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  • Format : PAL, Import
  • Audio : Anglais, Aucun
  • Audio description : Aucun
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Sous-titres pour sourds et malentendants : Anglais
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Universal
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 5 mai 2008
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: B0016586R2
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2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Tornado le 13 septembre 2013
Format: DVD
Ce DVD est une édition anglaise. Il contient le film uniquement en VO, sans aucun sous-titre français. Mais on peut trouver le film en VF dans le Coffret Frankenstein - Édition Collector 4 DVD en compagnie de "Frankenstein", "La Fiancée De Frankenstein", Le Fils De Frankenstein" et "Le Spectre De Frankenstein". Mon commentaire concerne donc uniquement le film d'un point de vue "historique".

"House of Frankenstein" (en français "La Maison De Frankenstein") est réalisé en 1944 par Erle C. Kenton, qui avait déjà mis en scène "Ghost Of Frankenstein" ("Le Spectre De Frankenstein") en 1941. C'est la suite directe de "Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman" (disponible en VF dans le Coffret Loup Garou - Édition Collector 3 DVD). C'est le second "crossover" des "Universal monsters". C'est à la fois le sixième film de la série des "Frankenstein" et le troisième de la série des "Loup-garou". Il marque également le retour du personnage de "Dracula", absent depuis 1931 (entre temps, on a connu la fille -Dracula's Daughter (1936)- et le fils -Son of Dracula (1943)-) !
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Karloff Returns to the Series as the Mad Doctor 1 septembre 2000
Par Robert S. Clay Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
The Universal Frankenstein saga continues with Boris Karloff returning to the series that he helped start. This time, however, Boris stays out of the monster suit and plays the mad doctor. The movie effectively blends a Dracula segment with a Frankenstein story and keeps the Wolfman and the hunchback around for good measure. John Carradine is smooth as silk as Dracula. His performance isn't as mysterious as Bela Lugosi's or as menacing as Christopher Lee's, but he does well in a costarring role. Glenn Strange plays the Frankenstein monster for the first time. Lon Chaney, Jr is back again as Larry "The Wolfman" Talbot. Being frozen in ice for a year (since "Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman") hasn't chilled his discontent. He still anguishes over his beastly supernatural tendencies, but he manages to display some very human yearnings for the gypsy-dancing girl, Ilonka (Elena Verdugo). The "man-into-werewolf" transformation under the mesmerizing influence of the full moon is still the stuff of childhood nightmares. J. Carroll Naish as the resident hunchback adds pathos to a minor role. Boris Karloff is dignified and quietly insane as Dr. Niemann. His unholy zeal to find Dr. Frankenstein's records and continue his diabolical work in brain transplants is the catalyst that advances the story. The dark humor and the intelligent nuances of the early James Whale entries in this series are replaced in this film by a fast-paced, horror-comics level story. Only the Universal "monster factory" could pull these wildly diverse elements together and bring everything to the inevitable conclusion in one hour and eleven minutes. In the realm of classic horror films, this is a second string entry. Regardless, it's an entertaining flick for those who need the occasional "monster movie" jolt. Suspend disbelief and enjoy the ride. ;-)
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Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
It's hard to believe how much better HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN looks 55 years after it was made. No doubt about it..the ideas were beginning to wear a bit thin...but when you consider how marvelous Hans J. Salter's musical score was in saving even the worst scenes of the film..YOU HAVE TO LOVE IT! Carradine's Dracula is a different twist from Lugosi's original, Chaney's Wolfman still has our sympathy (even though he's frustrated with his lot in life), Karloff is obsessed with picking apart brains and recreating life, and Naish's Hunchback character is in love with a gypsy woman..who prefers a man with fangs! The monster's appearance at the end is very brief, but the entire film is packaged very well..including the cameos by Lionel Atwill and George Zucco. Can you imagine what the film would've been like with THE MUMMY and THE INVISIBLE MAN too...both characters were originally part of the picture, but bumped at the last minute! Anyway...I still say: Nice job Universal.
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The end for Chaney? 9 juillet 2000
Par N. A. Parry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo Achat vérifié
After teaming up Frankenstein's Monster and the Wolfman in 1942 had improved box-office successes for Universal's horror series, this film went one better and introduced John Carradine's Dracula into the mix. Quite why Bela Lugosi, the greatest of all vampires, was replaced by the over-melodramatic Carradine isn't clear, but this film, for all it's titanic glory, lacks something. It has a lot to recommend it though - veterans Lionel Attwill, Lon Chaney Jr, J Carroll Naish - even Boris Karloff returned to the series, playing the unpleasant Dr Neimann. But best of all is Glenn Strange as the eponymous Monster. Strange played the role in three major films (including 'Abbott and Costello Meet...') but has never got the recognition he deserved. Admittedly, his Monster is given little to do, but he is singularly terrifying and sympathetic in every scene he's in. Of the four actors to play the Monster in this series, he is second only to Karloff. Naish is effective as the sorrowful hunchback hopelessly besotted to a singularly stupid and cruel gypsy girl, and Chaney is his usual bovine self, tortured with having to share his life with his hairy alter-ego. Interestingly, he is killed at the end of this film, but is it really the end for him? Don't be too sure.
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A rather disappointing film, given its three monsters 30 mai 2004
Par Daniel Jolley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
House of Frankenstein is a sequel of sorts to Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, one with its good points and its bad points. This was the first film to feature three of the Universal classic monsters: Frankenstein's Monster (now played by Glenn Strange), the Wolf Man (Lon Chaney, Jr.), and Count Dracula (John Carradine). It also threw the legendary Boris Karloff into the mix as a mad scientist following in Dr. Frankenstein's footsteps. How wonderful it would have been to see Bela Lugosi included alongside Karloff and Chaney, especially since John Carradine is probably the worst Dracula I've ever seen. Carradine looks like someone dressed up in a Dracula costume; he brings no sense of power or charisma to the role at all. Dracula doesn't even have a very significant part in the movie, strangely enough.
Boris Karloff is Dr. Gustav Niemann, one of the few mad scientists of note to actually be imprisoned. Fifteen years of prison life hasn't changed him, as he is still concentrating on his research; he even has a hunchbacked assistant ready to go as soon as he gets his freedom. A powerful electrical storm issues Niemann an unexpected pardon, and he heads for Frankenstein's castle in hopes of finding his hero's research notes. A carnival of horrors provides him the cover he needs to make his getaway, and it just so happens that this carnival's main attraction is the actual skeleton of Count Dracula. The Count returns to life (at least as much life as Carradine manages to give the character), but the film would probably be better served had it left Dracula out of the script entirely. Once Niemann reaches the village of Frankenstein, he begins searching the ruins of the castle and finds both The Wolf Man and Frankenstein's Monster frozen in ice (providing the answer as to what happened to them at the end of Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man). I don't even have to tell you that he revives both of the monsters. Lon Chaney, Jr., is once again superb in his role of the tormented Wolf Man seeking death but, for a time, pinning his hopes on Dr. Niemann for a cure to his cursed affliction. Frankenstein's monster basically just stumbles and bumbles his way through the script, having already fallen victim to the awful stereotype of the big, dumb monster. When Karloff looked into the eyes of the monster, I am sure he saw almost no similarity to the monster he portrayed so powerfully in the first three Frankenstein films.
House of Frankenstein fails to live up to its potential. Its strengths include Karloff's fine performance as a non-monster character, Chaney's impressive performance as the Wolf Man, and the combination of three classic monsters in one movie. Its weaknesses come in the form of Carradine's awful performance as Dracula, the silliness of the whole Dracula subplot to begin with, and a fairly boring conclusion regarding Dr. Niemann and the monster. It's still a fun movie to watch, but it cannot compare to the classic movies that gave birth to the monsters we see exploited here for box office profits.
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The Clash of the Century 26 avril 2003
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cassette vidéo
HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN is probobly the best in the Wolfman, Frankenstein, and Dracula series. Originily entitled THE DEVILS BROOD (or BLOOD, as it says on the back cover,) HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN originally had some other monsters put togeather with the three main ones. Vincent Price as THE INVISIBLE MAN,
Acqquinetta as THE CAPTIVE WILD WOMAN, Tom Tyler as THE MUMMY,
and finally David Bruce as THE MAD GHOUL. Even without those monsters, HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN remains a clasic.
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