Horror Scenes That I Love: Frankenstein and his Creation Put On The Ritz From Young Frankenstein


This scene from 1974’s Young Frankenstein is not only funny but kinda poignant and sad.  I mean, you can tell that the Monster (Peter Boyle) is trying so hard to do a good job and what does it get him?  Not only does the audience turn on him but even his creator (Gene Wilder) starts yelling at him.

I mean, considering that the Monster had only been alive for a few days, I think he deserves a lot of credit for handling the performance as well as could be expected!  To me, the true monsters in this scene are the theater patrons who apparently brought cabbages and other vegetables with them to the theater.  I mean, you don’t pack a salad unless you’re planning on using it.

The performers didn’t have a chance.

Enjoy!

 

One response to “Horror Scenes That I Love: Frankenstein and his Creation Put On The Ritz From Young Frankenstein

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