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1994 Mary Shelly's Frankenstein

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Q: Are there any film adaptations of Frankenstein that resemble the 1818 text?
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When did Mary Shelley when she maid the film Frankenstein?

Mary Shelly never saw a film, nor made one. Her novel "Frankenstein" was published 1818, and she died in 1851. The first primitive "motion picture" was made in 1879.


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There have been several adaptations of Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein" in film, dating back to the early 20th century. Some notable film versions include the 1931 film "Frankenstein" starring Boris Karloff, the 1994 film "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" directed by Kenneth Branagh, and more recent adaptations like "Victor Frankenstein" in 2015.


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The Frankenstein movie made in Japan was released in 1966 and was titled Frankenstein Conquers the World.


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Who wrote the film Frankenstein?

Mary Shelly wrote the book, and the film was adapted from that.


Script on the film Frankenstein?

You can find many different Frankenstein Scripts here: http://www.hollywoodscriptshop.com/movie_scripts_F.html


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The myth of Frankenstein was instantly taken up and retold. As soon as Mary Shelley's novel was published in 1818, there were stage versions, both tragedies and farces. Thomas Edison's silent film company created a version of Frankenstein in 1910. Boris Karloff starred as the monster in three Universal films, and then others -- Lon Chaney and Glenn Strange -- took his place. Many films spin off the Frankenstein myth: Edward Scissorhands, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Frankenweenie, Frankenstein Unbound.


Who played the role of Elizabeth in the movie Frankenstein?

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