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The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Region: B
UPC/Barcode: 5050582914252
Released: 1st October 2012
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: 8291425
Category: Feature, Classic
Format: Blu-ray / Normal
The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) (Blu-ray) (Retail / Rental)

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Film information

Based on: The characters created by Mary Shelley

Story: This sequel to 'Frankenstein' (1931) begins with the work's author, Mary Shelley (Elsa Lanchester), revealing to Lords Byron and Shelley that there is still more of the tale to be told... Scientist Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) is recuperating from the events of the first film, believing his creation (Boris Karloff) to have been destroyed in a fire, when he receives a visit from his former mentor Dr Praetorius. Praetorius wishes Frankenstein to resume his experiments, but the latter refuses. When Praetorius discovers the monster, alive and now able to communicate, he uses it to kidnap Frankenstein's wife, thus blackmailing him into creating a mate. Followed by 'Son of Frankenstein' (1939).

Starring: Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Valerie Hobson, Dwight Frye, Elsa Lanchester, John Carradine, E.E. Clive, Gavin Gordon, O.P. Heggie, Una O'Connor, Ernest Thesiger, Douglas Walton

Cinematographer: John J. Mescall

Directed by: James Whale

Music by: Franz Waxman

Produced by: Carl Laemmle Jnr

Written by: John L. Balderston, William Hurlbut

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Studio/distributor: Universal Pictures

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The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) (Retail / Rental)