"Young Frankenstein"

Young Frankenstein may very well be the funniest movie ever made. Filmed in black & white to capture the authenticity of the classic Frankenstein films of the 1930s and 40s, it perfectly skewered the genre.

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Blücher!

Blücher!
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Frau Blücher (played by Cloris Leachman) and the strange reaction horses had when her name was spoken aloud....

Dignity and Grace

Dignity and Grace
As Frederick said, just before trying to strangle his creature: "If science teaches us anything, it teaches us to accept our failures, as well as our successes, with quiet dignity and grace."

No Escaping Destiny

No Escaping Destiny
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Frederick's final acceptance that he was destined to follow in his grandfather's footsteps. "Destiny! Destiny! No escaping that for me!"

Ixnay on the Ottenray

Ixnay on the Ottenray
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Igor's reaction as the Monster got upset when Frederick called his new brain rotten. Ixnay on the ottenray!

Seda-GIVE?

Seda-GIVE?
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Frederick's reaction when Igor misunderstood his pantomimed request for a sedative to tame the monster and thought he wanted a seda-give instead.

Put the Candle Back!

Put the Candle Back!
Fans of Young Frankenstein will remember what Frederick managed to gasp out to Inga when squished by a revolving secret door. Put... the candle... back!

Schwanzstucker

Schwanzstucker
Fans of Young Frankenstein will remember that all of the monster's body parts were enlarged, meaning that he had an "enormous schwanzstucker" as well. Do you have an enormous schwanzstucker?

Schwanzstucker (2)

Schwanzstucker (2)
Fans of Young Frankenstein know how important it is to have an enormous "schwanzstucker", even though it's not a real German word. Or is it? "Ich habe ein ENORMES schwanzstucker!"

There, Wolf!

There, Wolf!
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Igor's response when he heard Fredrick say "werewolf" -- "There, wolf. There, castle." Sorry, I thought you wanted to talk that way....

It's Pronounced

It's Pronounced "Eye-gor"
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Igor's reaction to hearing how Dr. Frankenstein pronounced his name as "Fronkenstein". Apparently, Igor is pronounced "Eye-gor"....

Elevate Me!

Elevate Me!
Fans of Young Frankenstein will recall the good Doctor's instruction to his lovely assistant, Inga (played by Teri Garr) to elevate him. To which, of course, Inga replied, "Now? Right here?"

What Hump?

What Hump?
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Igor (played by Marty Feldman) and his strange hump that kept changing position. When asked about it, his response was, "Hump? What Hump?"

Taffeta, Darning!

Taffeta, Darning!
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly remember the good Doctor's fiancee, Elizabeth (played by Madeline Kahn) and her response when Frederic tried to caress her lovingly. Taffeta, darling!

What Knockers!

What Knockers!
Fans of Young Frankenstein will fondly recall Frederick's reaction upon seeing the truly enormous knockers -- on the castle door!


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