The Bride of Frankenstein, released in 1935, was the first sequel to Frankenstein, and was also directed by James Whale. Boris Karloff reprised his role as The Monster and the bride was played by Elsa Lanchester, another Londoner, who had studied dance in Paris under Isadora Duncan. The makeup was done by Jack Pierce, who shortened the Monster's hair from the 1931 film.
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