Bibliography and Filmography

Selective Bibliography and Sources Cited

The British Stage, and Literary Cabinet (1823), 5:30-31.

The Dictionary of National Biography. Ed. Leslie Stephen and Sidney Lee. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1921-22.

The Mirror of the Stage; or, New Dramatic Censor. n.s. 1 (1823) 2 (1823); 3 (1823), 4 (1824).

Oxberry's Dramatic Biography, and Histrionic Anecdotes. 5 vols. London: George Virtue, 1825-26.

Cox, Jeffrey N., ed. Seven Gothic Dramas, 1789-1825. Athens: Ohio UP, 1992.

Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "The Films of Frankenstein." Approaches to Teaching Shelley's Frankenstein". Ed. Stephen C. Behrendt. New York: MLA, 1990: 166-79.

Forry, Steven Earl. Hideous Progenies: Dramatizations of Frankenstein from the Nineteenth Century to the Present. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1990.

James, Louis. "Frankenstein's Monster in Two Traditions." Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity. Ed. Stephen Bann. London: Reaktion Books, 1994: 77-94.

Lavalley, Albert J. "The Stage and Film Children of Frankenstein: A Survey." The Endurance of Frankenstein: Essays on Mary Shelley's Novel. Eds. George Levine and U. C. Knoepflmacher. Berkeley: U of California P, 1979): 243-89.

Marshall, Thomas. Lives of the Most Celebrated Actors and Actresses. London: E. Appleyard, [1848].

Moody, Jane. Illegitimate Theatre in London, 1770-1840. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2000.

Nicoll, Allardyce. A History of English Drama, 1660-1900. 2nd ed. 6 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1955. Vol. IV: Early Nineteenth-Century Drama, 1800-1850.

Peake, Richard Brinsley. Memoirs of the Colman family, including their correspondence with the most distinguished personages of their time. 2 vols. London, R. Bentley, 1841.

Reiman, Donald H. and Neil R. Fraistat, eds. The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Vol 1. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000.

St. Clair, William. "The Impact of Frankenstein." Mary Shelley in Her Times . Ed. Betty T. Bennett and Stuart Curran. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2000: 38-63.

Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft. The Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Ed. Betty T. Bennett. 3 vols. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1980-88. Vol.1: "A part of the Elect."

Frankenstein and Film: A Selective Filmography

Frankenstein. 1910. Thomas A. Edison Studio. Director: J. Searle Downey.

Life without Soul . 1915. Ocean Pictures. Director: Joseph W. Smiley.

Il Monstro di Frankenstein . 1920. Albertini. Director: Eugenio Testa. (Italian)

Frankenstein. 1931. Universal Pictures; starring Colin Clive and Boris Karloff (William Henry Pratt). Director: James Whale.

The Bride of Frankenstein. 1935. Universal; Karloff, with Elsa Lanchester. Director: James Whale.

Son of Frankenstein. 1939. Universal; Karloff. Director: Rowland Lee.

The Ghost of Frankenstein. 1942. Universal. Director: Erle C. Kenton.

Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man. 1943. Universal. Director: Roy William Neill.

House of Frankenstein. 1945. Universal. Director: Erle C. Kenton.

House of Dracula. 1945. Universal; brief cameo appearance by the Creature. Director: Erle C. Kenton.

Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein. 1948. Universal. Director: Charles T. Barton.

I Was a Teenage Frankenstein. 1957. Santa Rosa Films. Director: Herbert L. Strock.

The Curse of Frankenstein. 1957. Hammer Films, starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Director: Terence Fisher.

The Horrors of Frankenstein . 1957. Adventure Films. Director: Tony Brezinski.

The Revenge of Frankenstein. 1958. Hammer; starring Peter Cushing. Director: Terence Fisher.

Frankenstein—1970. 1958. Allied Artists; with Karloff. Director: Howard W. Koch.

Frankenstein's Daughter. 1958. Layton Films. Director: Dick Curha.

The Evil of Frankenstein . 1964. Hammer. Director: Freddie Francis.

Frankenstein Conquers the World. 1965. Toho Films. Director: Inoshiro Honda. (Japanese)

Frankenstein Created Woman. 1966. Hammer. Director: Terence Fisher.

Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed. 1969. Hammer. Director: Terence Fisher.

The Horror of Frankenstein. 1970. Hammer. Director: Jimmy Sangster.

Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell. 1973. Hammer. Director: Terence Fisher.

Frankenstein: The True Story. 1973. Universal. Director: Jack Smight. (made for television)

Frankenstein. 1973. Dan Curtis Productions. Director: Glenn Jordan. (made for television)

Flesh for Frankenstein (Andy Warhol's Frankenstein). 1974. Bryanston. Director: Paul Morrisey.

Young Frankenstein. 1974. Twentieth-Century Fox. Director: Mel Brooks.

Victor Frankenstein (U. S. title: Terror of Frankenstein). 1976. Aspekt Film (Sweden)/National Film Studios of Ireland. Starring Per Oscarsson as the Creature. Director: Calvin Floyd.

Frankenstein Unbound. 1990. Fox/Mount Company. Director: Roger Corman.

Frankenstein. 1993. David Wickes Production Company. Director: David Wickes. (made for television)

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. 1994. Tristar Pictures/American Zoetrope. Director: Kenneth Branagh.