Note the name of the tree monster in From Hell It Came: Taranga. Known as Tabanga in the movie, perhaps the marketing people didn't get the memo about not confusing Taranga, the Maori demi-god, with the tree monster in the movie.
Somehow, the partial female nudity doesn't make me wonder where that crawling hand has been; instead, I do wonder how much it sold the theaters on showing this "jolting space shocker." While this is not a double bill pressbook, it does also contain promotion for The Slime People. The ad campaigns for both movies do not showcase the films together as a double bill, so this pressbook is something of an oddity.
This 11 by 14 inches British pressbook for To the Devil a Daughter is printed on heavy stock paper, has a full-color cover, and the interior page layout is well done. In other words, this pressbook wasn't cheap to produce. Please note there is one picture showing Nastassja Kinski nude from the front.
Not much publicity given in this double-bill pressbook for The Human Duplicators. The poster imagery is attention-getting, but that's about it. My guess is that's where most of this movie's budget went.
Saw this 1931 Dracula French pressbook on eBay with a Buy It Now price of $8500.00. Here's what the seller, addsense, wrote about it:
"You place your bids on a very rare French ressbook(?!)/original material advertising for the distribution of Universal's first Dracula movie in France - movie premiered in France in January 1932, so this material must have been printed in 1931/1932. The advertising material addresses French cinema owners. It lists Universal's agencies in France responsible for the distribution of copies, and gives a short abstract of plot and cast. It folds out to a beautiful full-size poster with a modernist portrait of the prince of darkness in the back being surrounded by stills taken from the actual movie - outstanding compared to the other known movie poster designs in circulation elsewhere."