Famous movie monsters & other ghouls carrying around hot chicks
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Famous movie monsters & other ghouls carrying around hot chicks

Actor Glenn Strange (as Frankenstein’s monster) carrying away actress Ann Blyth dressed up as a mermaid for the 1948 film ‘Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid.’
I’m pretty much laser-focused when it comes to this time of year on maybe three things—watching more horror films than I usually do, breaking out my copy of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 1996 album Murder Ballads, and of course watching more horror movies than usual. October is a little slice of heaven for yours truly as I’m a die-hard ghoulish kind of girl.

So as I was deep in the trenches with very important “work related” Internet research about who knows what (though it likely involved Satan and/or rock and roll) when I found a still from the 1968 film La Marca del Hombre Lobo (or “Mark of the Wolfman”).

Mark of the Wolfman starred Paul Naschy (the stage name of actor, director and writer Jacinto Molina) who was affectionately nicknamed the “Spanish Lon Chaney.” But in that picture, he was holding a frightened chick. And that sent me down a completely different rabbit hole…

I thought it would be fun to show you a load of images of famous (and maybe some not-so-famous) movie ghouls and other kinds of monstrous man-handlers carrying away their hapless female victims, including at least one bikini-clad damsel in distress.

A still from the 1965 film ‘Adventure at the Center of the Earth.’

Christopher Lee in the 1966 film ‘Prince of Darkness.’

‘Curse of the Werewolf,’ 1961.

Paul Naschy as the Wolf Man in the 1968 Spanish film, ‘Mark of the Wolfman.’

‘This Isand Earth,’ 1955.

A cheeky publicity still for the 1962 film ‘The Brain that Wouldn’t Die.’

‘The Mummy’s Curse,’ 1944.

‘Revenge of the Creature,’ 1955.

‘Monster of the Campus,’ 1958.

‘I Was a Teenage Frankenstein’ (aka ‘Teenage Frankenstein’), 1958.

‘Man Made Monster,’ 1941.

‘Phantom from Outer Space,’ 1953.

A ‘Morlock’ carrying the gorgeous Yvette Mimieux from the 1960 film, ‘The Time Machine.’

Previously on Dangerous Minds:
Bela Lugosi might not be dead: Mind-blowing sculptures of classic movie monsters
Super 8 ‘digest’ versions of Frankenstein, Dracula & Wolfman movies, the home theatre of the 1960s

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