matte scenery used as "Vasaria"
Clips from this are included.
Peggy Ryan speaks the title.
The studio is shooting a Teenaged Frankenstein Meets the Teenage Werewolf movie.
referenced by Aggie
Part of a Frankenstein triple-feature that Mr. Roper wants to take his wife to.
The town is named "Vasaria," the fictional local introduced in FMTW.
Images in opening credits
many of the ghouls in this film imitate the arms outstretched walk of the Frankenstein Monster from this film
The opening scene in the graveyard.
Two young men are talking about which movies are the best to take a girl to in hopes of getting some romantic action. One of them suggests Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman as a typical film for such a challenge.
Lobby card on Shep's wall.
It has been said in such interviews with Robert Englund that this film was inspired by "Frankenstein meets The Wolf Man".
Frankenstein being encased in a block of ice
Referenced by Dee Snider
The release lever being hidden inside a safe.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster and photographs of this movie are shown.
Talks about the first crossover
discusses the Frankenstein series
Van Helsing pays homage to this film.
One of the kids imitate the arms outstretched walk of the Frankenstein Monster from this film in the "Ren McCormack" segment
Movie poster shown
A VHS tape of this movie was shown when James mentions his reviews on the Universal Frankenstein films from two years ago.
Poster is shown.
A VHS tape of this movie was shown in the Cinemassacre's Monster Madness promo.
mentioned among the few crossover battle movies in existence
James mentions that this movie was responsible for the reason why Versus movies end with an ambigious ending.
Alex Axt says the one rule of walker acting is "No Frankenstein," most likely a reference to the monster's often-copied robotic walk as performed by Bela Lugosi in Frankenstein meets Wolfman.
Mentioned in quoted news article
takes #3 on '40s list
this film became the inspiration for another crossover
The poster of the film is shown when discussing how Universal Pictures first started the shared universe concept.
A poster from the movie is shown.
Shot of policeman / full moon
This movie is featured in this episode.
This film was featured in this episode.
Ricky is watching this classic on a portable tv
clips shown on television.
This film was feature in this episode.
Footage from this is shown.
shows footage from
shows footage from
This film's theatrical trailer is featured.
A character in "AVP" watches "Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man" on television at a satellite station, as an homage to this movie.
DVD compilation Wolf Man: The Legacy Collection featuring the film is reviewed + footage used
A brief clip from the movie is shown.
A clip of the Wolf Man fighting Frankenstein was shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Robert Englund mentions it. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
movie is reviewed
cataloging the mad doctors of the franchise
recapping the series.
like in Freddy vs. Jason, both combatants fall into a river at the end.
Clips from the film's trailer are shown.
recalls the last opening grave robbing scene in a Frankenstein movie
Clips are shown and James points out similarities between this film and Evil of Frankenstein
Sage compares this movie to DarkStalker
Venturestein is a parody of the Frankenstein Monster and walks with his arms outstretched, a walk the Monster first did in this movie, not in earlier installments.
the lead characters have the same name