Factory Entertainment Universal Monsters Frankenstein Tin Tote

  • Retro-styled lunch box
  • Constructed from sturdy metal
  • Beautifully detailed and very trendy
  • Great for fans, collectors, children, and adults
  • Highly collectible

Celebrate Universal’s classic horror movie ‘Frankenstein’ with this lunch box/tin tote featuring the iconic image of Boris Karloff as The Monster. This retro style lunch box is a great way to pack a meal for school or work.

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Rubies Deluxe Frankenstein Mask

  • 100% Other Fibers
  • Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Hand Wash
  • Includes: Overhead Vinyl Mask

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Lon Chaney Phantom of The Opera 1/8 Plastic Model Kit Atlantis Toy and Hobby

1/8 Scale.This classic kit comes molded in gray. Features 34 parts and stands over 10 Inches high. Comes from the original Aurora Tooling now owned by Atlantis.Officially licensed from Chaney Entertainment. Skill level 2 ages 12 and up.

  • Plastic Model Kit
  • Made in the USA From the classic Aurora Monster Tooling

Universal Monsters Creature from The Black Lagoon 1:8 Scale Model Kit

  • 1/8 scale
  • Requires paint and glue
  • Skill Level 3
  • Ages 15 and up


Universal Monsters Creature from the Black Lagoon 1:8 Scale Model Kit

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Mego Action Figure 8″ Dracula, Multicolor

  • Ready to feast on human blood, Dracula is a must-have Figure for your horror collection.
  • Figure stands 8” Tall and has 14 points of articulation
  • Made of PVC. Washable.
  • Official Mego collector foil stamp. Limited edition serial number.
  • Accessories include a red cape.


Dracula, portrayed by Bela Lugosi, is back to stalk us all! Transylvania’s most famous resident is known for feeding on the blood of humans to maintain his power and vampire-style good looks. In his tuxedo and red cape, dracula’s always in style, especially when he is looking to lure new prey.

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Be sure to explore the other rooms in Captain Hollywood’s (nearly famous) Curiosity Shop for more adventures in movieland. And don’t forget to pay Captain Weird a visit in his attic, if he’s in the mood for visitors and you can find your way.