SITEMAP
FRANKENSTEIN SERIES:
CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN
CURSE page 2
CURSE page 3
CURSE LOBBY CARDS
CURSE POSTERS 1
CURSE POSTERS 2
CURSE PHOTOS
CURSE PHOTOS 2
REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN
REVENGE page 2
REVENGE LOBBY CARDS
REVENGE POSTERS
THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN
EVIL page 2
EVIL LOBBY CARDS
EVIL POSTERS
FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN
CREATED WOMAN page 2
CREATED WOMAN page 3
CREATED WOMAN LOBBY CARDS
CREATED WOMAN POSTERS
FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED
DESTROYED page 2
DESTROYED page 3
DESTROYED LOBBY CARDS
DESTROYED POSTERS
HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN
HORROR page 2
HORROR page 3
HORROR LOBBY CARDS
HORROR POSTERS
FRANKENSTEIN & MONSTER-HELL
FROM HELL page 2
FROM HELL page 3
FROM HELL POSTERS
TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN
HAMMER FRANKENSTEIN PHOTOS 1
HAMMER FRANKENSTEIN PHOTOS 2

DRACULA SERIES:
HORROR OF DRACULA
DRACULA LOBBY CARDS
DRACULA POSTERS
DRACULA PHOTOS
BRIDES OF DRACULA
BRIDES LOBBY CARDS
BRIDES POSTERS
DRACULA, PRINCE OF DARKNESS
DARKNESS LOBBY CARDS
DARKNESS POSTERS
DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE
RISEN LOBBY CARDS
RISEN POSTERS
TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA
TASTE LOBBY CARDS
TASTE POSTERS
SCARS OF DRACULA
SCARS LOBBY CARDS
SCARS POSTERS
DRACULA AD 1972
AD 72 POSTERS
SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA
RITES LOBBY CARDS
RITES POSTERS
LEGEND OF THE 7 GOLDEN VAMPIRES
GOLDEN VAMPIRES LOBBY CARDS
GOLDEN VAMPIRES POSTERS
HAMMER DRACULA PHOTOS

WEREWOLF JEKYLL-HYDE:
CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF
WEREWOLF LOBBY CARDS
WEREWOLF POSTERS
CURSE OF WEREWOLF PHOTOS
2 FACES OF DR. JEKYLL
HOUSE OF FRIGHT LOBBY CARDS
JEKYLL POSTERS
DR. JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE
SISTER HYDE LOBBY CARDS
SISTER HYDE POSTERS

MUMMY SERIES:
THE MUMMY
MUMMY LOBBY CARDS
MUMMY POSTERS
CURSE OF THE MUMMY'S TOMB
MUMMY'S TOMB LOBBY CARDS
MUMMY'S TOMB POSTERS
THE MUMMY'S SHROUD
SHROUD LOBBY CARDS
SHROUD POSTERS
BLOOD FROM THE MUMMY'S TOMB
BLOOD FROM LOBBY CARDS
BLOOD FROM POSTERS
MUMMY MOVIE PHOTOS

VAMPIRE FILMS:
KISS OF THE VAMPIRE
KISS LOBBY CARDS
KISS POSTERS
THE VAMPIRE LOVERS
LOVERS LOBBY CARDS
LOVERS POSTERS
LUST FOR A VAMPIRE
LUST LOBBY CARDS
LUST POSTERS
TWINS OF EVIL
TWINS LOBBY CARDS
TWINS POSTERS
VAMPIRE CIRCUS
CIRCUS LOBBY CARDS
CIRCUS POSTERS
CAPT KRONOS, VAMPIRE HUNTER
KRONOS POSTERS
COUNTESS DRACULA
COUNTESS LOBBY CARDS
COUNTESS POSTERS
VAMPIRE MOVIE PHOTOS

HAMMER HORROR:
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
PHANTOM LOBBY CARDS
PHANTOM POSTERS
THE REPTILE
REPTILE LOBBY CARDS
REPTILE POSTERS
THE GORGON
GORGON LOBBY CARDS
GORGON POSTERS
PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES
ZOMBIES POSTERS
HANDS OF THE RIPPER
RIPPER LOBBY CARDS
RIPPER POSTERS
MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH
CHEAT DEATH LOBBY CARDS
CHEAT DEATH POSTERS
THE DEVIL RIDES OUT
DEVIL RIDES LOBBY CARDS
DEVIL RIDES POSTERS

QUATERMASS FILMS:
QUATERMASS XPERIMENT
XPERIMENT LOBBY CARDS
XPERIMENT POSTERS
QUATERMASS 2
QUATERMASS LOBBY CARDS
QUATERMASS POSTERS
QUATERMASS AND THE PIT
THE PIT LOBBY CARDS
THE PIT POSTERS

PREHISTORIC MOVIES:
ONE MILLION YEARS BC
ONE MILLION LOBBY CARDS
ONE MILLION POSTERS
PREHISTORIC WOMEN
WOMEN LOBBY CARDS
WOMEN POSTERS
WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH
DINOSAURS LOBBY CARDS
DINOSAURS POSTERS
CREATURES THE WORLD FORGOT
WORLD FORGOT LOBBY CARDS
WORLD FORGOT POSTERS

HOUSE OF HAMMER:
HAMMER CINEMA
HAMMER SCIENCE FICTION
HAMMER THRILLERS
HAMMER THRILLERS 2
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THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN
Director - Freddie Francis, Screenplay - John Elder [Anthony Hinds], Producer - Hinds, Photography - John Wilcox, Music - Don Banks, Special Effects - Les Bowie, Makeup - Roy Ashton, Art Direction - Don Mingaye. Production Company - Hammer. 1964.

Cast: Peter Cushing (Baron Frankenstein), Peter Woodthorpe (Zoltan), Sandor Eles (Hans), Kiwi Kingston (The Monster), Katy Wild (beggar girl), David Hutcheson (Burgomaster of Karlstaad)

      Forced to flee when he is discovered performing an unholy experiment on a still warm corpse which was brought to him by a body-snatcher, Baron Frankenstein and his assistant, Hans, are able to escape to the Baron’s old castle, high in the mountains of Karlstaad.
      The castle is a shamble, and Frankenstein explains that it was wontanly wrecked by outraged villagers who had stormed the castle and pillaged it when they found out the Baron had created a living being--an uneartly creature--out of pieces of other beings. The creature, however, had managed to escape, only to die in the bitter cold of the mountain snows.
      To cheer themselves up, Frankenstein and Hans decide to attend a carnival in town. Although they are heavily disguised, the Baron gives himself away, and they are almost arrested, but they manage to escape by dodging into the tent of “The Great Zoltan”, a mystical hypnotist.
      Afraid to return to the castle, Frankenstein and Hans make their way deep into the mountains, where they meet a deaf-and-dumb beggar girl who befriends them. A violent storm threatens, and the girl beckons them into the cave which is her home.
      In the inner recess of the cave, Frankenstein is dumbfounded to find, perfectly preserved in ice, the body of his “creature” of many years ago, and reasons that it must have fallen into the glacier when the villagers chased it into the mountains.
      Frankenstein and Hans manage to free the “creature,” and transport it back to the Baron’s castle. Using the electrical power generated by the storm, they reanimate the creature; and though it lives, its brain is dormant.
      Frankenstein returns to the fair to ask “The Great Zoltan” to use his hypnotic powers to restore the “Creature’s” brain to activity. Zoltan is able to do this, but the creature is completely under Zoltan’s hypnotic spell, and Frankenstein is forced to accept Zoltan as a “partner”.
      Without Frankenstein’s knowledge, Zoltan has the creature commit robbery and murder. By this time, the chief of Police is aware of Frankenstein’s presence in the castle, and arrives to arrest him. Frankenstein tries desperately to make him realize that the creature is on the loose and violent, but the chief refuses to believe him and carts him off to jail.
      However, the Baron has already instructed Hans to find the creature and return him to the castle. Hans traces it to the beggar girl’s cave and persuades them both to return with him to the chateau.
      Meantime, the chief of Police is now convinced of the monster’s existance and organizes a posse to track it down and kill it. Baron Frankenstein manages to escape from jail and reaches the castle ahead of the posse. He frantically tries to get the creature under control, but it is no use. The monster is in a drunken rage, and has accidentally swallowed a bottle of chloroform. The whole laboratory catches fire, and the creature and his creastor are apparently destroyed in a spectacular, cataclysmic explosion.












Disclaimer: Evil of Frankenstein was copyrighted 1964 by Hammer Film Productions Ltd. and released by Universal Picture Corp.; renewed by Universal-MCA. Used for non-commercial purposes; All rights reserved. No rights given or implied. Do NOT use without permission.



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