Sneha Girap

Frankenstein 80

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
4/101 Votes Alchetron
4
1 Ratings
100
90
80
70
60
50
41
30
20
10
Rate This

Rate This

Director  Mario Mancini
Initial release  December 12, 1972 (Italy)
Duration  
Country  Italy
4.1/10 IMDb

Genre  Horror
Music director  Daniele Patucchi
Language  Italian
Frankenstein 80 movie poster
Writer  Ferdinando De Leone, Mario Mancini
Screenplay  Mario Mancini, Ferdinando De Leone
Cast  John Richardson (Karl Schein), Gordon Mitchell (Dr. Otto Frankenstein), Renato Romano (Insp. Schneider), Xiro Papas (Mosaic), Dada Gallotti (Butcher), Roberto Fizz (Professor Schwarz)
Similar movies  Jurassic World, Hotel Transylvania 2, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Victor Frankenstein, Dracula Untold, Back to the Future

Frankenstein 80 1972 deutscher trailer


Frankenstein 80 is a 1972 Italian film directed by Mario Mancini.

Contents

The film is also known as Frankenstein '80 in Italy (original title).

Frankenstein 80 1972


Plot summary

By day, Dr. Frankenstein (Gordon Mitchell) works innocuously in his lab. But at night, he works to perfect Mosaico (Xiro Papas), a monstrosity pieced together from dead bodies. Once completed, the behemoth escapes from the lab and embarks on a killing spree. Local beauties begin popping up dead, murdered in a variety of gruesome ways, as authorities attempt to stop Mosaico's rampage.

Cast

  • John Richardson as Karl Schein
  • Gordon Mitchell as Dr. Otto Frankenstein
  • Renato Romano as Inspector Schneider
  • Xiro Papas as Mosaic - the Frankenstein Monster
  • Dalila Di Lazzaro as Sonia
  • Roberto Fizz as Professor Schwarz
  • Dada Gallotti as Butcher
  • Marisa Traversi as Second Prostitute
  • Lemmy Carson as Head Nurse
  • Marco Mariani as Track Spectator
  • Luigi Bonos as Hobo
  • Enrico Rossi as First Investigator
  • Fulvio Mingozzi as Second Investigator
  • Umberto Amambrini as Vice Straus
  • Luigi Antonio Guerra as Agent
  • Critical reception

    Allmovie called the film "stupid, sickening, and obscene", but "seekers of psychotronic cinema will have a field day with this ridiculous Italian exploitation product."

    References

    Frankenstein 80 Wikipedia
    Frankenstein 80 IMDbFrankenstein 80 themoviedb.org


    Similar Topics
    Back to the Future
    Dracula Untold
    Dracula vs Frankenstein
    Topics