Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein

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one of the funniest movies ever made

on 1/2/2013

I have just recieved Abbott and Costello meets Frankenstein and it is better watching it on DVD than on video, this is because of better sound and picture quality and to see a couple of very rare outtakes and the cometary was very interesting and informative about the actors and actress of it and of course the director. the interviews with daughter of Lou was also very interesting as well as the other people in the documentary. Read More

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Little family gratitude

on 3/28/2013

this is a movie you simply cannot pass up. I highly recommend this movie because not only is it excellent, Abbott & Costello are always winners. As usual, Abbott is sarcastic & Costello is lovable & charming. This film also has some great trivia, whole family can enjoy. Read More

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Product Overview

Railroad baggage clerks abbott and costello receive a strange shipment, the last remains of dracula and frankenstein's monster. But, the deadly duo are not quite dead. After the monsters disappear to a secret hideaway island, abbott and costello follow their trail, encountering comical adventures.

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Studio Universal
SKU 40139325
UPC 025192057229
UPC 14 00025192057229
Format DVD
Rating NR
Keywords
Buddies
Classic
Frankenstein
Monsters
Slapstick
Theatrical Release
Editors Note
Note Bud Abbott and Lou Costello's "grand unifying monster" film and the first in their "Meet..." series, with the two bungling buddies as baggage handlers saddled with the ghoulish remains of Dracula (Bela Lugosi) and Frankenstein's monster (Glenn Strange). But once they arrive at their cargo's destination, a wax museum, the monsters revolt, with plans to purloin and transplant Lou's brain. The Monster is growing weak and his master Dracula has devised the perfect plan to restore his virility. The fat man takes the bait, which is in the shape of a woman. Director Charles Barton easily guides this ambitious effort which is chaotically comic throughout, despite an off-camera foot injury that confined Glenn Strange to a cast and prompted Bela Lugosi to fill in for him in one scene. This was last screen appearance of Universal's Frankenstein Monster, which had been introduced by Boris Karloff. The result is an unforgettable and unique combination of humor and horror.
Memorable Quotes
Quote "What we need is young blood... and brains..." -- DRACULA (Bela Lugosi) to WILBUR (Lou Costello)
Quote "You don't understand. Every night when the moon is full, I turn into a wolf."| "You and fifty million other guys!" -- -- exchange between WOLFMAN (Lon Chaney Jr.) and WILBUR (Lou Costello)
Reviews
Total Film "...The first and best of the duo's comedy chillers keeps to the spirit of the Universal horror series of the '30s and '40s while delivering its fair share of still-amusing one-liners..." 09/01/2000 p.114
Directors
Charles Barton
Actors
Bud Abbott
Lou Costello
Cast & Crew
Glenn Strange - Star
Bela Lugosi - Star
Bud Abbott - Star
Lenore Aubert - Star
Frank Ferguson - Star
Howard Negley - Star
Lon Chaney Jr. - Star
Helen Spring - Star
Clarence Straight - Star
Lou Costello - Star
Charles Bradstreet - Star
Jane Randolph - Star
Robert Lees - Screenwriter
Frank Gross - Editor
Frederic I. Rinaldo - Screenwriter
Charles Van Enger - Director of Photography
Vincent Price - Voice
David Horsley - Special Effects
Mary Shelley - Story
Frank Skinner - Composer
Robert Arthur - Producer
John Grant - Screenwriter
Charles Barton - Director
Technical Info
Original Release Date 1948
Catalog ID 20572
UPC 00025192057229
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 83 minutes
Color B&W
Original Language English
Available Subtitles French
Available Audio Tracks English [CC], English
Aspect Ratio
1.33:1
Features
DVD
Product Attributes
Actor Abbott,Bud
Label Mca Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD

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