As time went on, there weren’t as many choice roles available to the veteran actor. Being a little less particular about the parts he played allowed him to keep working regularly.
In La Figlia di Frankenstein (Frankenstein’s Daughter), released in English as Lady Frankenstein, Joseph Cotten contributed a measure of class, marginal marquee value, and roughly 30 minutes of screen time.
Early on, Cotten, as Baron Frankenstein, is crunched by his goofy-looking, bubble-domed Monster. His daughter steps up and continues his experiments, doffing her clothes along the way. This was to be expected as the role was played by cult-movie bombshell Rosalba Neri (billed in the US as “Sarah Bay”).
Besides Neri, always eminently watchable, and a palpable Hammer Films influence, this one's for unrepentant B-Movie enthusiasts and 70’s Eurosleaze connoiseurs only.
The film is Public Domain and googling will turn up several free download sites. I recommend Video with Bibi’s Lady Frankenstein page.