The Bride of Frankenstein

The monster demands a mate!

Categories: Drama, Horror, Science Fiction
After recovering from injuries sustained in the mob attack upon himself and his creation, Dr. Frankenstein falls under the control of his former mentor, Dr. Pretorius, who insists the now-chastened doctor resume his experiments in creating new life. Meanwhile, the Monster remains on the run from those who wish to destroy him without understanding that his intentions are generally good despite his lack of socialization and self-control.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1935-04-20
Run time: 75 minute / 1:15
Budget: $393,750
Revenue: $2,000,000
Director: James Whale
Writer: William Hurlbut
Production Company : Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Boris Karloff
as The Monster
Colin Clive
as Henry Frankenstein
Valerie Hobson
as Elizabeth Frankenstein
Ernest Thesiger
as Doctor Pretorius
Elsa Lanchester
as Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley / The Monster's Bride
Gavin Gordon
as Lord Byron
Douglas Walton
as Percy Bysshe Shelley
Una O'Connor
as Minnie
E. E. Clive
as B├╝rgomaster (uncredited)
Lucien Prival
as Butler (uncredited)
O.P. Heggie
as Hermit (uncredited)
Dwight Frye
as Karl
Reginald Barlow
as Hans
Mary Gordon
as Hans' wife
Anne Darling
as Shepherdess
Walter Brennan
as Peasant (uncredited)
John Carradine
as Hunter (uncredited)
Ted Billings
as Ludwig
Norman Ainsley
as Archbishop (uncredited)
Kansas DeForrest
as Ballerina (uncredited)
Josephine McKim
as Little Mermaid (uncredited)
Michael Mark
as Ludwig (archive footage) (uncredited)
Billy Barty
as Baby (uncredited)
Robert Adair
as Hunter in Woods (uncredited)
Frank Benson
as Villager (uncredited)
Maurice Black
as Gypsy (uncredited)
Mae Bruce
as Villager (uncredited)
A.S. Byron
as King Homunculus (uncredited)
D'Arcy Corrigan
as Procession Leader (uncredited)
Grace Cunard
as Villager (uncredited)
Jack Curtis
as Hunter (uncredited)
J. Gunnis Davis
as Uncle Glutz (uncredited)
Elspeth Dudgeon
as Gypsy's Mother (uncredited)
Helen Jerome Eddy
as Gypsy's Wife (uncredited)
Neil Fitzgerald
as Rudy (uncredited)
Brenda Fowler
as Mother (uncredited)
John George
as Villager (uncredited)
Helen Gibson
as Villager (uncredited)
Marilyn Harris
as Girl (uncredited)
Rollo Lloyd
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Torben Meyer
as Victim in flashback (uncredited)
Edwin Mordant
as Coroner (uncredited)
Edward Peil Sr.
as Villager (uncredited)
Tempe Pigott
as Auntie Glutz (uncredited)
Sarah Schwartz
as Marta (uncredited)
Mary Stewart
as Neighbor (uncredited)
Frank Terry
as Hunter at Hermit's Cottage (uncredited)
Anders Van Haden
as Villager (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon
as Maid (uncredited)
Lucio Villiegas
as Priest (uncredited)
Joan Woodbury
as Queen Homunculus (uncredited)
Peter Shaw
as Devil (uncredited)
John L. Balderston Adaptation

Carl Laemmle Jr. Producer

Charles D. Hall Art Direction

Maurice Pivar Supervising Film Editor

Franz Waxman Original Music Composer

James Whale Director

Ted J. Kent Editor

William Hurlbut Screenplay
William Hurlbut Adaptation

John J. Mescall Director of Photography

Costume & Make-Up
Vera West Costume Design
Otto Lederer Assistant Makeup Artist

Mary Shelley Novel
Robert Florey Story

Costume & Make-Up
Jack Pierce Makeup Artist

John P. Fulton Special Effects

C. Bakaleinikoff Orchestrator
William Hedgcock Sound Engineer
Gilbert Kurland Sound Supervisor

Peter Shaw Stand In

Fred Stoll Grip

Costume & Make-Up
Irma Kusely Hairstylist

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