The Ape (1940 film)

1940 film by William Nigh

The Ape is a 1940 film about a scientist who murders people while disguised as an ape to create an experimental serum.

The Ape (1940) poster.jpg
Directed by William Nigh. Written by Curt Siodmak.
He keeps human life in test tubes, and prowls at night in the skin of an ape!  (taglines)

Danny FosterEdit

  • I don't like things I can't understand.

OtherEdit

  • Policemen: Do apes ever return to the scene of the crime?

DialogueEdit

Patient: Hey, Doc, what are you going to do to me?
Dr. Adrian: I'm going to write you into medical history.

TaglinesEdit

  • Jungle Beast or Man of Science?
  • He keeps human life in test tubes, and prowls at night in the skin of an ape!
  • These cold eyes have watched a thousand men die screaming!

CastEdit

  • Boris Karloff — Dr. Bernard Adrian
  • Maris Wrixon — Miss Frances Clifford
  • Gene O'Donnell — Danny Foster
  • Dorothy Vaughan — Mother Clifford

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