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Free eBook Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man  (Universal Filmscript Series, Vol. 5) (Universal Filmscripts Series Classic Horror Films, Vo) download ISBN: 1882127137
Author: Philip J. Riley
Publisher: Magicimage Filmbooks; 1st ed edition (November 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 160
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Subcategory: Movies
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Anyone who loves classic horror will love this book. Another in the great series of Universal Filmscripts. The pictures alone are worth the price of the book. The background also tells about Lugosi's dialogue being cut out and what some of it was. It also explains the ending and the escape of Massey, Knowles, and Ouspenskaya (which is not shown in the film).

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man is a 1943 American horror film produced by Universal Studios starring Lon Chaney, Jr. as the Wolf Man and Bela Lugosi as Frankenstein's monster. This was the first of a series of "ensemble" monster films combining characters from several film series. This film, therefore, is both the fifth in the series of films based upon Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, directly after The Ghost of Frankenstein, and a sequel to The Wolf Man.

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The classic Frankenstein series didn’t go downhill until after this, with the House of movies. That’s when it got kind of silly. But otherwise, the original, Bride, Son, Ghost, Meets Wolfman, all good movies. Too bad I can’t say the same about the Hammer series. The original remake was excellent. But the rest of that series, IMO, wasn’t all that great. Cushing is always fantastic, but the stories get pretty stupid.

First edition book of the original shooting script which includes hundreds of photos as well. Read through each line as it was intended for this famous film which starred Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney.
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Fonceiah
Just got my copy today, and wow, what a gem. The pictures, the behind-the-scenes stories and the script are all wonderful. Goes into details about each of the cast members and has tons of pictures, many of them i've never seen before! Included at the end is a "press book" originally given out at the theaters when the film was first released. Learn the fascinating facts behind the "lost" scenes in which the Frankenstein monster was supposed to SPEAK! Screenwriter Curt Siodmak was a true legend and his contribution to the Wolf Man and Universal's legacy is un-matched. Did you know Curt wrote the famous poem for the Wolf Man "...even a man who is pure at heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the Wolf Bane blooms, and the Autumn moon is bright". Anyone who loves classic horror will love this book. Filled with fascinating facts, photos and much more...a real treat!
Flocton
When these first came out, I bought 'em up like there was no tomorrow. As a screenwriting hopeful, I find it interesting to see what was on the page vs what ended up on the screen, and these not only contain the original shooting scripts but a wealth of background and behind-the-scene info that I found fascinating. Sadly, along the way I lost all my copies, and MagicImage Filmbooks has stopped selling these, so I'm hunting 'em down on sites like Amazon to rebuild my collection. If you're a fan of the Universal Horror films you'll love these. Now back to collecting...
Scream_I LOVE YOU
Another in the great series of Universal Filmscripts. The pictures alone are worth the price of the book. The background also tells about Lugosi's dialogue being cut out and what some of it was. It also explains the ending and the escape of Massey, Knowles, and Ouspenskaya (which is not shown in the film). It is a shame that production of these filmscripts didn't cover ALL of the Universal Horror Movies because of the detailed background of each.
Ishnjurus
I bought this book for my husband, He was very happy to get it but, extremely disappointed that pictures were cut out!!!!!!!!!
Umi
This is like the deluxe Super Bowl program for "Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman". Chock full of pictures, the script, and insights. I didn't have enough surplus cash on hand to snap up all of the books in this series when they were launched more than two decades ago. I actually received this plum entry from my brother as a special gift. And, as is typical for items in the genre, the series of soft-covered books was in limited supply on store shelves, and gone before one could say "Maria Ouspenskaya"! This is the only one I have, and a prized tribute to the Universal entry I consider arguably the most fun. Enjoy!
Kulwes
FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN is best remembered today not only because it is the first of its genre (the crossover, still utilized today with films such as Alien Vs. Predator and Freddy Vs. Jason), but also because of a peculiar and maddening bit of editing: As originally shot, the Frankenstein Monster (as played by Bela Lugosi) was to be portrayed here as a weak, blind creature speaking eloquent dialogue (in Ygor's voice), the result of a clever plot twist from the previous feature, THE GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN.

Within this book is the true reason why Lugosi's lines were deleted, as well as some interesting behind-the-scenes information, extremely rare stills (particularly of the deleted scenes), cast bios, the pressbook, and Curt Siodmak's original shooting script, which includes the Monster's long-sought dialogue in its entirety!

A source of lasting enjoyment for all Classic Universal Monster fans, especially those seeking a "completed" version of FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN. Highly recommended!
Maridor
My favorite horror film till I was 12, especially for the creepy opening in the graveyard. Great trivia subject too, since it had 3-count'em-3 actors playing the Monster (Lugosi, Eddie Parker, most noticeably when Chaney digs him out of the ice, and a 2nd stuntie when Parker climbed into the Wolfman rig for the final, and rather disappointing, battle). The irony is that when the combo was first put forth, the idea was that Chaney would play both, since he'd played both in the previous flicks (Wolfman and Ghost of Frank). Legend has it that Siodmak wrote a scene in which Larry T strolls along with the Monster giving him the whole Wolfman schtick--bite, full moon, pentagram, wolfbane, all of it--and when he's finished the Monster looks down at him and says, "You're kidding me, right?" And no one at the Big U noticed till they were well into pre-production.