The Devil Bat

1940 film by Jean Yarbrough

The Devil Bat is a 1940 film about a mad scientist who develops an aftershave lotion that causes his gigantic bats to kill anyone who wears it.

Directed by Jean Yarbrough. Written by John T. Neville.
He's Trained His Brood of Blood-Hungry Bats to Kill on Command!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Editor Joe McGinty: Say, have you ever had a date with a girl?
Reporter Johnny Layton: A girl? Oh, yes, a girl. I believe I did take a girl out once.

Henry Morton: You're a dreamer, Doc. Too much money is bad for dreamers.
Dr. Paul Carruthers: So you tried to pay me in flattery, telling me that I'm a dreamer. Well... I *do* dream - dreams that you would *never* guess.

'One-Shot' McGuire: I'm not feeling too hot, would you take my temperature?
Dr. Paul Carruthers: You are perfectly alright.
'One-Shot' McGuire: Oh yeah? Well you should see my tongue, it looks just like a squirrel's tail!

TaglinesEdit

  • He's Trained His Brood of Blood-Hungry Bats to Kill on Command!
  • Sharp Fanged Blood Sucking DEATH Dives from MIDNIGHT SKIES!

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