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Classic Frankenstein Triple Box Set: Frankenstein / Bride of Frankenstein / House of Frankenstein (DVD) - £5.99 @ Amazon
Classic Frankenstein Triple Box Set: Frankenstein / Bride of Frankenstein / House of Frankenstein (DVD) - £5.99 @ Amazon

Classic Frankenstein Triple Box Set: Frankenstein / Bride of Frankenstein / House of Frankenstein (DVD) - £5.99 @ Amazon

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# Actors: Basil Rathbone, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Mae Clarke, Colin Clive
# Directors: Rowland V. Lee, James Whale
# Format: Box set, PAL
# Language English
# Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
# Number of discs: 3
# Classification: PG
# Studio: Universal Pictures UK
# DVD Release Date: 4 Jun 2007
# Run Time: 234 minutes

12 Comments

Thanks for posting, love these old b&w horrors

mod

Got this - fab - but the three discs are just in a single DVD case.

That reminds me...must ring the mother in law

Banned

Was gonna order but watching horror films gives me chronic wind

Banned

Batman2

This is the version I got from HMV a few years back for £27.99 Universal … This is the version I got from HMV a few years back for £27.99 Universal Monsters Legacy Collection . Still not opened it yet, the price on this has sky rocketed as it is no longer available.It's £184 on [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FDVD%2FDVD%2F4-%2F183160%2FUniversal-Monsters-Legacy-Collection-Box-Set%2FProduct.html]Play.com[/url] and £239 on [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FMonster-Legacy-DVD-Collection%2Fdp%2FB0002W11TU]AmazonUK[/url].



And what point exactly are you trying to make?

great price - thanks

zekespah

And what point exactly are you trying to make?



That it's a good collection as I have it also, but in the complete collection.

Voted Hot as well, so draw your own conclusions.

What the fcuk's the point of purchasing and not opening the box set? you might as well make the most of it when you can still breath - life's too short to concern yourself over a non event. It's hardly going to make you rich anyway, especially not keeping it locked up until doomsday.

*cobra*

What the fcuk's the point of purchasing and not opening the box set? you … What the fcuk's the point of purchasing and not opening the box set? you might as well make the most of it when you can still breath - life's too short to concern yourself over a non event. It's hardly going to make you rich anyway, especially not keeping it locked up until doomsday.



When you work for a living then you usually find there are not enough hours in the day to simply sit in front of the TV watching films. I have a massive DVD collection that I started when DVD first came out and a small percentage of them I have not had the time to watch yet, it's nothing done on purpose, but you can see from just this site the amount of great deals that come up, you would have to clone yourself just too keep up to date.

Batman2

This is the version I got from HMV a few years back for £27.99 Universal … This is the version I got from HMV a few years back for £27.99 Universal Monsters Legacy Collection . Still not opened it yet, the price on this has sky rocketed as it is no longer available.It's £184 on [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FDVD%2FDVD%2F4-%2F183160%2FUniversal-Monsters-Legacy-Collection-Box-Set%2FProduct.html]Play.com[/url] and £239 on [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FMonster-Legacy-DVD-Collection%2Fdp%2FB0002W11TU]AmazonUK[/url].



Woah, didn't realise that it was worth so much now. I too bought it like you a while back for that price, and it's a great set. Thanks for posting, would not have noticed otherwise.

Haven't had the chance to go through all of the films in it, but this Frankenstein box looks to be the best part of the set, so £5.99 is a very good price indeed.


Edited by: "PhoenixAsh" 16th Mar 2011

Batman2

When you work for a living then you usually find there are not enough … When you work for a living then you usually find there are not enough hours in the day to simply sit in front of the TV watching films. I have a massive DVD collection that I started when DVD first came out and a small percentage of them I have not had the time to watch yet, it's nothing done on purpose, but you can see from just this site the amount of great deals that come up, you would have to clone yourself just too keep up to date.



I kinda know what you mean. Unless I win the lottery and don't actually have to leave my house, it's going to take me a long time to watch all the discs I got, that have came up really cheap on here
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