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Il Mostro di Frankenstein 1920 by 4gottenlore Il Mostro di Frankenstein 1920 by 4gottenlore
il monstro de Frankenstein-1920:

This is the third film from the silent era to have been based off of Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein", the release date differs between sources, it jumps between either 1920 and 1921 and as of today no prints of the film have been found and is considered to be a lost film. There is really very little known about the film other then the general credits (director, writer, stars) and even less about the plot and really all is know is that the monster was created in a cave. There are a couple of promotional pieces for the film that have surfaced from that time period, one in particular depicts what we could say is the creature and his creator looking at him from a stair case. Below are some sites with some info and the images I mention regarding this film:

IMDb:www.imdb.com/title/tt0011481/

wikipedia:translate.google.com/translate…
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russhunter Featured By Owner May 2, 2014
Is this your own creation or based on a real poster?
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stokerbramwell Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011
I have admittedly not ever heard of this one.
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4gottenlore Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011
Same here, just one of those I found while I was looking for some other films, its a shame to find out how many films have been lost :pumpkin:
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Laughing2Death Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2011
You should try and make something for the Lost Japanese Kong films. James of Cinemassacre fame mentions them in one of his videos about lost films.
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4gottenlore Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2011
I will look into that and give it a shot:pumpkin:
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stokerbramwell Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2011
Films are pretty bad, but we've lost even more books over the ages. When you learn how much of our collective art and literature will never see the light of day again, it's a wonder anything at all survives.
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4gottenlore Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2011
very true:pumpkin:
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