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Nov 11 09 2:18 AM
Show me one Curt Siodmak 'brain' movie where the brains behave in any way, shape or form like brains do in "our" world.
Isn't there at least one brief moment where Lugosi's mouth is still moving in the finished film, dialogue deleted?
Indeed. When the Monster turns away from the old secret place and in the direction of Talbot, he says a scripted line that can be very clearly
lip-read when seen on a big theatre screen.
You can hear Lugosi saying something when he opens the secret compartment that holds the Frankenstein diary. It sounds like "It's in
there!". The music is blaring, and his voice is barely perceptible, but it is there.
Ted Newsom wrote:
The ramblings in HOUSE OF F about the monster and the wolf man being swept away by the flood, yeah, yeah, yeah. Cute if you've seen the last film, but
for the purposes of the movie at hand, does it matter? Not one bit.
They don't even bother with backstories in HOUSE OF D and it works fine on its own.
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