All in all, this film from 1971 wasn't a bad takeoff on the traditional Frankenstein story. Surprisingly starring Joseph Cotton as Dr. Frankenstein, the film takes a departure from the usual events when the creature kills Frankenstein, leaving Frankenstein's daughter to take up the mantle and continue with her father's research. Lady Frankenstein takes things a bit farther though, deciding to transplant her older suitor's brain into the body of a the younger and more handsome, but mentally challenged house boy.
The special effects in this film are poor even by 1971 standards, the lab is little more than a collection of useless jacob's ladders and bubbling beakers, and the creature's makeup is laughably bad. However in spite of these flaws, the film does keep your attention and makes for a good "bad movie night" flick.