Join art and culture journalist Stacy Davies as she presents clips from Karloff’s extensive career and talks with his daughter, Sara Karloff, about the man behind the many masks. The Bride of Frankenstein will screen after the interview.
Classic Movie review- Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
I was excited to watch for the first time the original Bride of Frankenstein last night during my usual battle of insomnia. This movie was great, full of humor and depth as I enjoyed the deeper moral value of accepting someone regardless of physical or mental disability. When Frankenstein made friends with the man in the forest, it warmed my heart, and then broke it when he was discovered for forced to continue his search to fit in and live in peace. Then, just what every man needs(chuckle), the insane doctor makes him a mate! Elsa Lanchester is excellent and beautiful and loved her for this part! This is on my list of favorite Cult Classics!