Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein
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Joan Raymond: What are you doing tonight?
Chick Young: He's going to a masquerade ball but I'm not doing anything.
Joan Raymond: In that case you'll be awfully lonesome.

Chick Young: Professor, do you understand women?
Prof. Stevens: I don't even try. I'm gonna get me a drink.

Dr. Sandra Mornay: That girl, who is he?
Wilbur Grey: Um, hmm... hmm... uh... sh... she's chick's date. She's going to the masquerade with us.
Dr. Sandra Mornay: But I told you to come alone. I'll have to get rid of her.
Wilbur Grey: I'll have to get rid of somebody.

Chick Young: I know there's no such person as Dracula. You know there's no such person as Dracula.
Wilbur Grey: But does Dracula know it?

McDougal: My name's McDougal, now where are my shipments?
Wilbur Grey: McDougal? I just got off the phone with you in London, how'd you get here so fast, did you shoot out of a cannon?

Dr. Lejos/Dracula: Nervous, my dear?
Dr. Sandra Mornay: This is risky business.

Continuity mistake: If you look carefully at the monster (Frankenstein) you will see that his face is different in the ending scenes. The reason is, during the movie you see the monster take the woman doctor and throw her out the laboratory window. You then see the monster kind of stumble, which he really did and broke his ankle. So in the final scenes they replaced Lon Chaney Jr. as wolfman with a stuntman, and Lon Chaney Jr. finished the movie as the monster.

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Trivia: The voice of the Invisible Man was provided by actor Vincent Price.

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Question: As the monster is breaking free from the crate, Wilbur snaps out of the hypnosis that Dracula placed on him. When Wilbur sees Dracula and the monster ready to leave, he immediately pretends to still be hypnotized and unable to move. Since he only pretended to still be hypnotized so as to not alert Dracula and the monster, as soon as Chick, McDougal and the insurance agent showed up why didn't he immediately run to them screaming for help? Why was he acting like he was still hypnotized?

Answer: He's a rather simple-minded guy. He was scared and had become so overly-immersed in pretending to be hypnotized that it took time for him to act normally. Also, it's a movie. They're going for comic effect.

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