Dracula's Daughter (1936) in the PNW

Here is a collection of print media from the initial runs of 1936's "Dracula's Daughter" in the Pacific Northwest. As Carl Laemmle was removed from Universal after it was taken over by the Standard Capital Corp, this film seemingly spelled the end of horror from Universal, and in turn, from Hollywood.
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May 13, 1936 photo
May 13, 1936 photo

June 11, 1936 article
June 11, 1936 article

June 12, 1936 ad (Portland)
June 12, 1936 ad (Portland)

June 12, 1936 article
June 12, 1936 article

June 13, 1936 ad (Portland)
June 13, 1936 ad (Portland)

June 21, 1936 photo
June 21, 1936 photo

June 24, 1936 ad (Seattle)
June 24, 1936 ad (Seattle)

June 25, 1936 ad (Seattle)
June 25, 1936 ad (Seattle)


June 25, 1936 article. This touches on the end of horror for Universal.


Dracula's Daughter trailer 

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