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Frankenstein: A Cinematic Scrapbook (1991)

A history of the famous Monster of books and movies, using film clips, previews and other methods.

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Ted Newsom

Writer:

Ted Newsom
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Credited cast:
Bud Abbott ... Chick Young / Slim (archive footage)
Nick Adams ... Dr. James Bowen (archive footage)
Evelyn Ankers ... Elsa (archive footage)
Lionel Atwill ... Doctor Bohmer / Krogh (archive footage)
Ralph Bates ... Victor Frankenstein (archive footage)
Whit Bissell ... Prof. Frankenstein (archive footage)
Peter Boyle ... The Monster (archive footage)
Veronica Carlson ... Anna Spengler / Elizabeth Heiss (archive footage)
John Carradine ... Count Dracula (archive footage)
Lon Chaney Jr. ... Lawrence Talbot / The Monster (archive footage)
Colin Clive ... Dr. Henry Frankenstein (archive footage)
Gary Conway ... Bob (Teenage Monster) / Tony (Teenage Frankenstein) (archive footage)
Lou Costello ... Wilbur Grey / Tubby (archive footage)
Joseph Cotten ... Baron Frankenstein (archive footage)
Hazel Court ... Elizabeth (archive footage)
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A history of the famous Monster of books and movies, using film clips, previews and other methods.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Heidelberg Films See more »
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Trivia

Includes a clip of Boris Karloff in Frankenstein make-up with Jack P. Pierce at a 1940s celebrity baseball game; Lon Chaney Jr. in a live TV broadcast; 'Glenn Strange' and 'Lou Costello' from The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950). See more »

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Features Frankenstein's Daughter (1958) See more »

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A great visual archive of rare footage
26 July 2001 | by jimben2000See all my reviews

An innocuous looking video with a treasure trove of rare footage and vintage trailers, offering a rich and unusual look at the history of Frankenstein on the screen. For the serious collector there are two visual treasures early on: the first is an extremely rare makeup still of Bela Lugosi in a test for the 1931 version, and this is followed by a still of an rejected Karloff makeup. Also included are some rare color footage from "Son of Frankenstein."


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