Frankenstein

Frankenstein (1931)

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The townspeople go after The Creature (Boris Karloff) because of Maria's death. Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) confronts the Creature and is knocked out and taken to a windmill. The Creature tosses Henry and he survives. The townspeople burn the mill and it collapses on top of the Creature. Baron Frankenstein (Henry's father) watches over his son while he's recovering and gives a toast to his future grandson.

Alex

Continuity mistake: When Fritz is trying to steal a brain, he gets scared by a skeleton, which he grabs down, causing it to bounce up and down (since it is hanging from a hook up on the ceiling). But in the next shot, the skeleton is hardly moving. Yet when Fritz realizes he has dropped the brain, the skeleton is bouncing up and down again. (00:08:40)

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Question: Why is Fritz the hunchback so openly hostile to the Monster?

Answer: Likely many reasons. It's a monster that is terrifying and dangerous. Bringing a stitched-together dead body back to life is probably an abomination to him, and he loathes and fears it.

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