The Mystery of Irma Vep - Lady Enid / Nicodemus

"I'm on an eternal diet. The stage you know."

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"He's killed the wrong wolf."

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"The killer was aroused. He turned on the child and sank his fangs into his tender neck."

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"Be it whatever thing it may - I'll follow it!"

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JANE: He thinks he's seen Victor. LADY ENID: The wolf or the boy? JANE: Both.

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"The sarcoFAGus is intact!"

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"Hay bebe!"

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"Those lips. Silent for three thousand years now beg to be kissed. But do I dare?"

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"A full moooooon!"

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"'Tis the Last Rose of Summer."

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NICODEMUS: I love you Janey, with all my heart. JANE: No you don't. It's just infatuation tinged with lust.

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LADY ENID: To kiss you? LORD EDGAR: As if to kiss me - but she doesn't kiss. She sucks.

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"I warn you to refrain from provoking me or I will ask your abduction as a special favor."

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NICODEMUS: There, there, Lady Enid. 'Tis the wind and nothing more. LADY ENID: Oh Nicodemus, I was so frightened, so terribly, terribly frightened!

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"AAAaaaAAAHHHhhhhh"

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"Each man kills the thing he loves."

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Photos © Bob Eddy, First Light Studios