The Teenage Frankenstein (1959)
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A desperate stranger (played by Victor Fabian) rescues Doctor Frankenstein (played by Charles Martinka) from the gallows. When the Frankenstein monster (played by Don Glut) appears, with the stranger quickly fleeing. On the strangers return, he is identified as Lawrence Talbot, who admits to the doctor that he had been saved so as to help rid him of the werewolf curse. Talbot (through flashbacks) tells the doctor the tale of seeking a cure from Count Dracula (played by Gene Gronemeyer). Whilst this conversation is underway, the the Frankenstein monster enters a bling hermit's (played by Michael Salerno) hut. The hermit teaches the monster to speak. Unfortunately for the hermit, when he lights his pipe, the monster who fears fire, kills the hermit. On the monster's return to the castle, he demands that the doctor create him a friend. In fear the doctor agree. He leaves the castle and commences collecting body parts for a new creation. Finally, a new creation is made being a Teenage Frankenstein (played by Bert Ott). The new creature has the face of the previous creation). Talbot transforms into the werewolf and battles the original Frankenstein monster. Meanwhile when the Teenage Frankenstein sees his ugly reflection in a mirror, he kills the doctor and blows up the castle.
Doctor Frankenstein (played by Charles Martinka) is rescued from being hung by a desperate stranger.
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