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After being awakened, Larry Talbot chips Frankenstein's Monster out of a block of ice. When Talbot changes to the Wolf Man, the two creatures battle each other.
When Larry Talbot discovers a photo of Elsa Frankenstein, you can see the Monster's mouth moving, but without sound coming out. Most scenes that included the Monster's dialogue were cut completely from the film or dramatically shortened. Here, Bela Lugosi's voice track was simply erased.
Freddy Jolly - Graverobber:
'Lawrence Stewart Talbot, who died at the youthful age of thirty one. R.I.P.' That's it. Give me the chisel.
Graverobber: Suppose they didn't bury him with the money on him.
Freddy Jolly - Graverobber: Everybody in the village knows about it - his gold watch and ring and money in his ...
The innkeeper refers to the river being above the castle and the dam below it, then suggests that blowing up the dam will drown those in the castle. Later it is shown that the dam is above the castle. Another issue is that in the original, Dr. Frankenstein uses lightning attracted by kites in a storm, not water-driven turbines.
A scientist's hand is shown pouring a chemical into a flask, which bubbles over in vapor that coalesces into the film's title and cast names.
Original preview prints of the film included Lugosi speaking dialog as the Monster. Apparently, preview audiences found Lugosi's Hungarian accent hilarious coming from the Monster's mouth, so Lugosi's voice was deleted.
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