A scientist obsessed with creating life steals body parts to put together his "creation."

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Monster
Heidi Vaughn ...
Agatha DeLacey
Philip Bourneuf ...
Alphonse Frankenstein
Robert Gentry ...
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Charles DeLacey
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Otto Roget
George Morgan ...
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Felix Delacey
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William Frankenstein
Rosella Olsen ...
Bride of the Monster
Edgar Daniels ...
Innkeeper
Edgar Justice ...
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A scientist obsessed with creating life steals body parts to put together his "creation."

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Very good and faithful version
9 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first saw this movie when it was first shown on TV, months before the other TV version from ' 73, the famous James Mason / Michael Sarrazin one. So to me, it's always the "early" one, and I'm partial to it, partly because I'm that way about all those Dan Curtis TVMs (and of course, Dark Shadows itself). As good as everyone in it is, Robert Foxworth and Bo Svenson were really great as Victor and the Creature. I really agree with Michael Morrison - Bo Svenson has to be the most underrated actor ever to play that part. Just about everything he did was so believable, including the "De Lacey" scenes - this might be the only version that shows that whole family from the book (though, strangely, it made the daughter the blind character in place of the father), and it might be the only one that shows the Creature spying on them at any real length, which makes the next thing that happens that much sadder.


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