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The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry (2010)

A documentary depicting the life and films of Spain's 'King of Horror' Paul Naschy, aka Jacinto Molina, actor, writer, producer, and director.

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Javier Aguirre ...
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José Luis Alemán ...
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María José Cantudo ...
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Nacho Cerdà ...
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Ángel Luis De Diego ...
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Laura De Pedro ...
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Jorge Grau ...
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Del Howison ...
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A documentary depicting the life and films of Spain's 'King of Horror' Paul Naschy, aka Jacinto Molina, actor, writer, producer, and director.

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Paul Naschy, The life and legend of a horror icon See more »


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7 October 2010 (Spain)  »

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El hombre que vio llorar a Frankenstein  »

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Jack Taylor is interviewed and credited during the documentary, but is missing in the end credits. See more »

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Paul Naschy
25 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

I have to admit, I had no idea what the movie (documentary) was about when I went to see it. It was part of the Frightfest line-up in 2011 and the title did sound very intriguing. Plus a friend told me, if he'd only watch one movie from the whole Festival, it would be this one. I guess you can say he is a Naschy fan.

While I have seen him (and the recent Valdemar Legacy does not do him justice), I'm not a scholar of his work, nor could I tell you many things about his movies. But this documentary is able to fill in some blanks, even for those who haven't heard of the guy. A bit of reading prior to watching this might come a long way, but this is still a very compassionate portray of a man, who lived his dream.


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