Frankenstein - A Play (Paperback)
In 1930 John L. Balderston was hoping to repeat his huge success with the American version of Dracula. Before production started on the 1931 Universal film version he wrote a play of "Frankenstein" with screenwriter Garrett Fort. Although it was never produced it is still an important document in American Theater history. It is here, in this play, that we discover how the name Frankenstein was attributed to the monster instead of his maker.