A 1930s classic movie poster was auctioned for a hefty price.
The film The Invisible Man, directed by Leigh Whannell, premiered at the end of February and is already available at online rentals due to the coronavirus.
The Invisible Man has been filmed many times, but the best version is still directed by James Whale, which premiered in 1933. Its original poster was sold at an amazing auction at Heritage Auctions last weekend. The winning bid was $ 182,400, although it was expected to be traded for up to $ 125,000.
Original Heritage posters of films like Frankenstein, Horror of Dracula and Creature from the Black Lagoon were on sale at Heritage Auctions. They generated a total of $ 2.64 million.
The most recent movie, The Invisible Man, was found by Murupakak to be quite a passel:
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