Directors: Jules Bass & Arthur Rankin Jr.
Release date: 1972
This was a cartoon sequel to the 1967 stop motion animation Mad Monster Party? - ish… I say ish because whilst it featured a cornucopia of monsters and was part directed by Jules Bass it actually is about building a bride for the Frankenstein Monster and the subsequent wedding, whilst the monster already had a partner in the earlier animation.
It also features voice actors (mainly Allen Swift as the monsters, with Bob McFadden voicing Baron Frankenstein). This gave the thing a more generic cartoon feel. Of course, they couldn’t get Karloff back to voice the Baron, as by the time this was produced he had, sadly, passed on, but I have to say that I hated the Baron’s voice through this.
|Dracula with Norman|
|Dracula and son|
Not brilliant. 3 out of 10.
The imdb page is here.