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This site is owned and maintained by Steve 'Papaw' Pyatte and is dedicated to the many classic horror and science fiction films and actors of the past. Visit the film list here and enjoy your visit.

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Philippians 4:13 - "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me."

On March 11, 1818, “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” was published. The book, by 21-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, is frequently called the world’s first science-fiction novel and the most romantic gothic novel ever written.

Frankenstein Day is August 30th to celebrate author Mary Shelley's birthday. Meet Mary Shelley and read the complete novel that started it all.

National Frankenstein Day is October 29th each year

Frankenstein Friday is the last Friday in October each year. Frankenstein Day celebrates the birth of Frankenstein and its creator. Frankenstein is one of the best known horror characters, dating back to the 1800's.

Steve is available to speak to your club, school, organization or business on the topic of Frankenstein. Contact him for details. papaw@frankenstein1931.com

The one and only, Sammy Terry with Steve Pyatte   -------------------------------------------------------------------
Godspeed, Sammy Terry (Bob Carter) 192 9- June 30, 2013. You will be missed, but never forgotten.

Steve became interested in Frankenstein and all of the other classic horror and science fiction films by watching Sammy Terry's Nightmare Theater on WTTV 4 in Indianapolis, Indiana as a young boy. Thanks for the memories Sammy. Watching him inspired Steve to collect classic monster action figures.

Steve had the honor of meeting and knowing Sammy Terry. He even got one of his collectible Frankenstein figures autographed! (see photo left)

Sammy Terry is one of Steve's childhood heroes because Sammy shared the classic horror and science fiction films!

Listen to Sammy's famous signature sign-off of Sammy Terry's Nightmare Theater.


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