Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein: The Quiz!

Jeepers! The creepers are after Bud & Lou!

 

Uh-oh! This is one monster mash we wouldn't be caught DEAD in!

Can you save the day and help out the comedy duo by correctly answering these trivia questions? Or will you all be doomed to an eternity of anguish as Dracula turns you into a vampire?!

Find out here, with the following quiz. Grab some garlic and a crucifix, and don't forget to lock your doors. Good luck! Be sure to share your thoughts and your score in the comments section below! OOooOOOoooooOOOoooooooo!

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  1. Abbott and Costello don't JUST meet Frankenstein. From the following list, which monster isn't in this movie?
  2. What does Dracula want from our heroes?
  3. Who directed this picture, anyhow?
  4. This movie marked which actor's final movie with a major studio?
  5. Which animation legend contributed to Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein?
  6. This was the final Universal film to feature Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula, and The Wolf Man until...
  7. Who plays Frankenstein's monster in this movie?
  8. Dracula uses which name as an alias?
  9. Which of these actresses was NOT in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein?
  10. Although he remained uncredited, who provided the voice for the Invisible Man in the final shot?

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein: The Quiz!

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67 Comments

HopeDuchaine 7 months ago
Darn, 5/10. I have to slow down when I answer these questions.
KevinGIJOE 8 months ago
Actually, Glenn Strange AND Lon Chaney Jr played the Frankenstein monster. Strange tripped over cables near the climax of the operating room scene. Chaney, who had previous experience in the monster costume and makeup, did some scenes as the monster.
John 8 months ago
Abbott and Costello truly great comedy team
jackbennyfan 8 months ago
I really like Abbott and Costello. Watched there movies all the time.
jackbennyfan 8 months ago
I missed two. Didn't know those women at all.






















































































I missed two. I didn't know those women. Loved Abbott and Costello.
Shadowlovesme 8 months ago
9/10 - I don’t know any of the actresses names.
BradBeall 8 months ago
I can't be the only person here who can't stand Abbot & Costello. I honestly can't see how they ever got to be even a marginally successful comedy act, let alone one of the biggest ones in show business back in the day. To me, Abbot comes off as a bully... always making Lou do anything that he doesn't want to do, slapping him, and always being unkind. On the other hand, Lou comes off as a feeble minded screw-up, who would do well by taking a few classes in self defense and assertiveness training. Watching them together does little more than frustrate me and make me wonder "how can anyone think this is funny?" I'm sure some of you will roast me for this little rant, but I'm standing firm. Do I have anyone who agrees?
George58 BradBeall 8 months ago
I tend to agree with you. I'm not a big fan of them either. I don't think they're that funny (my opinion). I much prefer Laurel & Hardy. Now THEY were funny.
Shadowlovesme BradBeall 8 months ago
Kind of like a 3 Stooges-Lite version. A comedy styling of the time perhaps, slapstick.
jackbennyfan BradBeall 8 months ago
Yes Abbott was mean but so was Moe.
Tresix jackbennyfan 2 months ago
Moe accused Costello of ripping off Curly. I wonder how he felt about Shemp working with them.
TSeym22 8 months ago
6/10 I expected to do better and would have if the questions had been about the movie and not actors and directors, etc.
dodgebob 8 months ago
2/10, you'd think I'd feel worse, I could go for a glass of red wine, won't you join me.
MichaelPowers 8 months ago
Glenn Strange accidentally fractured his ankle in the laboratory scene. He threw stuntwoman Helen Thurston at the breakaway window but she rolled back and bowled him over. She got some of the candy glass in her eye and Strange hurt his ankle when he lunged to catch her. Lon Chaney put on the Frankenstein monster makeup and finished the scene. Strange completed his later scenes with a cast hidden under his costume.
dodgebob MichaelPowers 8 months ago
You tell it as if you were there, curious.
George58 8 months ago
7/10 Who is Jane Randolph? I know of Joyce Randolph from the "Honeymooners".
Vampirecircus1 8 months ago
8 of 10. Van Helsing and who is Jane Randolph I know Joyce. The other 2 girls I have seen especially Evelyn.
forthekids 8 months ago
It's too bad that Lonnie Chaney,Jr. didn't change his opinion of the film..to the day that he died in the summer of 1973. He hated "A&C Meet Frankenstein".
forthekids 8 months ago
Originally? Lou Costello didn't want to appear in this film..he thought that it wasn't funny and it didn't give him and Bud Abbott a chance to perform..any comedy dialogue skits in it. But? A raise in salary..which would help repay their debts to The IRS(Which were incured by the crooked business managers, tax accounts and bookkeepers under the boys' employe)encouraged them to do the film..and at the premiere..Lou's Mom..Mrs.Helen (Lolly)Cristillo told him"It's the best thing that you've ever done"..Finally convinced him and Bud..that this is the film..for which they will always be remembered.
forthekids 8 months ago
The first time that I saw this classic horror film spoof(The ending)..was on "Comedy Showcase"on WNEW TV Ch.5 in NYC on a saturday afternoon..back in the early 1960's.Later..I watched the full movie on"The Mad,Mad,Mad,Mad Movie"on WABC TV Ch.7 in NYC..on a saturday morning..a few years later.
rvoyttbots 8 months ago
Huh? THE MONSTER SQUAD was released in 1987 & VAN HELSING in 2004. So wouldn`t the answer be THE MONSTER SQUAD?
DeputyWarren rvoyttbots 8 months ago
The only one I missed...They said 'Universal film'. "Monster Squad" was offered to Universal, but they passed on it and Tri-Star produced it. Smart move, as Monster Squad flopped.
Tresix DeputyWarren 2 months ago
A flop, eh? I rather liked it myself. I saw it on a twin bill with “Masters of the Universe”. I liked that one too.
dmirarh 8 months ago
3 out of 10. NAILED IT
DeputyWarren dmirarh 8 months ago
The Pride is back... :)
Tommygunz 8 months ago
Got 10/10 I made my escape, but I saw what I saw, when I saw it.
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