Frederick Frankenstein Gene Wilder is a physician lecturer at an American medical school and engaged to the tightly wound socialite Elizabeth Madeline Kahn. He becomes exasperated when anyone brings up the subject of his grandfather, the infamous mad scientist.
The scene is set with a very spooky lab. The great cast and acting in Young Frankenstein is remarkable. What else can I say? Irony is a verbal or situational context involving outcomes thatare either unexpected, unanticipated, or actually the opposite ofwhat they should be.
So there is the "say one thing, do completely another thing" hypocritical nature that makes the scene very funny, and the scene is capped off by trademark Brooks absurdity--when it is all taken the extra mile.
I am not interested in death! This is how Brooks literally satirizes the object of his parody while playing with our expectations, and it makes for a wonderful joke.
Cast in a Victorian backdrop, the characters appear incongruous while dripping with sexual energy. That was the deal Gene Wilder had.
As the train departed, they touched elbows a substitute for a kissand he threw her an invisible kiss. A common misconception is that the creature Victor created wasnamed "Frankenstein.
Thunder and lightning crackled, and the terrified horses reared up and loudly neighed and whinnied. But for the most part here, it is all perfect satire. This film had everything - slapstick, farce, dirty or ribaldbawdy humor and irreverent satire.
He abandons his "creation" cursing him as a "daemon" and "wretch", not taking into account the repurcussions of his actions which lead to the death of the innocent Justine accused of killing William.
In spite of our mechanical magnificence, if it were not for this continuous stream of motor impulses, we would collapse like a bunch of broccoli. What Brooks does here, he does in all of his movies, but he just does it so damn well in Young Frankenstein.
Not the moster as is popular belief. While roaming the countryside, the Monster has frustrating encounters with a young girl and a blind hermit Gene Hackman.
What is situational irony? Moments before this, he had reminded his assistant to have the sedative for the monster ready, but when the monster attacked, Dr. The townspeople hunt for the monster. It is using jokes alone as the set up to even funnier jokes as the punch line in film that is consistently hilarious and ultimately rather touching.
I am Frau Blucher. Shelly would later claim that the actual idea of the story and themonster came to her in a dream in which she awoke and beheld interror the creature of Frankenstein at her bedside.
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The Doctor was in denial about his actual heritage as "the grandson of the famous Dr. A fisherman who is allergic to fish. The man with the metal box approached Dr. On the last gong, the coffin lid popped open, revealing the skeletal, dressed-up remains of the esteemed baron in rigor mortis: The visual intensity of those scenes is forever etched in our collective cinematic DNA.Young Frankenstein is a American comedy horror film directed by Mel Brooks and starring Gene Wilder as the title character, a descendant of the infamous Dr.
Victor Frankenstein, and Peter Boyle as the monster. Young Frankenstein is a American comedy film directed by Mel Brooks and starring Gene Wilder as the title character, a descendant of the infamous Dr.
Victor Frankenstein. The supporting cast includes Teri Garr, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman, Peter Boyle, Madeline Kahn, Kenneth Mars, Richard Haydn and Gene Hackman. Young Frankenstein () is one of writer-producer-director Mel Brooks' best films - a nostalgic, hilarious spoof-tribute to classic horror films (with its authentic black and white cinematography and production design/set decoration), and in particular, of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's classic.
Sep 12, · Victor Frankenstein is the main character in the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelly. Not the moster as is popular belief.
In fact, Young Frankenstein was shot in the same castle using the same lab equipment and props used in the original. Kenneth Strickfaden, the set designer who created the original equipment in James Whale's classic, gave Brooks the rights to use it.
mel brooks' young frankenstein Join us for the haunted tale with a comedic twist! When Dr. Frankenstein (that’s “Fronkenshteen”) learns he has inherited an estate in Transylvania, he begins to recreate his grandfather’s experiments.Download