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Director:
Writer:
Lloyd Fonvielle (screenplay)
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Release Date:
16 August 1985 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Here Comes . . .The BRIDE See more »
Plot:
After years of research, the doctor finally succeeds in creating the perfect woman, who gets the name "Eva". | Add synopsis »
Awards:
3 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
I love this version of the story See more (29 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Sting ... Frankenstein

Jennifer Beals ... Eva

Anthony Higgins ... Clerval

Clancy Brown ... Viktor

David Rappaport ... Rinaldo

Geraldine Page ... Mrs. Baumann
Alexei Sayle ... Magar

Phil Daniels ... Bela

Veruschka von Lehndorff ... Countess (as Veruschka)
Quentin Crisp ... Dr. Zahlus

Cary Elwes ... Josef

Timothy Spall ... Paulus (as Tim Spall)
Ken Campbell ... Pedlar

Guy Rolfe ... Count
Andy de la Tour ... Priest (as Andrew de la Tour)

Tony Haygarth ... Tavern Keeper
Matthew Guinness ... 1st Patron
Tony Brutus ... 2nd Patron
Gary Shail ... 1st Circus Hand
Carl Chase ... 2nd Circus Hand
Bernard Padden ... Houseboy
Janine Duvitski ... Serving Girl
John Sharp ... Bailiff
Jack Birkett ... Blind Man
Gerry Crampton ... Gentleman
Fenella Fletcher ... Masked Lady
Joe Kaye ... Groom
Harold Coyne ... Butler
Stromboli ... Circus Performer
Karen Furness ... Circus Performer

John Alexander ... Circus Performer
Jacqueline Russell ... Circus Performer
Tod Cody ... Circus Performer
Laurence Temple ... Circus Performer
Gerard Naprous ... Circus Performer
Vera De Vel ... Circus Performer
Sally Oultram ... Circus Performer
Joëlle Baland ... Circus Performer (as Joel Baland)
Miss Irta ... Circus Performer
Andy Barrat ... Circus Ringmaster (as Andy Barratt)
Annie Roddam ... Countess's Daughter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harry Fielder ... Circus Man (uncredited)
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Directed by
Franc Roddam 
 
Writing credits
Lloyd Fonvielle (screenplay)

Mary Shelley  novel "Frankenstein" (uncredited)

Produced by
Keith Addis .... executive producer
Victor Drai .... producer
Lloyd Fonvielle .... associate producer
Chris Kenny .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Maurice Jarre 
 
Cinematography by
Stephen H. Burum (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Michael Ellis 
 
Casting by
Ellen Chenoweth 
 
Production Design by
Michael Seymour 
 
Art Direction by
Bryan Graves (supervising art director)
 
Set Decoration by
Tessa Davies 
 
Costume Design by
Shirley Russell 
 
Makeup Department
Tricia Cameron .... assistant hairdresser
Sallie Evans .... assistant makeup artist
Sarah Monzani .... head of makeup
Aaron Sherman .... prosthetics creator
Maralyn Sherman .... prosthetics creator
Maureen Stephenson .... assistant makeup artist
Chris Taylor .... hairdresser
 
Production Management
Bernard Mazauric .... production manager
Ted Morley .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Brock .... second assistant director
Laurent Brégeat .... assistant director: France (as Laurent Bregeat)
Patrick Clayton .... first assistant director
Callum McDougall .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Andrew Ackland-Snow .... draughtsman
Bruce Bigg .... property master
Roy Evans .... construction manager
Robin Heinson .... painter
Martin Hitchcock .... draughtsman
Damien Lanfranchi .... art director: France
David McHenry .... assistant art director
Grahame Ménage .... scenic artist
Brian Read .... prop buyer
James Whiting .... laboratory designer (as Jim Whiting)
 
Sound Department
Peter Bond .... footsteps/dialogue editor
John Ireland .... sound editor
David John .... sound mixer
Matthew Launay .... sound assistant
Grethe Mitchell .... assistant dubbing editor
Hugh Strain .... dubbing mixer
Len Tremble .... assistant sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Peter Fern .... special effects technician
Peter Hutchinson .... special effects supervisor
Stephen Hutchinson .... special effects trainee
Kevin Mathews .... special effects wire technician
Peter Skehan .... special effects technician
Bob Wiesinger .... wire specialist
 
Stunts
Roy Alon .... stunts
Gerry Crampton .... stunt coordinator
Dorothy Ford .... stunts
Tony Friel .... stunt double: Rinaldo
Nick Gillard .... stunts
Dinny Powell .... stunts
Denise Ryan .... stunts
Alan Stuart .... stunts
Malcolm Weaver .... stunts
Jason White .... stunt performer
Jason White .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Budd .... camera assistant
John Clarke .... best boy
Tony Cridlin .... key grip
W.C. 'Chunky' Huse .... key grip: Grip House (as Chunky Huse)
Simon Mills .... camera loader
John Palmer .... camera operator
Bob Penn .... still photographer
Dave Ridout .... electrician
Ronnie Fox Rogers .... second camera operator
Laurie Shane .... gaffer
Carlos Melville .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Joyce Gallie .... additional casting
Pamela Guest .... casting assistant
Caroline Mazauric .... extras casting
Sally Osoba .... assistant casting: UK (as Sally Wignall)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rebecca Breed .... wardrobe mistress
Janet Macklam .... wardrobe assistant
Don Mothersill .... wardrobe assistant
Richard Pointing .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Paul Hodgson .... first assistant editor
Christopher Young .... second assistant editor
 
Music Department
Robin Clarke .... music editor
Maurice Jarre .... conductor
Dick Lewzey .... music mixer
Michel Mention .... orchestrator
Christopher Palmer .... orchestrator
 
Other crew
Andy Birmingham .... production accountant
Carina Cooper .... assistant: Mr. Roddam
Robin Demetriou .... catering supervisor
Michèle Girot .... production accountant: France
Joanna Gollins .... location manager
Pauline Granby .... assistant accountant
Yvonne Heeks .... assistant accountant
Cheryl Leigh .... script supervisor
Don Levy .... publicist
Derek Lyons .... stand-in
Marilyse Morgan .... production coordinator
Christine Raspillère .... location manager
Patricia Reid-Douglas .... production secretary: France (as Patricia Reid)
Antoine Sabarros .... location manager
Dena Vincent .... contact: London
Lisa M. Violé .... assistant to producer (as Lisa Violé)
John Styles .... punch & judy advisor (uncredited)
 

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Runtime:
Australia:114 min | USA:118 min
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Color (Rankcolor)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The film's writer Lloyd Fonvielle invited Franc Roddam to direct the picture.See more »
Quotes:
Eva:What is 'dead'?
Baron Charles Frankenstein:Sleeping... sleeping forever. One day we go to sleep and we don't wake up.
Eva:I don't think I could sleep that long.
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Movie Connections:
Spoofed in Mistress Frankenstein (2000) (V)See more »
Soundtrack:
Eine Kleine NachtsmusikSee more »

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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
I love this version of the story, 21 August 2007
Author: CountVladDracula from United States

This is my second favorite version of Frankenstein. It's not very true to the book but it is still a great film. Don't confuse this with the original Bride of Frankenstein, this is more like what would have happened after The Bride of Frankenstein or if Dr. Frankenstein had followed through on making a mate for his creature. It can act as a quasi-sequel to any version of the Frankenstein story.

It's a very sympathetic story toward the monster as well as towards the rights of women. It has a kind of hammer horror quality to it and Sting makes for a very alluring, attractive and somewhat sinister version of Dr. Frankenstein.

Special note: if you want a good faithful version of the Frankenstein story seek out the version starring Luke Goss as the creature from 2004 and made by Hallmark and released to DVD through Lion's Gate. That is the most faithful version to the novel.

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