Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966) [Horror] [Western] [Weird Movie]

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Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966) [Horror] [Western] [Weird Movie]

Sometime in the early 1880s, Dr Frankenstein’s evil granddaughter Maria has moved to the American West with her brother Rudolph, in order to use the prairie lightning storms in her experiments on immigrant children snatched from a dying town. Maria is very much in charge, killing the children and replacing their brains with artificial ones, intending to revive them as her slaves. Rudolph however, is reluctant to help his sister, but is too afraid of her to do otherwise. After a number of failures (owing to Rudolph secretly poisoning the victims as soon as his sister revives them), they are finding it increasingly difficult to hide the trail of bodies. Down the road, Mañuel Lopez and his wife Nina decide to leave town with their daughter Juanita because of the frequent disappearances, the latest of which is that of their son. Two gunslingers come to town, Jesse James, the infamous outlaw, who has actually survived his reported killing on April 3, 1882, and Hank Tracy, a dimwitted brute that Jesse uses as his henchman. Meeting up with Butch Curry, the head of a local gang called The Wild Bunch, they join up with the intention of stealing $100,000 from the next stagecoach. However, a member of the gang, Butch's own brother Lonny, decides to go to the sheriff and let him know about the plot in exchange for becoming his deputy and claiming the reward for James' capture. As the robbery begins, the sheriff and his men shoot the two remaining members of the Wild Bunch and seriously wound Hank. Jesse and Hank escape and stop at the Lopez's campout to tend to Hank's wound and sleep until the morning. During the middle of the night, Juanita wakes up Jesse and Hank and leads them back to town to the Frankensteins' house to fix up Hank despite her parents forbidding her to back there. Maria agrees to help, and even covers for her guests when the sheriff and Lonny come around looking for them, but her actual plan is to use Hank as another one of her experiments. After a failed attempt to seduce Jesse, Maria sends him to the town pharmacist with a note, then begins operating on Hank, giving him an artificial new brain and bringing him back to life. Rudolph tries to poison Hank, now called Igor, but Maria this time catches him and orders her new monster to strangle her brother. Jesse gives the pharmacist the note from Maria, which actually reveals his identity, prompting the pharmacist to call the sheriff. The sheriff is out, but deputy Lonny decides to take on Jesse for the reward on his head. Jesse manages to escape, killing Lonny in the process. When he returns to the Frankensteins' house, Igor incapacitates him and ties him up. Realizing Jesse is in trouble, Juanita sends the sheriff to the house, where he finds Jesse and prepares to take him in. But Maria sends Igor to crush the sheriff. During the scuffle, Juanita frees Jesse and tries to escape. Maria orders Igor to go kill Juanita, but he strangles Maria instead and goes after Jesse. Juanita gets Jesse's gun and kills Igor. The next morning, as Jesse buries Hank, Juanita pleads with him to stay and live with her, but Jesse, knowing that he's a fugitive, rides off with the sheriff, who wasn't killed by Igor. --- Directed by William Beaudine, produced by Caroll Case, starring John Lupton, Narda Onyx, Estelita Rodriguez, Cal Bolder and Jim Davis. --- Source: Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 25 October 2016. Web. 19 November 2016. . If you like this movie and our channel, please subscribe:

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Roger Temple 25 days ago
Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter.(Western/Horror). A somewhat good movie,a low budget western meets horror film. Starring:(the cast performers have all been in many films & TV shows,and as regular cast members on TV shows as a main,supporting,&recurring cast members,if they appeared on any soap operas as main,recurring,or short term). John Lupton: B.1928,Highland Park,Ill. D.1993,W. Hollywood,L.A.,Ca. Reg. Roles: Broken Arrow(main:Tom Jeffords,1956-58,72,EPs.); Never Too Young(main:1965-66,114,EPs.); Days of our Lives(main:Dr. Thomas Tommy Horton,Jr.,1967-72,1975-79,678); the Young & the Restless(recurring:Everett Thornton,1980-81,115). Narda Onyx: B.1931,Bonn,Ger. D.1991,Ventura,Ca. R.R. never a series regular. Cal Bolder: B.1931,Elkhart,Kan. D.2005,Royal City,Wash. RR. never a series regular. Jim Davis: B.1909,Edgerton,MO. D.1981,Northridge,Ca. RR. Stories of the Century(main:Matt Clark,1954-55,39); the Silent Service(recurring::Lt./Comm. William J. Bill Ruhe,1957,12); Hondo(recurring:Did Krantz,1967,6); Rescue 8(main:Frmn. Wes Cameron,1958-60,74); the Cowboy's(main:Marshal Bill Winter,1974,12); Dallas(main:John Jock Ewing,1978-81,77). Estelita Rodriguez: B.1928,Guanajay,Cuba. D.1966,Van Nuys,Ca. RR. Never a series regular. Steven Geray: B.1904,Ingvar,Austria-Hungary(now Uzhhorod,Ukraine) D.1973,W.Hollywood,L.A.,Ca. RR.the George Burns & Gracie Allen Show(recurring:Gaston Brossard,1956,11); Make Room for Daddy(recurring:Dr. Herman very Hagen,1954-57,39). Rayford Barnes: B.1920,Whitesboro,Tx. D.2000,Santa Monica,Ca. RR. the Life & Legend of Wyatt Earp(recurring:Ike Clanton,1960-61,18). William Fawcett: B.1894,High Forest,Minn. D.1974,Sherman Oaks,Ca. RR. Duffy's Tavern(recurring:Clayton Martin,1954-55,31); the Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok(recurring:Dr.Harvey Doc Parker,1951-55,12); the Adventures of Rin Tin Tin(recurring:Marshal George Higgins,1954-57,45); Fury(main:Pete Willey,1955-60,116); Laramie(recurring:Ben,the train station attendant,1960-62,11). Nestor Paiva: B.1905,Fresno,Ca. D.Hollywood,L.A.,Ca. RR. Public Defender(recurring:Lou Powers,1954-55,14); Zorro(recurring:Teo Pacheco Gonzales,1957-61,41). Roger Creed: B.1915,Fulton,Ky, D.1997,N.Hollywood,L.A.,Ca. RR. Rosa Turich: B.1903,Tucson,Ariz. D.1998,Santa Ana,Ca. RR. Never a series regular. Felipe Turich: B.1898,Hidalgo,Mex. D.1992,Pacific Palisades,Ca. RR. Never a series regular. Fred Stromsoe: B.1930,Denver,Colo. D.1994,Culver City,L.A.,Ca. RR. Adam-12(recurring:Off. Jerry Woods,1971-75,65); Dallas(short term:Alex,the garage mechanic,1990,7). Dan White: B.1908,Falmouth,Fl. D.1980,Tampa,Fl. RR. Corky and White Shadow(recurring:Dpty. Jeff Scruggs,1956,22); Flipper(recurring:Capt.Joe Bender,1965,13) Page Slattery: B.1927,N.Y.C.,N.Y. D.1980,San Diego,Ca. RR. the Many Loves of Dobie Gillis(recurring:Moose McCullough,1959-60,21); Ripcord(recurring:Ace Brewster,1962,11). Mark Norton: B.1935,Modesto,Ca. D.1999,W. Hollywood,L.A.,Ca. RR. Never a series regular. Duke Fishman: B.1906,Manila,Philippines D.1977,Palm Springs,Ca. RR. Never a series regular. Herman Hack: B.1899,Panola,Ill. D.1967,Hollywood,L.A.,Ca. RR. Never a series regular. A Low Budget Western Horror film that is kind of slow on plot but,good on action,not the best but its still worth watching though. -🤔.🌐🏜🎃🌐.
RBM Channel 1 year ago
Thanks for sharing.
Timeless Classic Movies 1 year ago
Weired but interesting movie.