Fellow fans of Svengoolie and vintage Universal monster features will be excited this Sat. as he will be presenting an iconic 1935 sequel.
“Svengoolie” presents: “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935)
1950s Realart re-release trailer for Universal’s “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935).
The legendary Chicago-based horror host will be presenting the landmark sequel to “Frankenstein” (1931), “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935). The fun starts this Sat., June 3 at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central on Me-TV.
This isn’t the first time that Sven has shown “Bride of Frankenstein” on Me-TV. He had previously shown the Universal horror gem back in June 2011, Sept. 2012, April 2014, June 2015 and Sept. 2016 (Me-TV came to the Frederick, Maryland/Washington, D.C. area in early 2013 as part of the classic/cult TV network’s coast-to-coast expansion).
“Bride of Frankenstein” was directed by James Whale, who also directed the original 1931 Universal cinematic adaptation of “Frankenstein” and “The Invisible Man” (1933).
Fellow fans of Svengoolie, Universal Studios’ horror films and the iconic TV series “The Munsters” will be in for a treat this Sat. on Me-TV.
“Svengoolie” Presents: “Munster, Go Home!” (1966)
Sven will be presenting the 1966 film “Munster, Go Home!” this Sat., April 29 at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central on Me-TV.
This isn’t the first time that the legendary Chicago-based horror host has shown “Munster, Go Home!” on Me-TV (from coast-to-coast). Sven had previously shown the cult feature-length Munsters film in July 2013, May 2014 and Nov. 2015.
According to IMDB, Universal released the film to theaters on June 15, 1966. “The Munsters” TV series concluded on May 12, 1966 after two seasons on CBS (the final episode was “A Visit from the Teacher,” according to IMDB’s episode listings).
“Munster, Go Home!” was directed by Earl Bellamy. Bellamy had directed seven episodes of “The Munsters” TV series.