Murders in the Zoo
1933 film by A. Edward Sutherland
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- Eric Gorman: Mr. Gates, never be afraid of a wild animal. Let it alone, and it'll leave you alone. That's more than we can say of most humans.
- Peter Yates: You mean that you really like these, eh?
- Eric Gorman: Beasts? I love them. They're honest in their simplicity, their primative emotions... They love, they hate, they kill.
- Jerry Evans: [Releasing Peter, who is in shock, from cage] Peter, Peter, listen to me! Say something to me!
- Peter Yates: [With his knees bent and apart] Is there a good laundry in this town!