Mad Monster Party?

  • 1967
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Animated

A monster convention is the setting for this animated feature that employs the Animagic process (a stop-motion photography technique that uses three-dimensional figures). The Worldwide Organization of Monsters has come together to select a new leader to replace the soon-to-be-retired Baron Boris von Frankenstein (voice of Boris Karloff), and all the biggies...read more

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A monster convention is the setting for this animated feature that employs the Animagic process (a stop-motion photography technique that uses three-dimensional figures). The Worldwide Organization of Monsters has come together to select a new leader to replace the soon-to-be-retired Baron Boris von Frankenstein (voice of Boris Karloff), and all the biggies are present: the Werewolf, Dracula, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, King Kong, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Mummy, and parodies of Claude Rains as the Invisible Man, Charles Laughton as the Hunchback of Notre Dame and Peter Lorre as the Igor-like "Yetch" (all the male characters are voiced by Allen Swift) Conflict erupts among the major monsters, and the baron's normal nephew, Felix Flanken, makes the mistake of falling for one of his uncle's mechanical creations. The Animagic technique works fairly well, but nobody is going to mistake this film for the work of special-effects whiz Ray Harryhausen. As with the majority of cheap animation efforts, this picture was made strictly with a kiddie audience in mind, although animation buffs might find it interesting for a while.

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