Part of the center’s Vintage Movie Night program, the movie stars Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Ernest Thesiger and Elsa Lanchester and is a sequel to the 1931 film “Frankenstein, which also featured Karloff.
Director James Whale and Karloff were hesitant to do “The Bride of Frankenstein,” but it proved to be “one of the greatest sequels of all time,” according to Grayson. “It is one of the best horror films made by Universal.”
The film will be preceded by the spoof “The Bride of Finkelstein.”
Admission is $5, concessions $1. Info: 327-7135.
Information on Grayson’s work is available at www.drfilm.net/blog.