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Jack Palance as Dracula | 11x17 Art Print

Jack Palance as Dracula | 11x17 Art Print

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Bram Stoker's Dracula, as it was titled at the time, was first broadcast on CBS-TV broadcast in October 1973, but was pre-empted by a live press conference by Richard Nixon on the resignation of Spiro Agnew. CBS tried a second time to broadcast it the following February, and even released a bloodier version of the film in theaters in Europe. Sadly, it's mostly forgotten today, likely crushed under the weight of the other Dracula movies released late that decade.

Comics artist Gene Colan reportedly based his version of the count in Marvel's Tomb of Dracula on Jack Palance ... years before the actor took on the role. Combining the two concepts felt natural.

11" x 17" glossy text-weight paper.

Use the code FREEBIE to get one free 11x17 poster if you buy two (or spend $30 in any other way) - it's my gift to you! Just put three prints in your cart and the code will take $15 off.

Designed and printed in Columbia, South Carolina.  Ships in tubes made in the USA.
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