Bride of Frankenstein (22-Apr-1935)|
Director: James Whale
Writers: William Hurlbut; John Balderston
From novel: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Music: Franz Waxman
Producer: Carl Laemelle, Jr.
Keywords: Horror, Frankenstein
Although the monster clearly died in the conflagration finale of the first film, it somehow survived. Now a Dr. Pretorius, also researching the creation of life, convinces Dr. Frankenstein that his monster must have a mate. Director James Whale only agreed to making this sequel after he was granted total creative control over the project. While Frankenstein (1931) is a masterpiece, this exceeds it. Perhaps the best horror film of all time.
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