Murders in the Zoo

1933 film by A. Edward Sutherland

Murders in the Zoo is a 1933 film about a monomaniacal zoologist who is pathologically jealous of his beautiful but unfaithful wife Evelyn and will not stop short of murder to keep her.

Directed by A. Edward Sutherland. Written by Seton I. Miller, Philip Wylie, and Milton H. Gropper.

DialogueEdit

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!

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