In 19th Century England, Dr Victor Frankenstein, bitter over his brother's death, voices his wish that men could have power over life and death.
Following a chance encounter with Dr Henry Clerval, a surgeon experimenting in this very field, they begin to work together. Victor achieves the impossible, the creation of life, but with it comes unforeseen and unimaginable terror. Frankenstein, The True Story is one of the most acclaimed versions of Mary Shelley's masterpiece.
Featuring an all-star cast led by James Mason, Leonard Whiting, David McCallum, Jane Seymour, Michael Sarrazin, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson and Tom Baker. Now presented for the first time in high definition and featuring some incredible bonus material and stunning new artwork by Graham Humphreys.
Film Introduction from James Mason
Off with Her Head - An Interview with Jane Seymour
Victor's Story- An Interview with Actor Leonard Whiting
Frankenstein's Diary - A Conversation with Writer Don Bachardy
A Double-Sided Fold Out Poster of the All New Graham Humphreys Artwork
All New Audio Commentary With Filmmaker/Film Historian Sam Irvin