The classic monster looks just about to finish his breakfast, but he may well be inviting you over for a slice of toast and a swig of tea!
“It’s aliiiiiiive!” Heinrich “Henry” Frankenstein screamed when the tattered monster he pieced together started moving. We all know that the monster wrecked havoc and terror in the 1931 classic horror monster film Frankenstein, but the rare behind-the-scene snap above is rather amusing. We’d like to believe that in an alternate universe, Frankenstein’s monster (made famous by English actor William Henry Pratt, better known by his stage name Boris Karloff) asked what’s for breakfast the moment he opened his eyes and patted his scientist creator’s back.
Hardly familiar of this black-and-white horror flick? Watch the trailer for Frankenstein below:
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