Gene Wilder’s character in Young Frankenstein (1974) was Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, pronounced “FRONK-ensteen.”
- What was the mummy’s name in The Mummy (1932)? The mummy's name was Im-Ho-Tep, aka Ardeth Bey, played by Boris Karloff. In the four sequels that followed, The Mummy's Hand (1940), The Mummy's Tomb (1942), The Mummy's Ghost (1944), and The Mummy's…
- When did the “Dead End Kids” become the “East Side Kids”? In 1940, when producer Sam Katzman brought some of the kids to Monogram Pictures. The kids (who eventually included Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Bobby Jordan, Billy Halop, and others) had started out as…
- In what company did Robert Morse rise to the top in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1967)? Window washer Morse conquered the Worldwide Wicket Co., owned by Rudy Vallee in the movie How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
- What part does director Roman Polanski play in his film Repulsion (1965)? Roman Polanski played a spoons player in his film Repulsion (1965). Polanski also played the man with the knife who cuts Jack Nicholson's nostril in his film Chinatown (1974).
- How many wives did Cary Grant have? Cary Grant had five wives: Virginia Cherrill, Barbara Hutton, Betsy Drake, Dyan Cannon, and Barbara Harris.