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Frankenstein's Monster (Character)
from Frankenstein (1931)

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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994)
The Creature: What kind of people is it in which I am comprised? Good people? Bad people?
Victor Frankenstein: Materials. Nothing more.
The Creature: You're wrong.
[Picks up recorder]
The Creature: Did you know I knew how to play this? From which part of me did this knowledge reside? From this mind? From these hands? From this heart? And reading and speaking. Not so much things learned as things remembered.
Victor Frankenstein: Slight trace waves in the brain perhaps.
The Creature: Did you ever consider the consequences of your actions? You made me, and you left me to die. Who am I?
Victor Frankenstein: You? I don't know.
The Creature: And you think that I am evil.

The Creature: I keep my promises.

The Creature: I'd keep my promises if I were you.

Victor Frankenstein: You do speak!
The Creature: Yes, I speak, and read, and think, and know the ways of men.

The Creature: I do know that for the sympathy of one living being, I would make peace with all. I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.

The Creature: You gave me these emotions, but you didn't tell me how to use them. Now two people are dead because of us. Why?
Victor Frankenstein: There was something at work in my soul which I do not understand.
The Creature: And what of my soul? Do I have one? Or was that a part you left out?

The Creature: I will have revenge! FRANKENSTEIN!

The Creature: I am done with man.

[Walton finds the Creature weeping over Frankenstein's body]
Captain Robert Walton: Who are you?
The Creature: He never gave me a name.
[he continues to weep]
Captain Robert Walton: Why do you weep?
The Creature: He was my father.

The Creature: If you deny me my wedding night... I shall be with you on yours!

The Creature: Don't bother to scream.

Van Helsing (2004)
Frankenstein's Monster: Let me go!
Carl: Where are you going to go? I don't know if you've looked in the mirror lately, but you kind of stick out in a crowd.

Anna Valerious: Oh, my God! The Frankenstein Monster!
Frankenstein's Monster: Monster! Who's the monster here? I have done nothing wrong, yet you and your kind still wish me dead!

[Van Helsing and Anna are both hanging off the sides of the carriage, hanging over the cliff. While the Monster is chained in his seat, Carl starts to pull Anna in, but Van Helsing's grip starts to fail]
Frankenstein's Monster: I can help!
Carl: You won't kill me?
Frankenstein's Monster: Only if you don't hurry!

Frankenstein's Monster: You've been bitten. Bitten by a werewolf. Now you will become that which you have hunted so passionately.
[Van Helsing takes out a tranquilizer blowgun]
Van Helsing: I am sorry...
Frankenstein's Monster: May others be as passionate in the hunting of you.

[Van Helsing appears to free the Monster]
Frankenstein's Monster: What are you doing? You must find the cure!
Van Helsing: My friends are doing it for me.
Frankenstein's Monster: Friends...
Van Helsing: Yes. You want one?

Frankenstein's Monster: [hanging from a rope] Help! Help me!
Carl: But you're supposed to die!
Frankenstein's Monster: I want to live!
Carl: ...All right.

Anna Valerious: What do you want?
Frankenstein's Monster: To exist.

Frankenstein's Monster: Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil. I *will* have my vengeance!

Van Helsing: I have to pull the bolts off... this is going to hurt!
Frankenstein's Monster: I am accustomed to pain...
Van Helsing: It lets you know you're alive!

Van Helsing: I have to pull the bolts off... this is going to hurt!
Frankenstein's Monster: I am accustomed to pain!
Van Helsing: It let's you know you're alive!

Frankenstein's Monster: Curse all you undead! You are nothing but dead bones and damned souls... you shall burn in the fires of hell!

The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
The Monster: Alone: bad. Friend: good!

The Monster: We belong dead!

Dr. Pretorius: Do you know who Henry Frankenstein is, and who you are?
The Monster: Yes, I know. Made me from dead. I love dead... hate living.
Dr. Pretorius: You are wise in your generation. We must have a long talk, and then I have an important call to make.

The Monster: I want friend like me.

The Monster: You, make man... like me?
Dr. Pretorius: No. Woman... friend for you
The Monster: Woman... Friend... Wife...

[repeated line]
The Monster: Friend, friend.

The Monster: [about the Bride] She hates me.

Dr. Pretorius: Do you know who Frankenstein is, and who you are?
The Monster: Yes, I know... made me from dead... I *love* dead... hate living.
Dr. Pretorius: You are wise in your generation.

The Monster: [realizes Dr. Pretorius isn't working] WOOORK!

The Monster: [Speaking to Frankenstein and Elizabeth] Go you live
[turning to Dr.Pretorius]
The Monster: You stay we belong dead.

No Such Thing (2001)
The Monster: The time it takes to kill these morons is... depressing.

The Monster: Nobody's afraid of me any more.
Beatrice: ...I'm afraid of you

The Monster: [sighs]
Beatrice: What are you thinking about?
The Monster: [after a long pause] Nobody's afraid of me any more.
Beatrice: [She pats his back and rests her head on his shoulder] I'm afraid of you.

The Monster: I don't believe there is a God this cruel.
The Monster: I don't believe there is a God. Then again, maybe I am God. Either way, I'm still fucked.

The Monster: I can't go out there and be expected not to kill anybody.

Young Frankenstein (1974)
Igor: What is this?
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: Schwartzwalder Kirschtorte.
The Monster: [off-screen] MMMMMMM!
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: Oh, do you like it? I'm not partial to desserts myself, but this is excellent.
Igor: Who are you talking to?
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: To you. You just made a yummy sound, so I thought you liked the dessert.
Igor: I didn't make a yummy sound, I just asked you what it is.
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: But you did. I just heard it.
Igor: It wasn't me.
Inga: It wasn't me.
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: Well, now look here. If it wasn't you, and it wasn't you...
[he asks himself]
The Monster: [off-camera] Mmmmmm!

Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: [singing] If you're blue, and you don't know where to go to, why don't you go where fashion sits...

The Monster: For as long as I can remember people have hated me. They looked at my face and my body and they ran away in horror. In my loneliness I decided that if I could not inspire love, which is my deepest hope, I would instead cause fear. I live because this poor half-crazed genius, has given me life. He alone held an image of me as something beautiful and then, when it would have been easy enough to stay out of danger, he used his own body as a guinea pig to give me a calmer brain and a somewhat more sophisticated way of expressing myself.

Frau Blücher: It's not rotten! It's a good brain!
Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: IT'S ROTTEN, I TELL YOU! ROTTEN!
The Monster: [lunging at Dr. Frankenstein] RRAAAAAAAA!
Igor: Ixnay on the ottenray.

The Monster: [picks last petal off a flower and throws it into the well]
Little Girl: Now throw a kiss and say "Bye bye."
The Monster: [throws kiss, waves, and grunts "bye bye"]
Little Girl: Oh dear. Nothing left. What shall we throw in now?

Death Race 2000 (1975)
Harold: Is it true that with your new mechanical arm you can shift gears in less than a twentieth of a second? Would you care to comment on that?
Frankenstein: No.
Harold: How do you feel about going into the race with a navigator you've never met?
Grace Pander: You'll love Annie. She's a red-hot sexpot.
Frankenstein: She'd better be a red-hot navigator.

Frankenstein: You want to make love to me because I drive the Monster and wear this costume.

[Annie has just taken off his mask; he is supposed to be hideous to look at]
Frankenstein: What'd you expect, another pretty face?

Annie Paine: [pulls off Frankenstein's glove, revealing a grenade built into his hand] A grenade?
Frankenstein: A hand grenade!

Frankenstein: The True Story (1973) (TV)
Dr. Victor Frankenstein: [to the Creature, viciously] Are you satisfied now? Have you punished me enough for giving you life?
[he calms down, then:]
Dr. Victor Frankenstein: I've wronged you, I know. I, I disowned you. I wanted to destroy you. How can I blame you for anything that you've done? Poor creature... you're as weary of life as I am. If only I could rid mankind of us both. I'm a weak human, I can't stay long in this terrible place. But your iron body will keep you alive against your will. You'll be all alone here. That would be too cruel. Forgive me. Please forgive me.
[the creature doesn't answer]
Dr. Victor Frankenstein: *Forgive me!*
[the shout and its echoes begin to cause an avalanche]
The Creature: [in a flashback to his "birth" and first words] Beautiful.
[In Henry Clerval's voice]
The Creature: Victor. Bravo. Bravo, Victor.
[as the ice cave crumble around them, they walk towards each other and the Creature places a hand on Victor's shoulder]
Dr. Victor Frankenstein: Rest.

The Creature: [in Henry Clerval's voice] Do you still assume the authority of the almighty, Miss Fanschawe?

Elizabeth Fanschawe: [she and the Creature are face to face over Victor's unconscious body] What more do you want from him?
The Creature: Victor made me.
Elizabeth Fanschawe: God has forgiven him that sin. He has a child now.
The Creature: Child?
Elizabeth Fanschawe: What do you know of life, you thing of death?

The Creature: [hypnotized and speaking in Henry Clervel's voice] For God's sake, help me, Polidori!
Dr. John Polidori: I can't help you, Henry. And God certainly won't. Why should he? He didn't create this... freak.

Flesh Gordon (1974)
Monster: Nobody burns my ass and gets away with it, Gordon.

Monster: [after being shot in the bum by Flesh Gordon] Ooh, the pain! The humiliation! The hemorrhoids!

Monster: [holding Dale Ardor in his paw] Wonder what you'd look like, in black panties?

Monster: [holding Dale in his grip] I just want to...
[peels her top off]
Monster: ... look at your tits.

The Evil of Frankenstein (1964)
Baron Frankenstein: [upon discovering a hanged effigy of himself inside his ransacked home] Why can't they leave me alone? Why can't they *ever* leave me alone?

Baron Frankenstein: I realized long ago that the only way to prove my theories was to make something in my laboratory that actually lived. I never told you, Hans... I succeeded once.

Body Snatcher: [referring to a stolen body] I've got it!
Baron Frankenstein: So I observe... and so will half the county, if you don't hurry up and bring it inside!

Frankenstein's Daughter (1958)
Oliver Frank aka Frankenstein: You've always treated me as a monster, Trudy. Now you're going to be one.

Elsu: Your father and grandfather never used a female brain.
Oliver Frank aka Frankenstein: No. The way the female's brain is conditioned to a man's world. Therefore it takes orders where the other one's didn't.

Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound (1990)
The Monster: You think that you have killed me. But I will be with you forever. I am unbound.

The Monster: What am I that you must destroy me?
Buchanan: An abomination, in the eyes of God.
The Monster: Then what are you?
Buchanan: I am...Frankenstein!

Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf (1988) (TV)
Vanna Pira: [reading about Shaggy] It says he's an American, and he's cute.
Dracula: A cute werewolf? Bah, the Hunch Bunch will take care of that.
Vanna Pira: Oh no! Not the Hunch Bunch!
Frankenstein: Not the Hunch Bunch!
Swamp Monster: Ohhhhh yuck!
Witch: They're so awful!
Frankenstein: And so horrible!
Dracula: Yes!
Dracula: The Hunch Bunch!

Brunch: [he and Crunch are imitating cats on a fence to keep Shaggy up] Meow, meow, I say, meow.
[Frankenstein throws his shoes at them and knocks them out]
Frankenstein: Doggone kitty cats.

The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (1979) (TV)
Frankenstein's Monster: My feet hurt!
Count Dracula: Don't give me that! I happen to know those aren't your feet!
Frankenstein's Monster: What did you have to bring that up for?

Frankenstein's Monster: Are they gone yet?
Count Dracula: Yes, it's safe for you to come out now and protect my life!

The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
The Monster: [with Ygor's voice] I am... Ygor.

The Monster: [with Ygor's voice] Bohmer! You tricked me, Bohmer!

"Doctor Who: The God Complex (#6.11)" (2011)
The Creature: An ancient creature, drenched in the blood of the innocent, drifting in space through an endless shifting maze. For such a creature, death would be a gift.

"Wishbone: Frankenbone (#1.17)" (1995)
Wishbone: [as Victor Frankenstein] You are an inhuman monster!
The Monster: You made me this way!

The Monster Squad (1987)
Frankenstein: BOGUS! Bogus.

"Penny Dreadful: Grand Guignol (#1.8)" (2014)
The Creature: I would rather be the corpse I was than the man I am.

"Frankenstein" (2004)
The Creature: The world has rejected me! I hoped my father would not.
Victor Frankenstein: I'm not your father!
The Creature: You made me what I am.

"Penny Dreadful: Resurrection (#1.3)" (2014)
The Creature: You have not known Horror until I show it to you.