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Within a decade of publication, the name of the creator—Frankenstein—was used to refer to the creature, but it did not become firmly established until much later. The story was adapted for the stage in 1927 by Peggy Webling, and Webling’s Victor Frankenstein does give the creature his name. However, the creature has no name in the Universal film series starring Boris Karloff during the 1930s, which was largely based upon Webling’s play. The 1931 Universal film treated the creature’s identity in a similar way as Shelley’s novel: in the opening credits, the character is referred to merely as “The Monster” (the actor’s name is replaced by a question mark, but Karloff is listed in the closing credits). Nevertheless, the creature soon enough became best known in the popular imagination as “Frankenstein”. This usage is sometimes considered erroneous, but some usage commentators regard the monster sense of “Frankenstein” as well-established and not an error.

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