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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
[in a letter] You must have faith in me, Elizabeth. Wait, my work must come first, even before you. At night the winds howl in the mountains. There is no one here. Prying eyes can't peer into my secret...I am living in an abandoned old watchtower close to the town of Goldstadt. Only my assistant is here to help me with my experiments.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
This storm will be magnificent. All the electrical secrets of Heaven. And this time we're ready, eh Fritz? Ready.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
There's nothing to fear. Look. No blood, no decay. Just a few stitches. And look, here's the final touch. The brain you stole, Fritz. Think of it. The brain of a dead man waiting to live again in a body I made with my own hands, with my own hands. Let's have one final test. Throw the switches.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
Quite a good scene, isn't it? One man crazy — three very sane spectators.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
There can be no wedding while this horrible creation of mine is still alive. I made him with these hands, and with these hands I will destroy him. I must find him. [to Victor] You stay here and look after Elizabeth. I leave her in your care, whatever happens. Do you understand? In your care.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
You think I'm an idiot, don't you? But I'm not! Anyone can see with half an eye that there's something wrong. And I have two eyes, and pretty good ones at that. Well, what is it?...What's the matter with my son? What's he doing?...Why does he go messing around an old ruined windmill when he has a decent house, a bath, good food and drink, and a darn pretty girl to come back to? Ha, will you tell me that?
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
I understand perfectly well. There's another woman — and you're afraid to tell me. Pretty sort of experiments these must be.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
[toasting Henry and Elizabeth] Here's to a very good health...to a son of the House of Frankenstein...Here's to jolly good health to Frankenstein.
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
Down! Down, you fool!
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DR. HENRY FRANKENSTEIN
The neck's broken. The brain is useless. We must find another brain.