William Scott Darling


William Scott Darling Quotes

  • ''Kittering's brain. What we will he think when he resumes life in that body? Will he thank us for giving him a new lease on life? Or will he object to finding his ego living in that human junk heap?''
    W. Scott Darling, and Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke), The Ghost of Frankenstein, as he contemplates putting the brain of his murdered friend, Dr. Kittering, in the monster's body (1942). Original story by Eric Taylor.
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  • ''I've created a hundred times the monster that my father made.''
    W. Scott Darling. Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke), The Ghost of Frankenstein, when he sees the results of his operation (1942). Original story by Eric Taylor.
  • ''I've created a hundred times the monster that my father made.''
    W. Scott Darling, and Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke), The Ghost of Frankenstein, when he sees the results of his operation (1942). Original story by Eric Taylor.
  • ''Kittering's brain. What we will he think when he resumes life in that body? Will he thank us for giving him a new lease on life? Or will he object to finding his ego living in that human junk heap?''
    W. Scott Darling. Erle C. Kenton. Dr. Frankenstein (Sir Cedric Hardwicke), The Ghost of Frankenstein, as he contemplates putting the brain of his murdered friend, Dr. Kittering, in the monster's body (1942). Original story by Eric Taylor.
  • ''The lightning—it is good for you. Your father was Frankenstein, but your mother was the lightning. She has come down to you again.''
    W. Scott Darling, and Erle C. Kenton. Ygor (Bela Lugosi), The Ghost of Frankenstein, when he sees that being struck by lightning has revived the monster (1942). Original story by Eric Taylor.
  • ''The lightning—it is good for you. Your father was Frankenstein, but your mother was the lightning. She has come down to you again.''
    W. Scott Darling. Erle C. Kenton. Ygor (Bela Lugosi), The Ghost of Frankenstein, when he sees that being struck by lightning has revived the monster (1942). Original story by Eric Taylor.

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