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All the Frankensteins are dead

Except for his monster
JSul3 · 70-79
Based upon the final scenes in Universal's 1948 film, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein:

1. Larry Talbot, in full Wolf Man form, grabs the vampire bat of Dracula, and falls over the balcony ledge, into the waters below. Based upon the earlier films, it would be easy to believe that both Talbot and Dracula survived the fall into the water. They both drowned? That never stopped them before and based on their requirement for death, it did not stop them here.

2. The Frankenstein monster was last seen battling flames on the pier, before the pier collapses, and he falls into the water. The monster has survived much worse in earlier episodes of the series, so it would be easy to believe that Dr. Frankenstein's creation still lives. It's ALIVE!

Universal will never be able to make a sequel to A&CmF...or even a sequel to House of Dracula, for the simple fact that the great stars, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr, Bela Lugosi, and Glen Strange, have all passed on to that great monster rally in the heavens. You can not match the greatness of these classic horror films, so it is futile to even ponder the idea.
I have no idea what this means but I’m gonna laugh anyways since everybody else is laughing 😂
caPnAhab · 26-30, M
@TurtleEclipseOfTheHeart If you haven't seen them, I as a big star wars fan, suggest you watch them to understand. Even the sequels ( which I don't like)

But if you don't care to, I can give you the run down

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