The title creatures in each of these went on to become what have become informally known as the Famous Monsters.
Soon after his arrival, Larry accompanies his father to the attic and while looking through a massive telescope sees local maiden, Gwen Conliffe Evelyn Ankers in her room, which sits above the local Antiques Shop she owns.
She also has one of the greatest lines in the film, a prayer she says to her son, Bela and later to Larry. Generations of moviegoers were fooled into believing that his werewolf poem, which he repeats several times within the film for added effect, was real.
Larry rushes home. Universal had made several tentative attempts to create a werewolf film during this period, most notably with WereWolf of Londonalthough that had not been a huge success. Henry Hull in Werewolf Of London six years earlier refused to succumb to the full makeup treatment.
What others are saying. Bela sees the pentagram in a circle on her right hand: the next victim of the werewolf.
He growls and pants, dragging the trap around the woods. Jekyll and Mr. Sir John repeats the poem which leads the conversation to Gwen. The next morning an open window with wolf prints on the windowsill are seen.