The scientist's revitalized monster is used by a hypnotist for his own insidious purposes.
Assistants Hans (Robert Morris) and Dr. Hartz (Thorley Walters) un-freeze Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) who explains he's getting into soul transplants, early in Hammer Films' Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Formerly dead, brunette, disfigured and disabled, Christina (Susan Denberg) is switched on by Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) and aide Hertz (Thorley Walters), and she has questions, in Hammer Films' Frankenstein Created Woman, 1967.
Frankenstein Created Woman -- Trailer for this take on the classic horror
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The Enterprise finds missing trader and philanthropist Carter Winston, but he may not be what he appears to be.
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