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Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974) Poster

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This was the final film directed by Terence Fisher before his death on June 18, 1980 at the age of 76. It was also the 29th and final Hammer film that he directed. The first was Man Bait (1952).
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This would be the last Hammer sequel until The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (2014).
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According to an interview with Shane Briant (Simon) on the 2014 Blu-Ray, real human blood was used in this film. Blood that could no longer be used for transfusions was sourced from the blood bank and used in the film, including in the notorious scene where Victor (Peter Cushing) uses his teeth to clamp the artery of the monster.
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The last of Hammer's Frankenstein movies.
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Peter Cushing claimed that the wig he was required to wear made him look like Helen Hayes.
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The role of Sarah was first offered to Caroline Munro.
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Patrick Troughton (Bodysnatcher) had a small role as a mortuary attendant in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) but it was cut from the film.
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Peter Cushing and David Prowse would be reunited a few years later in a little known sci-fi yarn entitled 'Star Wars: A New Hope' (1977)...
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According to Shane Briant, he had an extremely hard time finding anything nice to say about The Monster (David Prowse)'s costume. To this day, he calls it "plastic-y". Reportedly, when Prowse asked him what he thought of it, Briant replied: "the feet are fantastic!", upon which Prowse said: "they're mine."
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In Spain was a release in cinemas 31 years later, only in Barcelona (Méliès Cinemes). The film was only projected 7 days in subtitled version.
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In 2016, was an re-release in Spain in Barcelona (Phenomena). The film was projected for 1 day in subtitled version and 35 mm. copy.
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The production manager of this film is named Christopher Neame - coincidentally the same name of the actor who played Johnny Alucard in 'Dracula AD 1972' (1972), although a different person
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