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The Bride of Frankenstein

13 Ratings: 3.5
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  Bride of Frankenstein    theatrical poster Directed by James Whale Produced by Carl Laemmle, Jr. Written by Screenplay:   William Hurlbut   Adaptation:   William Hurlbut   John L. Balderston   … see full wiki

Director: James Whale
Genre: Horror
Release Date: April 22, 1935
MPAA Rating: Unrated
1 review about The Bride of Frankenstein

Dr. Frankenstein makes his monster a bride in this sequel.

  • May 18, 2009
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Bride of Frankenstein takes place (and was produced) a few years after the events of the first film. James Whale returns as the director and Boris Karloff reprises his role as "The Monster". This was a great time for Universal, their monster movies made the studio a lot of money and the films wern't that expensive to produced.

Doctor Frankenstein is with his old lady living in peace. But the good doctor gets that itch again to start defying nature. This time he decides to create a bride for his "monster". Some questions that need to be answered. How did Frankenstein's Monster return from his previous fate? Why does the good doctor get back into the re-animation game? Will Boris Karloff get the recognition that he finally deserves? How will the bride accept it's role. To find out you'll have to watch BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN!!!

A great sequel. This one is even better than the original. If you enjoyed the first film then you'll want to watch this one!!

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January 09, 2010
OK review but I'd like to see more on the plot, on the introduction of Dr. Pratoreus. Actually Karloff already had a lot of recognition from Frankenstein which is why he was called on to do another picture. Thanks.
January 10, 2010
I was making a funny about Karloff because he complained about his role in Frankenstein about not being recognized for his acting and lack of dialog.
January 10, 2010
Oh, I see. OK, thanks.
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