This is a clever billboard design for a show that apparently was not nearly as clever.
During the day, the billboard is a series of stakes next to the show information. At night, a light clicks on, and the shadow gradually transforms into an image of Dracula.
From Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.
This Bela Lugosi 1:1 scale bust from Black Heart Enterprises is super-detailed thanks to sculptor Jeff Yagher, and also relatively expensive at around $600.
Funko continues its retro line of ReAction toys designed to look like they were produced in the late 1970s/early 1980s (similar to Kenner toys of the era) with this set of Universal Monsters figures.
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