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Lurching, growling and crashing through more than two dozen original theatrical trailers and TV appearances, the Monster and his maker are featured in the original Universal films, the Technicolor terrors of Hammer, and a selection of the most off-beat Frankie flicks ever seen: there’s a 50-foot tall Japanese monster, a space robot, a Teenage Monster, and more Brides, Sons, Daughters and Ghosts of Frankenstein than you could shake a scalpel at.

For the first time on DVD, you'll see the half-hour pilot for a TV series, Tales of Frankenstein, produced by Hammer films in 1959, directed by Curt (Donovan's Brain) Siodmak, plus hysterical appearances by Lon Chaney and Glenn Strange with Abbott and Costello, and excerpts from Chaney's ill-fated broadcast of Frankenstein on the early live TV anthology Tales of Tomorrow. As extra added-value attractions, this DVD also includes an audio interview with Boris Karloff, a filmed interview with Karloff, and interviews with Hammer producer Michael Carreras and "an audio interview with Glenn Strange. A DVD-ROM supplement reproduces the complete text to Mary Shelley's novel.


Bride of Frankenstein
Son of Frankenstein
Boris Karloff interview
Ghost of Frankenstein
Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman
House of Frankenstein
House of Dracula
Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Curse of Frankenstein
How to Make a Monster
I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
Frankenstein’s Daughter
Frankenstein Conquers the World
Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster
Munster Go Home
Frankenstein 1970
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter & Billy the Kid vs. Dracula
Lady Frankenstein
Dracula vs. Frankenstein
Frankenstein Created Woman
Michael Carreras Interview
Tales of Frankenstein (1958 Hammer TV Pilot, with alternate audio commentary track)
Tales of Tomorrow (excerpts from Lon Chaney’s appearance as Frankenstein)
Young Frankenstein

Plus additional bonus!

Frankenstein re-issue trailer
Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein bloopers
Abbot and Costello TV appearance
How to Make a Monster, alternate version

and radio interviews with Boris Karloff and Glenn Strange

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