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The Bride Of FrankensteinDr. Frankenstein and his monster both turn out to be alive, not killed as previously believed. But now he is forced to tempt fate once again by creating a suitable mate for his monster after a mad scientist, Dr. Pretorius, kidnaps his wife.
Actors of "The Bride Of Frankenstein"
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Directors of "The Bride Of Frankenstein"James WhaleBirthdate: 22 July 1889, Dudley, Worcestershire, England, UK
Creators of "The Bride Of Frankenstein"Mary ShelleyBirthdate: 30 August 1797, London, England, UKWilliam HurlbutBirthdate: 13 July 1878, Belvidere, Illinois, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Bride Of Frankenstein"TIME MagazineOctober 07, 2008
Screenwriters Hurlbut & Balderston and Director James Whale have given it the macabre intensity proper to all good horror pieces, but have substituted a queer kind of mechanistic pathos for the sheer evil that was Frankenstein.VarietyJune 04, 2007
Karloff manages to invest the character with some subtleties of emotion that are surprisingly real and touching.Chicago ReaderJune 04, 2007
Whale added an element of playful sexuality to this version, casting the proceedings in a bizarre visual framework that makes this film a good deal more surreal than the original.New York TimesAugust 08, 2006
Another astonishing chapter in the career of the Monster.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
Whale's most perfectly realised movie, a delight from start to finish.San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 01, 2000
The Bride of Frankenstein has an in-your- face audacity that hasn't dimmed all that much after 63 years.Radio TimesOctober 06, 2013
James Whale's extravagantly produced sequel to his own Frankenstein still ranks as one of horrordom's greatest achievements.Common Sense MediaJanuary 02, 2011
A riveting, funny, and suspenseful horror classic.Antagony & EcstasyOctober 15, 2009
This was to be [director James Whale's] last horror film. Small wonder; what could he possibly have left to prove?Film4September 24, 2007
A must for anyone with even a passing interest in horror, this not only confirms Karloff as a master of the genre, but also shows, more than any of Whale's subsequent films, the influence of his vision.Empire MagazineSeptember 24, 2007
Whale's erudite genius brings it all together. He sculpts every nuance of self-parody, social satire, horror, humour, wit and whimsy into a dazzling whole, keeping every one of his fantastical plates spinning until the tragic, inevitable finale.sbs.isMay 27, 2007
one of the greatest movies i've ever seen
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