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Frankenstein : the true story

Author: Leonard WhitingDavid McCallumMichael SarrazinHunt StrombergChristopher IsherwoodAll authors
Publisher: NY [i.e. New York] : Goodtimes Home Video, [1995]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 19th century England, Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Whiting) meets Dr. Henry Clerval (McCallum), a surgeon who is conducting experiments that will give him power over death. When Clerval dies mysteriously and horribly, Frankenstein continues their experiment using Clerval's brain. At first, his creature (Sarrazin) is breathtakingly beautiful, but soon, he begins to degenerate. Horrified, Frankenstein escapes and  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Whiting; David McCallum; Michael Sarrazin; Hunt Stromberg; Christopher Isherwood; Don Bachardy; Jack Smight; Universal City Studios.; Universal Pictures Television Limited.; GoodTimes Home Video (Firm)
ISBN: 155511735X 9781555117351
OCLC Number: 34748764
Notes: From the classic novel by Mary Shelley.
Videocassette release of a c1973 production.
Credits: Director of photography, Arthur Ibbetson ; editor, Richard Marden ; music composer, Gil Mellé.
Cast: James Mason, Leonard Whiting, David McCallum, Jane Seymour, Nicola Pagett, Michael Sarrazin, Michael Wilding, Clarissa Kaye, Agnes Moorehead, Margaret Leighton, Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud, Tom Baker.
Event notes: Filmed on location and at Pirewood Studios, London, England.
Description: 1 videocassette (approx. 122 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Other Titles: Frankenstein
Responsibility: a Universal Studios presentation ; produced by Hunt Stromberg Jr. ; screenplay by Christopher Isherwood & Don Bachardy ; directed by Jack Smight ; Universal Pictures Television Limited.

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In 19th century England, Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Whiting) meets Dr. Henry Clerval (McCallum), a surgeon who is conducting experiments that will give him power over death. When Clerval dies mysteriously and horribly, Frankenstein continues their experiment using Clerval's brain. At first, his creature (Sarrazin) is breathtakingly beautiful, but soon, he begins to degenerate. Horrified, Frankenstein escapes and returns to his old life in London with his new wife. But the creature has grown more cunning in his search for his creator, and Frankenstein has no idea of what awaits him.

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