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Sign In. Edit The Bride Showing all 52 items. This remake of Bride of Frankenstein was made and released in which was the 50th Anniversary year of the original film which had debuted in Original bride Elsa Lanchester was still alive at the time but in poor health; she passed away in It took around five hours a day to put the prosthetics and make-up on actor Clancy Brown to turn him into the Frankenstein monster Viktor. This included about three and a half hours to put it on and two hours to take it off. Originally, Sting was going to play Josef, Eva's love-interest military officer and Baron Frankenstein's rival. Actor Sting and director Franc Roddam had previously collaborated on Quadrophenia around six years earlier.
By the end of her sophomore year she had endorsed a line of sportswear that launched an international fashion trend and had signed for a reported half-million dollars to shoot her next movie in France and Britain. Then actress Jennifer told them she was required to go anyway. She took a typewriter and 20 books and sent term papers home via overnight mail between takes on the gondolas. In this version, Sting plays the mad Dr. Her report card from the picture is a little bruising. Even Beals felt the movie was less than electric. These things might affect me more if I lived in Hollywood all the time. His tone toughens when discussing her resolve, however. When Beals resisted doing a naked minute-long staircase descent before Sting, Roddam decided to use a nude double.
In its earliest sequences, the film, which opens today at the Baronet and other theaters, is a gothic farce full of comic book thunder and lightning and machinery gone haywire. Minutes later, it aspires to the icy historical detachment of films like ''Barry Lyndon. But even in its lighter moments, the film, which was directed by Franc Roddam, proceeds at a funereal pace. The story of Rinaldo and Viktor's blossoming friendship after these two outcasts have teamed up for mutual protection provides the movie with its most coherent sequences. Rappaport's Rinaldo is a canny little wheeler-dealer with an appealing streak of tenderness.