In this one Peter Cushing plays the baron with his usual seriousness, avoiding tongue-in-the-cheek, and he is the main prop in the proceedings.
In this one Peter Cushing plays the baron with his usual seriousness, avoiding tongue-in-the-cheek, and he is the main prop in the proceedings.This time Cushing returns to the castle which is his scientific playground and is bent on reviving and co-ordinating the brain of one of his homemade monsters. Earlier this character had escaped, but is found, conveniently preserved in a glacier. The baron has sundry other problems on his plate, notably a drunken, blackmailing hypnotist, a deaf and dumb beggar girl, the local Burgomaster and the police, but keeps a fairly stiff upper lip throughout.
The Evil of Frankenstein
UK - US
Hammer/Universal. Director Freddie Francis; Producer Anthony Hinds; Screenplay John Elder [= Anthony Hinds]; Camera John Wilcox; Editor James Needs; Music Don Banks; Art Director Don Mingaye
(Color) Available on VHS, DVD. Extract of a review from 1964. Running time: 84 MIN.
Peter Cushing Peter Woodthorpe Duncan Lamont Sandor Eles Katy Wild David Hutcheson
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