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I don't know who approved the premise of this movie but they should have had their head examined. This sounds like an idea pitched in a board room full of ideas but immediately discarded. Frankenstein's Daughter plays very much like a William Castle movie, which might have been the approach. A lot of things don't make sense and are never resolved, like the fact that Trudy is constantly drugged into being a monster for no apparent reason because the mad doctor is already working on his own monster and not particularly concerned with the one he drugs every night. I don't know. There were a couple of genuinely creepy moments during the transformations, and probably would have scared me as a kid, but this was more or less a waste of time. There's some mystery and suspense, but the motives and logic are just a mess. Even in a dumb horror movie that stuff needs to work if I'm supposed to be taking it seriously, and the movie wants me to do that, and I can't. Another skippable movie with a horrible premise and execution.
Frankenstein's grandson isn't too popular with the ladies, he keeps turning them into monsters... This movie is too stupid to watch.
.A great Pre 1960 Horror Film made for the big screen (Drive-In), Grandson Oliver Frankenstein played by Donald Murphy. Picks up where Dad and Granddad left off, but is successful in creating a female Frankenstein which is played by a male Harry Wilson. who had 265 film credits to his name. In this movie we have 2 beautiful girls , the professors daughter played by Sandra Knight, and her trashy friend Suzie Lawler played by Sally Todd. Back in the day when teenagers were roled by adults. All in all a great Old School horror flick, 4 stars.
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