When Dr. Frankenstein is killed by a monster he created, his daughter and his lab assistant Marshall continue his experiments. The two fall in love and attempt to transplant Marshall's ...
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Amando de Ossorio
When Dr. Frankenstein is killed by a monster he created, his daughter and his lab assistant Marshall continue his experiments. The two fall in love and attempt to transplant Marshall's brain in to the muscular body of a retarded servant Stephen, in order to prolong the aging Marshall's life. Meanwhile, the first monster seeks revenge on the grave robbers who sold the body parts used in its creation to Dr. Frankenstein. Soon it comes after Marshall and the doctor's daughter.Written by
Lady Frankenstein was distributed theatrically in Italy by Alexia on 22 October 1971. It grossed a total of 139,683,000 Italian lire domestically. It was released in the United States in March 1972 where it was distributed by New World Pictures. See more »
The head of a crew member can be seen in the mirror behind Dr Frankenstein and colleague whilst they try to bring the monster to life. See more »
[Having just hastily got married; to inquiring police detective]
I've been up all night with my husband. He's resting now.
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The movie ends abruptly after the main character dies, without any credits. See more »
The US release through New World was cut by 15 minutes. The complete film was available on a Swedish VHS (long OOP) and there is a forthcoming (2005) dvd release of the restored feature from a German company. See more »
Not the worst of the Frankenstein films; in fact a rather novel departure from the usual. The only real flaw is the unfortunately poor-quality print used on the DVD. Both the trailer and opening credits are presented Letterbox but the film itself is fullscreen. The actual print of the film is dark, grainy and faded in spots; actually turning blue during one scene. The sound quality is dull listenable, but is frequently drowned out by the music and effects.
BE FOREWARNED: The DVD print ends abruptly (in mid-strangle, no less)!
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