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Tagline:
It's the Silliest Party of the Year... and you're all invited! See more »
Plot:
When Dr Frankenstein decides to retire from the monster-making business, he calls an international roster... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Mad Monster Fun (at Halloween or anytime)! See more (49 total) »

Cast

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Boris Karloff ... Baron Boris von Frankenstein (voice)
Allen Swift ... Felix Flankin / Yetch / Dracula / Invisible Man / Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde / Chef Machiavelli / Captain / First Mate / Mr. Kronkite / Mail Man / The Monster (voice)
Gale Garnett ... Francesca (voice)

Phyllis Diller ... The Monster's Mate (voice)
Ethel Ennis ... Title Song Singer (voice)

Directed by
Jules Bass 
 
Writing credits
Len Korobkin (screenplay) and
Harvey Kurtzman (screenplay)

Arthur Rankin Jr. (story)

Forrest J Ackerman  uncredited

Produced by
Jules Bass .... producer
Joseph E. Levine .... executive producer
Arthur Rankin Jr. .... producer
Larry Roemer .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Maury Laws 
 
Cinematography by
Tadahito Mochinaga  (as Tad Mochinaga)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kizo Nagashima .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Stephen Frohock .... sound engineer
Peter Page .... sound engineer
Eric Tomlinson .... sound engineer
 
Other crew
Jack Davis .... puppet designer
Don Duga .... continuity design
Joseph E. Levine .... presenter
Tadahito Mochinaga .... puppet technician (as Tad Mochinaga)
'Killer' Joe Piro .... choreographer (as 'Killer Joe' Piro)
 

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94 min
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Color (Eastmancolor)
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The heads of the "Boris" and "Monster" figures are the same basic shape, appropriately enough, with Boris's fine-tuned for a more human appearance and the Monster's for that monsterish look (look at the figures' heads when they're in the same shot, both more or less in profile, during the "greeting the guests" scene!)See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Baron von Frankenstein:Ah... a lifetime of experimentation capped in one small vial. Now to the final step: The infusion of energy.
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References King Kong (1933)See more »
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Mad Monster Fun (at Halloween or anytime)!, 24 September 1999
Author: BobLib from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

What a shame that Rankin/Bass, the people who produced some of the most beloved Christmas specials ever ("Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," etc.) only did two theatrical films, this and "The Daydreamer" a year earlier. "Mad Monster Party" is, like those specials, fun for all ages. Boris Karloff brings his inimitable prescense to the voice of Baron Frankenstein. With this film and Bogdonovich's "Targets" the next year, this old master of the horror film couldn't have asked for a better send-off. And then there's Phyllis Diller, bringing her particular brand of wackiness (And a surprisingly good singing voice!) to the role of "The Monster's Mate." The clay animation throughout is up to Rankin/Bass's usual excellent standard and the result is enjoyable, campy fun, at Halloween or anytime.

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