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March 18, 2011


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Obviously none of the Universal Frankenstein films ever topped the first two, but I fully agree that "House" was an honest, well done effort, especially coming at a time when the enthusiasm for the first wave of Universal monsters was fading (within a few years they'd primarily be playing straight men for Abbott and Costello's routines).

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