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Still regarded as the definitive film version of Mary Shelley's classic tale of tragedy and horror, Frankenstein made unknown character actor Boris Karloff a star and created a new icon of terror. Along with the highly successful Dracula, released earlier the same year, it launched Universal Studio's golden age of 1930s horror movies. The film's greatness stems less from its script than from the stark but moody atmosphere created by director James Whale; Herman Rosse's memorable set designs, particularly the fantastic ...

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Howard R

Nov 5, 2013

The Original Horror Masterpiece

If you haven't seen this movie, you should. In all honesty, it's not as riveting as what we are used to today. One has to remember that people actually fainted when this was first shown in theaters. How times have changed, but still a classic no collection should be without.

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