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Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed

Baron Frankenstein fulfills his experiments on the border between life and death because of his crazy idea. He does not that it can lead to a tragedy which he never could has imagined.
Actors: George Belbin,
George Belbin
George Belbin
Veronica Carlson,
Veronica Carlson
Veronica Carlson 18 September 1944, Yorkshire, England, UK
Allan Surtees,
Allan Surtees
Allan Surtees 31 December 1924, Liverpool, England, UK
Peter Copley,
Peter Copley
Peter Copley 20 May 1915, Bushey, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Norman Shelley,
Norman Shelley
Norman Shelley 16 February 1903, Chelsea, London, England, UK
Maxine Audley,
Maxine Audley
Maxine Audley 29 April 1923, London, England, UK
Frank Middlemass,
Frank Middlemass
Frank Middlemass 28 May 1919, Eaglescliffe, Durham, England, UK
George Pravda,
George Pravda
George Pravda 19 June 1918, Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary [now Prague, Czech Republic]
Peter Cushing,
Peter Cushing
Peter Cushing 26 May 1913, Kenley, Surrey [now in Croydon, London], England, UK
Simon Ward,
Simon Ward
Simon Ward 19 October 1941, Beckenham, Kent, England, UK
Windsor Davies,
Windsor Davies
Windsor Davies 28 August 1930, Canning Town, London, England, UK
Genre: Sci-FiDramaHorror
Director: Terence Fisher
Terence Fisher
Terence Fisher 23 February 1904, London, England, UK
Country: United Kingdom
Release: 1969
IMDb: 6.8
Duration: 98 min
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews

November 01, 2010

Hammer's fifth of seven Frankenstein films might be the best one in the series.
Antagony & Ecstasy

November 03, 2010

For those of us who love Hammer horror, this is an unmarred example of all the reasons why.
Slant Magazine

April 28, 2004

One of the finest of the seven entries in Hammer's Frankenstein cycle.
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

May 23, 2004

Perhaps the most deadly dull in a series that had run out of steam.