History Franchise / Frankenstein

1st Aug '16 3:31:08 PM Morgenthaler
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** ''TheMunsters'': The design of Herman Munster's makeup was heavily influenced by the Universal films.

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** ''TheMunsters'': ''Series/TheMunsters'': The design of Herman Munster's makeup was heavily influenced by the Universal films.
24th Jul '16 7:51:50 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* ''[[http://english.unl.edu/sbehrendt/texts/Presumption/presump.htm Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein]]'' (1823 play), written by Richard Brinsley Peake. This introduced changes like removing the framing device, making the monster a huge and non-speaking brute that dies at the end, and elevating Frankenstein's assistant to major character status which would later become standard elements of the mythology. Until the 1931 movie this was the best-known version of the story.
28th Apr '16 9:35:38 AM siberia82
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* ''WebVideo/FrankensteinMD:'' a 2014 VlogSeries from Pemberley Digital, featuring the amateur educational videos of enthusiastic and unorthodox medical student, [[GenderFlip Victoria]] Frankenstein.[[index]]
* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.[[/index]]

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* ''WebVideo/FrankensteinMD:'' a 2014 VlogSeries from Pemberley Digital, featuring the amateur educational videos of enthusiastic and unorthodox medical student, [[GenderFlip Victoria]] Frankenstein.[[index]]
Frankenstein.
* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.[[/index]]
Strausman.
28th Apr '16 9:35:05 AM siberia82
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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:[[index]]

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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:[[index]]
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* ''Life Without Soul'' (1915), the second film adaptation of Shelley's novel, remains a lost film.[[/index]]

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* ''Life Without Soul'' (1915), the second film adaptation of Shelley's novel, remains a lost film.[[/index]]
28th Apr '16 9:33:59 AM siberia82
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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:

[[index]]* ''[[Film/{{Frankenstein 1910}} Frankenstein]]'' (1910 film), a film written and directed by J. Searle Dawley, and the first film adaptation. Largely a showcase of special effects, and it was believed lost for decades. Luckily, a copy was eventually found.

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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:

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''[[Film/{{Frankenstein 1910}} Frankenstein]]'' (1910 film), a film written and directed by J. Searle Dawley, and the first film adaptation. Largely a showcase of special effects, and it was believed lost for decades. Luckily, a copy was eventually found.



* ''WebVideo/FrankensteinMD:'' a 2014 VlogSeries from Pemberley Digital, featuring the amateur educational videos of enthusiastic and unorthodox medical student, [[GenderFlip Victoria]] Frankenstein.
[[index]]* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.[[/index]]

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* ''WebVideo/FrankensteinMD:'' a 2014 VlogSeries from Pemberley Digital, featuring the amateur educational videos of enthusiastic and unorthodox medical student, [[GenderFlip Victoria]] Frankenstein.
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Frankenstein.[[index]]
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''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.[[/index]]
28th Apr '16 9:33:17 AM siberia82
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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:[[index]]

* ''[[Film/{{Frankenstein 1910}} Frankenstein]]'' (1910 film), a film written and directed by J. Searle Dawley, and the first film adaptation. Largely a showcase of special effects, and it was believed lost for decades. Luckily, a copy was eventually found.
* ''Life Without Soul'' (1915), the second film adaptation of Shelley's novel, remains a lost film.

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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:[[index]]

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''[[Film/{{Frankenstein 1910}} Frankenstein]]'' (1910 film), a film written and directed by J. Searle Dawley, and the first film adaptation. Largely a showcase of special effects, and it was believed lost for decades. Luckily, a copy was eventually found.
* ''Life Without Soul'' (1915), the second film adaptation of Shelley's novel, remains a lost film.[[/index]]



* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.[[/index]]

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* [[index]]* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.[[/index]]
28th Apr '16 9:31:06 AM siberia82
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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:

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This novel has been adapted into a minor subgenre of movies and sequels:
sequels:[[index]]



* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.

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* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.
Strausman.[[/index]]
5th Jan '16 8:31:49 PM spirasen
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* {{Retcon}}: Both Frankenstein and his creation are pretty clearly killed at the end of the 1931 film, but preview screenings proved so successful that they changed the ending to allow for Vic--er, Henry's survival, and then implying that the monster also survived the fire under the windmill. James Whale originally refused to direct the sequel, ''Bride of Frankenstein'', but eventually decided to [[MoneyDearBoy so he could make]] ''One More River.'' Knowing he could never top the original, he decided to make it [[{{Camp}} "a hoot."]]
* SillyWalk: A must for TheIgor.
* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Many film adaptations.
* {{Uberwald}}

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* {{Retcon}}: Both Frankenstein and his creation creation, are pretty clearly killed at the end of the 1931 film, but preview screenings proved so successful successful, that they changed the ending to allow for Vic--er, Henry's survival, and then implying that the monster monster, also survived the fire under the windmill. James Whale originally refused to direct the sequel, ''Bride of Frankenstein'', but eventually decided to [[MoneyDearBoy so he could make]] ''One More River.'' Knowing he could never top the original, he decided to make it [[{{Camp}} "a hoot."]]
* * SillyWalk: A must for TheIgor.
* * TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Many film adaptations.
* * {{Uberwald}}
5th Oct '15 12:21:23 AM rodneyAnonymous
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[[caption-width-right:355:Frankenstein is the doctor. [[CriticalResearchFailure That is a picture of the Creature.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:355:Frankenstein is the doctor. [[CriticalResearchFailure That is a picture of the Creature.]]]]
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19th Aug '15 1:48:52 PM siberia82
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* ''Life Without Soul'' (1915), the second film adaptation of Shelley's novel, remains a [[MissingEpisode lost film]].

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* ''Life Without Soul'' (1915), the second film adaptation of Shelley's novel, remains a [[MissingEpisode lost film]].film.




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* ''Film/VictorFrankenstein'' (2015 film) focuses primarily on the friendship between Victor Frankenstein and his protégé Igor Strausman.



* BeamMeUpScotty: Victor Frankenstein never said "It's ALIVE!" in the original book.
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