Kenneth Langtry


Kenneth Langtry Quotes

  • ''Sometimes we can't avoid giving pain, even to friends.''
    Kenneth Langtry. Herbert L. Strock. Margaret (Phyllis Coates), Teenage Frankenstein, apologizing to the monster for hurting him with an injection (1957).
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  • ''Come, come, my boy, say "Good morning" to your creator. Speak! You've got a civil tongue in your head, I know you have because I sewed it back myself.''
    Kenneth Langtry, and Herbert L. Strock. Prof. Frankenstein (Whit Bissell), Teenage Frankenstein, trying to get his creation to speak (1957).
  • ''I want him to know and feel pain, so that when I alleviate it he'll also know gratitude.... What I create I must control.''
    Kenneth Langtry. Herbert L. Strock. Prof. Frankenstein (Whit Bissell), Teenage Frankenstein, explaining to his assistant why he'll be operating without anesthetic (1957).
  • ''That's interesting. Sort of a private preserve for teenagers, huh? I suppose as adults we're lucky to find a parking space.''
    Kenneth Langtry. Herbert L. Strock. Prof. Frankenstein (Whit Bissell), Teenage Frankenstein, on discovering that he and his fiancee are parked in a "lover's lane," (1957).
  • ''With all the surgical skill and the vital rays lavished on him he should talk like a—like a congressman at a filibuster.''
    Kenneth Langtry. Herbert L. Strock. Prof. Frankenstein (Whit Bissell), Teenage Frankenstein, to his assistant, who is trying to figure out why the monster won't speak (1957).

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