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The Phantom of the Opera (1989 film)

1989 film by Dwight H. Little

The Phantom of the Opera is a 1989 film about a young soprano who becomes the obsession of a horribly disfigured composer.

Directed by Dwight H. Little. Written by Gerry O'Hara.
Robert Englund Was "Freddy." Now he's the... Phantom of the Opera An all new nightmare!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Hawkins: Do you believe in God, Mr. Dutton?
Richard: Yes.
Hawkins: Good. Because it's going to take a leap of faith for you to understand what I'm about to tell you. The Phantom is real. It has a name. Erik Destler.
Richard: But that's just a story.
Hawkins: I know the legend as well as you. He sold his soul to the devil so the world would love him for his talent. The devil had a price. He mutilated his face so terribly, that no one could stand to love him ever again.
Richard: And it's said the only way to kill the Phantom is to destroy his music.
Hawkins: I don't believe in phantoms or legends, Mr. Dutton, but I do believe in facts. And the fact is, this man, this creature, is still alive. Still alive and living under your opera.

Christine: Are you going to kill me now, too?
Erik Destler: Everyone dies... I only choose the time and place for a few.
Christine: When do you choose for me?
Erik Destler: This is either a wedding march or a funeral mass. You decide which.

Christine: You're him, aren't you?
Erik Destler/Foster: Had you expected someone else? Christine, you have always been my inspiration. You. And now, it's only a question of what you want: Love or music.

TaglinesEdit

  • Robert Englund Was "Freddy." Now he's the... Phantom of the Opera An all new nightmare!

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