Frankenstein Created Woman

Overview

Hammer Studios followed up Evil of Frankenstein with this entertaining sequel, again starring Peter Cushing as the quintessential mad scientist obsessed with the reanimation of dead bodies and the creation of superhuman creatures. His latest project involves transferring the mind of a wrongly-executed man into the body of his lover former Playboy centerfold Susan Denberg, whose own suicide left her horribly disfigured. After restoring her beauty, the Doctor performs the mind-transference, which comes off without ...
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Overview

Hammer Studios followed up Evil of Frankenstein with this entertaining sequel, again starring Peter Cushing as the quintessential mad scientist obsessed with the reanimation of dead bodies and the creation of superhuman creatures. His latest project involves transferring the mind of a wrongly-executed man into the body of his lover former Playboy centerfold Susan Denberg, whose own suicide left her horribly disfigured. After restoring her beauty, the Doctor performs the mind-transference, which comes off without a hitch... until the lust for revenge against his executioners begins to surface. He/she then pursues this vendetta by seducing and murdering those who wronged him. Hammer stalwart Terence Fisher directs this quirky entry with his usual flair -- aided considerably by a decent budget -- and spices things up with a fair share of titillation courtesy of Ms. Denberg.
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Special Features

Commentary featuring Derek Fowlds, Robert Morris, Jonathan Rigby; Frankenstein Created Woman trailer; World of Hammer 'The Curse of Frankenstein'; World of Hammer episode 'Hammer Stars: Peter Cushing'; Brand new documentary: Hammer glamour; Stills gallery
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Richard Gilliam
Frankenstein Created Woman is among the best of Hammer Film's horror classics, stylishly directed by Terence Fisher and featuring a subtle but sinister performance from Peter Cushing as Baron Frankenstein. The woman created is Playboy playmate Susan Denberg, fondly remembered by Star Trek fans as one of "Mudd's Women." As with many Hammer Films, part of the fun is enjoying Arthur Grant's rich cinematography and the production designs of Bernard Robinson. The screenplay features an interesting gender switch, unusual for the mid-1960s. Ideas for these characters had pretty much run their course by the late 1960s, and four years would pass before the next film in the series, Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/28/2014
  • UPC: 687797936660
  • Original Release: 1965
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  • Source: Millennium
  • Region Code: A
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Color
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 24,483

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peter Cushing Baron Frankenstein
Susan Denberg Christine Kieve
Thorley Walters Dr. Hertz
Robert Morris Hans
Peter Blythe Anton
Barry Warren Karl
Derek Fowlds Johann
Alan MacNaughton FJeve
Peter Madden Police Chief
Duncan Lamont Prisoner
Colin Jeavons Priest
John Maxim Police Sergeant
Philip Ray Mayor
Kevin Flood Chief Gaoler
Alec Mango Spokesman
Bartlett Mullins Bystander
Technical Credits
Terence Fisher Director
James Bernard Score Composer
Les Bowie Special Effects
Rosemary Burrows Costumes/Costume Designer
John Elder Screenwriter
Arthur Grant Cinematographer
Anthony Hinds Screenwriter
Anthony Nelson Keys Producer
Philip Martell Musical Direction/Supervision
Don Mingaye Art Director
James Needs Editor
George Partleton Makeup
Spencer Reeve Editor
Bernard Robinson Production Designer
Larry Stewart Costumes/Costume Designer
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