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Sir John Talbot (Character)
from The Wolf Man (1941)

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The Wolf Man -- A practical man returns to his homeland, is attacked by a creature of folklore, and imbued with a malady his disciplined mind tells him can not possibly exist.

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Larry Talbot's father. Is very stiff necked, and doesn't... See more »

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  1. The Wolfman (2010) Played by Anthony Hopkins
    ... aka "Wolfman" - Japan (English title)

  2. The Wolf Man (1941) Played by Claude Rains
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  1. The Wolfman (1966) Played by Claude Rains

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From The Wolf Man (1941)
Sir John Talbot: You've been preying upon his gullibility with your witch's tales.
Maleva: But you fixed him, didn't you, Sir John? You don't believe the witch's tales, do you?
Sir John Talbot: Not for a minute.
Maleva: Then where were you going, Sir John? Why aren't you back there, at the shooting stand?
Sir John Talbot: I was.
Maleva: Were you hurrying back to the castle? Did you have a moment's doubt? Were you hurrying to make sure he's all right?
Sir John Talbot: I wanted to be with my son. I was going back...
[a rifle fires in the distance]
Maleva: Yes, Sir John, you were going. Hurry, Sir John, hurry.
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