The Black Castle

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The Black Castle is a 1952 film about a man who investigates the disappearance of two of his friends who were the guests of a sinister Austrian count.

Directed by Nathan H. Juran. Written by Jerry Sackheim.

Dialogue[edit]

Count Karl von Bruno: Doctor, you're an expert on medical science. Isn't it true that the Ancient Romans were pain worshippers?
Dr. Meissen: Oh, yes, Herr Count. They even held endurance contests. It was a mark of distinction to suffer in silence.
Count Steiken: [Being treated for an arm wound by Dr. Meissen] Ah, naaah! Oh, no!
Count Karl von Bruno: Do you hear that, Steiken?
Count Steiken: [Screaming] Aaah, ah, ah! I'm not an Ancient Roman!
Servant: Herr Count, Mr. Beckett is here.
Count Karl von Bruno: Well, bring him in for this should amuse him too.
Count Steiken: [to Dr. Meissen] Ooohh! - You idiot! You call yourself a doctor?
Count Karl von Bruno: [Sadistically twisting Steiken's arm] And you? You call yourself a man?
Count Steiken: [In pain] Aaaahh!

Cast[edit]

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