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Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) Poster

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We are never told in which country the film is set, but the coat of arms on the coach is that of the Canton of Berne in Switzerland.
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The film was released in a double bill with The Mummy's Shroud (1967).
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In an interview in the TV Times, Keith Barron says that he turned down a horror film, and from his description of the role and the film, it sounds like the Derek Fowlds part in this film.
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German-born model turned actress Susan Denberg, who plays the woman brought back to life, was the August 1966 Playboy centerfold - issued seven months before the release of this movie. Also, in October 1966, before the film's release in March 1967, she appeared in the famous Star Trek: Mudd's Women (1966) episode.
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Final film of Philip Ray.
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One of Martin Scorsese's favorite films.
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