The Undying Monster

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The Undying Monster is a 1942 film about surviving members of an aristocratic English family who are threatened by a legendary monster when they venture out on chilly, foggy nights.

Directed by John Brahm. Written by Lillie Hayward and Michel Jacoby, based on the 1922 novel by Jessie Douglas Kerruish.
Sinister! Savage! Supernatural!  (taglines)

Walton[edit]

  • But, Miss Hammond... Helga! No Hammond ever ventures into the rocky lane on a foggy night!
  • When stars are bright on a frosty night / Beware thy bane on the rocky lane.
  • There are some things that are beyond the understanding of us that live on this Earth!
  • Sometimes dogs are smarter than folks.

Other[edit]

  • Mrs. Walton: [hearing a howl] Sounds like a lost soul!
  • Insp. Craig: Perhaps there are some things in this world that science has not yet found out about.
  • Robert Curtis: Don't worry, Christy; wolves will never bother you.

Dialogue[edit]

Robert 'Bob' Curtis: [in the crypt] Everyone seems to be resting in peace.
Dr. Jeff Colbert: [sardonically] By daylight, at least.

Insp. Craig: I've seen that look on your face before, I think you've got your man.
Robert 'Bob' Curtis: I'm not sure if it is a man.
Christy: A woman?
Robert 'Bob' Curtis: No...
Christy: Animal, vegetable or mineral?
Robert 'Bob' Curtis: It could be a wolf...

Helga Hammond: [hearing a howling noise] Probably a dog caught in a trap!
Walton: [ominously] That's no dog!

Taglines[edit]

  • Sinister! Savage! Supernatural!
  • HORROR to make you GASP!
  • LUSTS UPON BEAUTY!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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