Frankenstein Conquers the World


Frankenstein Conquers the World (1966)




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The heart of Frankenstein is transported by Nazis to Japan just before the atomic bomb is dropped to end World War II. A hungry child eats the radioactive heart and is transformed into a hideous monster. The monster adjourns to Mount Fugi so no one will see it's horrible visage, battles Baragon, then sets out to destroy Tokyo. Dr. James Bowen Nick Adams is the American scientist who is conveniently on hand to help rebuild the city after the bomb and hopefully stop the giant Frankenstein monster from terrorizing the country.


Nick Adams
as Dr. James Bowen
Tadao Takashima
as Dr. Ken'ichiro Kawaji
Kumi Mizuno
as Dr. Sueko Togami
Yoshio Tsuchiya
as Captain Kawai
Takashi Shimura
as Hiroshima
Susumu Fujita
as Osaka Police Chief
Jun Tazaki
as Military Advisor
Kenji Sahara
as Soldier
Hisaya Ito
as Policeman
Akira Takarada
as Baragon witness
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All Critics (2)

Only the hypnotic oddness of what the film does to the Frankenstein mythos keeps it from dragging altogether.

Nov 28, 2013 | Rating: 4/10 | Full Review…

A strange mixture of japanese monster movie, with the idea of the Frankenstein monster

Apr 24, 2008 | Rating: 1/4

Audience Reviews for Frankenstein Conquers the World

That octopus! The way Frankenstein should have been told in the first place! Very entertaining and probably the most jaw dropping kaiju film I've ever seen. If you're a fan of giant moster films this is highly recommended. Oh yeah, and Baragon is in it too.

Christopher  Brown
Christopher Brown

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Slow but for a non-Godzilla film it's entertaining enough to hold my interest. The final fight though still has me scratching my head wondering what the hell that certain animal was doing in the mountains and why the hell the makers thought it was a good idea.

A.D. Villarreal
A.D. Villarreal

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