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A relative of Boris Karloff whom I consider a dear friend, said that they'd "never seen the book, only heard about i. Thus, I bought this book purely by gamble, and hit the jackpot. Whether Boris played the role or not, everyone who ever did, on film or TV, is discussed at some length, with full detail as to dates, studio, etc. Certainly Boris' e with rare photos-are the main focus of the book, and are dealt with so thoroughly that even Boris' relatives were impressed with it when I showed them the book at last.
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Surveys the literary and theatrical history of the monster tale, from its creation by Mary Shelley to its latest appearance on the motion picture screen. ISBN13:9780810805897.
Glut, Donald F. (1973). The Frankenstein Legend: A Tribute to Mary Shelley and Boris Karloff. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, Inc. ISBN 0-8108-0589-8.
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Glut, Donald F. Publication, Distribution, et. Personal Name: Karloff, Boris, 1887-1969. Rubrics: Frankenstein films. Metuchen, . Scarecrow Press, (c)1973. ISBN: 0670288470 Author: Finley, M. I. (Moses ., 1912- Publication & Distribution: New York. Viking Press, (c)1982.