Voted FRIGHT NIGHT. Back it up with ABOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN. And never stop, I always enjoy your writing.
Jaws mortified me as a kid. Too afraid to watch the Conjuring. Think I'll stick with Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein.
Anyone notice that music from Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein
The NAME is ELVIS ALDA when My Wife's NAME is ELVIRA. Its Johnny Ringo when working for MISS KITTY RUSSELL
I've only ever seen Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein, actually.
Ok you might not Mr Vampire or Abbot and Costello meet Frankenstein
You sure this one isn't gonna be a spoof in the style of Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein? Key & Peele Meet Predator?
Last year Josh Brolin played a part as Bud Abbott and Ryan Gosling imitated Lou Costello. Please someone team them up to meet Frankenstein.
They had Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy, Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein... Idk it was rly cool and fun
For Day 12 of - My review of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
It was awesome, despite the schtick Gosling lifted from Bud Abbott in "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein." Ok, homage.
At 5 years old, I saw 'Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein,' and I was so scared when...
COME ON...Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein, That's Bella, the original Dracula next to Lou and the REAl'Frank' Boris K
Lon Chaney Jr in the makeup chair for 'Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein' (1948)
I may have to watch Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein after this.
📷 arcaneimages: Behind the scenes Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Lon Chaney, Jr. with director Charles Barton on the set of 'Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein
That is a publicity still from ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN, not 1931 DRACULA.
I added a video to a playlist Day 25: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) | 31 Day's Of
Olivia de Havilland and Glen Strange on the set of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948).
.Who w'd you cast in an all-political remake of "Abbott+Costello Meet Frankenstein"?. (Original included Dracula and Wolfman.)
Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein is more tense then the debates.
Announcement: Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein... Or Thursday's National GOP Debate. before the contest in Florida and Ohio.
in 1948 universal released Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, it was one of the studios highest grossing films that year.
You know that person you said there's no such person? I think he's in there...in person. -Lou Costello, Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
Oh pal. That's all right; I'm sort of a wolf myself. -Lou Costello as Wilbur Grey in Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein and the Werewolf.scared the *** out of me!!
Happy Birthday Lou Costello. You left us way too early. Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein is my favorite
It reminds me of Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein.
The horror never stops. — watching Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
this might sound crazy but mine is Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, mostly because it had the 3 Univer…
The wolf man meets his ultimate match with Lou Costello in 'Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein'
(8) lobby card set for Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. Lot 412
Despite the title this film is more Abbott and Costello meet The Wolf Man and Dracula than Frankenstein.
Watched 'Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein' 1948 this afternoon. Liked everything about this film except Abbott and Costello.
Showed my 4 and 3-year old 'Abbot & Costello Meet Frankenstein'...they loved it. In fact they wanted to watch it again! Lou was the best.
any suggestions on what to pair it with? I'm thinking maybe Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein
Today in history-'Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein' with Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney,Jr premiered in 1948
Opened on this date in 1948: Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.
Today's the day Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein was released in 1948
This Day in Horror - 1948 - Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein released theatrically
If you've never seen it before, here is "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" (1948).
HORROR HISTORY: "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" opened in theaters on this day in 1948.
Another -. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. Jeepers! The creepers are after Bud & Lou!
My Must watch movies on Halloween: Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein and Hocus Pocus. On Christmas: Gremlins and Die Hard. What are yours?
who is this? Despite his lasting association with the world of horror, _ started out as a character actor. He made his film debut in 1938 with Service de Luxe and established himself in the film Laura (1944), opposite Gene Tierney, directed by Otto Preminger. He also played Joseph Smith in the movie Brigham Young (1940) and William Gibbs McAdoo in Wilson (1944) as well as a pretentious priest in The Keys of the Kingdom (1944). _ first venture into the horror genre was in the 1939 Boris Karloff film Tower of London. The following year he portrayed the title character in the film The Invisible Man Returns (a role he reprised in a vocal cameo at the end of the 1948 horror-comedy spoof Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein). In 1946, _ reunited with Tierney in two notable films, Dragonwyck and Leave Her to Heaven. There were also many villainous roles in film noir thrillers like The Web (1947), The Long Night (1947), Rogues' Regiment (1948) and The Bribe (1949), with Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner and Charles Lau ...
Maybe if u try to convince him on ABOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN, Osborne will give in on MUTINY...
Going to introduce the fam to a classic before rolls around. "Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein"
Let's hope we don't have to start working two jobs and 16 hour days next! ;-) "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein" Wilbur Grey: Well that's gonna cost you overtime because I'm a union man and I work only sixteen hours a day. McDougal: A union man only works eight hours a day. Wilbur Grey: I belong to two unions.
its VERY dark-Im lookin forward to penny dreadful-from what I know-its like abbott & costello meet frankenstein on steroids lol
AMC: "Teen Wolf" is not an American movie classic. Please replace with "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein" stat!
Lon Chaney, Jr is currently on the turn in Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein.
This was the last Universal film 2 feature Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula & the Wolfman until 2004's VAN HELSING-
Abbot and Costello Meet DC's Frankenstein. It does not go well.
Glenn Strange showing us an unused "Frankenstein" headpiece and a boot that he wore in "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein" 1948. Headpiece was sculpted by Chris Mueller Jr. and is in the Bob Burns collection as are the boots. — with William Forsche.
Bela Lugosi Jr. with his father and Glenn Strange on the set of 'Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein' (Universal, 1948)
Thank you Cathy Merkel-Roddy for giving me the number 9 (insert Beatle reference) .So here are some Random Roddy facts 1. When I was young, I knew I wanted to do two things... Draw and Act. At one point, I was pretty sure I was going to be a comic book artist. 2. When I was 6 & 7, I was the only boy in classes at Karl & Dimarco School of Dance in Tampa Florida. I took tap and once danced with Gene Kelly in the audience. I was ok. 3. In Elementary School I became quite popular for acting out scenes during recess and show and tell. Some of my more memorable performances included scenes from Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf-Man, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Wizard of Oz and Willy Wonka. 4. In my heart, I want to be George Bailey, Steven Spielberg, Frank Capra and Indiana Jones. 5. I am thankful for my life. I have had many great adventures. My Girls bring me the greatest joy. Of all the cool things I have had the opportunity to be a part of in my life, Being a Dad is the best. 6. Cathy ...
Bela Lugosi playing Dracula for the second, and final time - many years after the first - in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. Out of all the roles he played, Count Dracula has always been the one he is associated with.
Jerry Garcia on the movie that changed his life,. 'Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein'.
He's the character Lou Costello plays in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, so yes he's very impressive :)
Not a bad afternoon. whist the rain played, I caught " Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein ", "Dracula Vs Frankenstein " (The one with Lon Chaney Jr. and the inimitable Zandor Vorkov ) and " The Man From Planet X " thanks to the second-tier digital channels Cozi and THiS.
Lou Costello is one my favorite people of all time. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is also a gem.
Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein? History does repeat itself. Who's on first, what's on second and where's the third baseman? William "Bud" Abbott & Lou Costello. That's is a message for Russell Simmons. Doctor Frankenstein. I owe Ice Cube. Welcome to The Real DEF Comedy Jam, with your host, Ja Ma Frank Jaco ßs
Well, Mark and Hillary went out to celebrate his turning 40. They left the children with us. I decided it would be fun to introduce them to Frankenstein, Dracula and the Wolfman; as in Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein. I mean, what is a grandfather good for if it isn't to broaden their knowledge and deepen their appreciation for cultural icons? I hope they all sleep well tonight, whaaa ha haaa haaa haaa. Gooot Nite and sweet dreams. Now, look deeply into my eyes.
Just got word that the Salt City Horror Fest (Syracuse, NY) is taking place on May 4th at the Palace Theater. The lineup is INSANE: Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein, It Came From Outer Space (in anaglyph 3D!), Night of the Living Dead (1968 orig!), Fright Night (1985), From a Whisper to a Scream followed by Q&A with director Jeff Burr(!), ROBOCOP, Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III, and finally Nekromantic! I am SO THERE!
Tonight's the night - Brian Solomon of The Vault of Horror, John Cozzoli of Zombo's Closet of Horror and me - caretaker of Scared Silly: Classic Hollywood Horror-Comedies are hosting a special double-feature screening of "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein" and "Young Frankenstein!" We'll do trivia and Q&A and I'll have copies of my "Archie's Weird Mysteries" and Vincent Price books on hand as well (both as giveaways and for sale). Join us if you can - it's certain to be one Frankentastic evening! Details in the link.
Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein looks really good on Netflix Instant.
Is it odd that the first time I saw Béla Lugosi as Dracula was in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein?
O.K. Following below is the current working version of my Top 10 All Time Fave Halloween Movies. I should hasten to say it is definitely a work in progress. Randy Adams has made a fine case for including To Kill A Mockingbird, as Tim Gregson has for considering adding an entry or two from the Hammer horror franchise. I'll admit I've not yet seen Frankenweenie, but have heard good things. And although E.T. has perhaps my favorite trick-or-treat scene in all of film, I have been reminded that there are also strong ones in Steel Magnolias and Grumpier Old Men. (I do love these kinds of entries that simply allude to Halloween, availing themselves of its atmosphere, rather than using it as a theme or over-all motif~) And I'm also torn about The Wolf Man. I absolutely love the pathos in the performances of Lon Chaney, Jr. I list the Wolf Man because you get more of the pathos in it. However I have such fond memories of the comedy Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, where the Wolf Man is the hero. Would love ...
I finally caught The Raven(1963) with Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Boris Karloff. I had tried watching it ten or fifteen years ago and couldn't get into the humorous element mixed with what was supposed to be horror. I suppose I must have been in the right frame of mind for that mixture a few days a ago. Not as silly as Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein or Polanski's The Fearless Vampire Killers, but a little goofy. Karloff pulled off the comedy while retaining his dignity. I liked it.
“Every night when the moon is full I turn into a wolf!” “You and twenty million other guys.”- Lon Chaney Jr. to Lou Costello, Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein
Halloween always gets me thinking. You know, they used to do these comedian/horror crossover films (Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein). So why not a contemporary update: Adam Sandler Meets The Cloverfield Monster, The Last Exorcism Of Louie C.K., or Jim Carrey Is Possessed By An Evil Number? Wait, did one of those already happen?
The Friday night Mansion movie is Bud Abbott & Lou Costello in "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein," with Karloff & Lugosi. Fun.
Oct 24- House of Dracula (1945) Today, we have House of Dracula, the last "serious" of the Monster Mash films, with the rest featuring comedians Budd Abbott and Lou Costello (Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein will be tomorrow, by the way). Lon Chaney Jr. returns as Larry Talbot/ The Wolf Man, John Carradine is back as Count Dracula, and Glenn Strange is back as the Monster. This time, however, the mad scientist is Dr. Franz Edelmann (played by Onslow Stevens). The movie begins with the arrival of Count Dracula, who starts off under the alias Baron Latos, to a castle in Visaria to greet the owner, Dr. Edelmann. The Count seeks a cure for his vampirism, and Edelmann hypothesizes a solution using a series of blood transfusions. Meanwhile, Larry Talbot arrives at the castle, also looking for a cure from Edelmann. Edelmann and one of his assistants Milizia (Martha O'Driscoll) see him transform into the Wolf Man. Edelmann than surmises that the transformations aren't due to the moonlight, but due to pressu ...
Happy 130th Birthday to Bela Lugosi! In honor of the great Hungarian actor's natal day, here is a list of my favorite horror and mystery films starring Lugosi (some of which have appeared on previous lists). Everyone should see these films at least once... 1. Dracula (1931) 2. The Black Cat (1934) 3. The Raven (1935) 4. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932) 5. Son of Frankenstein (1939) 6. Mystery of the Mary Celeste (1935) 7. The Dark Eyes of London (1939) 8. The Invisible Ray (1936) 9. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) 10. White Zombie (1932) Thoughts? I hope you have seen at least some of Lugosi's films. The above ten are very worth while.
20 of my favorite movies to play in October. Name some of your favs... 1. Halloween -- (and the sequels) 2. It's the Great Pumpkin 3. Frankenstein 4. Trick r' Treat 5. Halloween 3 (I don't consider this a part of the sequels) 6. Dracula 7. The Wolfman 8. Young Frankenstein 9. Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein 10. Dark Night of the Scarecrow 11. The Monstersquad 12. The Adventure of Ichabod and Mr. Toad 13. Murder Party 14. Monster House 15. The Ghost of Mr. Chicken 16. Corpse Bride 17. Satan's Little Helper 18. Lady In White 19. Ernest Scared Stupid
It's that time of year... Halloween is coming soon. Now we all love those classic Halloween movies; Hocus Pocus, Ernest Scared Stupid, Casper, Scared Stiff, Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein. However lets get down to business... Get your list of top 5 favorite scary movies for whatever reasons you have... GO! 5. Insidious 4. Scream 3. The Exorcism of Emily Rose 2. Stir of Echoes 1. The Ring
First things first, yesterday Kathy & I watched Abbot & Costello Meet Frankenstein, today we're watching Masterpiece Theater's Sherlock. Next I got a JOB. Yay, I'm so exited I'm going to work.
(to Wilbur / Lou C) You're making enough noise to wake up the dead! -Bud Abbott as Chick in Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein
In honor of the 117th birth anniversary of Bud Abbott... Movie Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1
The clip dracula arrives at castle from Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) Good evening, Dr. Mornay. My dear Count, it's so good to see you again. And you look more charming than when I saw you last. Come in, Count Dracula. Thank you, Sandra. But the name is Dr. Lejos. I wouldn't want...
Character actor of the day: Joe Kidd. Born in New York N.Y. Kidd specialized in playing film 'heavies' bad guys who were often used as comic relief in films. His first role was in the film *** Run Wild. He played a bad guy in the film serial *** Tracy Vs. Crime Inc. he played a pet shop owner in the film Rio Rita. he was in the Dead End Kids short Smart Alecks. He was in the John Wayne film Pittsburgh. He played Tony in The Jackie Robinson Story. He was in the film musical Pistol Packin' Mama. He appeared in the Abbott & Costello films Pardon My Sarong, Who Done It? Here Come The Co-Ed's, The Naughty Ninties, Buck Privates Come Home, Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, Mexican Hayride, The Noose Hangs High, Comin' Round The mountain, Abbott & Costello Meet Captain Kidd, Lost In Alaska & Abbott & Costello Go To Mars. It is probably not coincidental that he was Lou Costello's brother-in-law. He appeared on numerous TV shows including Circus Boy, Sheriff Of Cochise & The Adventures Of Superman. He playe ...
What was the only movie that Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin appeard in together? (Limelight) Where were the questions about the old movie musicals, who was the uncredited voice of The Invisable Man at the end of Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein? (Vincent Price) All those people I mentioned and the questions I asked are important because they are a true part of motion picture history! Anyway, at least I felt better knowing that most of the people there today felt like I did. So now that I'm vented, it's time to light up and chill out with Car 54 Where Are You? on You Tube
In honor of their 100th anniversary, Universal is giving their most iconic films the HD treatment by issuing them onto shiny Blu-ray discs packed with new & old content. Dozens of catalog films have been released so far this year and we still have Jaws, E.T., Abbot & Costello Meet Frankenstein & the...
William Stromberg conducts Frank Skinner's Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein live in concert with the Golden State Pops Orchestra Halloween 2008
Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein [VHS]: Universal Pictures made a great deal of money from its monster movies...
Bud & Lou: "We were never in Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein. You're confusing us with Katherine Hepburn & Tor Johnson."
Judd Apatow says "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" inspired his comedy
Friday Film Fact: Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein is only the second time Bela Lugosi would play “Dracula” in a feature film. (He played other vampires in the interim, but not Dracula.)
Jerry Garcia discusses how "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" changed his life in this 1995 interview for the AMC show The Movie That Changed My Life.
Wonderful: Jerry Garcia on "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein"
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