The Black Room (1935 film)
1935 film by Roy William Neill
- Directed by Roy William Neill. Written by Henry Myers and Arthur Strawn.
Dead or Alive... He could kill! (taglines)
- Col. Paul Hassel: [Playing chess] Your attack is weak as your brother Gregor's was brilliant. Chess, by the way, was the only virtue I ever discovered in him.
- Baron Gregor de Bergmann: I received a letter today from him from Warsaw. Most of it was devoted to begging me to send his love to you, Colonel.
- Col. Paul Hassel: His love to me? Well, if I have to accept it, I'd rather have it by post than any way I can think of.
- Baron Gregor de Bergmann: [as Anton lies dying in the well of the Black Room] Goodbye, brother. There's nothing to fear now. The prophecy can't be fulfilled.
- Anton de Bergmann: [With certitude] It will be fulfilled!
- Baron Gregor de Bergmann: Perhaps you will come back from the dead to kill me?
- Anton de Bergmann: [Dying words] Even from the dead!
- Embraced by the Devil! Monster . . . his kiss the password to oblivion!
- HE WAS A DEMON OF DEATH -- ...WHOSE MYSTERIOUS CHAMBERS HELD GRUESOME SECRETS!
- Karloff Reveals... What the Grave Conceals!
- Master of the House of Horror!
- Dead or Alive... He could kill!
- Boris Karloff — Baron Gregor de Berghmann / Anton de Berghmann
- Marian Marsh — Thea Hassel
- Robert Allen — Lt. Albert Lussan
- Thurston Hall — Col. Paul Hassel
- John Buckler — Buran
- Torben Meyer — Peter
- Katherine DeMille — Mashka
- Henry Kolker — Baron de Berghman
- Colin Tapley — Paul Hassel as a young lieutenant
- Edward Van Sloan — Doctor
- Egon Brecher — Lead Villager
- Helena Grant — Anna, the housekeeper
- Marion Lessing — Maria, the chambermaid
- Robert Middlemass — The Prosecutor
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