Henry Frankenstein: Oh, what a wonderful vision it was. I dreamed of being the first to give to the world - the secret that God is so jealous of: the formula for life. Think of the power - to create a man - and I did. I did it! I created a man - and who knows, in time, I could have trained him to do my will. I could have built a race. I might even have found the secret of eternal life.
Minnie: It's alive. The Monster. It's alive! Ohhh-ohhh.
The Monster: Woman... Friend... Wife.
Minnie: I'd hate to find him under my bed at night. He's a nightmare in the daylight, he is.
The Monster: We belong dead.
Doctor Pretorius: The Bride of Frankenstein.
The Monster: I want friend like me.
Henry Frankenstein: What we need is a female victim of sudden death. Can you do it?
Minnie: Nobody'd believe me! All right. I wash me hands of it. They can all be murdered in their beds.
Hans' Wife: Come back Hans! You will be burned yourself. Maria drowned to death and you burned up, what should I do then? Awwwww.
Henry Frankenstein: I've been cursed for delving into the mysteries of life.
Doctor Pretorius: Sometimes I have wondered whether life wouldn't be much more amusing if we were all devils, no nonsense about angels and being good.
Doctor Pretorius: We shall drink to our partnership. Do you like gin? It is my only weakness.
The Monster: Alone: bad. Friend: good.
Doctor Pretorius: You and I have gone too far to stop. Nor, can it be stopped so easily.
Doctor Pretorius: Isn't it amazing, Henry? Lying here, within this skull, is an artificially developed human brain. Each cell, each convolution - ready. Waits for life to come.
Minnie: It's Doctor Pretorius. He says he wants to see the Master. Most insistent.
Henry Frankenstein: Pretorius?
Minnie: He's a very queer looking old gentleman, sir. I must see you on a secret, grave matter, he said. Tonight. Alone.
Henry Frankenstein: Bring him in.
Elizabeth: Henry, who is this man?
Minnie: Doctor Pretorius.