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Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1965)

Front Cover Actor
Narda Onyx Dr. Maria Frankenstein
Jim Davis Marshal MacPhee
John Lupton Jesse James
Estelita Rodriguez Juanita Lopez (as Estelita)
Cal Bolder Hank Tracy/Igor
Steven Geray Dr. Rudolph Frankenstein
Rayford Barnes Lonny Curry
William Fawcett Jensen, the pharmacist
Nestor Paiva Saloon Owner
Roger Creed Butch Curry
Movie Details
Genre Comedy; Horror; Sci-Fi; Western
Director William Beaudine
Producer Carroll Case
Writer Carl Hittleman; Carl K. Hittleman
Studio Gotham
Language English
Audience Rating NR
Running Time 85 mins
Country USA
Color Color
IMDb Rating 2.5
Residing in an eerie hilltop mansion are Dr. Maria Frankenstein and her brother Rudolph, conducting the same bizarre and deadly artificial brain transplant experiments that forced them to flee their European homeland.

In a nearby town, the legendary Jesse James and his companion, Hank Tracy, are caught in a gunfight that leaves Hank seriously wounded. Jesse brings back the only nearby doctor...the sinister Maria Frankenstein. Hank will be the perfect subject for her next experiment and Jesse the perfect target of her romantic desires. She successfully transplants an artificial brain into the skull of Hank, transforming him into a monstrous creature named Igor.

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter was half of an infamous double feature that included Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula with John Carradine. Notorious for their low budgets, outlandish scripts and over-the-top performances, these films uniquely (if crudely) combined the horror and western genres for popular runs as kiddie matinees and Saturday morning TV horror movie shows. Over the years, these colorful and genuinely fun fright flicks have developed an avid following among bad movie lovers. This cowboys/Indians/monsters potpourri was directed by William Beaudine, who began his career in the silent era assisting D.W. Griffith. Beaudine churned out a long list of low budge movies, including several East Side Kids films, The Ape Man (1946) and Bela Lugosi Meets A Brooklyn Gorilla (1952). Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (actually his granddaughter if you follow the plot) was Beaudine's last film and also features actor Jim Davis, who later went on to fame in the TV series Dallas. John Lupton is best remembered for his co-starring role with Michael Ansara in the 1956 series Broken Arrow.

**Please be advised that while a great effort is made in restoring these films in their entirety, portions which have been destroyed beyond repair may have been edited out.**
Product Details
Edition Movie-Only Edition
Format DVD
Region Region
Screen Ratio Standard 1.33:1 Color
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
UPC (Barcode) 089218444790
Release Date 7/27/04
Packaging Keep Case
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Features Not Specified

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