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*Spoiler/plot- 1971, Dr Frankenstein is still working on his human life experiments, while his attractive, sociopath, and amorous daughter arrived back from university with a surgeon's degree. She manipulates all castle males to do her 'bidding' through her use of her ample feminine charms. First after her father's death at the hands of the monster, she uses her father's surgical assistant to help a handsome dimwitted cripple stable boy back to health with a resulting love triangle. After disposing of her father's lab assistant, she gets the virile stable boy to kill the rampaging Frankenstein monster with an ax to the head. The stable boy and Miss Dr. Frankenstein decide to die while making passionate physical love as the castle burns down around them.
*Special Stars- Joseph Cotton, Rosalba Neri, Paul Muller, Paul Whiteman, Mickey Hargitay *Theme- Doctor's science might interfere with Nature.
*Based on- The Frankenstein and adult film myths *Trivia/location/goofs- In some lab scenes, film crew is revealed reflected in some room mirrors. Some European female actress topless nudity in simulated sex play scenes and film ending necrophilia during a castle fire. It's another late-in-his-career European film appearance for Mr. Joseph Cotton. Mickey 'Mr. Universe/Mr. Jane Mansfield' Hargitay plays a lack luster local police official investigating the monsters gruesome murders to lead the revengeful residents final attack on the Frankenstein castle.
*Emotion- A somewhat unforgettable Frankenstein story plot with several twists and 'firsts'. With a female physician and amorous daughter of the Baron Frankenstein appearing along with her unbridled ambition outdo her father's work this film makes the old plot more interesting than some other schlock knock-offs. "B+" for its originality.
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