Frankenstein???

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Paul_Saul, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. Paul_Saul

    Paul_Saul Stunt Coordinator

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    Is Frankenstein going to be rereleased on DVD any time
    soon?
     
  2. Patrick Soucy

    Patrick Soucy Second Unit

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    Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994) is already on DVD.

    If you talk about Frankenstein (1931) and Bride of Frankenstein (1935), they're also on DVD (Excellent DVD by the way) but they're OOP. They will be re-released this year (Rumor?) without the original bonus features [​IMG]
     
  3. Peter Kline

    Peter Kline Cinematographer

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    We do have "Young Frankenstein" available on DVD! [​IMG]
     
  4. Ric Easton

    Ric Easton Cinematographer

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    Isn't that Fronkunsteen?

    Ric
     
  5. John Watson

    John Watson Screenwriter

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    I thought they killed the monster [​IMG]
     
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  7. Dave-Q-H

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    I got 'The Curse of Frankenstein' in a great boxed set with 'Horror of Dracula' and 'The Mummy'.

    The set is called Hammer Horror Originals - it's nicely packaged and comes with 3 "exclusive art cards"

    It was a total blind purchase for me, and turned out to be a great introduction into the world of Hammer! [​IMG]
     
  8. Jim Peavy

    Jim Peavy Supporting Actor

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    Paul, you're best bet is prolly' gonna' be eBay at this point. The Universal Frankenstein DVD was in the "first wave" they put out. This first wave was in print longer than any of the other 2 waves they put out, so there are more copies of these four (Frankenstein, The Mummy, Dracula and The Wolfman) than the others.

    You might get lucky and find it in a retail store (my local Borders had 2 copies up until fairly recently), but it's been OOP for a while and it'd be luck for you to find one.

    Well worth tracking down, though! Beautiful restoration and cool extras.
     

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