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Jun 2 16 3:07 AM
Not at all, Clark. I’m just glad I can add a layer of info.
I checked, I have a couple more news items about this, and some background on the makeup man. Also, « In The Bag » was the title of a live revue that opened in New York while the film was shooting, so that might have been an extra incentive to change the title.
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Rick wrote:Quote:Can we find anything earlier? Anyone willing to flip through their pre-62 oldest Famous Monsters?
I sorta did that yesterday. I can't say I fine-tooth-combed them, but I flipped through and checked any article that was in the ballpark, anything about Frankenstein or the individual films, anything about the Wolf Man, or Karloff, Lugosi, Chaney Jr., Strange, stuntmen. I checked all the FMs from 2-25 (except #4--#1 and #4 are the two I've never owned...sigh), all the Fantastic Monsters except #1 which I know I have but could not find, all the Charltons, and odds and ends like the Shrieks, Monsters and Vampires (is that the title?), Journal of Frankenstein, a few other things. I didn't find anything else of interest to this thread. And now that I look at this list, I realize I didn't check Castle of Frankenstein. What's up with that? I'll check CoF if I have time, which may not be the case for a couple of days.
My searching did find lots of neat stuff, especially in the letters columns. Missives from Mark McGee, John Soister, Dave Szurek, a photo of young Bill Warren with Forry, and, best of all, a 1977 letter (in Photon?) from a very worried Timothy R. Lucas, who was quite concerned about a Bava article because he, young Timothy, was working on the definitive Bava book. Hey, Tim, good luck with that!
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