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Dr. John Polidori:
And what different futures, your and mine. But each will have what each desires. Only fools like Henry Clerval want vulgar fame. I shall have the power that works unseen, that moves the world. You alone, Frankenstein, when you read in your newspaper that a monarch has been deposed or that two nations are at war with each other, will say to yourself - that's the hand of Polidori. That's the man who once called me colleague.
Dr. Victor Frankenstein:
Long live Polidori the invisible. May his plots thicken.
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James Mason and Leonard Whiting did superb jobs in portraying their parts and this story of Frankenstein. Frankenstein has been around since long before I was a kid, but its always been a thriller to watch. This particular one put on a personal side and a new twist to it not previously seen. Although much of it is repetitious to other movies about Frankenstein, it is worth watching.
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