February 5, 2009

Updates

On occasion, I’ll update an old post if I come up with new and relevant information. Here are a couple of recent fixes…

• I found a wonderful snapshot of Famous Monsters editor Forry Ackerman and cover artist Basil Gogos posing with the original artwork for the Boris Karloff Tribute issue that I featured a couple of posts back, on February 2.

Go look!

Frankensteinia friend and guest blogger Marc Berezin — who wrote a fascinating review of the 1968 British ITV adaptation of Frankenstein with Ian Holm — reports that the episode, up ‘til now available only as a bootleg tape, is being officially released on DVD come March 23.

Here’s the Amazon UK link.


4 comments:

Max the drunken severed head said...

The release of the '68 Ian Holm FRANKENSTEIN is wonderful news!

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Max the drunken severed head said...

I've seen the DRACULA (on a bootleg dvd-r sent as a gift) and it was pretty good! Of all people, Denholm Elliot was the Count, but he was fine in the part.

Anonymous said...

Here are details about the DVD relaese:
http://www.networkdvd.net/product_info.php?products_id=866