FRANKENSTEIN
IN
THE
CINEMA

Miguel Robles, Diego Duran , Adrián García y Marcos
Juan


Frankenstein's first film was made in 1910 and was an
American short film genre Science fiction and
horror based on the...


Others of his film was Curse of Frankenstein was
done in 1957 and it was the first color film that
discusses the story ...


In 1984 they made a cartoon movie that was a
black and white and small is the victor
frankenstein learn about the elect...


Finally, the film Mary shelley in 1994 and was
directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Robert
De Niro, is an adaptatio...
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Frankenstein in the cinema.

  1. 1. FRANKENSTEIN IN THE CINEMA Miguel Robles, Diego Duran , Adrián García y Marcos Juan
  2. 2.  Frankenstein's first film was made in 1910 and was an American short film genre Science fiction and horror based on the first novel in 1818. The film was shot in 3 days in Edinson building in New York, the character of victor frankenstein had no clear vision of shelley because it looked like a magician, not a scientist.
  3. 3.  Others of his film was Curse of Frankenstein was done in 1957 and it was the first color film that discusses the story of Victor Frankenstein and how to create a monster with parts of dead people.
  4. 4.  In 1984 they made a cartoon movie that was a black and white and small is the victor frankenstein learn about the electrical impulses of muscles that technique and revive your pet that was hit.
  5. 5.  Finally, the film Mary shelley in 1994 and was directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Robert De Niro, is an adaptation of the novel the modern Prometheus . It is a part of the classic horror stories. THE END

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