Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's DaughterJesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, Embassy Pictures/Circle, 1966 (USA)
Directed by William Beaudine, starring Narda Onyx, John Lupton, Cal Bolder, Estelita, Jim Davis, and Nestor Paiva.

Frankenstein Created Woman, Hammer Film Productions, 1967 (UK)
Directed by Terence Fisher, starring Peter Cushing, Susan Denberg, Thorley Walters, Robert Morris, Duncan Lamont, and Peter Blythe.

Fearless Frank, American International Pictures, 1967 (USA)
Directed by Philip Kaufman, starring John Voigt, Monique Van Vooren, Severn, Darden, Joan Darling, Lou Gilbert, and Nelson Algren.

Killing Frankestayna Karsi (Killing vs. Frankenstein), Omur Film, 1967 (Turkey)
Directed by Nuri Akinci, starring Otkay Gursel, Oya Peri, Gultekin Ceylan, Ferhan Tanseli, Aynur Aydan, and Yasar Sener.

Frankenstein's Bloody Terror (La Marca del hombre lobo), Maxper/Independent-International, 1968 (Spain)
Directed by Enrique López Eguiluz, starring Paul Naschy, Diane Konopka, Julián Ugarte, Rossana Yanni, Michael Manz, and Joseph Morton.

The Horror of FrankensteinFrankenstein Must Be Destroyed, Hammer Film Productions, 1969 (UK)
Directed by Terence Fisher, starring Peter Cushing, Simon Ward, Veronica Carlson, Thorley Walters, Freddie Jones, and Maxine Audley

Dracula vs. Frankenstein (El Hombre que vino del ummo, Dracula jagt Frankenstein, Los Monstruos del terror, Assignment Terror), Jaime Prades/Eichberg Film/International Jaguar, 1970 (Spain, West Germany, Italy)
Directed by Tulio Demichelli, Hugo Fregonese, and Peter Riethof, starring Michael Rennie, Karin Dor, Craig Hill, Paul Naschy, Patty Shepard, and Angel del Pozo.

Dr. Frankenstein on Campus, Astral Films/Agincourt, 1970 (Canada)
Directed by Gil Taylor, starring Robin Ward, Kathleen Sawyer, Austin Willis, Sean Sullivan, Ty Haller, and Tony Moffat-Lynch.

The Horror of Frankenstein, Hammer Film Productions, 1970 (UK)
Directed by Jimmy Sangster, starring Ralph Bates, Kate O'Mara, Veronica Carlson, Dennis Price, Graham Jones, and Bernrad Archard.

Lady Frankenstein (La Figlia di Frankenstein), Condor International/New World Pictures, 1971 (Italy)
Directed by Mel Welles, starring Joseph Cotten, Sara Bay, Mickey Hargitay, Paul Müller, Paul Whiteman, and Herbert Fux.

Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Independent-International Pictures, 1971 (USA)
Directed by Al Adamson, starring J. Carrol Naish, Lon Chaney, Zandor Vorkov, Anthony Eisley, Regina Carrol, and Greydon Clark.

Santo contra la hija de FrankensteinSanto contra la hija de Frankenstein (La Hija de Frankenstein), Cinematografica Calderon/Azteca Films, 1972 (Mexico)
Directed by Miguel M. Delgado, starring Santo, Gina Romand, Znel, Roberto Canedo, Carlos Agosti, and Sonia Fuentes.

Dracula Prisoner of Frankenstein, Fenix Films et al., 1972 (Spain, France, Lichtenstein, and Portugal)
Directed by Jess Franco, starring Denis Price, Howard Vernon, Mary Francis, Albert Dalbes, Genevieve Deloir, and Josiane Gilbet.

The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein (La maldición de Frankenstein), CFFP/Fenix Films, 1972 (France, Spain)
Directed by Jess Franco, starring Denis Price, Howard Vernon, Anne Libert, Britt Nichols, Albert Dalbes, and Luis Barboo.

Frankenstein '80 (Mosaico), MGD Film Productions/MPI, 1972 (Italy and West Germany)
Directed by Mario Mancini, starring John Richardson, Gordon Mitchell, Renato Romano, Xiro Pappas, Dalila Parker, and Bob Fiz.

Blackenstein, Exclusive International, 1973 (USA)
Directed by William A. Levey, starring John Hart, Ivory Stone, Liz Renay, Roosevelt Jackson, Andrea King, and Nick Bolin.

Flesh for FrankensteinFlesh for Frankenstein (Il Mostro e in Tavola Barone Frankenstein, Carne para Frankenstein, De La Chair pour Frankenstein, Andy Warhol's Frankenstein), Compagnia Cinematografica Champion/EMI, 1973 (USA, Italy and France)
Directed by Paul Morrissey, starring Joe Dallesandro, Monique Van Vooren, Udo Kier, Arno Juerging, Dalila di Lazzaro, and Srdjan Zelenovic.

Frankenstein, Dan Curtis Productions, 1973 (USA) (TV 2 episodes)
Directed by Glenn Jordan, starring Robert Foxworth, Susan Strasberg, Heidi Vaughn, Bo Svenson, John Karlen, and Philip Bourneuf.

Frankenstein: The True Story, Universal, 1973 (UK)
Directed by Jack Smight, starring James Mason, Leonard Whiting, David McCallum, Jane Seymour, Nicola Pagett, and Michael Sarrazin.

Frankenstein's Castle of FreaksFrankenstein's Castle of Freaks (Terror! Il castello delle donne maledette), Classic Films International/Cinerama, 1974 (Italy)
Directed by Robert H. Oliver, starring Rossano Brazzi, Michael Dunn, Edmund Purdom, Christiane Royce, Gordon Mitchell, and Alan Collins.

Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, Hammer Film Productions, 1974 (UK)
Directed by Terence Fisher, starring Peter Cushing, Shane Briant, Madeline Smith, John Stratton, Bernard Lee, and Clifford Mollison.

Santo y Blue Demon contra el Dr. Frankenstein, Cinematografica Calderon, 1974 (Mexico)
Directed by Miguel M. Delgado, starring Santo, Blue Demon, Sasha Montenegro, Jorge Russek, and Ivonne Govea.

Young Frankenstein, Twentieth-Century Fox, 1974 (USA)
Directed by Mel Brooks, starring Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Cloris Leachman, Teri Garr, Kenneth Mars, and Gene Hackman.


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