Friday, November 5, 2010
Frankenstein Und Die Monster Aus Dem All
This title screen from the trailer for FRANKENSTEIN UND DIE MONSTER AUS DEM ALL ("Frankenstein And The Monster From Space"; a.k.a. the German title for DESTROY ALL MONSTERS) was the first screenshot I ever made. That was only a test, but it is sort of appropriate to include it with this entry. Why? Because David McRobie over at Xenorama posted both the American and German trailers for DESTROY ALL MONSTERS on Halloween Sunday. So now you can go see the classic American trailer and the German trailer that is the source of this screenshot!
As I pointed out in the comments over there, the German trailer is the Japanese trailer translated. It was probably originally dubbed into English for the international market by William Ross and company at the same time as the movie itself. David mentions that the monsters are even given on-screen names. This is a carryover from the Japanese trailer, except they are written out here in a comical "monster" font. I love it!
One thing I did not mention over at the Xeno-blog is how intrigued I am that the title logo for FRANKENSTEIN UND DIE MONSTER AUS DEM ALL is rendered almost exactly like the English title font supplied by Toho for the DESTROY ALL MONSTERS prints. That had to take some effort.
Posted by C. Elam at 12:59 AM
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That IS cool how they matched the font of the German dub's logo with that of ''DAM''.I was always intrigued with how the German distributors blamed Herr Doktor Frankenstein for Japan's kaiju infestation...ReplyDelete
Clearly, the good doctor was a busy man indeed.ReplyDelete
and they of all people should know Henry never even made it out of medical school!ReplyDelete