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Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein

By jimdennison
Written October 25, 2012
Very cool thing to see. The film was clear and seeing it on the big screen allowed us to see more backround detalis. It was a great event and we hope to see more
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TCM presents Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein on Oct 24th

By fat73albert
Written October 25, 2012
This was a fantastic idea and I thoroughly enjoyed the presentation......what could be better than seeing these two classics a week before Halloween. Would love to see more presentations like this.
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FRANKENSTEIN TWO-FER

By LARRYHXL11
Written October 25, 2012
EXPERIENCING THE FILM IN FULL LARGE SCREEN REALITY CERTAINLY THROWS HOME VIEWING UNDER THE BUS, ESPECIALLY WHEN VIRTUALLY PRISTINE RESTORED PRINTS ARE ON VIEW. DETAILS PREVIOUSLY UNSEEN ON THE SMALL SCREEN AMPLIFIED THE PLEASURE; TEXTURES OF THE SCENERY, THE SKULL USED AS A PENCIL HOLDER IN THE WATCHTOWER AND THE RARE GOOF-UP (THE MONSTER'S UNREVERSED IMAGE IN THE WATER - SCAR ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE HEAD SHOULD HAVE REFLECTED ON THE RIGHT SIDE) ARE ADDED VALUE. SOME SPLICE CUTS IN BOTH FILMS WERE CAREFULLY, BUT NOT COMPLETELY, WHICH WOULD EVADE ALL BUT THE SHARP-EYED. ONE OF THE FUN THINGS VIEWING BOTH FILMS IN TANDEM. THE ROLE REVERSAL BETWEEN THE MONSTER AND FRANKENSTEIN IN THE "SIT" SITUATION A REVELATION. ALSO , AND I HAD TO CHECK TO BELIEVE MY EYES, IS THAT IN "BRIDE" THE MONSTER WAS TALKING SOLEY TO ELIZABETH WHEN HE SAID 'GO.' THOUGH HENRY AND SHE EXITED THE TOWER THE LAST INTERIOR SHOT SHOWS HENRY AGAINST THE LEFT WALL. A WHALE OF A PRESENTATION
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A Step Back Into The Past...

By CoyoteCwby
Written July 26, 2014
I have always been a fan of Universal's Classic Movie Monsters since I was a kid and seeing Frankenstein / Bride Of Frankenstein on the big screen was quite a pre-Halloween treat for me that I never thought I would ever get to experience. Seeing these two classics in a theatre on the big screen was like stepping back in time for three hours and experiencing what people in 1931 / 1935 experienced when they saw these two giants for the first time from Universal. The only thing better would have been being able to see Dracula and The Wolf Man with these two monster classics. The only complaint I found was not with the films but with the projectionist. It took him nearly half an hour beyond the scheduled starting time before he began the first feature and then once "Dish Network" popped up on the screen it was clear he did not know how to get the presentation going. Once he figured it out it was "history in the making" as they say in the classic hayday of Hollywood. Thanks TCM!
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aarrgghh!!!

By JAYB2410
Written July 28, 2014
as always, it was enjoyable seeing the monster on the big screen. hopefully, they will show the mummy, the invisible man and the son of frankenstein on the big screen.
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