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Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie (1983)





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In this horror spoof, after not paying his yearly taxes, Dr. Frankenstein is in danger of being kicked off of the family estate.
Comedy , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Tillie Productions


Donald Pleasence
as Victor Frankenstein/Old Baron Frankenstein
Yvonne Furneaux
as Matilda 'Tillie' Frankenstein
Aldo Ray
as Bürgermeister
Rod Colbin
as Grocer Schnitt
Chandler Garrison
as Police Superintendent Schwerbaum
Phil Leeds
as Banker Schlockmocker
Garnett Smith
as Lawyer Schnabel
Edgar Vivar
as Feldwebel Erstarren
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Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie Starring: Donald Pleasence and Yvonne Furneaux Director: Myron J. Gold When Baron Frankenstein's penniless relatives (Pleasence and Furneaux) return to their ancestral castle in hopes of scaring up some hidden treasure (and perhaps even the Big Man's Monster, they run afoul the Village of Mugglefugger's plans to turn the old castle into a tax-revenue generating factory. "Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie" is one of those comedies that probably looked far better on the page than it turned out. I can see the funny bits buried under routines and gags that have been stretched too far, padded too thickly, or crushed beneath the performances of the film's mostlly talentless cast. Pleasence and Furneaux (who have each done lots of horror and comedy films) are the only two bright spots in this dismal mess, and Tillie's (Furneaux) attempts to bring women's sufferage and auto-racing to the backwards Mugglefugger village is also the only one among the two or three subplots in the film that manages to deliver a few mild chuckles. (Although even it is spoiled by dumb a seltzer-water fight between "wayward girls" and the upstanding people of the village.) If trimmed to a running time of 65 minutes ("Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie" clocks in a bloated 100 minutes) this might be a so-so comedy. As it stands, there's too much crap between funny moments to make this movie worth seeing for anyone.

Steve Miller
Steve Miller

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