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The Bride of Frankenstein

Cast
Colin Clive, Mae Clarke, John Boles, Boris Karloff, Edward Van Sloan, Frederick Kerr, Valerie Hobson, Elsa Lanchester, Ernest Thesiger, Gavin Gordon, Douglas Walton, Una O'Connor, E.E. Clive
Released
1935
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Burial (0:04)

Lord Byron describes Henry Frankenstein's monster: "... so fearful, so horrible, that only a half crazed brain could have devised..." (0:04)

Maria's mother tells her fiance, referring to the monster that killed their daughter, "Oh, Hans, he must be dead, and dead or alive, nothing can bring our little Maria back to us." (0:08)

His wife Elizabeth tells Baron Frankenstein, "Listen Henry, while you've been lying here tossing in your delirium, I couldn't sleep, and when you raved of your insane desire to create living men from the dust of the dead, a strange apparition has seemed to appear in the room." (0:14)

Dr. Pretorius tells Frankenstein, referring to the miniature king and queen he created, "Now he's so madly in love with her that we had to segregate them."
”You think I'm mad.”
”Our mad dream is only half realized.” (0:22)

The Burgomaster tells a crowd, referring to the monster, "Just an escaped lunatic." (0:32)

The monster hides in a crypt in a graveyard. (0:44)

Maid Minnie tells Elizabeth, "Excuse me for being so nervous, milady, but I don't like leaving you alone." (0:54)

Reference in Connie and Carla