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|"Frankenstein"||October 5th, 2004||Kevin Connor||Mark Kruger|
|Frankenstein is a television miniseries that adapts the original 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley. It was directed by Kevin Connor with a screenplay by Mark Kruger. It was produced by Hallmark Entertainment in association with RTL2 and aired on the Hallmark Channel in two installments on October 5th-6th, 2004. Moreso than any of it's predecessors, the Hallmark version of Frankenstein is very faithful to Mary Shelley's novel and stars Alec Newman as the ambitious young Swiss scientist Doctor Victor Frankenstein. Luke Goss (Blade II) plays Doctor Frankenstein's sympathetic creation, referred to only as the Creature. Supporting cast members include Julie Delpy as Victor's mother, Caroline Frankenstein, Nicole Lewis as his wife Elizabeth, Monika Hilmerová as the unfortunate maid servant Justine Moritz, William Hurt as Professor Waldman and Donald Sutherland as Captain Walton.|
|"Frankenstein"||October 10th, 2004||Marcus Nispel||John Shiban|
|Frankenstein is an American television movie of the sci-fi/thriller subgenre. It is a loose adaptation of the novel Frankenstein: Prodigal Son, written by famed horror author Dean Koontz, which borrows from the seminal 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus by Mary Shelley. The film was directed by Marcus Nispel with a screenplay written by John Shiban. It premiered on the USA Network on Sunday, October 10th, 2004 at 9:00 pm EST/8:00 pm Central. The telemovie was conceived as a potential pilot for a series, but was not viewed favorably by network executives, so no future projects ever went into production. Dean Koontz's Frankenstein stands as a Gothic reinvention of Shelley's concepts, bringing the characters of Doctor Victor Frankenstein and his creation to the modern world of present-day New Orleans. The film stars Parker Posey as NOPD detective Carson O'Conner who reluctantly teams up with the scarred Deucalion to stop the efforts of the evil Victor Frankenstein, who now goes by the name Victor Helios.|
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