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Lanchester studied dance as a child and after the First World War began performing in theatre and cabaret, where she established her career over the following decade. She met the actor Charles Laughton in , and they were married two years later. Her success in American films resulted in the couple moving to Hollywood , where Lanchester played small film roles. Her role as the title character in Bride of Frankenstein brought her recognition. She played supporting roles through the s and s. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Come to the Stable and Witness for the Prosecution , the last of twelve films in which she appeared with Laughton.
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The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
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Take a step back into the era of classic horror with this FilmCells presentation. This special edition framed collectible features Elsa Lanchester as the Bride of Frankenstein's Monster, and contains five clips of real 35m film from the movie. Each officially licensed FilmCells presentation is made with careful attention to detail. It is double matted, placed in a quality frame, and contains an acrylic front and back that allows natural light to enhance the film frames. This is all put together to bring you a collectible that looks great in any room. Each piece of film is hand-cut from reels to provide you with the best possible scenes to offer a unique and varied product. The film strip portrayed in the image above is only an example of the film cells you may receive.
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The Bride of Frankenstein
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Starring Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester. Directed by James Whale. Not rated. At the Castro.