After escaping from an asylum the mad Dr. Niemann and his hunch back assistant revive Count Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Frankenstein monster in order to extract revenge upon their many enemies.Written by
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Although this film boasts three monsters, the Dracula scenes are completely separate from the Frankenstein and Wolf Man scenes. A true meeting of all three monsters would have to wait until Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948). See more »
While searching for Dr. Frankenstein's records beneath the ruins of his castle, Dr. Niemann and Daniel discover the Wolfman and the Monster frozen. After thawing out the Wolfman, he then changes back to Lawrence Talbot. Dr. Niemann tells him he can cure him if he obtains the records of Dr. Frankenstein, last observed being read by Dr. Mannering in Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man during a laboratory scene prior to the castle being destroyed. Talbot immediately proceeds to a another room where he reaches into the wall and miraculously pulls out the record book totally intact and undamaged. See more »
I grew up in the 60s, and my dad introduced me to the Universal Horror movies through TV reruns. Among the attractions: the mysterious atmosphere, the B&W photography, the convincing and committed performances, the occasional wit and humor. These films never fail to please me and put me in a good mood, and this one is one of my favorites. Lots of fun with the monsters, moods and music. Call me old-fashioned, but I'd rather watch just one of these old chestnuts than a year's worth of Freddies, Jasons, etc.
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