Retro Horror

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Vintage horror ads, toys, etc.

Heather Cope
I love horror movies & typewriters. Horror Movie Characters, Horror Films, Horror Art, Horror Books, House On Haunted Hill, Hill House, Horror Movie Posters, Horror Movie Quotes, Vincent Price

365 Days of Halloween

This Tumblr is dedicated to all things Hallowe'en 365 days a year! Blog Owners: Lynzee & Rachelle

 1935 release of The Bride of Frankenstein directed by James Whale. Played by Elsa Lanchester. Elsa also played the part of Mary Shelley who was the author of the novel Frankenstein which was published in Classic Horror Movies, Horror Films, Horror Art, Horror Posters, Movie Posters, Elsa Lanchester, Looks Party, Films Cinema, Estilo Pin Up

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The Bride of Frankenstein Elsa Lanchester, Boris Karloff Director: James Whale - A sequel that is just as good as the original. Lots of sexual tension if you look for it. The Monster: "I want friend like me. Horror Icons, Horror Films, Horror Art, Mary Shelley, Beetlejuice, Estilo Tim Burton, Hollywood Monsters, Elsa Lanchester, Films Cinema

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Groovy Frankenstein on a Les Paul. Rock N Roll, Pop Rock, Space Ghost, Guitar Art, Cool Guitar, Guitar Solo, Guitar Tips, Guitar Chords, Beetlejuice

The EVH Franky will be especially fitting in his hands and a smile on his face

CLASSIC HORROR: The special effects then were so advanced. I loved the old old horror movies. Werewolf, the Mummy, Frankenstein, the Creature & Dracula. Lon Chaney as the Wolf Man. Retro Horror, Horror Icons, Vintage Horror, Classic Monster Movies, Classic Horror Movies, Classic Monsters, Horror Monsters, Scary Monsters, Famous Monsters

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