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Frankenstein vs. the Wolfman in 3-D (2008) Poster

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Originally inspired by _City of Lost Children, The (1995)_.
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Madame Ouspenskyaya, the gypsy who curses Ridley so that he becomes a werewolf, is named after Maria Ouspenskaya who starred alongside Lon Chaney Jr. in The Wolf Man (1941) and _Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man, The (1943)_.
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The innkeeper, Mr. Talbot, is named after Lawrence Talbot, Lon Chaney Jr.'s character in The Wolf Man (1941).
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In the original draft of the script, the orphans Milo and Eddie visit a pawnbroker named William Henry Pratt to secure weapons to fight the Wolfman. William Henry Pratt was Boris Karloff's birth name.
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The dialogue spoken when the children first hear the Wolfman's howl on the wooded road is taken from An American Werewolf in London (1981).
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The film was created using a personal computer over the course of four years.
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To accomplish the 3-D process, each scene had to be rendered twice - one for the right eye and one for the left. Even though the film runs 23 minutes, 46 minutes of footage was rendered.
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The shot of Castle Frankenstein which opens the film was inspired by a similar opening to Young Frankenstein (1974).
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The final shot of the film references the closing shot of the original Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977).
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