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Since the other articles are so wordy today, I'll keep it short and get you on to the pictures. As promised back in August, here are some more shots from Frankenstein including my two favorites from this movie. I love the first photo of Boris Karloff (in full make-up / costume) being lead to the set by Jack Pierce with a burlap sack over his head to prevent photographic leaks to the press. Of course this may have just been a stunt to bring attention to the movie, a fun and common practice in those days. Then there's a nice wide view of director James Whale in the laboratory set. Sometimes I can't believe the awesomeness of behind-the-scenes photos from so many years ago. Then at the bottom is Colin Clive keeping his Monster company as it has a spot of tea.
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