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Gods and Monsters (21-Jan-1998)

Director: Bill Condon

Writer: Bill Condon

From novel: Father of Frankenstein by Christopher Bram

Music by: Carter Burwell

Producers: Paul Colichman; Gregg Fienberg; Mark R. Harris

Keywords: Drama, Biography, Filmmaking

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lisa Darr
21-Apr-1963   Jane McPherson on Popular
Lolita Davidovich
15-Jul-1961   The Agency
David Dukes
6-Jun-1945 9-Oct-2000 War and Remembrance
Brendan Fraser
3-Dec-1968   The Mummy
Ian McKellen
25-May-1939   Gandalf the Grey
Judson Mills
10-May-1969   Walker, Texas Ranger
Kevin J. O'Connor
15-Nov-1963   Candy Mountain
Jack Plotnick
30-Oct-1968   Xandir on Drawn Together
Lynn Redgrave
8-Mar-1943 2-May-2010 The Happy Hooker


Ian McKellen   ...   James Whale
Brendan Fraser   ...   Clayton Boone
Lynn Redgrave   ...   Hanna
Lolita Davidovich   ...   Betty
David Dukes   ...   David Lewis
Kevin J. O'Connor   ...   Harry
Mark Kiely   ...   Dwight
Jack Plotnick   ...   Edmund Kay
Rosalind Ayres   ...   Elsa Lanchester
Jack Betts   ...   Boris Karloff
Matt McKenzie   ...   Colin Clive
Todd Babcock   ...   Leonard Barnett
Cornelia Hayes O'Herlihy   ...   Princess Margaret
Brandon Kleyla   ...   Young Whale
Pamela Salem   ...   Sarah Whale
Michael O'Hagan   ...   William Whale
David Millbern   ...   Dr. Payne
Amir Aboulela   ...   The Monster
Marlon Braccia   ...   Starlet
Jesse H. Long   ...   Assistant Director
Owen Masterson   ...   Camera Assistant
Lisa Vastine   ...   Librarian
Kent George   ...   Whale at 25
Martin Ferrero   ...   George Cukor
David Fabrizio   ...   Photographer
Jesse James   ...   Michael Boone
Lisa Darr   ...   Dana Boone
Paul Michael Sandberg   ...   Sound Man
Judson Mills   ...   Young Man at Pool


Review by anonymous (posted on 8-Nov-2006)

This is a film for Hollywood insiders, and although the performances by Fraser and McKellen are wonderful and insightful, the plot focuses on the abnormal behavior of a film pioneer long forgotten who made a ripple in the film industry in the 30's. Not many people in Waterloo, Iowa are going to flock to see this one, even though they might gain some insight into the post industrial revolution childhood of Britain's Angst generations. Nonetheless, any film with McKellen can't be all bad, and the supporting performances are worth the while as well.

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