"Supernatural" is one of several Carole Lombard movies that's genre hokum (that could also be said of "White Woman," made later in 1933). The silly horror story deals with the transfer of the soul of an executed murderess (Vivienne Osborne) into the body of a socialite (Lombard). Carole's competent in this movie, but it clearly was never one of her favorites.
However, one of the posters made by Paramount is rather striking -- and a Las Vegas firm has reproduced it.
A close-up of Carole's face reveals the exquisite detail artists put into this:
Here's how it might look on a wall were it to be framed:
It's being offered in three sizes -- 16" x 24" for $11.95, 20" x 30" for $16.95 and 24" x 36" for $20.95. All are on heavyweight enhanced matte art paper.
For the 16" x 24" poster, go to https://www.ebay.com/itm/Supernatural-1930s-Vintage-Movie-Poster-Starring-Carole-Lombard-16x24/232582507319?hash=item3626ff6b37:g:YpAAAOSwxalbVh6r.
Buy the 20" x 30" poster at https://www.ebay.com/itm/Carole-Lombard-Supernatural-1933-VIntage-Style-Movie-Poster-20x30/232582506450?hash=item3626ff67d2:g:YpAAAOSwxalbVh6r.
And the 24" x 36" version is at https://www.ebay.com/itm/1933-Vintage-Style-Movie-Poster-Supernatural-Carole-Lombard-24x36/232582507992?hash=item3626ff6dd8:g:YpAAAOSwxalbVh6r.
A fascinating artifact of an atypical Lombard film.