I don't have to kill him to death. Krogh no want dead man, Ygor is dead! "[14] Lon Chaney, Jr. was chosen for the role of the Monster. Son of Frankenstein is a 1939 American horror film directed by Rowland V. Lee. Company Credits Official Sites Enter This Link To View The Full List of Clues From 4 October 2020 For Newsday.com. The film ends with the village turning out to cheer the Frankenstein family as they leave by train. Then they cut me down. [12] Production on the film was completed only on January 5, 1939.

: Wolf swings on a rope and knocks the Monster into a molten sulphur pit under the laboratory, saving his son. [15] In 1952, the company re-released Son of Frankenstein theatrically. Wolf wants to redeem his father's reputation, but finds that such a feat will be harder than he thought after he encounters hostility from the villagers. The picture is a sequel to Bride of Frankenstein. And Heinrich Frankenstein was your father too. Have you seen Benson? [10] After Wolf fails at making a friend for the Monster through dead bodies he procures, the Monster steals Erwin to take him to the lab to perform brain surgery on him. His attempt to imitate God caused many deaths and injuries. [16] This included Son of Frankenstein. This article is a stub and is in need of expansion. He was determined to clear his father's name and rectify the mistake made many years before when Henry's assistant Fritz mistakenly stole a criminal brain, which Henry placed inside the Monster.

Dans Le Fils de Frankenstein (1939), apparait un personnage nommé Ygor (et non Igor) interprété par Bela Lugosi.

We'll see. When the Monster (Boris Karloff) is revived, it only responds to Ygor's commands and commits a series of murders; the victims were all jurors at Ygor's trial. Possible Answers From Our DataBase: Wolf discovers this and confronts Ygor. No! After the phenomenal success of Son of Frankenstein, Karloff decided not to return to the role of the monster, feeling that the monster was becoming the brunt of jokes. Eight men say Ygor hang. As director James Whale was similarly in a slump and did not wish to make any more horror films, Universal selected Rowland V. Lee to direct Son. Cannot die.

: Wolf discovers this and confronts Ygor. When the abduction is discovered, Krogh and Wolf pursue the Monster to the nearby laboratory, where a struggle ensues, during which the Monster tears out Krogh's false arm. Si vous disposez d'ouvrages ou d'articles de référence ou si vous connaissez des sites web de qualité traitant du thème abordé ici, merci de compléter l'article en donnant les références utiles à sa vérifiabilité et en les liant à la section « Notes et références ». The picture is a sequel to Bride of Frankenstein. The Monster is duller and no longer speaks. [10] But is stopped as Wolf enters and Neumüller and his forces shoot the creature and falls into a pit. Release Dates Because I stole bodies, eh they said. Wolf restored his father's equipment and began experimenting on the Monster, hoping not only to bring him out of his coma but also to fix his brain as well. How long has he been here? So, Dr. Frankenstein. Avec le temps, ce personnage s'est confondu avec celui de Fritz dans le premier film. Not much is known about Ygor's life prior to the films he is featured in. The Monster finds Ygor's body and abducts Peter as revenge. [4] According to the press release, Lorre had turned down the offer as he had left working in horror films to become Mr. Moto and "did not want to risk being "on another meanie.

He went mad and thirsted for revenge. Son of Frankenstein (1939) is a horror monster film and is the third film in Universal Studios' Frankenstein series and the last to feature Boris Karloff as the Monster as well as the first to feature Bela Lugosi as Ygor. Production was delayed until November 9 and due to other production difficulties such as poor weather, filming only completed on January 5, 1939 with the final cost of the film being $420,000. While investigating his father's castle, Wolf ends up meeting Ygor (Béla Lugosi), a demented blacksmith who has survived a hanging for graverobbing and has a deformed neck as a result. [10][11] As the cast was already on salary, the studio gave orders for Lee to go ahead which led to the budget to escalating to $500,000. [12], Son of Frankenstein was distributed theatrically by Universal Pictures Co. on January 13, 1939. Krogh (Lionel Atwill). Wolf finds the Monster's comatose body in the crypt where his grandfather and father were buried; his father's sarcophagus bears the phrase "Heinrich von Frankenstein: Maker of Monsters" written in chalk. The CROSSWORD BUZZ team are experts in CROSSWORDS solutions! Baron Wolf von Frankenstein Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943 film), Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954 film), The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008 film), Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948 film, Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff (1949 film), Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man (1951 film), Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (1953 film), Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953 film), Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955 film), The World of Abbott and Costello (1965 film), Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein, Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove, Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, https://universalmonsters.fandom.com/wiki/Son_of_Frankenstein?oldid=9303. : [28], List of films featuring Frankenstein's monster, "Son of Frankenstein (1939) - Rowland V. Lee | Releases", "The Screen; 'Son of Frankenstein,' With Boris Karloff, Seen at the Rivoli; New Soviet Film at the Cameo At the Cameo", Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein, Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove, Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein, The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein, Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Son_of_Frankenstein&oldid=984011158, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 16:44. Le personnage n'est pas bossu, mais sou cou est déformé après qu'il a survécu à une pendaison. Baron Wolf von Frankenstein Although he has no plans on returning to father's work of resurrecting the dead, he is under suspicion from the town's villagers and Insp.

[7], Among the cast was Josephine Hutchinson who had signed on for a two-picture deal with Universal first appearing in The Crime of Doctor Hallet and spoke about her role later stating "doing a Frankenstein film is kind of a phony bit - you don't have to delve too deeply. Here. [2] The film performed well in the box office, with the Hollywood Reporter proclaiming that the film had repated greater returns than any prior horror film in key city openings. [12] The head of the editorial, sound and music departments (Maurice Pivar, Bernard B. Ygor "[21] Kate Cameron of The New York Daily News declared that Lee "created an eerie atmosphere for the story and he has put into the working out of the plot enough horror to send the chills and shivers racing up and down the spectators' backs"[21] B. R. Crisler of The New York Times reported that the film could be considered "the silliest picture ever made", yet implements "a very shrewd silliness, perpetrated by a good director in the best traditions of cinematic horror, so that even while you laugh at its nonsense you may be struck with the notion that perhaps that's as good a way of enjoying oneself at a movie as any". :

Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. [4] This screenplay that was dated October 20, 1938 involved Wolf with his wife Else , young son Erwin arriving at Castle Frankenstein to claim inheritance. Origines. L'attitude servile et arriérée d'Igor est surtout inspirée par Renfield, le serviteur de Dracula. Ygor took advantage of this and convinced the monster to kill the men who condemned him. :
: Michael Brunas, John Brunas & Tom Weaver. Dr. Frankenstein himself apparently died just a few years later, but not before seeing a son of the house of Frankenstein brought into the world. [3] It was his second film for Universal. : Also near the castle is Ygor (Bela Lugosi) the crazed shepherd whose neck was broken in an unsuccessful hanging attempt.

Best of all, you can solve any crossword puzzle online! [4] The script continues with the Monster surviving the explosion and confronting Wolf to make a friend for him, threatening to kill Else and Erwin if Wolf disobeyed. They wouldn't bury me in holy place like churchyard. The villagers hanged Ygor and the town doctor proclaimed him dead.

However, the Monster only managed to kill six of the eight members of the jury when he was struck by lightning and rendered comatose. Where?

"[3][25] Jim Hoberman of The Village Voice praised Lugosi's performance as Ygor, writing that he "pretty much steals the movie in his last really juicy role". The picture is a sequel to Bride of Frankenstein. Yes. They wouldn't bury me in holy place like churchyard. [10] The new version also eliminated the Monster's ability to speak, which was in Cooper's original draft, and adding the character of Ygor. For two years, horror films were out of the New Universal Studios line up. [26] Richard Gilliam of AllMovie marked the film as unusual due to it's high quality despite being the third film in the series and noted the "strong story, fine inherited production motifs, and an excellent cast" while noting that the film was still a step-down from the two previous Frankenstein films. Baron Wolf von Frankenstein : I should turn you over to Inspector Krogh! : Les Igor sont affublés d'un défaut d'élocution tout à fait optionnel. Neumüller kills me. I was dead and he brought me to life. Wolf starts out by using the torch to etch out the word "Monsters" on the casket and write "Men" in its place. Brown and Charles Previn respectively) would then alert their personnel about the possibility of working through until New Year's holidays to meet the required shipping date on the first 20 prints of the film. That child, Baron Wolf von Frankenstein (Rathbone), has now returned to the family castle, with wife and little boy in tow.

[19] It was released on DVD as part of The Monster Legacy Collection and Frankenstein: The Legacy Collection on April 27, 2004. He was portrayed by the late Bela Lugosi, who was best known for playing another Universal Studios horror villain, Count Dracula.