1931: Dracula, Frankenstein and the origin of Universal Horror
by One Hundred Years of Cinema
One Hundred Years of Cinema explores how the first sound horror films, Todd Browning’s Dracula and James Whale’s Frankenstein, both released in 1931, changed the cinema landscape, creating the bedrock of Universal Horror and launching a series of classic movie monsters.
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