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Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell ()


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Baron Frankenstein works with a mental patient to reanimate the dead.

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Baron Frankenstein
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Simon
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Sarah
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Monster (as Dave Prowse)
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Asylum Director
Michael Ward ...
Transvest
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Wild One
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Police Sergeant
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Judge
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Bodysnatcher
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Ernst
Christopher Cunningham ...
Hans (as Chris Cunningham)
Charles Lloyd Pack ...
Professor Durendel (as Charles Lloyd-Pack)
Lucy Griffiths ...
Old Hag
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Tarmut
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Muller
Andrea Lawrence ...
Brassy Girl
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Landlord
Sheila D'Union ...
Gerda (as Sheila Dunion)
Mischa De La Motte ...
Twitch
Norman Atkyns ...
Smiler
Victor Woolf ...
Letch
Winifred Sabine ...
Mouse
Janet Hargreaves ...
Chatter
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Coach Driver
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Hugh Cecil ...
Inmate (uncredited)
Ron Eagleton ...
Inmate (uncredited)
Lianne Gilmore ...
Inmate (uncredited)
Beatrice Greeke ...
Inmate (uncredited)
Toni Harris ...
Inmate (uncredited)
George Holdcroft ...
Priest (uncredited)
Roy Lansford ...
Court Clerk (uncredited)
Peter Macpherson ...
Inmate (uncredited)
Gordon Richardson ...
Aggressive (uncredited)
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Death Wish (uncredited)

Directed by

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Terence Fisher

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Anthony Hinds ... (screenplay) (as John Elder)
 
Mary Shelley ... (character: Frankenstein) (uncredited)

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Roy Skeggs ... producer

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James Bernard

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Brian Probyn ... director of photography

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James Needs

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Ian MacGregor-Scott ... assistant editor
William Parnell ... assistant editor (uncredited)

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James Liggat

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Scott MacGregor

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Eddie Knight ... makeup artist
Maude Onslow ... hairdresser

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Christopher Neame ... production manager

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Derek Whitehurst ... assistant director
Chris Carreras ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Roy P. Stevens ... third assistant director (uncredited)

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Arthur Banks ... construction manager
Don Picton ... assistant art director

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Maurice Askew ... dubbing mixer
Les Hammond ... sound recordist
Roy Hyde ... sound editor
William Parnell ... foley editor (uncredited)
Lionel Strutt ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)

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Les Bowie ... special effects (uncredited)

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Chic Anstiss ... camera operator (as Chick Anstiss)
Cedric James ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Malcolm Vinson ... focus puller (uncredited)

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Dulcie Midwinter ... wardrobe supervisor

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Philip Martell ... musical supervisor
Hugh Bean ... musician: violin solos (uncredited)
Philip Martell ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

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Kay Rawlings ... continuity

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Plot Summary

Last of the Hammer Frankenstein films, this one deals with the Baron hiding out in an insane asylum, so that he may continue his experiments with reanimating the dead, along with inmate Dr. Helder, who has been institutionalized for conducting such experiments. Written by Humberto Amador

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Taglines His brain came from a genius. His body came from a killer. His soul came from hell! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Frankenstein et le monstre de l'enfer (France)
  • Frankensteins Höllenmonster (Germany)
  • Frankenstein y el monstruo del infierno (Spain)
  • La creatura di Frankenstein e i mostri dell'inferno (Italy)
  • Франкенштейн и монстр из ада (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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  • 99 min
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Trivia This was the final film directed by Terence Fisher before his death on June 18, 1980 at the age of 76. It was also the 29th and final Hammer film that he directed. The first was Man Bait (1952). See more »
Goofs After extracting the Professor's brain, Dr. Frankenstein holds it upside down. However, seconds later when he places it in a vat, it's right side up. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into I Am Your Father (2015). See more »
Quotes Baron Victor Frankenstein aka Dr. Carl Victor: [after operating eyeballs onto the creature] Now, in approximately one hour, when the narcosis wears off... we shall see.
Simon Helder: [jokingly] Let's hope it's he who sees!
Baron Victor Frankenstein aka Dr. Carl Victor: ..."he who sees"?
Simon Helder: Sorry...
Baron Victor Frankenstein aka Dr. Carl Victor: [begins to laugh maniacally] "He who sees"! I like that!
Simon Helder: I didn't think it was that funny, I must say...
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