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Author Topic: Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell (Terence Fisher, 1974)  (Read 2100 times)

Jonny

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One of my favourites! Hammer have put the whole feature IN HD on YouTube! It's only available until 6am tomorrow morning though. Can YouTube HD videos be ripped?

Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell (1974)
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« Reply #1 on: 31 Oct 2012 - 10:40 »

Yes, dead easy, I've got it downloading to my hard drive now. If you use Firefox locate the add on Easy YouTube Downloaded plugin. Install, restart the browser, locate the YouTube video and a download option should appear underneath the video. Choose 1080p HD and it will download to your hard drive. It's 3.8 GB so the bit rate will be quite low. Still, a nice Halloween treat.
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Watching it at the moment...
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No, the surgery-by-mouth moment is missing
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I think I might just watch it tonight on the PS3. A lot handier now with Youtube XL. Then I'll wait for the BD next year. They're supposed to be restoring as many of the cut scenes as possible for it.
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Cheers Jonny (& demented) I'm downloading it now.  :P
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They mention on their Facebook page that:
- it's the US R version from Paramount elements
- it's blocked for us in the USA

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- it's blocked for us in the USA


You could try one of those Firefox Youtube unblocker add-ons. I haven't tried them myself, but they might work.
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« Reply #9 on: 31 Oct 2012 - 22:56 »

Or you could use Unblock-us.com's free trial so that you can either view it or download it. I use Unblock-Us to get access to US Netflix; they provide an excellent service.
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« Reply #10 on: 31 Oct 2012 - 22:58 »

I used to use Expat Shield for PC to watch BBC iplayer in the US. Worked a treat and it's an IP address cloaker so should work with YouTube. Not long to download it if you want to watch FATMFH though.
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Thanks for the good advice on this.   

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Hammer tweeted this not long ago..

Earlier today we scanned 3 reels of UK print of FATMFH. We found "teeth clamping" and "eyeball surgery"!
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Wow...no kidding.
The guys running Hammer today are numbnuts.
If someone doesn't tell them what to look for they are clueless.
Let us pray they don't fug up DRACULA.
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