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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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FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL
UK. 1969. Director - Terence Fisher, Screenplay - John Elder (Anthony Hinds), Producer - Roy Skeggs, Photography - Brian Probyn, Music - James Bernard, Makeup - Eddie Knight, Art Direction - Scott MacGregor. Production Company - Hammer. 1973.

Cast: Peter Cushing (Baron Frankentein/Dr. Carl Victor), Shane Briant (Simon Helder), Madeline Smith (Sarah), Bernard Lee (Tarmut), David Prowse (The Creature), John Stratton (Asylum director), Philip Voss (Ernst), Clifford Mollison (Judge), Patrick Troughton (Bodysnatcher)

      Doctor Simon Helder, a follower of Baron Victor Frankenstein, is arrested and sentenced to confinement in an insane asylum for performing “unholy experiments”. Inside, he meets the earthy “Angel” of the asylum named Sarah, who is mute, and confronts the Baron, the greatest moment in the young doctor’s life. Believed dead, Frankenstein explains that he is to be addressed as Dr. Karl Victor among the inmates. Next morning, the doctor gives Simon a tour of the grounds. Eventually, Simon discovers the Baron is practicing his unorthodox experiments in the asylum. The Baron confesses, and together they bring life to the most grotesque and appalling creature. The beast appears more ape-like than human with hair-covered body, torn bits of flesh, stiches completely covering his forehead, and huge hands. According to the doctor, the Monster was once an inmate of the asylum, who was killed trying to escape. The Monster is kept in a cage with reinforced bars.
      Together, the two men replace the mangled tissue in the creature’s eyesockets. They are successful, and when the beast returns to consciousness, he springs to his feet and thrusts the Baron aside with his brute strength. Under anesthetics, the creature is again placed unconscious.
      Frankenstein locks the Monster back into the cage and begins to contemplate the brain transplant he will soon perform on it. The scientist uses the brain of a convenient suicide victim to perform the delicate surgery. The two surgeons remove the creature’s old brain and replace it with the newer and more intelligent one. About ten days later, the creature recovers and calls out to the overjoyed scientists. They consider the experiment a success.
      The sobbing Monster becomes overwhelmingly hungry and its body overtakes the brain. The beast attacks Simon with a jagged piece of glass, but Frankenstein’s timely appearance saves him. The Baron wraps his ether-saturated coat around the creature’s head and the drowsy thing is placed back into his cage.
      Dementedly, Frankenstein suggests that he mate the Monster and Sarah together, but Simon refuses, calling the entire thing mad. To prevent the perverted plans of Frankenstein, Simon poisons the Monster and enters the cage to make sure the thing is dead. However, he overlooks the huge Monster’s strength. Within the grip of the creature, Simon struggles desperately to free himself when suddenly a horrified Sarah cries out to the Monster to release Simon. Bewildered, the creature releases Simon and both Simon and Sarah flee the hidden laboratory, leaving the Monster behind in a rampage.
      Now free, the creature runs rampant through the graveyard during an electrical storm, uncovering graves in search of his original body. The director of the asylum discovers the terrifying secret and sends his wardens and even the inmates to seek and destroy the Monster in the darkness of the night.
      Meanwhile, the beast is with Sarah. As the creature extends its arm to Sarah, the inmates savagely attack the Monster, ripping its body apart. The film concludes with Simon and Sarah sitting and staring at the Baron, who mad stricken, plans new experiments. (Thanks to Robert Marrero’s Horrors of Hammer book for the plot summary












Disclaimer: Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell was copyrighted 1973 by Hammer Film Productions Ltd. and released by Paramount Pictures; renewed 1992 by Paramount Pictures. Used for non-commercial purposes; All rights reserved. No rights given or implied. Do NOT use without permission.


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