X-Plus and SOTA Toys joined forces to create a series of classic horror icons from Universal Monsters. The result' An incredible line of highly detailed movie collectibles. This true-to-life Cold Cast Resin Bust displays The Monster as portrayed by Boris Karloff in the 1931 Frankenstein. Measures 8" (in 1:6 scale) and comes packaged in a window box for safe shipping.
Frankenstein 1931 Mini Resin Bust 1/6 Scale
When Universal released “Frankenstein” in 1931 the film was a very unique piece to watch. The film has always been regarded as a black and white classic when it was nothing of the sort. When audiences originally saw the film in theatres the daylight scenes were in amber, the night in pale blue, the eerie scenes in green and the fiery climax in red. Universal also thought it was necessary to hype the film up a bit. As if the film wasn’t scary enough on its own the studio found it in their best interest to park an ambulance out in front of many theatres and to keep two nurses on hand in the lobby to raise the chill factor. They even went as far as to place an actress in the audience during every showing who would, at the scariest moment in the film, scream, jump out of her seat, and run up the aisle and out of the theatre. Too bad we don’t see theatrics like that anymore.
See Also: Frankenstein - Bobble Head - Universal Monsters - Neca
Frankenstein - Resin Bust - Universal Monsters - X-Plus/SOTA Toys
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