The following three pages include movies and films made for TV based directly or indirectly on Mary Shelley's novel. The list excludes films that might have a tangential relationship to the original novel or simply a 'raising from the dead' or 'mad scientist' theme.
Frankenstein, Edison Film Company, 1910 (USA)
Directed by J. Searle Dawley, starring Charles Stanton Ogle, Augustus Phillips, and Mary Fuller.
Der Golem, Deutsche Bioscop, 1915 (Germany)
Directed by Henrik Galeen and Paul Wegener, starring Paul Wegener, Lyda Salmonova, Carl Ebert, Jacob Tiedtke, and Rudolf Bluemner.
Life Without Soul, Ocean Film Corporation, 1915 (USA)
Directed by Joseph W. Smiley, starring Percy Darrell Standing, William A. Cohill, Lucy Cotton, George DeCarlton, Jack Hopkins, and Pauline Curley.
The Golem, Pagu/UFA, 1920 (Germany)
Directed by Paul Wegener and Carl Boese, starring Paul Wegener, Albert Steinr√ľck, Ernst Deutsch, Lyda Salmonova, Hanns Sturm, and Greta Schr√∂der.
Il Mostro di Frankenstein, Albertini Film/UCI, 1921 (Italy)
Directed by Eugenio Testa, starring Luciano Albertini and Umberto Guarracino.
Frankenstein, Universal, 1931 (USA)
Directed by James Whale, starring Colin Clive, Mae Clarke, John Boles, Boris Karloff, Dwight Frye, and Edward Van Sloan.
The Bride of Frankenstein, Universal, 1935 (USA)
Directed by James Whale, starring Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Valerie Hobson, Elsa Lanchester, Una O'Connor, and Ernest Thesiger.
El Superloco, (The Super Madman), PCE, 1937 (Mexico)
Directed by Juan José Segura, starring Leopoldo Ortin, Carlos Villarias, Consuelo Frank, Ram√≥n Armengod, Raul Urquijo, and "Indian" Fernandez.
Son of Frankenstein, Universal, 1939
Directed by Rowland V. Lee, starring Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill, Josephine Hutchinson, and Donnie Dunagan.
Man Made Monster, Universal, 1941 (USA)
Directed by George Waggner, staring Lionel Atwill, Lon Chaney Jr., Anne Nagel, Frank Albertson, Samuel S. Hinds, and William Davidson.
The Ghost of Frankenstein, Universal, 1942 (USA)
Directed by Erle C. Kenton, starring Lon Chaney, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph Bellamy, Lionel Atwill, Bela Lugosi, and Evelyn Ankers.
Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, Universal, 1943 (USA)
Directed by Roy WIlliam Neill, starring Lon Chaney, Ilona Massey, Patric Knowles, Bela Lugosi, Lionel Atwill, and Maria Ouspenskaya.
House of Frankenstein, Universal, 1944 (USA)
Directed by Erle C. Kenton, starring Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, John Carradine, J. Carrol Naish, Anne Gwynne, and Lionel Atwill. A sequel to Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943).
Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Universal-International, 1948 (USA)
Directed by Charles Barton, starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi, Glenn Strange, and Lenore Aubert.
Bride of the Monster, Rolling M. Productions, 1955 (USA)
Directed by Edward D. Wood Jr., starring Bela Lugosi, Tor Johnson, Tony McCoy, Loretta King, Harvey Dunn, and William Benedict.
Castle of the Monsters (El Castillo de los monstruos), Producciones Stotomayor, 1957 (Mexico)
Directed by Juli√°n Soler, starring Antonio Espino, Evangélina Elizondo, Carlos Orellana, Guillermo Orea, and Germ√°n Robles.
The Curse of Frankenstein, Hammer Film Productions, 1957 (UK)
Directed by Terence Fisher, starring Peter Cushing, Hazel Court, Robert Urquhart, Christopher Lee, Valerie Gaunt, and Noel Hood.
I Was a Teenage Frankenstein, American International Pictures, 1957 (USA)
Directed by Herbert L. Strock, starring Whit Bissell, Phyllis Coates, Robert Burton, Gary Conway, George Lynn, and John Cliff.
Frankenstein 1970, Allied Artists, 1958 (USA)
Directed by Howard W. Koch, starring Boris Karloff, Tom Duggan, Jana Lund, Donald Barry, Charlotte Austin, and Irwin Berke.
Frankenstein's Daughter, Astor Pictures/Layton Film Productions, 1958 (USA)
Directed by Richard Cunha, starring John Ashley, Sandra Knight, Donald Murphy, Sally Todd, Harold Lloyd Jr., and Felix Locher.
The Revenge of Frankenstein, Hammer Film Productions, 1958 (UK)
Directed by Terence Fisher, starring Peter Cushing, Eunice Gayson, Francis Matthews, Michael Gwynn, Lionel Jeffries, and John Welsh. A sequel to The Curse of Frankenstein (1958).
Orlak, El infierno de Frankenstein, Filmadora Independiente, 1960 (Mexico)
Directed by Rafael Baledon, starring Joaquin Cordero, Armando Calvo, Rosa de Castilla, Irma Dorantes, Andres Soler, and Pedro de Aguillon.
Frankestein el vampiro y compa√Ī√≠a, Cinematografica Calderon, 1962 (Mexico)
Directed by Benito Alazraki, starring Manuel Valdés, José Jasso, Joaquin Garcia Vargas, Martha Elena Cervantes, Nora Very√°n, and Roberto G. Rivera.
The Evil of Frankenstein, Hammer Film Productions, 1964 (UK)
Directed by Freddie Francis, starring Peter Cushing, Peter Woodthorpe, Sandor Eles, Kiwi Kingston, Duncan Lamont, and Katy Wild.
Frankenstein Conquers the World (Furankenshutain tai chitei kaij√Ľ Baragon), Toho/Henry G. Saperstein Enterprises 1965 (Japan, USA)
Directed by Ishiro Honda, starring Nick Adams, Tadao Takashima, Kumi Mizuno, Yoshio Tsuchiya, Takashi Shimura, and Haruo Nakajima.
Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster, Vernon Seneca Films/Futurama Entertainment, 1965 (USA)
Directed by Robert Gaffney, starring Marilyn Hanold, Jim Karen, Lou Cutell, Nancy Marshall, David Kerman, and Robert Reilly.