Bride of the Monster (1955) was a Horror - Science Fiction Film directed by Edward D. Wood Jr. and produced by Tony McCoy, Edward D. Wood Jr. and Donald E. McCoy.
Bride of the MonsterBy Michael on Aug 1, 2011 From Le Mot du Cinephiliaque
The following is my contribution to Forgotten Classics of Yesteryear's Monster Movie Mania Blogathon. Bride of the Monster (Edward D. Wood Jr., 1955) This Science-fiction meets horror meets Monster flick extravaganza by the infamously worst director of all time, Ed Wood, tells the story ... Read full article
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Dr. Eric Vornoff: One is always considered MAD, if one discovers something that others cannot grasp!
Dr. Eric Vornoff: My dear professor Strowsky, twenty years ago, I was banned from my home land, parted from my wife and son, never to see them again. Why? Because I suggested to use the atom elements, for producing super beings, beings of unthinkable strength and size. I was classed as a madman, a charlatan, outlawed in a world of science which previously honored me as a genius. Now here in this forsaken jungle Hell I have proven that I am alright. No, Professor Strowski, it is no laughing matter.
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Stuntman Eddie Parker's participation in this film is still debatable. The story that he doubled Bela Lugosi stems from amateur fanzines in the early 1960s, and the assumption that Parker doubled Lugosi in Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. He didn't. Parker doubled Lon Chaney Jr. as the Wolf Man; Australian actor/stuntman Gil Perkins doubled the Monster.
Tony McCoy was cast in the male lead role, primarily because his father, Arizona entrepreneur Donald E. McCoy, was the owner of Packing Service Corp. (a meat packing concern), and was a major investor in the film.
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