Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Continuity mistake: During the creation scene, there is one shot in which it is obvious that the metallic tank supposedly containing the creature is empty.

Continuity mistake: When the creature rips out Elizabeth's heart, Elizabeth's head is originally turned to the side. When they cut back her head is facing forward.

Audio problem: When the man with the peg leg is trying to resist getting a shot of anti-smallpox serum from Professor Waldman, he yells, "You're not sticking that in me. You're not sticking that in me." But if you look closely, you can see that his lips are not moving. (00:32:45)

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Victor Frankenstein: It's alive. It's alive.

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Trivia: Cherie Lunghi (born 1952) is only eight years older than Kenneth Branagh (born 1960), despite them playing mother and son.

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