Episode cast overview:
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Count Dracula (archive footage)
Hunchback of Notre Dame segment (archive footage)
Dr. Adolphus Bedlo (archive footage)
Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde (archive footage)
The Thing (archive footage)


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13 January 1964 (USA)  »

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Great Monsterfest!
22 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, they left out the Creature from the Black Lagoon and a few others, but this cavalcade of creepy critters and characters delivers the goods. I especially liked the Dracula-Frankenstein chess game-- though it's Karloff and Lugosi as themselves and not the characters. I would have like to see the giant puppet dragon from Fritz Lang's "Siegfried" included, but then that wasn't a Hollywood film, so it wouldn't qualify for this program. And they could have included more of the really cheap and tacky flicks that were on screen in the fifties-- like "Robot Monster" and of course "Plan Nine from Outer Space", but hey, you can't have everything, and what's here is 'cherce'. So get a look at this one if you can!

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