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Dr. Mannering (Character)
from Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943)

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Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943)
Dr. Frank Mannering: Mr Talbot, if you want us to help you, you must do as we say. Now, please lie down.
Lawrence Talbot: You think I'm insane. You think I don't know what I'm talking about. Well you just look in that grave where Lawrence Talbot is supposed to be buried and see if you find a body in it!

Dr. Frank Mannering: I can't do it! I can't destroy Frankenstein's creation. I've got to see it at its full power.

Lawrence Talbot: Why have you followed me?
Dr. Frank Mannering: Talbot, you're a murderer.
Lawrence Talbot: Prove it.
Dr. Frank Mannering: You're insane at times and you know it. You're sane enough now though to know what you're doing. Why don't you let me take care of you?
Lawrence Talbot: You think it would do any good to put me in a lunatic asylum?
Dr. Frank Mannering: You know that's where you belong. It's the only thing to do.
Lawrence Talbot: Oh that wouldn't do any good. I'd only escape again sooner or later.
Dr. Frank Mannering: We might be able to cure you. It might prevent you...
Lawrence Talbot: I only want to die. That's why I'm here. If I ever find peace I'll find it here.

Baroness Elsa Frankenstein: Listen to me, Frank. I saw my father become obsessed by his power. He died a horrible death, just as my grandfather did.
Dr. Frank Mannering: Yes, I know.
Baroness Elsa Frankenstein: You promised the people to rid Vasaria of his monstrous creation. I want to be sure that nothing, nothing whatsoever, can sway you. It is in your hands to undo the crimes my father and grandfather committed. We must clear the name of Frankenstein.

Baroness Elsa Frankenstein: When you were talking to the monster, I was afraid you meant what you said.
Dr. Frank Mannering: What did I say?
Baroness Elsa Frankenstein: You said you'd help him.
Dr. Frank Mannering: Of course I can't. I mustn't.