Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein – 1948

Horror- Comedy starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr. and Glenn Strange as Frankenstein’s Monster. A must see for any movie fan!


7 thoughts on “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein – 1948”

  1. A Bot with a row and a cosPlay tell a vision of meeting with a Stein fRANkenSCENCE’d with dirty looks and no voice for converSATions work out times when jokers and monSTIRs get to gather for puns and hiJINX that scatter about tongue and cheek scenarios that would other wise guys couldn’t dream up or write out onto black boxes witch channel castings of make-up, fall-outs, and who’s on first or I don’t know witch way the scene went within a carnal veil opporTUNEisSTICK endeavors that areRENT supposed to make sense, but rather non-senses that get a chance to be plausABLE when two worlds collide within one director’s cut that scrapes the CuLT out of horror pickSURE shows running a way from their truths amd ending up in more trouble than barGAINed for to be a calmody afterlife in an earlier generation gap of black and white prints reeled together that provide a film that jolt the senses inTwo taking a ride on sure bet to keep the audiences and the box offices filled to catch a wider array of seats filled than simpleTONs can pull off bye themSELLves…without the HELp of monSTIRS…

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  2. My favorite goof in this film is when Talbot turns into the wolfman wearing a white undershirt but when he running around as a Werewolf he is wearing a dark dress shirt. Like the Wolfman couldn’t leave without stylin’ 🤣

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