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Bride of Frankenstein

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Classic horror starring
Boris Karloff , Colin Clive
Frankenstein's monster has not been destroyed - he survived the fire. Now he can talk, appreciates a good cigar, and he wants a wife.
Director James Whale (1935. PG)
Black andwhite
♦ See Films: pp 46―54 *****

Contributors

Unknown: Boris Karloff
Unknown: Colin Clive
Director: James Whale
The monster: Boris Karloff
Henry Frankenstein: Colin Clive
Elizabeth: Valerie Hobson
Dr Pretorius: Ernest Thesiger
Mary Shelley/Bride: Elsa Lanchester
Lord Byron: Gavin Gordon
Percy Bysshe Shelley: Douglas Walton
Minnie: Una O'Connor
Burgomaster: Ee Clive
Butter: Lucien Prival
Hermit: Op Heggie
Karl: Dwight Frye
Hans: Reginald Barlow

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Bride of Frankenstein

BBC One London, 10 May 1997 1.10






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