Boris Karloff Autograph Signature Cut. Frankenstein. Matting: 12 x 16 inches. Photo: 8 x 10 inches. Signature cut: 1.5 x 2.75 inches. Beautiful custom matting in wine-burgundy red, with gray and white border windows, reproduction glossy photograph from the film Frankenstein. Signature cut at bottom center, in window, inscribed “Sincerely, Boris Karloff” in old ink (browned) on old yellow notebook paper. Most suitable for framing. A beautiful one of a kind piece. Karloff (1887-1969), best known as the “monster” in Universal’s Frankenstein in 1931. An icon in the genre of horror appearing as numerous villains and monsters in the 1930s and 40’s, and a revival in the 1960’s with Roger Corman films. DP1198 $600.00
Stephen King Autograph Photo. Maximum Overdrive. De Laurentis Entertainment Group, 1986. Very rare. 8 x 10 inches. Promotional glossy b&w, signed by King in black felt tip. Blue ink underline to text “Writer/Director Stephen King” at bottom. Suitable for framing. At time of description we find no other copies of this exact movie still signed by King, and only a few pieces anywhere signed by him of this particular film, all of them inscribed. Horror. Stephen King. Film. Movies. Director. DP1122 $250.00
John Leguizamo Autograph. Violator Clown From Spawn. 8 x 10 inches. Awesome color glossy with white borders signed in blue felt tip. Leguizamo as the Violator clown from the film Spawn (1997). Rare shot and signature. Suitable for framing.
Horror. Spawn. Todd McFarlane. Comics. Comedy. Thriller. Devil. Hell. Comedian. DP1054 $50.00
Johnny Knoxville Autograph. Men in Black 2. 8 x 10 inches. Color glossy of Knoxville signed in blue felt tip from the movie Men in Black 2. Knoxville is well known as the creator and star of the daredevil tv series and films Jackass. Suitable for framing.
Action. Science fiction. Fantasy. Television. Jackass. Daredevil. Stunts. DP1052 $40.00
Langer, A.J. [Lady Courtenay].
A.J. Langer Autograph. People Under the Stairs. 8 x 10 inches. Color glossy of Langer from the Wes Craven film People Under the Stairs. Suitable for framing. Langer (aka Lady Courtenay) is best known for her role in the television series My So-Called Life. In 2004 she married Lord Charles Courtenay, son of 18th Earl of Devon. She has given up acting and resides in London. Her autograph is extremely rare.
People Under the Stairs is a Dark Parks favorite. Horror. Wes Craven. Royalty. DP1053 $50.00
Jenna Jameson Autograph. Sexy Porn Queen Color Glossy. 8 x 10 inches. Color glossy of the porno queen signed in blue felt tip. Sizzling photo. Suitable for framing. Sex. Women. Pornography. Jenna Jameson. Models. DP1050 $50.00
Val Kilmer Autograph. The Doors. Break On Through. 8 x 10 inches. Color glossy 8 x 10. Val Kilmer signed and inscribed “Break on Through!”. Color print from the movie The Doors, with white border. Oliver Stone’s homage to The Doors (1991) also doubles as a biography of the legendary singer, Jim Morrison (Val Kilmer). Perhaps, Kilmer’s best performance on the big screen. It has been written that even the surving Doors had trouble distinguishing Kilmer’s vocal from Morrison originals (not only did Kilmer look like Morrison, he sounded like him and did much of his own singing in the movie). Autographs. The Doors. Jim Morrison. DP1005 $75.00
Dark Parks Books & Collectibles
Christopher Lee Autograph. Tall, Dark and Gruesome Sticker Bookplate. Midnight Marquee Press, August 1999. 3 x 5 inches. Awesome piece. Black and yellow border, thick black text with beautiful signature by Lee in blue ink. A special edition bookplate sticker (still intact and as new). Suitable for framing. Would be really great matted and framed with a photo of Lee. Horror. Dracula. Vampires. Hammer Horror. Fantasy. Science fiction. Star Wars. Lord of the Rings. DP1124 $100.00
Bela Lugosi Autograph. Custom Framed Vintage Signature. Dracula. Signature cut: 1.5 x 3 inches. Framed overall: 12.5 x 16.5 inches. Stunning piece. Custom framed in black with silver trim. Red-velvet matting to match the blood-red ink signature, on vintage yellow autograph booklet paper, with large b&w paper photo. Lugosi signatures are rare. A blood-red autograph is prize-worthy. Lugosi (1882-1956), best known as Count Dracula in the original Universal film in 1931. Horror. Dracula. Lugosi. Monsters. Universal. Vampire. DP1128 $1000.00
Lewis, Herschell Gordon.
Herschell Gordon Lewis Autograph. Blood Feast. 8 x 10 inches. Glossy black and white reprint of Blood Feast (1963) flier, signed in bold blue felt pen, outer right edge with minor rub, no affect. Suitable for framing. Lewis (b.1929), the “Godfather of Gore”, creator of the “splatter” subgenre of horror films. Best known for his film Two Thousand Maniacs (1964) and what many consider the first “gore” flick ever, Blood Feast.
Horror. Gore. Splatter. Film. Movies. DP1126 $40.00
Christopher Lee and Christopher Neame Autographs. Dracula AD. 8 x 10 inches. Black and white glossy, signed in black ink by Lee and Neame. Neame has inscribed “Best Wishes”. Neame played Johnny Alucard, the personal assistant and resurrector to Christopher Lee, as Dracula. Horror. Dracula. Christopher Lee. Hammer. Hammer Horror. Monsters. Vampire. DP1099 $200.00
Elsa Lanchester Autograph. Bride of Frankenstein Signature Cut, Matted. 12 x 16 inches, 3.75 x 2.75 inches, cut. Beautiful 9.5 x 13.5 inch black and white full pose photograph of Lanchester as The Bride from Bride of Frankenstein, with large clean signature cut in window at bottom right, professionally double-matted in gray and white, a beautiful piece. One of a kind, most suitable for framing. Elsa Lanchester (1902-1986), actress best known for her role as The Bride (aka Monsters Mate), in Bride of Frankenstein (1935), she also played author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in the same film. She was nominated for best supporting actress in 1949 for the film Come to the Stable. Lanchester is credited with over 100 roles in front of the camera with dozens of characters on the big screen and two decades of television work for various shows. Lanchester was hand picked by her friend, and the director of Frankenstein (1931) and The Invicible Man (1933), James Whale - to specifically portray the role of The Bride and Mary Shelley for The Bride of Frankenstein. Lanchester played the role with brilliance through painful costumes of wrapped bandages and heavy makeup, her eyes kept taped up for long periods of time, and the famous long hair combed over a wire mesh cage. Many consider The Bride of Frankenstein the best of the golden age horror films. DP1196 $500.00