Black Joins Peta For Halloween Campaign

Hollywood horror queen KAREN BLACK has turned ghoulish pin-up for a Halloween-related People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals anti-fur campaign. The sultry HOUSE OF 1,000 CORPSES star can be seen reclining against a gravestone tombstone bearing the inscription 'I Wouldn't Be Caught Dead in Fur,' as part of the new campaign. The veteran movie star is a longtime animal rights supporter. The new PETA ad will appear in movie magazines and horror fanzines in the next few weeks, coinciding with Halloween.


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