Frankenstein (1910 film)

Frankenstein  (1910) 
by James Searle Dawley

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FRANKENSTEIN

A LIBERAL ADAPTATION FROM MRS. SHELLEY'S FAMOUS STORY FOR EDISON PRODUCTION


COPYRIGHTED 1910 BY EDISON MFG CO PATENTED (REISSUE) JAN 12 1904

FRANKENSTEIN DEPARTS FOR COLLEGE

TWO YEARS LATER FRANKENSTEIN HAS DISCOVERED THE MYSTERY OF LIFE

JUST BEFORE THE EXPERIMENT

Sweetheart,

Tonight my ambition will be accomplished. I have discovered the secret of life and death and in a few hours I shall create into life the most perfect human being that the world has yet known. When this marvelous work is accomplished I shall then return to claim you for my bride. Your devoted,

Frankenstein

INSTEAD OF A PERFECT HUMAN BEING, THE EVIL IN FRANKENSTEIN'S MIND CREATES A MONSTER

FRANKENSTEIN APPALLED AT THE SIGHT OF HIS EVIL CREATION

THE RETURN HOME

HAUNTING HIS CREATOR AND JEALOUS OF HIS SWEETHEART.
FOR THE FIRST TIME THE MONSTER SEES HIMSELF

ON THE BRIDAL NIGHT.
FRANKENSTEIN'S BETTER NATURE ASSERTING ITSELF

THE CREATION OF AN EVIL MIND IS OVERCOME BY LOVE AND DISAPPEARS

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