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"Young Frankenstein" on blu-ray

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#1 SleepyDogFilms


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Posted 31 January 2017 - 09:38 PM

The ironic thing is that this parody of Frankenstein was far better than Universal's own sequals Ghost of Frankenstein and House of Frankenstein, etc.



#2 Natalie Webb

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Posted 05 November 2016 - 10:21 PM

Teri Garr is very good in Young Frankenstein (1974). I love the "Putting on The Ritz" scene, too funny!

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Posted 26 July 2016 - 04:51 PM

Cool. I've been meaning to get "Young Frankenstein" for a while, and this certainly encourages me to to get it on Blu-Ray. 

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Posted 30 November 2009 - 03:35 PM

This weekend I had the chance to watch Mel Brooks' great comedy Young Frankenstein on blu-ray - I highly recommend it to those who have already purchased a blu-ray player or plan to get one in the near future.

Not only is this one of the best comedies Brooks ever made, but its carefully-composed black-and-white cinematography looks absolutely marvelous in high-definition.

The movie also comes with a great deal of extras, including deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, old Mexican interviews (mostly in Spanish) and isolated music soundtrack.

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