Deeping's 'The Man Who Went Back'
(Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1947)
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"The decision is yours. The fate of the future is in your hands alone"
Lawrence Sterne Stevens (1884-1960) - Illustration for C. S. Forester's 'The Peacemaker'
(Famous Fantastic Mysteries, February 1948)
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Dan Hillier - The Call of Cthulhu & Other Weird Tales
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Susan Denberg in Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
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