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Here is a clip you can use for reference for the Frankenstein’s Monster/Creature question. Interesting fact, this clip is from a movie (Frankenstein Meets

Here is a clip you can use for reference for the Frankenstein’s Monster/Creature question. Interesting fact, this clip is from a movie (Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman) that became a reference for so many depictions of the monster/creature in later depictions and how many (mis)understand the character, such as with the groans instead of speech and the walking with the hands out. That was introduced in this film. 

However, I should say just base your response on this depiction in the clip I posted below itself because some of the behind the scenes and intended aspects of the depiction will muddle things up a bit (his groans are because the actor’s dialogue made people laugh and he walks with his arms out because he is supposed to be blind, which they don’t mention in the movie). Interesting fact part 2, the actor is Bela Lugosi who is also known as the original Universal Studios depiction of Dracula, meaning his depictions of the two “monters” (Dracula and Frankenstein) have shaped how most people think of these characters.

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