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Colonel Montford (Character)
from The Wolf Man (1941)

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Overview

Biography:
The chief of police in Llanwelly VIllage. One of the Talbot's close friends. See more »
Alternate Names:
Col. Montford / Colonel Paul Montford

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  1. The Wolfman (2010) Played by Nicholas Day
    ... aka "Wolfman" - Japan (English title)

  2. The Wolf Man (1941) Played by Ralph Bellamy (as Colonel Paul Montford)
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  1. The Wolfman (1966) Played by Ralph Bellamy (as Col. Montford)

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From The Wolfman (2010)
Colonel Montford: What if it wasn't a beast at all, but a cunning murderer? Someone who bore a grudge against one of these men. To misdirect the authorities, he kills the men, and then he tears up the bodies to make it look like a wild beast was responsible?
Constable Nye: Ridiculous! Who would go to such lengths?
Kirk: What about that gypsy dancing bear? It could have done it.
Colonel Montford: That mangy thing? Kill three men? I doubt it.
Reverend Fisk: I saw the bodies with my own eyes. Unnatural wounds. Most unnatural. Made by a fell creature I'd say.
Kirk: Damn gypsies wandering the countryside bringing their woe and deviltry with them. They show up and two weeks later *this* happens! My guess is Ben Talbot went to their camp to have it off with a gypsy whore. The bear gets hold of him, and they dump what's left of him in the ditch!
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