The Monster and the Girl

1941 film by Stuart Heisler

The Monster and the Girl is a 1941 film about a man in the body of an ape who seeks revenge against gangsters.

Directed by Stuart Heisler. Written by Stuart Anthony.
LOOSE! and thirsting for revenge...a huge gorilla with a human brain!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Dr. Knight: No bruises, no abrasions, but practically every bone in his body is broken.
Police Lt. Strickland: How'd it happen?
Dr. Knight: I find them dead - that's my job. You find out how they got that way. Good night! [He leaves]
Police Capt. Alton: There's one doctor that couldn't give me aspirin.

Henchman: Looks like I'm not the only thorn in your side.
W. S. Bruhl: Yes, but you're my favorite thorn.

TaglinesEdit

  • LOOSE! and thirsting for revenge...a huge gorilla with a human brain!
  • IT'S A SPINE-TINGLING SENSATION! A monster on the loose...and a whole city in terror!
  • A savage gorilla with the warped, twisted brain of a madman... seeking vengeance against those who destroyed this woman's soul!

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