Wednesday, October 10, 2007

"Don't Call Me Ygor!"

Dwight Iliff Frye (February 22, 1899 – November 7, 1943) was an American stage and screen actor, noted for his appearances in the classic horror films Dracula, Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and The Invisible Man.

For more information on Dwight Frye, his life and his movies, check Wikipedia, the free Encylcopedia.

Dwight Frye - Grave Robbers (Frankenstein - 1931)



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Dwight Frye - Abnormal Brain (Frankenstein - 1931)



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Dwight Frye - Preparing for Life (Frankenstein - 1931)



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"Coming Master!"

From the original 1931 Universal release of the movie Frankenstein comes this 12 inch figure of Dwight Frye as Fritz. He was Dr. Frankenstein's hunchbacked lab assistant. You might remember that it was his fault that the Monster had such a terrible temper. Fritz went to steal a 'normal brain' and came back with an 'abnormal brain'.

Sideshow Collectibles produced this figure and it is now out of production and hard to find.

This figure has over 20 points of articulation and features the likeness of Dwight Frye. It comes with a highly detailed cloth outfit, a brain with jar (label says NORMAL BRAIN), short walking stick and stone textured foot base.

A collector could not go wrong with this addition to their collection for the low price of $40.00. It has sold for much more on eBay.

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