Mad Mad Mad Monsters
|Mad, Mad, Mad Monsters|
William J. Keenan|
Arthur Rankin Jr.
|Theme music composer||Maury Laws|
|Country of origin||
Arthur Rankin Jr.
|Running time||66 minutes|
Mad, Mad, Mad Monsters is a 1972 traditional animated comedy film produced by Rankin/Bass Productions in the United States and Mushi Production in Japan. The special aired on September 23, 1972 as part of The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie. It is a "prequel of sorts" to the 1967 stop motion animated film Mad Monster Party? which was produced by MOM Productions in Tokyo, Japan in association with Rankin/Bass.
After Baron Henry von Frankenstein creates a bride for his monster, he decides to make arrangements for a lavish wedding at the Transylvania Astoria Hotel. Many monsters are invited to the wedding including Count Dracula and his son, Ron Chanley the Werewolf, the Mummy, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, the Invisible Man and his family, and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Once the wedding guests arrive, they terrify guests and staff. Frankenstein's assistant Igor is jealous of the monster and wants the bride for his own. So Igor plots to steal her which doesn't go according to plan when the bride ends up snatched up by a Pterodactyl and lands in the clutches of a giant gorilla named Modzoola.
- Bob McFadden as Baron Henry von Frankenstein
- Allen Swift as Count Dracula, Igor, The Monster, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Invisible Man, Invisible Boy, Count Dracula's Son, Ron Chanley/Werewolf, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Rosebud the Vulture
- Bradley Bolke as Norman the Bellhop, Additional Voices
- Rhoda Mann as The Monster's Mate, Nagatha the Invisible Woman, Additional Voices
- Produced and Directed by Arthur Rankin, Jr. and Jules Bass
- Written by William J. Keenan and Lou Silverstone
- Associate Producer: Basil Cox
- Animation Production by Mushi Studio
- Supervising Director: Steve Nakagawa
- Key Animation and Layout by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko (uncredited)
- Editorial Supervisor: Irwin Goldress
- Music Composed and Directed by Maury Laws
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