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Frankenstein 90 (1984)

An obsessed scientist assembles a living being from parts of exhumed corpses.

Director:

Alain Jessua

Writers:

Paul Gégauff (scenario) (as Paul Gegauff), Alain Jessua (scenario)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Rochefort ... Victor Frankenstein, alias Victor Lafaurie
Eddy Mitchell ... Franck
Fiona Gélin ... Elisabeth Lafaurie
Herma Vos Herma Vos ... Adélaïde
Ged Marlon Ged Marlon ... L'inspecteur
Serge Marquand Serge Marquand ... Le commissaire de police
Anna Gaylor Anna Gaylor ... Corona, la domestique
Dirke Altevogt Dirke Altevogt ... Bonbon de Nemours
Cécile Auclert Cécile Auclert ... La jeune humanoïde
Ketty Ketty ... Rita Ketchup
Christian Charmetant ... Le jeune inspecteur
Philippe Dormoy Philippe Dormoy ... Le spectateur cinéma
Cheik Doukouré Cheik Doukouré ... Albert le boucher
Emmanuel Gust Emmanuel Gust ... L'automobiliste énervé
Marc Lavoine ... Le jeune humanoïde
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Storyline

An obsessed scientist assembles a living being from parts of exhumed corpses.

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Genres:

Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

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Trivia

Indignant catholic associations protested Eddy Mitchell playing a monster within the church of Fosses. See more »

Goofs

When Frank presents the dead bodies of the three exotic dancers to Victor and Elizabeth, one of the three women noticeably blinks. See more »

Connections

Version of Frankenstein (1910) See more »

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Frank is curious.
19 February 2003 | by doktor dSee all my reviews

Alain Jessua's French production, 'Frankenstein 90' (1984), is a solid, entertaining, original and odd take on the Frankenstein tale, particularly the Universal film classics 'Frankenstein' and 'Bride of Frankenstein'. Part comedy-spoof, part light drama, this is essential viewing for horror fans and Frankenstein completists.

Imagine Mel Brooks' 'Young Frankenstein' but in color and with a whopping dollop of nudity and graphic, rampaging sexual appetites. In fact, the quest to satisfy the monster's carnal curiosity is the focal point of the film. More than likely, American horror fanatics have never seen anything quite like this. French pop star Eddy Mitchell stars as 'Frank' (the monster), and the film boasts two extremely sexy female leads that do not disappoint. Fiona Gelin (as Elizabeth) is simply stunning. >


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Country:

France

Language:

French | Japanese | English | German

Release Date:

14 August 1984 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Франкенштейн 90 See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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