The Curse of Frankenstein

1957 film by Terence Fisher
The creature created by man and forgotten by nature

The Curse of Frankenstein is a 1957 film about a scientist who creates a monster.

Directed by Terence Fisher. Written by Jimmy Sangster, based on the novel by Mary Shelley.
The creature created by man and forgotten by nature!  (taglines)

Baron FrankensteinEdit

  • Let's let our friend here rest in peace... while he can.
  • I've harmed nobody, just robbed a few graves!

DialogueEdit

Paul Krempe: Have you ever been in that laboratory of his? No. You cannot possibly conceive the dreadful thing he's proposing to do.
Elizabeth: What are you trying to tell me Paul? That Victor's wicked? Insane?
Paul Krempe: Neither wicked nor insane. He's just so dedicated to his work that he can't see the terrible consequences that could result.

TaglinesEdit

  • The creature created by man and forgotten by nature!

CastEdit

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