Reaching a height of 6'3" and weighing in at 220 pounds, Lon Chaney Jr.
was a large man even before he was "enlarged" for the role of Frankenstein's Monster. After Chaney had donned Jack P. Pierce
's makeup and prosthetic devices, he stood 6'9" tall and weighed 284 pounds. See more
When Elsa is reading Dr. Frankenstein's notes, we see flashbacks of the monster being created, superimposed on the screen over the notes. When Elsa gets to the part of the notes that reads, "And now to find a brain", the flashbacks have shown the monster charged with electricity and brought to life and although in proper history, the brain was put in first the flashbacks are meant to be Elsa imagining the creation of the monster. Having never known about the monster she would not have known that the brain was first. See more
There's a curse upon this village, the curse of Frankenstein.
Aye, it is true. The whole countryside shuns the village. Our fields are barren, the inn is empty.
Village Mother of Hungry Children
My little ones cry in their sleep. They are hungry. There is no bread.
It's the curse, the curse of Frankenstein.
This is nonsense, folks. You talk as though these were the Dark Ages. You know as well as I do that the monster died in the sulfur pit under Frankenstein's tower. And that Ygor, his familiar, was riddled ...