Bride Of Frankenstein

Bride Of Frankenstein
Bride Of Frankenstein

Year

1935

Duration

75 minutes

Genres

Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Although mad scientist Dr Frankenstein and his monstrous creation appeared to have perished at the end of the first film, they return here for more horrifying adventures. An even madder scientist, Dr Pretorious, goads Frankenstein into continuing his experiments, while the monster hides away with a hermit and learns to act like a human. The only thing missing? A wife. And one with one of the most memorable hair-dos in cinema history...

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PG Classification

Contains moderate horror.

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