The Man Who Saw Frankenstein Cry

The man who saw Frankenstein cry was Paul Naschy, Spain’s
most famous personality in the genre of horror film. A weightlifting
champion, his physique allowed him to secure roles
as an extra during the early 1960s. During his long career,
spanning more than 80 feature films, he came to play the role
of werewolf (for which he perhaps is most famous), Frankenstein’s
monster, Dracula, mummy, and even the Devil himself.
Soon, Naschy also branched out into scriptwriting (resulting
in some 40 scripts). His directorial debut came in 1976 with
the film Inquisición, the first of 15, which he directed. Steven
Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino are great admirers of his
work.
This well made and most interesting documentary film,
features many well-known people within the film industry. The
film has already been screened at several film festivals to great
acclaim. But why did Frankenstein cry? Find out about this and
many other exiting facts by seeing the film!

Maximillian Lestander

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