House of Horrors
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House of Horrors is a 1946 film about an unsuccessful sculptor who saves a madman named "The Creeper" from drowning. Seeing an opportunity for revenge, he tricks the psycho into murdering his critics.
- Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Written by George Bricker.
- Marcel De Lange: I see here in the evening paper that a woman was murdered in the neighborhood last night.
- The Creeper: [Flatly] Yeah.
- Marcel De Lange: Yes, her spine was snapped. I've often wondered why a man would want to snap a woman's spine.
- The Creeper: [Flatly] She screamed.
- Marcel De Lange: An annoying habit on the part of women... screaming.
- Rondo Hatton — The Creeper
- Martin Kosleck — Marcel De Lange
- Robert Lowery — Steven Morrow
- Virginia Grey — Joan Medford
- Bill Goodwin — Lieutenant Larry Brooks
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