Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein

Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein
Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein




83 minutes


Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Long before there were the Scary Movie movies, horror films were given the spoof treatment by the top comedy pairing of the 1940s, Abbott and Costello. A large part of the fun is here is that several of the original stars (Bela Lugosi as Dracula, Lon Chaney Jr as the Wolf Man) turn up to play their classic characters. The plot has Dracula sneaking into the US, and accidentally being foiled by the hapless Abbott and Costello - but that's really just there to set up the winning combination of slapstick and spooky voices.


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