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This kitschy 1967 Rankin/Bass stop-motion puppet musical extravaganza starred the vocal talents of Boris Karloff as “Baron Boris von Frankenstein,” but he had many notable assists, including Phyllis Diller as “the Monster’s Mate” and the versatile Allen Swift (best-known for his work on Underdog) as a whole raft of characters, including humans who sound a lot like Jimmy Stewart and Peter Lorre, as well as the Werewolf, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, the Invisible Man, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and, of course, Count Dracula. Swift also played the Count in Rankin/Bass’ similarly goofy 1972 made-for-TV follow-up, Mad, Mad, Mad Monsters.



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