By Howard Schroeder, Ian Thorne, Curt Siodmak
Adapted from the Screenplay "Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman" by way of Curt Siodman.
A werewolf who needs to be published from his curse and die visits Frankenstein's ruined citadel to profit the secrets and techniques of lifestyles and dying.
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