Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein

USA 1948

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Abbott und Costello treffen Frankenstein / Abbott y Costello contra los fantasmas / Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein / Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein / Abbott and Costello Meet the Ghosts / Abbott and Costello spotykaja Frankensteina
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Directed by Charles Barton

Two hapless freight handlers find themselves encountering Dracula, the Frankenstein Monster and the Wolf Man.

a.k.a. Abbott und Costello treffen Frankenstein / Abbott y Costello contra los fantasmas / Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein / Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein / Abbott and Costello Meet the Ghosts / Abbott and Costello spotykaja Frankensteina / Abbott e Costello e os Monstros / Oi Abbott kai Costello synantoun ta terata / Abbott och Costello möter Frankenstein / Abbott og Costello i redselskabinettet / Abbott y Costello contra Frankenstein / Abbott y Costello contra los monstruos / Il Cervello di Frankenstein / Contra los fantasmas / Deux nigauds contre Frankenstein / Huu! Så hemskt / Kom loss Frankenstein / Mein Gott, Frankenstein / The Brain of Frankenstein / Uhyggen breder sig


Cast:
Bud Abbott as Chick Young
Lou Costello as Wilbur Grey
Lon Chaney Jr. as Larry Talbot / The Wolf Man
Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula
Glenn Strange as The Frankenstein Monster
Lénore Aubert as Dr. Sandra Mornay
Jane Randolph as Joan Raymond
Frank Ferguson as Mr. McDougal
Charles Bradstreet as Dr. Stevens

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