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Sir Masksalot

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Re: Mask sightings at horror/sci-fi conventions
« Reply #15 on: October 14, 2023, 12:06:04 PM »
Is that "Dr. Gogol" near the TV screen in the 2nd pic?

Yes, one of The Halloween Society's unreleased editions.


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Re: Mask sightings at horror/sci-fi conventions
« Reply #16 on: October 14, 2023, 02:55:14 PM »
Yes, one of The Halloween Society's unreleased editions.

Too bad. He's pretty cool!
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Re: Mask sightings at horror/sci-fi conventions
« Reply #17 on: October 16, 2023, 09:52:03 AM »
'A fellow monster kid, happy with his new ToTS Creature mask >



The final event at Son of Monsterpalooza yesterday was the Jack Pierce panel.
Discussing his life and career at Universal were three makeup FX professionals >



One of them brought along a prop head of Frankenstein '31 which sat on
a chair next to Craig Reardon during the presentation >



I could hardly wait to move in for close-ups of it and got my chance
when the speeches were over >



I later learned it was made by Scott Stoddard and others at Legacy Effects.









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Re: Mask sightings at horror/sci-fi conventions
« Reply #18 on: October 17, 2023, 12:30:33 AM »
Nice photos, Sir!

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« Reply #19 on: October 31, 2023, 02:49:08 AM »
Thanks Sir Masksalot for the fantastic photographs of the October show.  The “Monsterpalooza” and “Son of Monterpalooza” events always appear to be such fun. I was unable to find good coverage of the either show this year on any of the other monster forums.  So your photographs of both events are very much appreciated. Hopefully someday before I’m planted… I will make it one of these incredible events.

I especially enjoyed seeing the photos of the Legacy Karloff Frankenstein 1931 bust.  That is quite an impressive piece.  It is a Frankenstein lover’s dream to be sure.

The Halloween Society display photos are also some of my favorites that you posted.  Those historic pieces are just so cool. The Fredric March "Mr. Hyde" is still the best creepy likeness to date of the character in my opinion.   

Here are a few more photos of the bust from the Legacy FX’s website from some years ago. I saved these pictures for my archives. All of the photos of the silicone Karloff Frankie have now been removed from their website. I will post them here on the UMA site so they can live on.  From what I recall reading at the time Legacy FX' made several of these special Karloff 31’ silicone busts for a charity project. They even duplicated Karloff’s large pupil eyes in their finishing which was neat.

Thanks again Sir for the always great photos and information.  Happy Halloween to all!  tynhrt




 

 

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