[In a TV studio…]
Welcome back! We hope you enjoyed those words from our sponsors!
Next up we have one of the most famous individuals ever! Please welcome the well known creation of the late Dr. Frankenstein!…
So, Frank, is it all right if we call you Frank?…Good! Frank here is reprising the role of himself in an upcoming biopic on, you guessed it, Dr. Frankenstein. As a long time veteran of the screen, having played yourself in untold number of movies and TV bits, how would you say your genre is doing with today’s audiences?
“Terrible! All they want these days is vampires and zombies! I mean, when did people lose their fascination with creation?! Now it’s all undead this, virus that. It’s simply disgusting.”
Do you think this biopic is likely to re-ignite a passion for creating?
“Absolutely, Jim. Once people see how rewarding the process of creation was for my dear doctor, I believe they will look for ways to express themselves with creative endeavors.”
What is the one thing you want people to learn about Dr. Frankenstein with this upcoming piece?
“Well Jim, I want people to see the good in the doctor. A man so lonely, so loving, that he created me. He was a very emotional man and I miss him dearly.”
Well, that is all the time we have for tonight. Thank you for coming, Frank! Be sure to check out his latest role in the upcoming biopic, “Dr. Frankenstein, The Man Behind The Legend!” coming to a theater near you!
For our audience members today, we have a direct link to Amazon where you can find many of Frank’s previous roles. Check out the legend today!
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This was my entry for day 16 of the 31 Days of Halloween Challenge (a conversation with Frankenstein’s Monster) hosted over at Flutter by Literature.
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