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Kyofu densetsu: Kaiki! Furankenshutain (1981)

TV Movie  -  Animation | Fantasy  -  1984 (USA)
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Japanese animated version of the Mary Shelley classic (very gory, though; not for kids).



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Credited cast:
Masao Komatsu ...
Franken (voice) (as Masatada Komatsu)


Japanese animated version of the Mary Shelley classic (very gory, though; not for kids).

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Frankenstein  »

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Horrible but viewable.
7 January 2007 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie as kid many years ago. It really freaked me out cause it was the first animated horror movie I had ever seen, and to this day I haven't seen anything like it.

It starts with the classical Victor Frankenstein trying to create life, and as you all know.......he succeeds. The maker is terrified of his creation and the "monster" escapes from the castle.

This story follows not only the monster and Victor but also Victors daughter.

The weird thing about this one is that almost all of the main characters in the movie dies, one way or the other. As always the monster has a kind side but when he's threatened he strikes back against the people, who seems to be made of glass or something considering how easy they die.

The ending is very sad with the final showdown between the monster and his creator Victor Von Frankenstein.

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