Online shopping from a great selection at Movies & TV Store. reviewed by Allison Leonard “Alone – bad. Friend – good!” —Boris Karloff, as Frankenstein’s monster. James Whale’s classic, Bride of Frankenstein.Frankenstein's Monster meets the Blind Man - Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Horsely created the homunculi over the course of two days by shooting the actors in full-size jars against black velvet and aligning them with the perspective of the on-set jars. Eventually, though, the auteur agreed to direct The Bride of Frankenstein on the condition that he be given a greater degree of creative control this time around. Lanchester had returned alone to London when Whale contacted her to offer her the dual role.
The Bride of Frankenstein
|Novorossiysk Personality Russian Bride||Although the creature had been a mute in the first movie, Whale decided that the reanimated corpse ought to pick up some basic language skills during the sequel.|
|Monster Bride Whale||Strickfaden recycled a number of the fancifully named machines he had created for the original Frankenstein for use in Bride, including the "Cosmic Ray Diffuser",  and the "Nebularium". In the novel Frankenstein creates a mate, but destroys it without bringing it to life.|
|Service Aka Russian Bride||Here, the young couple would regularly encounter some ill-tempered swans.|
|Destination 63 Wtoo Bride||Strickfaden recycled a number of the fancifully named machines he had created for the original Frankenstein for use in Bride, including the "Cosmic Ray Diffuser",  and the "Nebularium".|
Here, the young couple would regularly encounter some ill-tempered swans. During the prologue, she portrays a young Mary Shelley. For his part, Whale believed that he was done with the franchise. The foreground film plate was rotoscoped and matted onto the rear plate. Mescall on set of Bride of Frankenstein Bride of Frankenstein was subjected to censorship , both during production by the Hays office and following its release by local and national censorship boards.