The Devil Rides Out (1968)
Marie Eaton: [to her servant about Mocata] Show him out!
Mocata: I'm leaving.
[walks towards door and stands behind Marie]
Mocata: *I* shall not be back... but something will.
Mocata: Tonight! Something will come for Simon and the girl!
Duc de Richleau: [fearfully] Do you realise what today's date is Rex?
Rex Van Ryn: April the, er, 29th, why?
Duc de Richleau: Mocata isn't going to miss the chance of giving Simon his Devil's baptism at the Grand Sabbat of the year!
Rex Van Ryn: [puzzled] What are you talking about?
Duc de Richleau: Tomorrow night! It's the eve of May Day. Within 24 hours, Simon could be lost to us forever.
Rex Van Ryn: What can we do?
Duc de Richleau: [referring to Tanith] We find the girl!
Marie Eaton: [watching Mocata prepare to sacrifice her daughter, Peggy] Those words you said before, say them again.
Duc de Richleau: [helplessly] I cannot!
Marie Eaton: [urgently] You must! My baby is going to die if you don't. You must speak those words again.
Mocata: [carrying on with the ritual] The bride of chaos.
Mocata: The rider upon the beast.
Mocata: With this knife, do I draw out the blood, which is thy life.
Marie Eaton: [possessed by the spirit of Tanith] Only they who love without desire, shall have power granted them in their darkest hour!
Marie Eaton: [moves to the altar with Peggy lying on it] Peggy, get up. Repeat after me, the words of the Susama Ritual. Oriel Seraphim.
Peggy Eaton: Oriel Seraphim
Marie Eaton: Eo Potesta
Peggy Eaton: Eo Potesta
Marie Eaton: Zati, Zata
Peggy Eaton: Zati, Zata
Marie Eaton: Galatim, Galatah
Peggy Eaton: Galatim, Galatah!
[lightning strikes the altar and it explodes]
Rex Van Ryn: [sadly walks in carrying the body of Tanith] She's dead!
Duc de Richleau: [apologetically] I know Rex. The Angel of Death was summoned. He cannot return empty-handed.
Duc de Richleau: [watching as Rex and Tanith, now restored to life, walk toward the house] Come in my friends.
Marie Eaton: [rushes into the room with husband Richard carrying Peggy] She's alright!
[Sees Tanith standing there]
Marie Eaton: Tanith!
Duc de Richleau: Time itself has been reversed for us. Tanith's death; Peggy's abduction; the ride to Chilbury; the ritual in the cellar... all these things happened. But now, they have not happened. We're back. We are all safe again.
Simon Aron: And is Mocata also safe?
Duc de Richleau: You will also remember, Simon, what I said to you about the Angel of Death once being summoned...
Simon Aron: ...cannot return empty handed!
Duc de Richleau: Exactly. Tanith has been restored to us. But the age old law demands a life for a life, a soul for a soul. And there is only one man in all this world who could replace her life, her soul. The man who invoked the Angel of Death. Mocata *is* dead.
Simon Aron: Thank God!
Duc de Richleau: Yes Simon. He is the one we must thank.