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Old September 25 2010, 03:09 PM   #4
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Re: 1931 Frankenstein....

Also, unlike the original film, Bride actually has a musical score. In 1931, they hadn't yet developed the means to dub additional audio tracks onto film, so there was no music unless it was performed live on the set. By the time of the second film, the technology had advanced to the point that music could be tracked onto a film, and Bride of Frankenstein boasts a classic, famous score by Franz Waxman, which was reused in the Buster Crabbe Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers adventure serials.
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