The Curse of Frankenstein
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Some make out scenes. Sex is mentioned once.

Mild PG13 violence that would be extremely scary when it was made.

Dr. Frankenstein kills a man by throwing him from a second story balcony, causing him to fall on his head.

The Creature strangles Dr. Frankenstein almost to death.

The Creature kills a elderly blindman offscreen, but his grandson comes to look for him, May be upsetting to sensitive viewers.

The Creature is shot in his face by Paul and he is seen holding his wound with much blood present, very shocking especially for 1957.

The Creature kills Justine the maid, after Dr. Frankenstein uses The Creature's psychopathic mind to murder her.

At the end, Dr. Frankenstein tries to shoot The Creature and wounds Elizabeth on accident and then sets The Creature on fire killing him after falling into a pit of acid, Much of this is not shown due to cutting away immediately after he falls into the acid.

Its not likely anyone will really be frightened, because its pretty cheesy.

The monster may be frighting to young children but most others will find it corny.

The scene where the elderly blind man is killed and the grandson looking for his grandfather may be upsetting and disturbing for sensitive viewers.

When the creature is shot blood pores from his head, this was very shocking to show that much blood in a motion picture especially for 1957.

Australia:M / Brazil:14 / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Finland:K-18 (self applied) (2004) / Finland:(Banned) (1957) / Germany:16 (DVD rating) / Netherlands:16 (video rating) / Netherlands:18 (re-rating) (1958) (original rating: not allowed) (1957) / Sweden:15 / Sweden:(Banned) (1957-1965) / UK:X (original rating) (passed with cuts) / UK:12 (tv rating) / UK:12 (video re-rating) (2003) (2012) / UK:15 (video rating) (1989) / USA:Approved (MPAA rating: certificate #18481) / USA:TV-14 (TV Rating) / West Germany:18 (VHS)

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