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View Poll Results: Who'se your favorite CLASSIC Universal monster?
Dracula 1 11.11%
Frankenstein 3 33.33%
The Wolf Man 1 11.11%
The Creature From The Black Lagoon 1 11.11%
The Mummy 3 33.33%
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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-02-2013, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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Who's your fave Universal monster?

Mine's the Mummy! 3,000 years buried in the sand hasn't cramped his style!
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None of the above...I loved godzilla...the one from the old japanese shows . Sorry didn't mean to hikack
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The idea of ripping someone to shreds has always been appealing to me! LOL


I was hoping for Godzilla to be there but <sighs> no


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Hahaha I watched them as a kid....still do if I'm station searching. Its funny now I love it for all the "special effects" hahaha we've come a long way. Godzilla was the good monster
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Awwww I loved the little girls with mothra
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Hmmmm....not sure if "The Blob" qualifies,
but when I first saw it, when I was little, it scared me!
Years later, I laughed my head off watching it!!!

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Hmmmm....not sure if "The Blob" qualifies,
but when I first saw it, when I was little, it scared me!
Years later, I laughed my head off watching it!!!
Not sure what version I saw, but all I remember in that movie was a young kitten on a stairwell that almost get killed by the blob,,,,but whew! She just got a lil blob guts on her hahaha
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Black Lagoon all the way ... although that wasn't a Karloff and/or Lugosi flick, which, in my head, best represent the "Universal Monsters".
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I like them all, however, mummies have always being dear to my heart. They always scared the heck out of me because I knew there were real mummies. I would never miss a documentary or a movie that was on TV when I was little. Years ago, I went to a museum in Denver and little did I know there was an Egyptian travelling exhibit. There were mummies on display! I was so happy to actually see one in real life and to learn how they were preserved, etc. it was awesome!
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