Edit: I know "Frankenstein" isn't the name of the monster. Nobody has a bigger gripe with that than me. But titling the piece after the sequel movie makes the connection a hell of a lot easier for the common audience than "The Monster's Bride."
Frankenstein also did create the bride for his monster...so I'm pretty happy letting it stay "The Bride of Frankenstein."
I'm buying this print on payday, and while it will sit above Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany's, it will sit above and just to the left of a photograph of James Whale checking the Monster's makeup before a take.
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