TV legend Michael Landon starred in the 1957 American International Pictures blockbuster "I Was a Teenage Werewolf," a production of American International Pictures" James H. Nicholson and Herman Cohen. The film was one of the biggest money-makers in the company's early history and launched a series of horror flicks ingeniously targeting teenage movie-goers.
The drive-in classic shocked audiences with its tale of Tony Rivers, a troubled teenager, whose psychiatrist uses hypnotic regression and a mysterious serum to transform Tony into a murderous half man, half wolf.
Full-color bust is individually numbered on bottom of display base and limited to only 150 pieces worldwide (number shown in photo not necessarily the number available).
Licensed and authorized by Susan Nicholson Hofheinz 2011.
Collector's Note: LAST ONE! New and never displayed. Claw/hand was received from manufacturer with broken nail tip on one finger which we have glued back into place. 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. Each bust is individually cast, molded and hand painted.
Important Shipping Note: This item must be purchased by itself only without any other items. USPS requires a 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.