The Brute Man

1946 film by Jean Yarbrough

The Brute Man is a 1946 film about a facially deformed and mentally unhinged man, who wreaks his revenge on those who deformed him with a series of brutal murders.

Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Written by George Bricker.
His brain cried "Kill, kill, kill!"  (taglines)


Clifford Scott: Why did you come here?
Hal Moffet, the 'Creeper': I need money.

Mr. Haskins: [holding a grocery list] Where'd this come from?
Jimmy: Somebody stuck it under the door.
Mr. Haskins: [annoyed] Uhh...
Jimmy: Don't you think it's kinda funny? Sticking a note under the door?
Mr. Haskins: No! And don't go trying to make a mystery out of it! Somebody probably to busy to pick up the stuff.
Jimmy: Could be the Creeper.
Mr. Haskins: [very annoyed] Creeper, Creeper, Creeper! YOU GIVE ME THE CREEPS!
Jimmy: Well he could be. That'd be a swell reason why he wouldn't wanna see anyone, or come out, 'cept at night.
Mr. Haskins: Well you've just gotta deliver these groceries. And don't forget the money! A dollar and a quarter.
Jimmy: OK... but I still think it could be...
Mr. Haskins: I know! So he's The Creeper. Well you just creep along with that - I mean, hurry up with that stuff! And then get back and do the rest of your work!


  • His brain cried "Kill, kill, kill!"
  • No woman was safe from his crushing arms...


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