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Frankenstein Meets the Spacemonster (1965) Poster

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Character error 

After Frank seizes up during his press release, Dr. Steele says he's coating the plug-ins in Frank's head with silica gel to waterproof them. However, silica gel is a solid, supplied in those little disposable packages in many consumer goods to absorb moisture from the air; for waterproofing plug and socket connections, you need to coat them with dielectric grease (which is often silicone-based).
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Continuity 

When Steele, Nancy and the general fly off to Puerto Rico to search for Frank, they are seen leaving in a B-52 bomber. However, the plane they land in is a Boeing C-135.
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When the spacemen approach the pool party, it's day time. The party itself is at night time.
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Revealing mistakes 

When the space monster is advancing during the end of the film, there's a brief shot of him from below where fluorescent lights may be seen in the ceiling. It's kind of hard to believe fluorescents would be present in a space ship of alien design.
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(at around 1 min) If you look to the inside of the purification chamber you can see it is made of plywood.
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