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   <div class="large-6 columns">'''[[/Review|Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter]]''' ([[:Category:1965|1965]], [[:Category:USA|USA]]) is a [[:Category:Science Fiction|Sci-Fi]] film directed by William Beaudine.
 
   <div class="large-6 columns">'''[[/Review|Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter]]''' ([[:Category:1965|1965]], [[:Category:USA|USA]]) is a [[:Category:Science Fiction|Sci-Fi]] film directed by William Beaudine.
 
*'''Contents''': [[/Review|Film Review]] | [[/DVD|Available DVDs]] | [[Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1965)|Poster Art]] | [[/Press Kit|Press Kit]]
 
*'''Contents''': [[/Review|Film Review]] | [[/DVD|Available DVDs]] | [[Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1965)|Poster Art]] | [[/Press Kit|Press Kit]]
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*'''Featured in''': [[Chilling Classics 50 Movie Pack]] | [[Chilling Classics: 50 Movie Pack]]
 
*'''Featured on''': [[TCM Underground]]
 
*'''Featured on''': [[TCM Underground]]
 
*'''Related Links''': [[Billy the Kid vs. Dracula]]
 
*'''Related Links''': [[Billy the Kid vs. Dracula]]

Latest revision as of 17:28, 23 January 2021

Main Details

  • Released in 1965
  • Color
  • Running Time: 88 min | USA:83 min (DVD)
  • Production Co: Circle Productions
  • Distribution Co: Embassy Pictures Corporation (1966) (USA) (theatrical) | International Film Distributors (1966) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Directed by William Beaudine
  • Written by Carl K. Hittleman
  • Starring John Lupton, Narda Onyx, Estelita Rodriguez, Cal Bolder, Jim Davis, Steven Geray, Rayford Barnes, William Fawcett
  • Produced by Carroll Case
  • Original Music by Raoul Kraushaar
  • Cinematography by Lothrop B. Worth

Synopsis

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter is a low-budget western/horror hybrid film released in 1966, in which a fictionalized version of the real-life western outlaw Jesse James encounters the fictional granddaughter (the movie's title notwithstanding) of the famous Dr. Frankenstein. The film was originally released as part of a double feature with Billy the Kid vs. Dracula in 1966. Both films were shot in eight days at Corriganville Movie Ranch and at Paramount Studios in mid 1965; both were the final feature films of director William Beaudine. The films were produced by television producer Carroll Case for Joseph E. Levine. (Wikipedia)

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