Black Dragons

1942 film by William Nigh

Black Dragons is a 1942 film about a cabal of American industrialists during World War II, all fifth-columnists intent on sabotaging the war effort, who are methodically murdered by the malevolent Monsieur Colomb. It is only when detective Dick Martin is assigned to the case that everyone's true motives and identities are revealed.

Directed by William Nigh. Written by Harvey Gates.
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Monsieur ColombEdit

  • You will pay for this, you apes. You swine! The Führer will wipe you off the face of the earth!

Amos HanlinEdit

  • A busy man has very little time to engage in feminine emotions.


Alice Saunders: You sound like a man of destiny.
Monsieur Colomb: One must not flirt with one's destiny.
Alice Saunders: But the world in the condition it is today, aren't we all flirting with destiny?
Monsieur Colomb: I suppose I'll finish my book upstairs.
Alice Saunders: Oh no, please, I didn't mean to disturb you. Excuse me.

Monsieur Colomb: When a young woman's nerves commence to give way it is time she sought refuge in a strong man's arms.
Alice Saunders: I just ran into yours.
Monsieur Colomb: Mine might be dangerous.

Alice Saunders: Will we see you again?
Monsieur Colomb: Who knows, in this crazy world!


  • His WEIRDEST Role!
  • It's the picture that has the whole town shivering!
  • See him pit his terror against Japan's treacherous agents in the U.S.A.!


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