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Frankenstein Unbound (2-Nov-1990)

Director: Roger Corman

Writers: Roger Corman; F. X. Feeney

From novel: Frankenstein Unbound by Brian Aldiss

Music by: Carl Davis

Producers: Roger Corman; Thom Mount; Kobi Jaeger

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Horror, Frankenstein, Time Travel

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bridget Fonda
Actor
27-Jan-1964   Single White Female
John Hurt
Actor
22-Jan-1940   Alien
Michael Hutchence
Musician
22-Jan-1960 22-Nov-1997 INXS
Raul Julia
Actor
9-Mar-1940 24-Oct-1994 Street Fighter, Addams Family
Jason Patric
Actor
17-Jun-1966   The Lost Boys

CAST

John Hurt   ...   Buchanan
Raul Julia   ...   Victor Frankenstein
Nick Brimble   ...   The Monster
Bridget Fonda   ...   Mary Shelley
Catherine Rabett   ...   Elizabeth
Jason Patric   ...   Lord Byron
Michael Hutchence   ...   Percy Bysshe Shelley
Catherine Corman   ...   Justine Moritz
William Geiger   ...   Lab Technician
Mickey Knox   ...   Gen. Reade
Myriam Cyr   ...   Information Officer
Terri Treas   ...   Computer Voice (voice)
Cynthia Allison   ...   Newswoman
Isabella Rocchietta   ...   Dorrie
Matt Cassidy   ...   Boy #1
Hauck Bjorck   ...   Boy #2
Olga Angelo   ...   Girl #2
Geoffrey Copleston   ...   Innkeeper
John Karlsen   ...   Parson
Donald Hodson   ...   Old Man
Bruce McGuire   ...   Prosecutor
Grady Clarkson   ...   Judge
Andrew Newton   ...   Head Juror
Paul Weston   ...   Watchman
Brian Ames   ...   Urchin #1
Christopher Robertson   ...   Urchin #2
Peter Goetz   ...   Man #1
Nick Gillard   ...   Man #2, #3
Cyrus Elias   ...   Werner

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