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Frankenstein

USA, English, 71 mins

  • Director: James Whale
  • Writer: Mary Shelley; Peggy Webling
  • Producer: E.M. Asher; Carl Laemmle Jr.

CGiii Comment

At only 70 minutes long, this absolute masterpiece achieves more than all the computer generated FX money can buy.

Whale runs amok with the satire while telling a damn fine story amid atmosphere and glorious sets.

Few movies achieve iconic status - this was one of the first - just take a look a Karloff's Monster - one of the most recognizable faces of all time.

Simply: iconic.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Henry Frankenstein is a doctor who is trying to discover a way to make the dead walk. He succeeds and creates a monster that has to deal with living again.

Cast & Characters

Colin Clive as Dr. Henry Frankenstein;
Mae Clarke as Elizabeth;
John Boles as Victor Moritz;
Boris Karloff as The Monster;
Edward Van Sloan as Dr. Waldman;
Frederick Kerr as Baron Frankenstein;
Dwight Frye as Fritz;
Lionel Belmore as Herr Vogel;
Marilyn Harris as Little Maria;
Ted Billings as Villager;
Mae Bruce as Screaming Maid;
Arletta Duncan as Bridesmaid;
Francis Ford as Hans;
Mary Gordon as Mourner;
Soledad Jimenez as Mourner

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