universalmonsterstribute:

Colin Clive in Frankenstein (1931)

universalmonsterstribute:

Colin Clive in Frankenstein (1931)

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missanthropicprinciple said: You're almost Colin Clive anyhow. :)

cryingalonewithfrankenstein:

I’m publishing this because it made me smile and I wanna keep it forever.

For real, if I’m well enough to go out this Halloween, I’m going as Henry Frankenstein. I’m dyeing my hair and getting the mop trimmed back a bit.

31 Horror Films in October: Frankenstein (1931) 

Now I know what it feels like to be God!

Reblogged from Zou Bisou Bisou

coeursfideles:

Christopher Strong (Dorothy Arzner,1933)

Reblogged from C♡EURS FIDÈLES

coeursfideles:

Christopher Strong (Dorothy Arzner,1933)

Reblogged from C♡EURS FIDÈLES

coeursfideles:

Christopher Strong (Dorothy Arzner,1933)

Reblogged from C♡EURS FIDÈLES

cryingalonewithfrankenstein:

PS if you don’t know what the base story of “The Hands of Orlac”/”Mad Love” is, well, it boils down to “a good-looking dude with a pretty wife is terrified of his own hands and, also, is all wounded and adorable”.

I mean there’s some train-crash mad-doctor dead-guy stuff too, but that’s all you really need to know

(Yes I’m being facetious)

Reblogged from trust my rage
littlehorrorshop:

Mae Clarke in Frankenstein, 1931

littlehorrorshop:

Mae Clarke in Frankenstein, 1931

Reblogged from hella lugosi
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