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Mary Henry reappearing on a sandbar.
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Photo 101 – Mary Henry reappears on a sandbar.

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Mary Henry is the only survivor of a car that plunges off a lonely bridge into the river.  She miraculously reappears on a sandbar. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under "Order Notes" on the Checkout Page.
Mary Henry is not sure if she is dead or alive.
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Photo 102 – Mary Henry is not sure if she is dead or alive.

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Mary Henry is not certain if she’s dead or alive. She has no memory of the accident or how she got out of the car. She seems to be trance-like unaware that she survived a car crash that killed two other teenagers. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
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Photo 103 – Poster from 1989 for Carnival of Souls.

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This poster was created in 1989 for the revival and redistribution of the uncut version of the movie, which was now recognized as a cult classic for low budgets, one of the best horror films of the 1960s. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
Mary Henry peers over a staircase to see "The Man."
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Photo 104 – Mary Henry peers over a staircase at “The Man.”

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Mary Henry peers over a staircase to see “The Man” with his spectral face grinning.  In terror she runs away.  He seems to pursue her everywhere making her life hell. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
A pensive Mary Henry finds herself painfully alone.
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Photo 105 – A pensive Mary Henry finds herself alone.

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A pensive Mary Henry finds herself painfully alone in a world that neither understands nor cares about her. She left Lawrence, Kansas to come to Salt Lake City where she was offered a tentative job as a church organist. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
Mary Henry is drawn to the Pavilion.
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Photo 106 – Mary Henry is drawn to the pavilion.

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Mary Henry is drawn to a dilapidated amusement park pavilion where she discovers a host of ghouls awaiting her.  They emerge from everywhere dancing wildly across the ballroom floor as they chase her onto the beach.  The ghouls and “The Man” snatch Mary Henry back to the world of the dead.  Her lost soul belongs to them. Maybe she was never alive in the first place; maybe she just flickered in and out like a faded image on a TV set. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo by hand. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under "Order Notes" on the Checkout Page.
Mary Henry looks into the pavilion.
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Photo 107 – Mary Henry looks into the pavilion.

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Mary Henry looks through the gate of the abandoned Saltair pavilion in the amusement park in Salt Lake City.  It fascinates her as the place seems so unreal and haunted.  It is like an unresolved dream-within-a-dream as if in a netherworld between life and death. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
Mary Henry fends off a lecherous boarder.
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Photo 108 – Mary Henry fends off a lecherous boarder.

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John Linden, a lecherous boarder from the rooming house, introduces himself, but he is repulsive, and she fends him off. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
Carnival of Souls original movie poster.
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Photo 109 – Carnival of Souls original movie poster.

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This was the original movie poster that the distributors wanted for the second-bill of drive-in movie theaters. Herk Harvey, the director, thought that this would be very profitable as there were about 18,000 drive-in movie theaters in business during the 1960s. How the distributors broke their contract with Harvey when they fraudulently sold the movie to more than 100 TV stations in the U.S. then fled to Europe, and what happened afterward is told in my memoir. This is a true 8 x 10 high-quality glossy photograph, not a digitized reproduction. I will inscribe the name you choose and autograph each photo. feather-redCheck the spelling of the name for your inscription. Make sure to enter it under “Order Notes” on the Checkout Page.
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The Odyssey and The Idiocy

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THE ODYSSEY and THE IDIOCY, MARRIAGE to an ACTOR, A MEMOIR I once was told there are three kinds of men I should never marry. Working actors. Non-working actors. Between jobs actors. That describes my husband to a T. For twenty years, I hung in with this guy.  Supported him, massaged his ego, responded to his every whim, cried with him, rejoiced with him, and had his children.  And, all the while, gave up my career in theater and film so I could stand by him until at last he knew success. And with his success came adulation, and with adulation, came sexual affairs, and with sexual affairs came divorce.  If the marriage was hell, divorce proceedings were Armageddon.  He did everything to intimidate me, belittle me and frighten me.  Do I regret that I never married the boy back home?  Absolutely not. If had stayed in Huron, South Dakota, I would have missed the experiences with: Marilyn Monroe, Mel Brooks, Vivian Blaine, Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Daniel Mann, Jacqueline Onassis, Roy Scheider, Kurt Vonnegut and a summer living with Veronica Lake. My odyssey began when I attended the University of Iowa, Iowa City then, a year after graduating from The American Theatre Wing, I danced at NYC’s Copacabana before gangsters and celebrities as one of the “World Famous Copa Girls.”  At the same time, I was accepted into Lee Strasberg’s acting classes. It was there I met my charming future husband. How could I ever have guessed that years later, he would file for a divorce during the longest Screen Actors Guild strike in the union’s history. And that is just ACT ONE ―

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