The Mad Monster

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The Mad Monster is a 1942 film about a mad scientist who changes his simple-minded handyman into a werewolf in order to prove his supposedly crazy scientific theories - and exact revenge.

Directed by Sam Newfield. Written by Fred Myton.
The blood of a wolf he placed in the veins of a man... and created a monster such as the world has never known!  (taglines)

Dr. Lorenzo Cameron[edit]

  • You realise, of course that this country is at war. That our armed forces are locked in combat with a savage horde that fight with fanatical fury. Well that fanatical fury will avail them of nothing when I place my new serum at the disposal of the war department. Just picture gentlemen: An army of wolf men. Fearless! Raging! Every man a snarling animal! My serum will make it possible to unloose millions of such animal men. Men who are governed by one collective thought: the animal lust to kill, without regard to personal safety. Such an army will be invincible gentlemen!
  • Gentlemen, I wish you were here to see the proof of my claim that the transfusion of blood between different species is possible. Perhaps you will change your mind one day soon when Petro tears at your throat.

Other[edit]

  • Prof. Fitzgerald: You're very secretive about your work.
  • Tom Gregory: [blaming the mysterious killings on dinosaurs] I understand they travelled around on their hind legs and made our present day public enemies look like horticultural specimens.

Taglines[edit]

  • The blood of a wolf he placed in the veins of a man... and created a monster such as the world has never known!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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