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The Wolf Man - 1941 | Story and Screenshots


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Larry: A wolf?

Gwen: Mmm-hmm.

Larry: A wolf and a star. . . What does that mean?

Gwen: I thought you said you were psychic.

Larry: I am, but this is only wood and silver, and it hasn't blue eyes.

Gwen: Well then, that stick is priced at three pounds.

Larry: Three pounds? Fifteen dollars for an old stick?

Gwen: Well, that's a very rare piece. It shows the wolf and the pentagram, the sign of the werewolf.

Larry: Werewolf? What's that?

Gwen: That's a human being who, at certain times of the year, changes into a wolf.

Larry: You mean, runs around on all fours and bites and snaps and bays at the moon?

Gwen (exclaims): Even worse than that, sometimes.


Larry: What big eyes you have, Grandma.

Gwen: Little Red Riding Hood was a werewolf story. Of course, there have been many others. There's an old poem. "Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night. . . May become a wolf when the wolfsbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright."

Larry: Yes, but what's this pentagram business?

Gwen: Every werewolf is marked with that, and sees it in the palm of his next victim's hand.

Larry: Look, lady, if you're trying to scare me out of here, you're not getting very far. . . I'll take the cane.

Gwen (laughs): Please tell me, have you ever seen me before?

Larry: Of course, How do you suppose I knew about the earrings?

Gwen: I can't remember ever . . .


Larry (interrupts): Tell you what we'll do. We'll take a little walk tonight and we'll talk it over.

Gwen: No.

They hear horses approaching. She shows him the way out

Larry: See you at eight.

Gwen: No!


They both exit the store and see two horse-drawn Gypsy carts approaching.

Larry: Gypsies, huh?

Gwen: Yes, they're fortune tellers. They pass through here every autumn.

Larry: You know, I haven't had my fortune told in years. How about tonight?

Gwen: No.

She returns to the store and closes the door.

Larry: Fine, I'll be here at eight.

Later, Larry has joined his father in his den.

Sir John: Yes, that's the sign of the werewolf.

Larry: That's just a legend, though, isn't it?

Sir John: Yes, but like most legends, it must have some basis in fact. It's probably an ancient explanation of the dual personality in each of us. How does it go? "Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night. . . May become a wolf when the wolfsbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright."


Larry: That's funny. That's the same thing the girl in the antique shop said.

Sir John: Oh, you met Gwen Conliffe, have you?

Larry: So that's her name! I was just looking the town over.

Sir John: Naturally. Continue to look it over. But I want you to know not only the pretty girls, but the old men and women and the young men. Get to know all about them, Larry. They're nice people. They're your people. After all, you're going to run the estate.

Larry: Of course, I want to know all of them.

Sir John: You seem to have made a pretty good start. Run along. Get on with the good work.

Larry: All right, thanks. Good night.

Sir John: Good night.


That evening, we see Gwen closing up shop to the sounds of a church bell ringing. Behind her, approaches Larry with his cane.

Gwen: Oh! It's you.

Larry: Why, of course. Who did you expect?

Gwen: Why, nobody. I told you I couldn't go out with you.

Larry: And yet you wore those earrings that I like.

Gwen: Well, that was just because I . . .


Larry: Oh, come on. I don't want to go alone. I'm really afraid of the dark. And, you see, I wore my cane, too.

Gwen: Jenny?

A woman steps out of the store and approaches them.

Gwen: This is Jenny Williams. She wants to have her fortune told, too.

Jenny: I'm very pleased to meet you, Mr. . . .

Larry: Just call me Larry.


Jenny: If you don't mind, Larry.

Larry (sighs): Well . . .

The two women laugh, take his arms, and head off to the Gypsy Fair. Moments later, they are in the woods. Gwen inspects a bush . . .

Gwen: Oh, look! . . Wolfsbane

Jenny: "Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night. . . May become a wolf when the wolfsbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright."


Jenny breaks off a stalk of wolfsbane.

Larry: So you know that one too, eh?

Gwen: Of course. Everyone knows about werewolves.



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