Frankenstein (1931): Horror classic in which an obsessed scientist assembles a living being from parts of exhumed corpses.: Frederick Kerr may not have portrayed the mad scientist in the 1931 movie Frankenstein. None the less his role as the father of the destructive scientist was still apparent. On October 11, 1858 Frederick Kerr was born only for him to make his mark on horror movie history.

Henry Frankenstein is obsessed with raising the dead from the grave. After collecting all the elements that he needs, he is able to resurrect the body of a man. However, his assistant Igor accidentally grabbed a jar that said “abnormal brain.” When Igor pushes the monster too far, he kills Igor. Throughout the rest of the film Henry learns that he has played one time too many with the dead leading him to take on the task of killing the monster once and for all. After his fiancee is attacked, Henry is able to stop the monster in the windmill after a fire breaks out. With the townspeople happy, the monster is dead. Or is he?

Baron Frankenstein had a small role in this film. However, Frederick Kerr was able to bring to life the father of the mad scientist. On October 11, 1858 Frederick Kerr was born with the life of acting ahead of him.


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