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Professor Frankenstein, a university lecturer with an alligator pit under his house, steals body parts of dead athletes from the wreckage of a crashed airplane. He builds a hunky male monster with a hideously disfigured face, which goes on a killing spree.Written by
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American International Pictures released this film to many drive-in theaters on a double bill with Blood of Dracula (1957) with the tag line: "Warning! Can You Take It? Fiendish! Frenzied! Frightening! It Will Haunt You For Days Afterwards!" See more »
Margaret uses putty or clay to take an impression of the keyhole of the lock on the lab door. This would not work, as the lock is a Yale type of barrel lock with internal levers. Soft putty would only gum up the internal workings, and when completely dry would be impossible to remove intact. See more »
Speak. I know you have a civil tongue in your head because I sewed it back myself.
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This movie encapsulates everything most people think of when they refer to 50's monster movies. It's got a mad scientist, a laboratory full of sparking equipment, a reluctant assistant, an alligator filled pit and of course a full fledged pug ugly monster. All the elements come together perfectly. Like many people I saw this on tv as a child and now always think of it anytime someone mentions 50's monster movies.
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