James H. Nicholson and Herman Cohen unveiled "I Was a Teenage Frankenstein" on the heels of the 1957 American International Pictures blockbuster "I Was a Teenage Werewolf."
Here Professor Frankenstein schemes to create a living human from dead cadavers, after recovering a body from a catastrophic automobile wreck. The professor's experiment springs forth a monster that goes on a killing spree, and is known and remembered by moviegoers as the Teenage Frankenstein.
Each full-color bust is individually numbered on bottom of display base and limited to only 100 pieces worldwide.
Licensed and authorized by Susan Nicholson Hofheinz 2011.
Collector's Note: Some assembly required. To display this bust, head must be set onto base. It could be mounted more securely if desired. External manufacturer's shipping carton is thin-walled soft cardboard and as a result the internal packaging box will show box dings/dents or push-ins from original shipping from manufacturer. We are not responsible for manufacturer defects in paint or casting of the actual bust as each is individually cast, molded and hand painted.
Important Shipping Note: U.S. shipping only for this item. The USPS adds a required DIM Weight surcharge due to the size and weight of this package. Double-boxing or extra cardboard wrap is available at added cost -- contact us before purchasing.