Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1965)
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William "One Shot" Beaudine's companion piece to the equally nonsensical Billy the Kid vs. Dracula represents a memorable closing to the eccentric "Z"-movie auteur's amusing body of work. The hare-brained concept finds the legendary outlaw Jesse James (John Lupton) stumbling into the decrepit lair of Maria Frankenstein (Narda Onyx) -- not the daughter but the granddaughter of the infamous monster-making Baron. Maria is, of course, following in Grandpa's footsteps by creating a creature of her
Jul 1, 2003
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For those who pine for bad illogical camp films, this one is more than inviting.
Actually, Jesse meets Frankie's granddaughter in this minor camp endeavor.
a ludicrous horror-western hybrid featuring awful acting, silly dialogue, cheap stock footage, and wooden direction
Loopy bottom-of-the-barrel companion piece to Billy the Kid vs. Dracula.
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