The Bates sadly care for their severely disabled daughter Pattie. Martin arrives at their door claiming to be her college friend. He charms them into accepting him as a lodger and carer for Pattie. But Martin is not all he seems.
Did You Know?
The poem Martin recites when he first sees Patricia ("I will not fail to meet thee in that hollow vale ...") is "Exequy on His Wife" by Henry King, Bishop of Chichester. See more
Eggs. You have any eggs?
Oval spheroids deposited through the rectum of the domestic fowl.
Remade as Brimstone & Treacle
That Old Black Magic
Music by Harold Arlen
and lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Heard when Martin first goes to Patricia's room and later when Martin pushes her in the wheelchair. See more