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John Carradine "Terror In The Wax Museum" Photo Signed Autograph Horror

Carradine, John  Terror In The Wax Museum Photo Signed Autograph Horror
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Carradine, John "Terror In The Wax Museum" Photo Signed Autograph Horror
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Carradine, John  Terror In The Wax Museum Photo Signed Autograph HorrorCarradine, John  Terror In The Wax Museum Photo Signed Autograph Horror
This item is a 7 1/2" X 9 1/2",black and white lithograph photo of actor John Carradine in a scene from the 1973 Horror Movie-"Terror In The Wax Museum". The lithograph photo has been mounted on a 7 1/2" X 9 1/2" piece of photography paper.Beginning with The Prisoner of Shark Island (1934) Carradine appeared in ten John Ford productions, including The Grapes of Wrath (1940), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962) and Stagecoach (1939). He also portrayed the Biblical hero Aaron in The Ten Commandments (1956). He did considerable stage work, much of which provided his only opportunity to work in a classic drama context. He toured with his own Shakespearean company in the 1940s, playing Hamlet and Macbeth. His Broadway roles included Ferdinand in a 1946 production of John Webster's The Duchess of Malfi, the Ragpicker in a 13-month run of Jean Giraudoux's The Madwoman of Chaillot, Lycus in a 15-month run of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and DeLacey in the expensive one-night flop Frankenstein in 1981. He also toured in road companies of such shows as Tobacco Road and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in which he was properly emaciated as the cancer-ridden Big Daddy.Carradine claimed to have appeared in more than 450 movies, but only 225 movies can be documented (his count is closer to fact if theatrical movies, made-for-TV movies and TV shows are included). He often played eccentric, mad or diabolical characters, especially in the horror genre with which he had become identified as a "star" by the mid-1940s. He occasionally, however, did play a "good guy" role, as in The Grapes of Wrath, in which he played Casy, the ill-fated "preacher". He appeared in seemingly dozens of low-budget horror films from the 1940s onwards, in order to finance a touring classical theatre company. He even sang the theme song to one film he appeared in briefly, Red Zone Cuba. He also made more than one hundred television appearances, including CBS's My Friend Flicka, NBC's Overland Trail in the 1960 episode "The Reckoning" and on ABC's Harrigan and Son and The Legend of Jesse James. He made recurring appearances as the mortician, Mr. Gateman, on CBS's The Munsters. In 1985, Carradine won a Daytime Emmy award for his performance as an eccentric old man who lives by the railroad tracks in the Young People's Special, 'Umbrella Jack'. Carradine's last released film credit was Bikini Drive-In, released years after his death. The lithograph photo has been autographed on the front by John Carradine with a fountain pen in blue..........BOTH PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION..........