The Monster Walks

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The Monster Walks is a 1932 film about people in an old dark house on a stormy night who are menaced by a killer ape.

Directed by Frank R. Strayer. Written by Robert Ellis.


  • Dr. Ted Clayton: Wealth to youth is golden, but to age it is a milestone.
  • Robert Earlton: Ruth is not the type of hysterical woman that's given to nightmares.
  • Exodus: Get me an umbrella and I'll sleep on the roof!


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