These squishy danglers were sold through Walgreen's during October '06 or '07, I forget which... and may well have been offered during other Octobers, too! You'll note the Monster and the Bride are represented!
This absolutely gorgeous ring was offered on eBay a few times. Probably not the same ring, mind you! Another item that was probably not properly licensed, it was also very expensive (at least, for my budget)!
Kudos to Aurora! When they produced this snap-together model kit in the 1970s, they called him The Frankenstein Monster, not just Frankenstein! I don't know if this was the same kit as their Monster Scenes model or not...
Lon Chaney, Jr., born Creighton Chaney on February 10, 1906 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Played the Monster in Son of Frankenstein and Ghost of Frankenstein, as well as the Wolfman in Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman, House of Frankenstein, House of Dracula, and Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, plus he had a part in Dracula Vs. Frankenstein!
Here's a really interesting item... this "movie viewer" appears to use cartridges -- not film, but a series of still photos on a spindle -- that, when you turn the crank, is like an oldstyle nickelodeon movie viewer, like the flip-it features of some Big Little Books! I have no idea if it's actually photos or artwork, however...
This card game -- which I think was produced in Canada, but could've just as easily been made anywhere else -- is probably completely unauthorized. Why do I think this? Well, there's the Wolfman and Frankenstein Monster from Universal, the Cyclops from Ray Harryhausen's Sindbad movie, the giant caterpillar thing from It Challeged the World, one of Ghidrah's heads, and the Keeper and the Gorn from different Star Trek episodes!
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