If she wasn’t getting a grapefruit in the face from The Public Enemy, James Cagney, Mae Clarke was also known as “Elizabeth”, the lonely bride of Colin Clive’s “Henry Frankenstein” in the original 1931 Frankenstein. Here we have a great 12x9” B&W shot of Mae as “Elizabeth” in her wedding dress with Karloff’s “Monster” slowly creeping up behind her. It’s matted along with an inscribed card, dated 1983, to an overall 16x18” size.
MATTED PHOTOS: Each autograph is an actual signature matted with the described photo and NOT an actual signed photo or item. ALL pieces make attractive display pieces ready to slide into a frame and hang on the wall.