Video: Laurence Fox in The Frankenstein Chronicles.

Hello Foxters and welcome to a new post. This, I thought, would be of interest to fans of Mr Fox. The scenes in the video are from a series, The Frankenstein Chronicles, on Netflix. I decided to upload this for those who don’t have access to Netflix or were unaware of Mr Fox’s appearance in afore-mentioned show. It is a good show and worth watching.

The Frankenstein Chronicles is a British television period crime drama series that first aired on ITV Encore on 11 November 2015,[1] designed as a re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel Frankenstein. Lead actor Sean Bean also acted as an associate producer on the first series. It follows Inspector John Marlott (Sean Bean), a river police officer who uncovers a corpse made up of body parts from eight missing children and sets about to determine who is responsible.

Laurence Fox does not appear until series two. Laurence Fox is Frederick Dipple, a socialite with an interest in automata.

There are spoilers of course but not to the point I believe would spoil the show if you decided to watch it.

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Author: Chris Sullivan

Up until a few years ago I was my mum's full time carer. She died in, 2020, of Covid. At the moment I am attempting to write a novel.

2 thoughts

    1. It is. And she’s good enough and has a big enough part that I couldn’t shake memories of her character when Lily Lesser appeared on Endeavour.

      I’ll reiterate what Chris said about it being a good show. Or, rather, it being much better than I anticipated. I tuned in because of Sean Bean and had pretty low expectations. But what I got was, instead of your usual supernatural thriller, more of a mad-scientist theme that actually had something to say, and that got you really thinking.

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