In 1818 Mary Shelly published one of the masterpieces of the Universal Literature: Frankenstein. On its first century we get into Mel Brooks’s comedy “Young Frankenstein”, a classic hit of the 70’s.

The young neurosurgeon Frederick Frankenstein is struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe. When he visits his grandfather castle he finds a manual where the process to reanimate a dead body is explained. At that point he decides to create his own monster.