The Curse of Frankenstein

Directed by: Terence Fisher, Great Britain, 1957

Great Britain, 1957

Cast and Credits

Director Terence Fisher
Scenario Jimmy Sangster
Story Mary Shelley
Cast Peter Cushing [Baron Frankenstein]
Hazel Court [Elizabeth]
Robert Urquhart [Paul Krempe]
Christopher Lee [The Creature]
Melvyn Hayes [Young Victor]
Valerie Gaunt [Justine]
Valerie Gaunt [Prof. Bernstein]
Valerie Gaunt [Fritz (uncredited)]
Valerie Gaunt [Wife]
Andrew Burleigh [Burgomaster]
Henry Caine [Schoolmaster (uncredited)]
Henry Caine [Uncle (uncredited)]
Henry Caine [Priest]
Henry Caine [Aunt]
Marjorie Hume [Mother (uncredited)]
Marjorie Hume [Undertaker (uncredited)]
Marjorie Hume [Grandpa]
Claude Kingston [Little Boy]
Claude Kingston [2nd Priest (uncredited)]
Claude Kingston [Warder]
Bartlett Mullins [Tramp (uncredited)]
Bartlett Mullins [Uncle]
Bartlett Mullins [Father Felix (uncredited)]
Bartlett Mullins [Young Elizabeth]
Bartlett Mullins [Lecturer]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Color,Length: 83 minutes
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: May 2, 1957 in England

General Information

The Curse of Frankenstein is a motion picture produced in the year 1957 as a Great Britain production. The Film was directed by Terence Fisher, with Peter Cushing, Hazel Court, Robert Urquhart, Christopher Lee, Melvyn Hayes, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Curse of Frankenstein available.

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