Young Frankenstein Scene 19
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- Fade back in as Dr. Frankenstein carries his bride into the bedroom.
- His bride is Inga, not Elizabeth. Wha??
- She goes into the adjacent room to slip into something a little more comfortable.
- In the room, she starts humming the violin tune, and Frankenstein grabs his head.
- Meanwhile, the monster is reading the Wall Street Journal as Elizabeth comes out of the bathroom, kicks off her shoes, and gets into bed.
- Back at the castle, Dr. Frankenstein, with his arms extended and moaning like a monster, crawls into bed with Inga.
- She asks him what happened during the transference. The monster got part of his brain, but what did he get from him?
- He moans and leans in, the camera cuts to the fireplace, and Inga starts singing just like Elizabeth did with the monster. Must be the schwanstucker.
- The end.