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Krogh (Character)
from Son of Frankenstein (1939)

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Son of Frankenstein (1939)
Inspector Krogh: One doesn't easily forget, Herr Baron, an arm torn out by the roots.

Baron Wolf von Frankenstein: [about the Monster] Have you ever even seen him?
Inspector Krogh: Most vivid recollection of my life. I was but a child at the time, about the age of your own son Herr Baron. The Monster had escaped and was... ravaging the countryside, killing, maiming, terrorizing. One night he burst into our house. My father took a gun and fired at him but the savage brute sent him crashing to a corner. Then he grabbed me by the arm!
[Krogh lowers his wooden arm]
Inspector Krogh: One doesn't easily forget, Herr Baron, an arm torn out by the roots.

Peter von Frankenstein: Are there lots of giants around here?
Inspector Krogh: Only one that I've ever heard of.
Peter von Frankenstein: Then it must have been him then.
Inspector Krogh: Perhaps.

Peter von Frankenstein: You're not supposed to shake hands with our left hands.
Elsa von Frankenstein: Peter.
Inspector Krogh: I'm sorry. That was very, very rude of me.
Peter von Frankenstein: You're not 'pposed to wear gloves in the house, either.
Baron Wolf von Frankenstein: Son.
Inspector Krogh: Sorry about that too. But you see I only have one real arm. This one isn't mine.
Peter von Frankenstein: Well, whose is it?

Baron Wolf von Frankenstein: Herr Lang, eh? Never heard of him before. Oh, well. I suppose the villagers will say I that killed him just the same.
Inspector Krogh: No, not that you killed him, but that you know who did.
Baron Wolf von Frankenstein: Really? But of course I know who did. Haven't you heard? The monster!
Inspector Krogh: Yes, that's what they think.
Baron Wolf von Frankenstein: Is it the old legendary monster of my father's time, or am I supposed to have *whipped* one up... as a housewife whips up an omelet?

[last lines]
Baron Wolf von Frankenstein: Goodbye, gentlemen.
Burgomaster: Goodbye, Baron.
Inspector Krogh: Goodbye, Peter.
Peter von Frankenstein: Goodbye, General.