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Bride of Frankenstein ()


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Mary Shelley reveals the main characters of her novel survived: Dr. Frankenstein, goaded by an even madder scientist, builds his monster a mate.

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The Monster (as Karloff)
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Henry Frankenstein
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Elizabeth
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Doctor Pretorius
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Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley / The Monster's Mate
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Lord Byron
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Percy Bysshe Shelley
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Minnie
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Burgomaster
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Butler
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Hermit
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Karl
Reginald Barlow ...
Hans
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Hans' Wife
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Shepherdess
Ted Billings ...
Ludwig
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Adair ...
Hunter in Woods (uncredited)
Norman Ainsley ...
Archbishop (uncredited)
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Baby (uncredited)
Frank Benson ...
Villager (uncredited)
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Gypsy (uncredited)
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Neighbor (uncredited)
Mae Bruce ...
Villager (uncredited)
A.S. 'Pop' Byron ...
King (uncredited)
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Hunter at Hermit's Cottage (uncredited)
D'Arcy Corrigan ...
Procession Leader (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
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Hunter (uncredited)
J. Gunnis Davis ...
Uncle Glutz (uncredited)
Kansas DeForrest ...
Ballerina (uncredited)
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Gypsy's Mother (uncredited)
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Gypsy's Wife (uncredited)
Neil Fitzgerald ...
Rudy (uncredited)
Brenda Fowler ...
Mother (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
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Girl (uncredited)
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Friend of murdered girl (uncredited)
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Neighbor (uncredited)
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Sympathetic villager (uncredited)
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Little Mermaid (uncredited)
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Victim in Flashback (uncredited)
Edwin Mordant ...
Coroner (uncredited)
Charles Murphy ...
Guard (uncredited)
Joseph North ...
Servant (uncredited)
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Communion girl (uncredited)
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Villager (uncredited)
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Auntie Glutz (uncredited)
Sarah Schwartz ...
Marta (uncredited)
Peter Shaw ...
Devil (uncredited)
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Neighbor (uncredited)
Frank Terry ...
Hunter at Hermit's Cottage (uncredited)
Anders Van Haden ...
Villager (uncredited)
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Maid (uncredited)
Lucio Villegas ...
Priest (uncredited)
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Queen (uncredited)

Directed by

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James Whale

Written by

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Mary Shelley ... (suggested by: the original story written in 1816 by) (as Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley)
 
William Hurlbut ... (adapted by) and
John L. Balderston ... (adapted by) (as John Balderston)
 
William Hurlbut ... (screenplay)
 
Josef Berne ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Lawrence G. Blochman ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Robert Florey ... (story) (uncredited)
 
Philip MacDonald ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Tom Reed ... (contributing writer) (uncredited)
 
R.C. Sherriff ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Edmund Pearson ... (screenplay) (uncredited)
 
Morton Covan ... (adaptation) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Carl Laemmle Jr. ... producer

Music by

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Franz Waxman

Cinematography by

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John J. Mescall ... (photographer)

Film Editing by

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Ted J. Kent ... film editor (as Ted Kent)

Editorial Department

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Maurice Pivar ... supervising film editor (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Charles D. Hall

Costume Design by

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Vera West ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department

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Irma Kusely ... hair stylist (uncredited)
Otto Lederer ... makeup associate (uncredited)
Jack P. Pierce ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Fred Frank ... assistant director (uncredited)
Harry Mancke ... assistant director (uncredited)
Joseph A. McDonough ... assistant director (uncredited)

Sound Department

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William Hedgcock ... sound technician (uncredited)
Gilbert Kurland ... sound supervisor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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David S. Horsley ... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Ken Strickfaden ... special electrical properties (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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John P. Fulton ... photographic effects
Cleo E. Baker ... miniatures (uncredited)
Jack Cosgrove ... matte paintings (uncredited)
David S. Horsley ... optical effects (uncredited)
Russell Lawson ... matte paintings (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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William Dodds ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Alan Jones ... second camera operator (uncredited)
Fred Stoll ... grip (uncredited)

Music Department

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C. Bakaleinikoff ... orchestral conductor (as Bakaleinikoff)
Larry Aicholtz ... music recordist (uncredited)
Abe Meyer ... music coordinator (uncredited)
Clifford Vaughan ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Oliver Wallace ... musician: organ (uncredited)

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Carl Laemmle ... presenter / president: Universal Pictures Corp.
Flo Brummel ... script clerk (uncredited)
Buddy Daggett ... secretary: Carl Laemmle Jr. (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... double: Reginald Barlow (uncredited)
Monte Montague ... double: Ernest Thesiger (uncredited)
Peter Shaw ... double: Ernest Thesiger (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Dr. Frankenstein and his monster both turn out to be alive, not killed as previously believed. Dr. Frankenstein wants to get out of the evil experiment business, but when a mad scientist, Dr. Pretorius, kidnaps his wife, Dr. Frankenstein agrees to help him create a new creature, a woman, to be the companion of the monster. Written by John Oswalt

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Taglines WHO will be The Bride of Frankenstein WHO will dare? See more »
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Also Known As
  • Frankenstein Lives Again! (United States)
  • The Return of Frankenstein (United States)
  • The Bride of Frankenstein (United States)
  • La fiancée de Frankenstein (France)
  • Frankensteins Braut (Germany)
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Runtime
  • 75 min
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Budget $397,024 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia Boris Karloff protested against the decision to make The Monster speak, but was overruled. Since he was required to speak in this film, Karloff was not able to remove his partial bridgework as he had done to help give the Monster his sunken cheek appearance in the first Frankenstein (1931). That's why The Monster appears fuller of face in the sequel. See more »
Goofs The film is a direct continuation of Frankenstein (1931), yet in that first film, Maria's father is named Ludwig. In this film he is named Hans and is played by a different actor. (This wouldn't be an issue if the actor who played Ludwig wasn't clearly shown in the recap of the first film.) See more »
Movie Connections Edited into House of Dracula (1945). See more »
Soundtracks Frühlingslied (Spring Song) Op.62 #6 See more »
Crazy Credits The closing credits have the heading "A good cast is worth repeating". See more »
Quotes Doctor Pretorius: To a new world of gods and monsters!
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