History Film / YoungFrankenstein

20th May '17 1:22:02 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* {{Tuckerisation}}:
** The Gasthaus, or guest house at the beginning of the riot scene is Gasthaus Gruskoff, named after producer Michael Gruskoff.
** The name on the third brain when Igor makes his selection is that of the movie's assistant property master, Charles Sertin.
18th May '17 2:17:53 PM xcountryguy
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* AlliterativeName

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* AlliterativeNameAlliterativeName: Frederick Frankenstein, of course.



* MadScientist
* MadScientistLaboratory: Frederick find the old granda's laboratory hidden in the castle.

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* MadScientist
MadScientist: Frederick eventually lives up to this trope fully as part of his CharacterDevelopment.
* MadScientistLaboratory: Frederick find the old granda's grandad's laboratory hidden in the castle.



* ParlorGames: Charades.

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* ParlorGames: Charades.Charades are used to inefficiently get an important point across.



* WalkThisWay

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* WalkThisWayWalkThisWay: Igor convinces Frederick to follow him down a set of stairs in his hunched over gait. Frederick's expression makes it clear that he can't believe he was convinced to do that.
14th May '17 4:47:13 PM fatescanner
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''...Blücher!'' [[OverlyLongGag (*WHINNY*)]]
25th Apr '17 3:08:48 AM Psychadelico
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* ProducePelting: During Frederick and the Monster's performance.

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* ProducePelting: During Frederick and the Monster's performance. Definitely a parody of the trope, as the posh, well-to-do looking men pull the rotten cabbages ''straight out of their dress suits''.
14th Apr '17 4:54:33 PM CumbersomeTercel
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Wilder is Frederick Frankenstein ("That's ''Fronkensteen!''"), grandson of the infamous mad scientist, who is determined to distance himself from the family legacy. When he inherits the family estate in Transylvania, he goes to inspect the property, where he encounters a household staff including the hunchbacked servant Igor (Creator/MartyFeldman) who insists on having his name pronounced "Eye-gor", nubile assistant Inga (Teri Garr), and mirthless housekeeper Frau Blücher ([[HairTriggerSoundEffect *WHINNY*]]) (Cloris Leachman). Discovering his grandfather's laboratory and private journals, Frederick becomes similarly obsessed with the idea of re-animating the dead, and with Igor's assistance steals the corpse of a recently-hanged criminal; he then assigns Igor with stealing the preserved brain of "scientist and saint" Hans Delbrück, but an accident leads to the brain's destruction and forces Igor to substitute an abnormal brain without Frederick's knowledge. The creature (Peter Boyle) is animated and proves to be uncontrollably violent, and then Frau Blücher, (*WHINNY*) who was Victor Frankenstein's lover, sets him free...

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Wilder is Frederick Frankenstein ("That's ''Fronkensteen!''"), grandson of the infamous mad scientist, who is determined to distance himself from the family legacy. When he inherits the family estate in Transylvania, he goes to inspect the property, where he encounters a household staff including the hunchbacked servant Igor (Creator/MartyFeldman) who insists on having his name pronounced "Eye-gor", nubile assistant Inga (Teri Garr), and mirthless housekeeper Frau Blücher ([[HairTriggerSoundEffect *WHINNY*]]) (Cloris Leachman). Discovering his grandfather's laboratory and private journals, Frederick becomes similarly obsessed with the idea of re-animating the dead, and with Igor's assistance steals the corpse of a recently-hanged criminal; he then assigns Igor with stealing the preserved brain of "scientist and saint" Hans Delbrück, but an accident leads to the brain's destruction and forces Igor to substitute an abnormal brain without Frederick's knowledge. The creature (Peter Boyle) (Creator/PeterBoyle) is animated and proves to be uncontrollably violent, and then Frau Blücher, (*WHINNY*) who was Victor Frankenstein's lover, sets him free...
14th Mar '17 6:30:43 AM MadSpy
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** Fire in this to the monster. It both terrifies him and sends him into a violent frenzy.

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** Fire in is this to the monster. It both terrifies him and sends him into a violent frenzy.
6th Mar '17 12:31:17 PM Dimensio
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** A subtle one occurs when Frederick announces that he and his creature will make the greatest contribution to science "since the creation of fire". The full title of the original book was ''Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus'', Prometheus being the Greek Titan who brought fire to mankind.
26th Feb '17 3:34:51 PM Corlagon
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The MarketBasedTitle for the film in Italy and France, ''Frankenstein Junior'', is NOTToBeConfusedWith the actual ''WesternAnimation/FrankensteinJr''

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The MarketBasedTitle for the film in Italy Italy, France and France, Germany, ''Frankenstein Junior'', is NOTToBeConfusedWith the actual ''WesternAnimation/FrankensteinJr''
26th Jan '17 4:05:30 AM BoukenDutch
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* SeesawCatapult: While wandering the countryside, the monster meets a little girl and plays with her. They get on a teeter-totter and when the monster sits down on it, the little girl is flung through the air and miraculously lands on the bed in her bedroom, to the relief of her parents.
23rd Nov '16 10:07:46 PM LokIago
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Wilder is Frederick Frankenstein ("That's ''Fronkensteen!''"), grandson of the infamous mad scientist, who is determined to distance himself from the family legacy. When he inherits the family estate in Transylvania, he goes to inspect the property, where he encounters a household staff including the hunchbacked servant Igor (Creator/MartyFeldman) who insists on having his name pronounced "Eye-gor", nubile assistant Inga (Teri Garr), and mirthless housekeeper Frau Blücher (*WHINNY*) (Cloris Leachman). Discovering his grandfather's laboratory and private journals, Frederick becomes similarly obsessed with the idea of re-animating the dead, and with Igor's assistance steals the corpse of a recently-hanged criminal; he then assigns Igor with stealing the preserved brain of "scientist and saint" Hans Delbrück, but an accident leads to the brain's destruction and forces Igor to substitute an abnormal brain without Frederick's knowledge. The creature (Peter Boyle) is animated and proves to be uncontrollably violent, and then Frau Blücher, (*WHINNY*) who was Victor Frankenstein's lover, sets him free...

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Wilder is Frederick Frankenstein ("That's ''Fronkensteen!''"), grandson of the infamous mad scientist, who is determined to distance himself from the family legacy. When he inherits the family estate in Transylvania, he goes to inspect the property, where he encounters a household staff including the hunchbacked servant Igor (Creator/MartyFeldman) who insists on having his name pronounced "Eye-gor", nubile assistant Inga (Teri Garr), and mirthless housekeeper Frau Blücher (*WHINNY*) ([[HairTriggerSoundEffect *WHINNY*]]) (Cloris Leachman). Discovering his grandfather's laboratory and private journals, Frederick becomes similarly obsessed with the idea of re-animating the dead, and with Igor's assistance steals the corpse of a recently-hanged criminal; he then assigns Igor with stealing the preserved brain of "scientist and saint" Hans Delbrück, but an accident leads to the brain's destruction and forces Igor to substitute an abnormal brain without Frederick's knowledge. The creature (Peter Boyle) is animated and proves to be uncontrollably violent, and then Frau Blücher, (*WHINNY*) who was Victor Frankenstein's lover, sets him free...
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