House of Frankenstein

Synopsis: After escaping from an asylum the mad Dr. Niemann and his hunch back assistant revive Count Dracula, the Wolf Man and the Frankenstein monster in order to extract revenge upon their many enemies.
Director(s): Erle C. Kenton
Production: Realart Pictures Inc.
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
71 min

Now. Will you

give me my chalk?

Try that again and I'll put you on

solitary confinement.

You would-be


Don't profane his name

with your dirty lips.

He was a genius in whose footsteps

I will follow when I get out of here.

When you get out.

If I have anything to say about it.

You'll never get out.

But I will.

Now. Friend Daniel.

Shall we go on with our work?

Now. This brain...

is taken from the man and transplanted

into the skull of the dog.

But given the mind

of a human being.

Now. Frankenstein would have

severed the spinal cord...

here. But I'm not certain

that he was right.

Could Frankenstein have

made me like other men?

He gave life to a body that he made

from parts of other bodies that had died.

Yes, Daniel, he could have

made you like other men.

Dr. Niemann. Did you know


No. But my brother, who assisted him,

learned his secrets.

And before he died,

he passed them on to me.

Then... you could

give me a new body.

If I had Frankenstein's

records to guide me.

I could give you

a perfect body.

Hyah! Hyah!

Try it again. Herman!

Now, all together!

We could help you.

My arms are strong.

Well. Thank you. Take the front wheel.

We'll take this.

Try it again!

We have help!


Hyah! Hyah!

May I offer you the warmth of

my living wagon? Thank you.

So you're a merchant that's been held for

ransom by mountain bandits.

For the better part of three months.

And that's your servant?

- Do you doubt me?

- It's a doubting world. Kind sir.

As I. Professor Bruno Lampini.

Have reason to know.

I have a collection of the

world's most astounding horrors.

When I exhibit them,

what do I get?

Doubts, jeers,

cries of'Fake! Fake!"

You expect your patrons to believe

that the skeleton you show them...

is really that

of Count Dracula?

I. Lampini. Took it...

pardon me... borrowed it

from the cellar of Dracula's castle...

in the Carpathian Mountains.

With my own two hands

I spread upon the floor of its coffin...

a layer of soil

taken from its birthplace.

So that by proxy.

Shall we say.

The skeleton of his

earthbound spirit might...

might lie at peace

within his grave.

Until the withdrawal of the wooden stake

from its heart...

set Dracula free again...

to satisfy his unholy

appetite for blood.

At night. The giant bat

would seek its victims.

But before sunrise.

Return to the safety of his coffin.

Aye, a single ray of sunlight falling upon

a vampire would make him helpless.

Do you ever exhibit

your show in Visaria?

Visaria...No. That's a town

that doesn't care for horrors.

They had one of their own

some 15 years ago...

when a Dr. Niemann tried

to give a dog the mind of a human being.

They threw him

in prison...

because he.

Like Frankenstein.

Used bodies of the newly-dead

to carry on his work.

- Is old Hussman still alive?

- He's now the mayor of Reigelberg.

Are you going there. By any chance?

Later on in the season.

It's a small place. Too far away to make

a trip profitable.


That is where you are going.

I am not going

to Reigelberg.

Then Daniel and I

will go alone.

No. No!

Now the driver.

Well. You seem worried.

Friend Daniel.

If they search the ruins of the prison.

Our bodies will not be found.

We should hide. And so we shall.

But in the open.

All the protection

of a traveling show.

I. As Lampini.

You as my assistant.

Free to move on

toward those...

for whom I have

unloving memories.

The... The ones

who sent you to prison?

Strauss. Ullman...

and old Hussman.

The burgomaster.

Yes. Friend Daniel.

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Edward T. Lowe Jr.

Edward T. Lowe Jr., also known as E.T. Lowe Jr., E.C. Lowe, Edmund T. Lowe, Edward T. Lowe and Edward Lowe (29 June 1880 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States – 17 April 1973 in Los Angeles, California, United States) was an American film writer, producer and editor. He wrote once 120 films between years 1913-1947, produced 18 films and directed one: The Losing Game (1915). In 1913, Lowe worked as the revising editor of screenplays at Essanay Studios.He had two children, Elizabeth Alden Lowe and Edythe Helen Lowe. more…

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