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House Of Frankenstein ( 1944 ).
Looking at all the U.S. paper including the insert image I have displayed along with the Australian newspaper advertisement which is similar, one wonders the reason why Universal produced the Australian daybill in a design so different. Of interest the actors' credits on the U.S. insert are in exactly the same order as the Australian newspaper advertisement whereas the billing order is in a different sequence on the daybill plus Elena Verdugo appearing on the U.S. insert and Australian newspaper advertisement has been replaced by George Zucco on the Australian daybill. This then had me thinking is the daybill perhaps a re-release poster from the very early 1950s but immediately ruled this out as the Universal logo is the correct one for the release date in Australia at the time and this along with the appropriate horror censorship rating certainly makes the poster original release. Further confirmation for being so is that within a year or so the new Universal International identification started to appear on Australian posters so a re-release poster would show Universal International on it.
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British Quad which has been folded just the right amount of times and shoved under one of the corners to stop the place from wobbling.