Francis Edwards Faragoh


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Frankenstein (1931) - Will You Play With Me? The monster (Boris Karloff) on his walkabout, Ludwig (Michael Mark) leaves little Maria (Marilyn Harris) alone, the scene deleted from the original release, from James Whale's Frankenstein, 1931.
Frankenstein (1931) - It's Alive! Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) in his triumphant scene, Waldman (Edward Van Sloan), Victor (John Boles) and Elizabeth (Mae Clarke) his audience, brings his creation to life, in James Whale's Frankenstein, 1931.
Frankenstein (1931) - Take Care, Herr Frankenstein! The first appearance of Boris Karloff as "The Monster," wandering into the lab, coached by his creator Henry (Colin Clive), all going well until assistant Fritz arrives with a torch, in James Whale's Frankenstein, 1931.
Frankenstein (1931) - Mr. Carl Laemmle Feels The famous opening, Edward Van Sloan (who will play "Dr. Waldman") speaks presumably of Mr. Laemmle senior, introducing Universal's landmark Frankenstein, 1931, starring Boris Karloff.
Frankenstein (1931) - He's Just Resting The first scene, Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive), already pretty cracked, and aide Fritz (Dwight Frye), with designs on a body being buried somewhere in central Europe, in James Whale's Frankenstein, 1931.
Prestige (1932) - Good Old Nurse Now stationed in Indochina, French colonial officer Andre (Melvyn Douglas) has found the bottle and an African American aide "Nham" (Clarence Muse), in director Tay Garnett's Prestige, 1932.
Prestige (1932) - Another Paris Rumor Therese (Ann Harding) has just watched fiance` Andre (Melvyn Douglas) complete an execution, then chats with his rival (Alolphe Menjou), her father (Ian MacLaren) and a major (Guy Bates Post), all in one shot by director Tay Garnett, early in Prestige, 1932.
Frankenstein (1931) - The Abnormal Brain The original and often spoofed, professor Waldman (Edward Van Sloan) lecturing on brains, and the mad doctor's jumpy assistant Fritz (Dwight Frye) making his fateful mistake, in Universal's Frankenstein, 1931.

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