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Producer Dan Curtis (Dark Shadows, The Night Stalker), faithfully resurrects Mary Shelley's Gothic classic in an acclaimed adaptation starring Robert Foxworth (Falcon Crest), Bo Svenson (Delta Force) and Susan Strasberg (Picnic).
Fiercely devoted to the theories of extending and creating human life, scientist Victor Frankenstein and his assistants have secretly assembled an artificial man with human parts stolen from graves. Once he is brought to life, the enormous creature exhibits a child-like innocence. Unaware of his superhuman strength and frightful appearance, the Giant becomes hostile and demands that Victor create him a mate.
Bonus features include a new audio commentary track with actors Robert Foxworth (Victor Frankenstein) and John Karlen (Otto Roget) plus 1973 Frankenstein promo, recap and preview from the original broadcast on ABC-TV's Wide World Of Mystery.
The most sensitive Frankenstein I have ever viewed. The cast is good, but Bo Svenson as The Giant, is really good. You root for him. You feel for him and you share his pain.Published 18 months ago by M.L. M.
i love dan curtis stuff but this tested my limits in viewing displeasure a very slow moving film or as the monster might say me deadPublished on February 26, 2013 by lance ramrod
This is a very well done staged production. Always in search of John Karlen films, once again, I had to be content with few scenes. Few but good. He's worth it. Read morePublished on February 17, 2011 by J. Robinson
With imagination, a viewer might be able to see some connection to Shelley's novel; however, the production was extremely poor. Read morePublished on May 9, 2010 by Lady Meacham
I have been looking for this for a couple of years. The quality was perfect and the timing of the shipment was ideal.Published on December 1, 2008 by Deanna M. Ellis