The 1964 Universal-Hammer “Frankenstein” monster entry was directed by veteran cinematographer-turned-director Freddie Francis. Francis later worked on the latter Warner Bros.-Hammer “Dracula” screen entry with Hammer horror film legend Christopher Lee, “Dracula Has Risen from the Grave” (1968, released in the United States in 1969).
This will mark Sven’s fourth coast-to-coast big broadcast of Francis’ 1964 Universal-Hammer “Frankenstein” monster entry on Me-TV. He previously showcased “The Evil of Frankenstein” back in Nov. 2013, June 2014 and March 2015.
Who was in “The Evil of Frankenstein” (1964)?
The players who were in Francis’ 1964 Universal-Hammer “Frankenstein” feature were Peter Cushing (as Baron Frankenstein), Ernest “Kiwi” Kingston (as Frankenstein’s monster), Peter Woodthorpe (as Zoltan), Katy Wild (as the beggar girl), Sandor Elès (as Hans), Duncan Lamont (as the chief of police), Anthony Blackshaw and David Conville (as policemen), David Hutcheson (as the Burgomaster), Caron Gardner (as the wife of the Burgomaster), James Maxwell (as the priest) and Howard Goorney (as the drunk).