Dr. Faustina and her mute servant, Miklos, have transformed a corpse into a duplicate image of Jim West. When they bring the corpse back to life, Faustina's plot is to have West look-alike gain entry to a meeting of the President's cabinet to kill four of the members. Written by
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By the time these events occur, Mary Shelley
's novel "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus" had been in print almost continuously since 1818. Originally published anonymously, Shelley's name went on the second edition published in 1821. Although critics gave it a mixed reception, it proved enormously popular with the reading public. By the 1870s, it had been reprinted, translated into a variety of languages and adapted for the stage numerous times. The reanimation scenes depicted here, though, owe more to the movies of the 1930s and 1940s than the novel. See more
As Miklos is about to attach electrodes to the corpse's head, the corpse lifts his head to assist Miklos. See more
That might be mother.
No,no, it's just Henrietta.