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-'''Los Chinchillas''' (Eng: The Chinchillas)[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Museo_del_Prado_-_Goya_-_Caprichos_-_No._50_-_Los_Chinchillas.jpg] is № 50 of the [[Caprichos]] .+'''Los Chinchillas''' (Eng: The Chinchillas)[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Museo_del_Prado_-_Goya_-_Caprichos_-_No._50_-_Los_Chinchillas.jpg] is № 50 of the [[Caprichos]] by [[Francisco Goya]].
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 +[[Richard Davenport-Hines]] in ''[[Gothic: Four Hundred Years of Excess, Horror, Evil and Ruin]]'' claims that the now-iconic flat-headed look of [[Frankenstein's monster]] in the films is based on a Francisco Goya etching, especially the seated/reclining figure. It is a look made famous by [[Boris Karloff]] and [[Jack Pierce]].
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Los Chinchillas (Eng: The Chinchillas)[1] is № 50 of the Caprichos by Francisco Goya.

Richard Davenport-Hines in Gothic: Four Hundred Years of Excess, Horror, Evil and Ruin claims that the now-iconic flat-headed look of Frankenstein's monster in the films is based on a Francisco Goya etching, especially the seated/reclining figure. It is a look made famous by Boris Karloff and Jack Pierce.





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