Which of these Frankenstein movies came out first?

Since 1910, just about every decade has had a slew of Frankenstein movies. Do you know which came first?

Frankenstein is one of the most recognizable titles in horror film history. The concept first hit the screen in 1910, and has had several remakes and nuances created since. 

The horror film became a horror series after the release of Frankenstein in 1931. The hype took off, launching a spree of sequels, adaptations and new creations of the creation himself. 

With such an abundance of Frankenstein movies since the early-Thirties, can you pick which of the following movies were released first? 

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Which of these Frankenstein movies came out first?

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Ready2go 3 months ago
6/9. Can you help me with bags. Soitenly, you take the blond and I'll get the one with the turban!
BenSobeleone 3 months ago
I really enjoy those Hammer Frankenstein films. Peter Cushing played an evil EVIL Dr. Frankenstein! The classic b/w Universal Frankenstein films also my favorite. Another Frankenstein film that I found interesting was the TNT network made-for-cable film from the 1990s, the one with Patrick Bergen as Dr. Frankenstein, Randy Quaid as the creature and John Mills as the blind man.
oldmoe51 3 months ago
I need to call it a day on quiz’s I’m not doing very well 4/9
ClassicTVnut 3 months ago
3/9. I think I need Dr. Frankenstein to find me a better brain.
McGillahooala 3 months ago
6/9. Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is my favorite movie.
Mac2Nite 3 months ago
6/9... guessed on several. Was never a fan of the later films... classics only for this lady 😉👍
royleon 3 months ago
I just thought I knew my Frankenstein movies. I got 5 of the 9 wrong so much for Mr. Know it all me. Lol
dmirarh 3 months ago
You got 4 out of 9, Nailed it!!!
Wendy57 3 months ago
4/9
My stitches unraveled quite a bit on this one.
FIRE BAAAAD !! 🔥
Smitty65 3 months ago
Bride of Frankenstein is my favorite one.
djw1120 Smitty65 3 months ago
My favorite was "Young Frankenstein" by Mel Brooks with Gene Hackman as the blind man trying to serve soup to the monster and then lighting his thumb on fire instead of his cigar.
dmirarh Smitty65 3 months ago
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. I like all those Abbott and Costello
ClassicTVnut djw1120 3 months ago
I totally agree! Love that movie. Marty Feldman was hilarious as were all of them.
ClassicTVnut djw1120 3 months ago
And pours hot soup on the monster's lap! Hilarious!
ClassicTVnut djw1120 3 months ago
And Peter Boyle as the Monster! Fantastic!
MalachiCrunch 3 months ago
4/9
I've seen a few of those, unfortunately none of them were matched up together.
gooberdan 3 months ago
9 out of 9! Funky Frankenstein!!!!
SheriHeffner 3 months ago
7 out of 9. I didn't see the two I missed
skipzeleny 3 months ago
Watched Shock Theater with "Marvin" as the host back in Chicago as a kid during the 1950s and loved all the old black and white Frankenstein movies (Wolf Man and Dracula movies also). Still love the fantastic use of lighting and shadows in those old ones. My favorite comedy movie is Young Frankenstein ... have watched that maybe 40 or 50 times but who's counting.

musicman37 skipzeleny 3 months ago
You must be a youngster. I've watched "Young Frankenstein" at least 200 times. I can "perform" the entire movie, dialogue and all, from memory.
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