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The Horror of Frankenstein
Directed by Jimmy Sangster
Produced by Jimmy Sangster
Written by Jimmy Sangster
Jeremy Burnham (screenplay)
Mary Shelley (characters)
Starring Ralph Bates
Kate O'Mara
Veronica Carlson
David Prowse
Music by Malcolm Williamson
Cinematography Moray Grant
Editing by Chris Barnes
Distributed by Hammer Studios
Release date(s) November 8, 1970
Running time 95 min.
Country UK
Language English
Preceded by Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed
Followed by Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell

The Horror of Frankenstein is a 1970 British horror film by Hammer Film Productions that is both a semi-parody and remake of the 1957 film The Curse of Frankenstein. It was produced and directed by Jimmy Sangster, starring Ralph Bates, Kate O'Mara, Veronica Carlson and David Prowse as the monster. The original music score was composed by Malcolm Williamson.

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Baron Victor von Frankenstein, a cold, arrogant and womanizing genius, is angry when his father forbids him to continue his anatomy experiments. He then sabotages his father's shotgun, killing him as a consequence. Inheriting the family fortune, he uses the money to enter medical school in Vienna, but is forced to return home when he impregnates the daughter of the Dean. There, he sets up his laboratory, starting a series of experiments involving the revival of the dead, eventually building a composite body from human parts, which he then brings to life.

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