Frankenstein (1931)

Fritz Steals the Brain

Fritz (Dwight Frye) breaks into Dr. Waldman’s (Edward Van Sloan) classroom and steals the brain of a criminal after dropping the pristine brain.

Directed by James Whale.

Released in 1931 by Universal.

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  • character-type: Assistant
  • character-type: Henchmen
  • character-type: Scientist
  • character-type: Teacher
  • action: Steal
  • action: Teach
  • editors-choice: Licensable Clips
  • primary-genre: Horror
  • primary-genre: Classics
  • secondary-genre: Frankenstein
  • secondary-genre: Classic Horror Movies
  • secondary-genre: Classics
  • mood: Mind-Bending
  • setting: College
  • setting: School
  • theme: Accuracy
  • theme: Failure
  • theme: Consequences
  • theme: Accountability
  • actor: Edward Van Sloan
  • actor: Dwight Frye
  • director: James Whale
  • producer: Carl Laemmle Jr.
  • producer: E.M. Asher
  • cinematographer: Arthur Edeson
  • cinematographer: Paul Ivano
  • composer: Bernhard Kaun
  • editor: Clarence Kolster
  • role-name: Dr. Waldman
  • role-name: Fritz
  • screenwriter: Francis Edward Faragoh
  • screenwriter: John Russell
  • screenwriter: Garrett Fort
  • screenwriter: Peggy Webling
  • screenwriter: Robert Florey
  • screenwriter: John L. Balderston
  • screenwriter: Richard Schayer
  • year: 1931
  • studio: Universal