Lee and Daniel cover some more James Whale this week as they look at "Bride of Frankenstein" (1935). The conversation centers around Whale's very measured changes to tone compared to the first film, and how he still managed to be subversive under the the Hays Code. Other topics: performances; being threatened by a goose; the Monster smoking up and getting drunk; and some background on Homunculi, and just who Doctor Pretorius would need to jerk off in order to make them. Listener comments are also covered.
Featured Music: "The Bride Of Frankenstein (Main Title)" by Franz Waxman & "Love is Strange" by Ian and Sylvia.