I was a Teenage Frankenstein: This drive-in classic comes to us via the Samuel Z. Arkoff and James H. Nicholson film factory at American International. Schlock film master Herman Cohen is the producer. Whit Bissell is Frankenstein, a descendant of the original mad doctor. After giving a controversial series of lectures on his radical theories, Frankenstein retreats to absolute isolation, and works on his experiment. Yep, you guessed it. He is sewing together body parts in his lab. Phyllis Coates, sometime Lois Lane, plays Dr. Frankenstein's love interest. When she demands too much of his attention, down the chute she goes into the jaws of the alligator. Instead of the usual vat of bubbling acid, this mad doctor has an alligator pond deep under his house. He uses this handy device to get rid of extra body parts and other scraps. A car accident produces a deformed teenager that serves as the focal point of Dr. Frank's dark science. At one point, the kid with the monstrous face leaves the lab and roams the neighborhood. He commits the obligatory murder of the blond in the negligee, and returns home hanging his deformed head. After more surgery, he gets Gary Conway's face. Not his head, mind you, just his grafted on face. Some viewers may recall Conway as Gene Barry's young sidekick in the "Burke's Law" TV series. One of the all time great moments in B horror flicks occurs when Dr. Frankenstein says, "Speak! You've got a civil tongue in your head. I know you have because I sewed it back myself." Unintentionally hilarious in places, it will please die-hard fans of old, schlock horror flicks. Although not a sequel, it is a companion piece to the legendary "I Was a Teenage Werewolf." I was a Teenage Werewolf: Put out by the same peopel who brought you Teenage Frankenstein, a troubled teenager (Michael Landon) seeks help through hypnotherapy, but his evil doctor uses him for regression experiments that transform him into a rampaging werewolf. A true cult classic uncut from the fifties that still stands even today as a great werewolf film. This 2 dvd set is on region 0 discs, comes with artwork, case , sealed in plastic, and is brand new.