Celebrating a Performance that was …
“All part of the day’s work.”

November 11th, 2021
Category: Uncategorized

Ninety years ago this month, when James Whale’s Frankenstein was being made, “nobody recognized the importance of the film and the impact it would have on cinema history. It was just part of the day’s work, as far as my father was concerned.”

That’s according to Sara Karloff, daughter of the man who created one of cinema’s most iconic performances.

[Read more at The 21st Century Scop.]

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