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Young Frankenstein, on the other hand, took a different route to eternal life. The charming story of Victor and his creation found itself reanimated on the stage, mostly due to the previous success of Mel Brooks’ The Producers on Broadway. With rumors that the horror musical might be transformed into a new film, this is one monster that’s got far more longevity than the doctor ordered.
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Promotional photograph of Glenn Strange, as the Creature, and Bud Abbott, as Chick Young, from the 1948 film Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, directed by Charles Barton and produced by Universal Pictures. NYPL, Billy Rose Theatre Division
Frankenstein is a classic gothic novel written by British author Mary Shelley, who conceived the story while she was visiting the poet Lord Byron on a cold, dreary vacation in Lake Geneva. Her story, which was later retold in a classic 1931 film, followed the tragically fated experiment of Dr. Frankenstein, who attempted to build his own artificial human. The Doctor’s creation was misunderstood as a violent, destructive monster, and since then, audiences have become familiar with a lurching green menace embodied by classic horror star Boris Karloff. Frankenstein became best remembered as the monster rather than his creator. He has lived on in popular culture through scores of sequels, television shows, and video games, such as The Bride of Frankenstein, Son of Frankenstein, Frankenstein meets the Wolf Man, as well as the 1970s parody Young Frankenstein.