BOWERY AT MIDNIGHT (1942)

Fox, Wallace (director)

Published by Monogram, 1942
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Vintage original 11 x 14" (28 x 35 cm.) lobby card, USA. Bela Lugosi, John Archer, Wanda Mckay, Tom Neal, Vincent Barnett, dir: Wallace Fox; Monogram. A gaggle of 1940s sweater girls gather around Prof. Frederick Brenner, alias Karl Wagner (Bela Lugosi), who teaches them psychology. But this is just one of his faces, as he also plays a kindly character who runs a night time soup kitchen in the Bowery. The soup kitchen, however, is really a front for his role as a crime boss and uses the mission to recruit down-and-out people, including convicts, into his racket. When things get out of hand in a series of robberies and murders, he kills his henchmen -- who turn into zombies in the cellar of the soup kitchen. There is one small piece of tape on back of one corner, and remnants of tape left in other corners, VERY GOOD. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: BOWERY AT MIDNIGHT (1942)
Publisher: Monogram
Publication Date: 1942
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Very Good

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Published by Astor (1949)
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Walter Reuben, Inc.
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Book Description Astor, 1949. No Binding. Book Condition: Near Fine. Vintage original 41 x 27" (103 x 68 cm.) one sheet poster, USA. Bela Lugosi, John Archer, Wanda McKay, Tom Neal, Vince Barnett, dir: Wallace Fox; Astor. Here is the very atmospheric and sinister one sheet poster for this title's 1949 re-release through Astor Pictures. Bela Lugosi plays a professor of Criminology who secretly runs a soup kitchen, which is really a front for a gang or robbers and murderers. This reissue poster is effectively identical to the 1942 original one sheet, with the only difference being that the 1942 version gives Monogram as the distributor. Poster is very clean and vibrant on linen. There is touch-up along the fold lines and a few small spots of the bottom blank white margin. ABOUT FINE. Bookseller Inventory # wf2383

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