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Frankenstein



Assignment Terror (A.I.P. English Language Version)

(1970)
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aka's: The Man Who Came From Ummo/Dracula Versus Frankenstein/Dracula Jagt Frankenstein
Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer Earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various Earth monsters, including the Werewolf Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy), Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet and the Vampire Count de Meirhoff.

NOTE: This is the English language version of Dracula Jagt Frankenstein, also available here at SSV.

This film was to be Michael Rennie's last screen appearance, filmed just prior to his death from emphysema and heart failure on June 10th, 1971.

Rennie had lived his final years in Geneva, Switzerland and in a stroke of irony, collapsed and died at his mother's home in England, while visiting her to attend his brother's funeral.

A heavy smoker, Rennie had respiratory problems for many years. During the run of the Broadway comedy Mary, Mary in the early 1960's, he had to admit himself in the hospital several times for oxygen treatments. His voice had to be dubbed in the 1968 film The Battle Of El Alamein, as well as this film and other final appearances, due to his chronic health problems.

NOTE: This film came from a very rare TV print in very nice picture quality which aired back in 1984 and is the best English language version of this film currently available anywhere. Don't waste your time and money looking elsewhere, get the best version right here.





Castle Of The Monsters

(1957)
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aka: El Castillo De Los Monstruos
Mexican Horror. A couple are forced to stay in a creepy castle, as the castle is filled with famous monsters like Frankenstein, The Mummy, Dracula, The Werewolf and a strange looking Creature From The Black Lagoon! (In Spanish language)





Die Vampire Des Dr. Dracula

(1968)
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aka's: Frankenstein's Bloody Terror/La Marca Del Hombre Lobo/The Vampire Of Dr. Dracula/The Werewolf's Mark/ Hell's Creatures/The Wolfman Of Count Dracula/The Mark Of The Wolfman
Spanish horror film starring Paul Naschy as a man suffering from the curse of lyncanthrope who seeks help from doctor and wife team. They both turn out to be vampires and end up dueling it out with the werewolf star. Also stars Dyanik Zurakowska and Manuel Manzaneque. (In German language, with English subtitles).

NOTE: This is the German language version of Frankenstein's Bloody Terror, also available here at SSV.

This film came from an uncut, widescreen import print in excellent picture quality.





Dracula Jagt Frankenstein (German Language Version)

(1970)
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aka's: The Man Who Came From Ummo/Dracula Versus Frankenstein/Assignment Terror
Aliens from a dying world plot to conquer Earth by praying on man's superstitions. Bringing two dead scientists (Michael Rennie and Karin Dor) back to life, they use their knowledge to re-animate various Earth monsters, including the Werewolf Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy), Frankenstein's monster (both played by Jacinto Molina), the mummy Tao-Tet and the Vampire Count de Meirhoff. (In German language, with English subtitles).

NOTE: This is the German language version of Assignment Terror, also available here at SSV.

This film comes from a widescreen German import print in very nice picture quality.

This film was to be Michael Rennie's last screen appearance, filmed just prior to his death from emphysema and heart failure on June 10th, 1971.

Rennie had lived his final years in Geneva, Switzerland and in a stroke of irony, collapsed and died at his mother's home in England, while visiting her to attend his brother's funeral.

A heavy smoker, Rennie had respiratory problems for many years. During the run of the Broadway comedy Mary, Mary in the early 1960's, he had to admit himself in the hospital several times for oxygen treatments. His voice had to be dubbed in the 1968 film The Battle Of El Alamein, as well as this film and other final appearances, due to his chronic health problems.





Dracula vs. Frankenstein

(1971)
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aka: Blood Freaks
Judith Fontaine (Regina Carrol) is looking for her sister Joanie, who has disappeared into the hippie community of Venice, California. It turns out Joanie has become the victim of Groton (Lon Chaney Jr.), an axe-wielding homicidal maniac working for Dr. Durray (J. Carrol Naish), who is really the last of the Frankensteins and is now running a house of horrors by the beach and is performing experiments on Gorton's victims. One night Count Dracula (Zandor Vorkov) visits the doctor, showing him the original Frankenstein creation that was buried in a nearby graveyard. The doctor revives it and uses it to take revenge on his professional rivals.

This film was Lon Chaney's last screen apperance. He died on July 12, 1973 from beri-beri and liver failure. His later years were bedeviled by illness and problems with alcohol. When he died from a variety of causes in 1973, it was as an actor who had spent his life chasing the fame of his father, but who was much beloved by a generation of filmgoers who had never even seen his father.

Director Al Adamson was to die under tragic circumstances. On August 2nd, 1995, his body was found buried under the freshly laid cement and tile of his bathroom after someone had informed the police they saw someone "burying something" on the property. His murderer, Fred Fulford, posed as Adamson (for about two weeks) using Adamson's clothes and credit cards at a hotel in Florida while on the run. Fulford was convicted soon afterwards and sentenced to 25 years to life.





Dracula, Prisoner Of Frankenstein

(1972)
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aka's: The Screaming Dead/Drácula Contra Frankenstein
Dracula (Howard Vernon) kills another innocent victim and Dr. Seward (Alberto Dalbés) decides it's time to wipe him off the face of the earth. Armed with a hammer and a wooden stake, he arrives at Castle Dracula and duly dispatches the vampire Count. Next day, however, Dr. Frankenstein (Dennis Price) arrives with his assistant, Morpho (Luis Barboo), and a large crate containing the monster. Using the blood of a pub singer who has been abducted by his creation, the doctor brings Dracula back to life and uses him for his own ends. The Count and a female vampire continue to terrorize the town, so Dr Seward once again sets out for Castle Dracula. Unfortunately, he is attacked by the Frankenstein monster and left for dead. Amira (Geneviève Robert), a gypsy, rescues him and summons up a werewolf to do battle with the forces of evil... (Taken from a rare (uncut) English language print.)





EL Regreso Del Monstruo

(1959)
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aka's: Zorro Vs. The Teenage Monster/Return Of The Monster
A masked cowboy named Zorro Escarlata (Luis Aguilar) fights a Frankenstein-like monster, a witch, and a talking skeleton in this very rare and entertaining Mexican horror film. Also stars Pascual Garcia Pena and Tere Velazquez. Also with Jaime Fernandez and Yolanda Del Valle. (In Spanish language).



NOTE: This is the 3rd and final installment in a 3-part film series.





The Erotic Rites Of Frankenstein

(1972)
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aka's: Les Experiences Erotiques De Frankenstein/La Maldicion De Frankenstein/The Curse Of Frankenstein/ The Erotic Adventures of Frankenstein
Dr. Frankenstein (Dennis Price) has discovered a way to resurrect the dead, but he and his assistant Morpho (Jess Franco) are killed in his laboratory and his monster stolen by the ghastly bird-woman, Melissa (Anne Libert). Melissa is under the spell of Frankenstein's nemesis, Dr. Cagliostro (Howard Vernon), who wants to use the monster to create a master race. Frankenstein's daughter (Beatriz Savón) then sets out to extract revenge for her father's death. Also with Lina Romay. (Taken from a rare English language print).

Lina Romay died from cancer at age 57 on February 15, 2012 in Malaga, Spain.





Femmes De Sade

(1976)
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aka's: Alex DeRenzy's Femmes DeSade/La Femmes Di Sade
Released from prison, Rocky De Sade (a 7 ft. tall Frankenstein look-a-like) wanders the streets of San Francisco looking for sex. He buys hookers, brutalizing them one after another, including one prostitute, a lusty, shaven redhead. The hookers plan their revenge by inviting Rocky to a wild S&M party. The sadist gets a dose of his own foul medicine when he is shackled, flogged and peed on by one of the girls he has tortured.





Frankenstein 80

(1972)
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aka: Mosaic
A mad scientist creates a monster called Mosaico, who breaks out of the laboratory to hunt down and kill beautiful women.





Frankenstein Conquers The World

(1965)
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aka's: Frankenstein Meets The Giant Devil Fish/ Frankenstein And The Giant Lizard/Frankenstein vs. The Giant Devil Fish/Frankenstein vs. The Subterranean Monster/Frankenstein vs. Godjirra/Frankenstein vs. Baragon
The heart of Frankenstein's monster is stolen from Dr. Frankenstein and taken by U-boat to Japan. When caught in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, it begins to grow and mutate. Several years later a disfigured wild-boy (Koji Furuhata) is discovered stealing peoples' livestock and eating a school's pet rabbit. Drs. Bowen (Nick Adams) and Togami (Kumi Mizuno) put the boy under surveillance. He then begins to grow at an enormous rate and eventually escapes his chains while losing a hand in the process, which survives and crawls around until it dies of malnutrition. Later, a reptilian-subterranean monster named Baragon (Haruo Nakajima) begins a rampage and the Frankenstein monster and the reptile face off. (Includes the original U.S. trailer).

This rare TV print from the 1970's includes all of the Hiroshima bomb dropping references and extra special effects shots that have been cut from all recent prints of this film.

One of the proposed titles for this film was Frankenstein vs. The Giant Devil Fish. In fact, one of the lobby photos features the title monster doing battle with a giant octopus. However, that scene was later deleted from the U.S. print. Ironically, the sequel, Furankenstein No Kaiju: Sanda Tai Gaira does feature a battle between Gaira, the Green Gargantua, and a giant octopus.





Frankenstein Island

(1981)
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aka: Frankenstein's Island
When a hot-air balloon crashes on a remote island, the crew discovers Dr. Frankenstein's ancestor (John Carradine) carrying on the family work, along with a race of mutants and a population of Amazons. Stars Robert Clarke, Steve Brodie and Cameron Mitchell.





Frankenstein Meets The Spacemonster

(1965)
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aka's: Duel Of The Space Monsters/ Frankenstein Meets The Space Men/Mars Attacks Puerto Rico/Frankenstein Meets The Space Monster
When an atomic war on Mars kills off most of it's women, the Martian Princess, Marcuzan, (Marilyn Hanold) and her right-hand man Dr. Nadir, (Lou Cutell) travel to Earth and kidnap women for breeding stock. Landing in Puerto Rico, they shoot down a NASA space capsule manned by an android (Robert Reilly). With his electronic brain damaged, the android terrorizes the island while the Martians raid beaches and pool parties. Also stars James Karen and with Nancy Marshall. With Bruce Glover as the space monster.

NOTE: Bruce Glover is the father of Crispen Glover, who went on to star in Back To The Future (1985).





Frankenstein's Bloody Terror

(1968)
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aka's: Die Vampire Des Dr. Dracula/La Marca Del Hombre Lobo/The Vampire Of Dr. Dracula/The Werewolf's Mark/ Hell's Creatures/The Wolfman Of Count Dracula/The Mark Of The Wolfman
Spanish horror film starring Paul Naschy as a man suffering from the curse of lyncanthrope who seeks help from doctor and wife team. They both turn out to be vampires and end up dueling it out with the werewolf star. Also stars Dyanik Zurakowska and Manuel Manzaneque.

NOTE: This is the English language version of Die Vampire Des Dr. Dracula, also available here at SSV.



Frankenstein's Castle Of Freaks

(1973)
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aka's: Terror! Il Castello Delle Donne Maledette/Monsters of Frankenstein
See the battle of the monsters, Goliath versus Ook! South Pacific star Rossano Brazzi plays the crackpot Count Frankenstein, whose latest creature is a goofy, domeheaded Neanderthal man he's brought back to life and cleverly named Goliath (Loren Ewing). Typical of monsters, Goliath also has the hots for Frankenstein's new squeeze, Krista (Christiane Royce), who likes to bathe in milk. Things turn ugly however when Genz (Michael Dunn), a horny necrophile dwarf, is expelled from the castle for leaving his footprint at the scene of a recent grave robbery and promptly makes friends with Ook (Boris Lugosi), a second Neanderthal man who just happens to be passing through town. Out for revenge, Genz lets Goliath loose to go head to pointy-head with Ook in a good old-fashioned monster rumble.... Also with Gordon Mitchell. (Uncut widescreen import print.)

Michael Dunn was a concert pianist at age 15, until he suffered from chrondrodystrophy, which crippled his elbows and ruined his career as a pianist. He then took up acting.

Rumors of Dunn committing suicide have been unfounded. He did develop an acute alcohol problem and liver cirrhosis probably hastened his early death. The general consensus is that he died of heart failure in his sleep, as a result of the disease, while filming on location in England on August 29th, 1973. He was 39.

Dunn was buried in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, by his parents, as they thought they would be moving there. However, they both died in their native state of Oklahoma and were buried in Sunset Memorial Park in Norman, Oklahoma. In July of 2007, three of Dunn's cousins, his closest living kin, were able to have his remains moved from Florida to Oklahoma, where he was buried in the same cemetery as his parents.





Frankenstein's Daughter

(1958)
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aka: She Monster Of The Night
Dr. Frankenstein's insane grandson attempts to create horrible monsters (Harry Wilson) in modern day L.A. Also stars John Ashley.






Frankenstein's Kung Fu Monster

(1975)
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aka's: Kung Fu Riders/Super Riders V3
Hong Kong-made, feature-length adaptation of the Japanese TV series Kamen Raid? (The Masked Rider). The Four Masked Riders - a team of bikers who turn into powerful masked superheroes that look like human insects - are joined by Electronic Rider X to fight the evil King Dark and his minion monsters bent on conquering the world. (In German language).





Frankenstein, El Vampiro Y Compania

(1962)
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aka: Frankenstein, The Vampire, And Co.
This Mexican take on Abbott and Costello's famous adventures with Frankenstein's monster stars the comedians Manuel "Loco" Valdes and Jose Jasso, who have a series of encounters with statues of Frankenstein that have come to life, as well as a dangerous vampire and a sultry female scientist. (In Spanish language).





Frankenstein: Italian Style

(1975)
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aka: Frankenstein All'Italiana
A mad scientist (Gianrico Tedeschi) creates a Frankenstein creature (Aldo Maccione) that is better "endowed" than his ancestor, and then uses his female assistants to prove that point. (In Italian language).





Gallery Of Horrors

(1966)
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aka's: Dr. Terror's Gallery Of Horrors/Alien Massacre
John Carradine narrates five horror tales, each with a comically predictable surprise ending. In the first, "The Witches Clock" (sic), The Farrells have purchased an old mansion in Salem Massachusetts, and are warned by the town doctor, Finchley, of the history of witches in the community, and the old clock which they brought up from the attic. Then an old man named Tristram Halbin comes for a visit. The second story, "King of the Vampires" deals with a slight-figured killer, called the King of the Vampires by Scotland Yard, which sends Brenner to investigate. The third, "Monster Raid," is about a man turned zombie when he OD's on his experimental drug, who returns to avenge his death at the hands of his widow and her lover-now husband. "Spark of Life" deals with a doctor Mendell (Lon Chaney Jr.) obsessed with the experiments of a thrown-out professor named Erich von Frankenstein, and two of his students who try to restore a cadaver to life. "Count Alucard" (called "Alucard" by Carradine and "Dracula: on the end credits, is a variation on the Dracula story, with the Count acquiring the deed to Carfax Abbey from Harker, as vampiresses and dead bodies start turning up. It, too, has a surprise ending unrelated to Stoker.



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