"His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful." -- Mary Shelley, Frankenstein
"You loved your Creature so long as it was pretty, but when it lost its looks, huh? That was another matter." – Dr Polidori, Frankenstein: the True Story
After the events of Part One, the Creature (Michael Sarrazin) has survived his plunge into the English Channel. Dragging himself ashore, he hides out in the home of a blind man (Ralph Richardson). He befriends to the man, and falls in love with his daughter (Jane Seymour. Alas, he scares her out of the house and she is run over by a coach. ...continue reading "Frankenstein: the True Story Part Two – 1973"