The Jungle Captive

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The Jungle Captive is a 1945 film about Paula the ape woman being brought back to life, by a mad doctor and his disfigured assistant, who kidnaps a nurse in order to have a female blood donor.

Directed by Harold Young. Written by Dwight V. Babcock.


Johnny, errand boy: Ah, my dear Ann! So glad to see you again after all these minutes. Twenty of them, at least.
Ann Forrester: *Fifty* minutes, Johnny.
Johnny, errand boy: Fifty minutes! Fifty years away from you, Ann.
Ann Forrester: You're not flattering me Johnny. Now what have you been doing?
Johnny, errand boy: Waiting for the specimen at Dr. Lees'.
Ann Forrester: I could check with Dr. Lees' office nurse, you know... but I'll let it go at that.
Johnny, errand boy: Ah, gee, thanks Ann. Dr. Lee would like to have reports quickly as possible.
Ann Forrester: I don't think we can run another test this afternoon, Johnny.
Johnny, errand boy: Well, that's OK with me. But if the boss wouldn't spend so much time experimenting with those rabbits, he'd get down to his own...
Ann Forrester: That's Mr. Stendahl's business, Johnny. And if you wouldn't spend so much time running errands... Deliver this to Dr. Jackson.
Johnny, errand boy: OK, Ann.

Mr. Stendahl: Why do you always find it necessary to kill every time I send you for something?
Moloch: Well, he come in and switched on the lights.
Mr. Stendahl: Oh, I see.

Motorcycle Cop: You Don Young?
Don Young: Yes, sir? What's this for?
Motorcycle Cop: Don't know, Harrigan's orders.


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