Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

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After being reanimated, Baron Frankenstein transfers the soul of an executed young man into the body of his lover, prompting her to kill the men who wronged them.


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  • Susan Denberg in Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
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  • Susan Denberg in Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
  • Peter Cushing and Thorley Walters in Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
  • Susan Denberg in Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

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22 April 2011 | Vornoff-3
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| Offbeat but fun sequel
I like this one a lot better than the previous sequel, even though it also lacks Christopher Lee. Cushing seems more interested in the script, though, and the whole concept is more engaging. Basically, Frankenstein is now working with an aging and drunken doctor in yet another small German town, and he discovers a means to preserve a soul and place it into (of course) a dead body. This time, though, he decides to try taking the soul of his young assistant, executed for a crime he did not commit, and place it into the body of said assistant's hot young lover (Susan Denberg), after she kills herself. The new man-woman becomes dedicated to killing the men who raped her and set him up to be framed. Again, this is rather racy stuff for the material, and there's an unfortunate lack of monster makeup (except for part of the film, in which Denberg has a facial deformity), but I quite enjoy it.

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