The Mad Ghoul (1943)
[Ken McClure pursues the ghoul into his bier]
Egan (mortician): For goodness sake, whatever you do, don't mar the coffin!
Ted Allison: I can't help feeling a sense of evil in all this.
Dr. Alfred Morris: Moral concepts? I'm a scientist. To me there is no good or evil, only true or false. Work with one; discard the other.
'Scoop' McClure: What kind of corpse do I make, Mr. Egan?
Egan (mortician): Very nice, very nice indeed... considering you have the disavantage of being alive. Now if I was preparing you...
'Scoop' McClure: Never mind. That;s one disadvantage I want to keep for a while.
Dr. Alfred Morris: [Responding to the corpse sitting up and pulling a gun on him] Reports of your death seem to be greatly exaggerated.
Dr. Alfred Morris: [Lecturing to his class] We have lethal gases which are usedfor a definite purpose... to kill. The poison gas of the natives had a definite purpose, but it not bring death though, but death in life, or, if you prefer, life in death.
Dr. Alfred Morris: [Shocked to find Ted destroying the formula] You fool! You madman! What have you done?
Ted Allison: I'm sending this evil back into the darkness!
Dr. Alfred Morris: Ted, you're mad! You can't do this!
Ted Allison: You're wrong, Doctor. Thee's nothing left of it now but you, and me, and this!
Det. Garrity: [Regarding Eric] Nothing ghoulish-looking about that guy to me.
Sgt. Macklin: You can't tell about these musicians. A lot of them are pretty queer ducks.
Sgt. Macklin: [to Isabel] Suppose he's two people, the man you love and the ghoul?
Det. Garrity: Anyone in this town who gets into a cemetery tonight won't get out alive.
Dr. Alfred Morris: I could use an assistant. How'd you like to spend your vacation helping me with my experiments at home>
Ted Allison: Would I? Say, there isn't a fellow in class who wouldn't give a leg to work with you in the lab!
Dr. Alfred Morris: [Tongue in cheek] Oh, that's rather more than the privilege is worth. You needn't give me a leg; just lend me a hand.