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180 Young Frankenstein Quotes on Scientific Research

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1. “Oh, sweet mystery of life, at last, I’ve found you! At last, I know the secret of it all!” – Inga

2. “It’s pronounced ‘Fronkensteen.’” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

3. “Hallo, would you like to have a roll in the hay?” – Inga

4. “Oh, where you going? Oh, you men are all alike. Seven or eight quick ones and then you’re out with the boys to boast and brag. You better keep your mouth shut! Oh—I think I love him.” – Elizabeth Lavenza

5. “What the hell are you doing in the bathroom day and night? Why don’t you get out of there and give someone else a chance?” – Igor

6. “For the experiment to be a success, all of the body parts must be enlarged.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

7. “You know, there’s something I’ve been meaning to ask you. In the transference, the monster got part of your wonderful brain. But, what did you ever get from him?” – Inga

8. “Are you saying that I put an abnormal brain into a 7.5-foot long, 54-inch wide gorilla!? Is that what you’re telling me?!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

9. “Put the candle back!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

10. “Didn’t you use to have that on the other side?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

11. “I thought I told you never to interrupt me while I’m working!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

12. “Footsteps! Footsteps!” – Inspector Kemp

13. “From that fateful day, when stinking bits of slime first crawled from the sea and shouted to the cold stars, ‘I am man,’ our greatest dread has always been the knowledge of our mortality.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

14. “You have to remember that a worm—with very few exceptions—is not a human being.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

15. “There. Now I’ve touched it. Happy?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

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16. “You know, I don’t mean to embarrass you, but I’m a rather brilliant surgeon. Perhaps I can help you with that hump.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

17. “I am a scientist, not a philosopher! You have more chance of reanimating this scalpel than you have of mending a broken nervous system!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

18. “For what we are about to see next, we must enter quietly into the realm of genius.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

19. “Please! Remain in your seats, I beg you! We are not children here, we are scientists! I assure you there is nothing to fear!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

20. “My fellow scientists and neurosurgeons, ladies and gentlemen. A few short weeks ago, coming from a background, believe me, as conservative and traditionally grounded in scientific fact as any of you, I began an experiment in, incredulous as it may sound, the reanimation of dead tissue.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

21. “Oh, what an awesome sight. What a profound and reverent night this is.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

22. “That any more than common injury to the nerve root is always serious.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

23. “Yes! Yes! Yes! We all know what he did, but I’d rather be remembered for my own small contributions to science, and not because of my accidental relationship to a famous cuckoo.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

24. “With such a specimen for a body, all we need now is an equally magnificant brain. You know what to do?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

25. “His veins, his feet, his hands, his organs would all have to be increased in size.” – Inga

26. “Ah. Good. Uh, would you mind telling me whose brain I did put in?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

27. “He’s a Frankenstein! And they’re all alike! It’s in their blood. They can’t help it. All those scientists, they’re all alike. They say they’re working for us, but what they really want is to rule the world!” – Townsperson

28. “Life! Do you hear me? Give my creation life!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

29. “My grandfather’s work was doodoo! I am not interested in death! The only thing that concerns me is the preservation of life! Class is dismissed.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

30. “There’s a possibility of electrocution! Do you understand?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

31. “Isn’t it true that Darwin preserved a piece of vermicelli in a glass case until, by some extraordinary means, it actually began to move with a voluntary motion?” – Student

32. “Tonight, we shall ascend into the heavens. We shall mock the earthquake. We shall command the thunders, and penetrate into the very womb of impervious nature herself.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

33. “Hearts and kidneys are tinker toys! I’m talking about the central nervous system!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

34. “As the minuteness of the parts formed a great hindrance to my speed, I resolved therefore to make a being of a gigantic stature.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

35. “Well, sir, I’m not sure I understand the distinction between reflexive and voluntary nerve impulses.” – Student

36. “We are not aware of these impulses, neither do we intend them to carry out our contraction of muscles; yet as you can see, they work by themselves. But, what if we block the nerve impulse by simply applying local pressure? Which can be done with any ordinary metal clamp just at the swelling, on the posterior nerve roots—for oh say, five or six seconds.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

37. “Because once a nerve fiber is severed, there is no way in heaven or on earth to regenerate life back into it.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

38. “Reflex movements are those which are made independently of the will, but are carried out along pathways which pass between the peripheral nervous system and the central nervous system.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

39. “You have just witnessed a voluntary nerve impulse. It begins as a stimulus from the cerebral cortex, passes through the brain stem and to the particular muscles involved. Mr. Hilltop, you may lower your knee.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

40. “If we look at the base of a brain, which has just been removed from the skull, there’s very little of the midbrain that we can actually see. Yet, as I demonstrated in my lecture last week, if the under aspects of the temporal lobes are gently pulled apart, the upper portion of the stem of the brain can be seen.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

41. “No. No. Be of good cheer. If science teaches us anything, it teaches us to accept our failures, as well as our successes, with quiet dignity and grace.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

42. “But tonight, we shall hurl the gauntlet of science into the frightful face of death itself.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

43. “The so-called ‘brain stem’ consists of the midbrain, a rounded protrusion called the pons, and a stalk tapering downwards called the medulla oblongata, which passes out of the skull through the foramen magnum, and becomes, of course, the spinal cord. Are there any questions before we proceed?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

44. “In spite of our mechanical magnificence, if it were not for this continuous stream of motor impulses, we would collapse like a bunch of broccoli!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

45. “Together, you and I are going to make the greatest single contribution to science since the creation of fire!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

46. “You haven’t even touched your food.” – Inga

47. “Wait, Master, it might be dangerous—you go first.” – Igor

48. “What hump?” – Igor

49. “Well, why isn’t it ‘Froaderick Fronkensteen?’” – Igor

50. “There, wolf. There, castle.” – Igor

51. “Have all the preparations been made for the transference?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

52. “It’s the only thing that can save him now.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

53. “For as long as I can remember, people have hated me. They looked at my face and my body and they ran away in horror. In my loneliness, I decided that if I could not inspire love, which was my deepest hope, I would instead cause fear! I live because this poor, half-crazed genius has given me life. He alone held an image of me as something beautiful. And then, when it would have been easy enough to stay out of danger, he used his own body as a guinea pig to give me a calmer brain and a somewhat more sophisticated way of expressing myself.” – Frankenstein’s Monster

54. “To wash up. I’ve got to look normal. We’ve all of us got to behave normally.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

55. “Through the dumbwaiter. I heard the strangest music from the upstairs and—I just followed it down. Call it a hunch. Ba-dum shi!” – Igor

56. “You must be Igor.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

57. “But, wasn’t that the basis of your grandfather’s work? The reanimation of dead tissue?” – Student

58. “You realize you’re risking both your lives?” – Igor

59. “Please, I beg you! For safety’s sake, don’t humiliate him!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

60. “Yes! It’s all written down in the notes! Now tie off the kites and hurry down as fast as you can!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

61. “This man is different, I tell you. You can see that after you talk to him for five minutes!” – Inspector 

62. “My name is Frankenstein!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

63. “You filthy, rotten, yellow son of a bitch!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

64. “Stand back, for the love of God! He’s got a rotten brain!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

65. “Gone! Gone! We’ve got to find him, you understand? We’ve got to find him before he kills someone! What have I done? Oh, God in Heaven! What have I done?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

66. “Dirty word! He said a dirty word!” – Igor

67. “I am not a Frankenstein. I’m a Fronkensteen. Don’t give me that. I don’t believe in fate. And I won’t say it. All right, you win. You win. I give. I’ll say it. I’ll say it. I’ll say it. Destiny! Destiny! No escaping that for me!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

68. “Why you mother-grabbing bastard!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

69. “Let me out. Let me out of here. Get me the hell out of here. What’s the matter with you people? I was joking! Don’t you know a joke when you hear one? Jesus Christ, let me out of here! Open this goddamn door or I’ll kick your rotten heads in! Mommy!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

70. “Love is the only thing that can save this poor creature, and I am going to convince him that he is loved even at the cost of my own life. No matter what you hear in there, no matter how cruelly I beg you, no matter how terribly I may scream, do not open this door or you will undo everything I have worked for. Do you understand? Do not open this door!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

71. “I don’t want to live! I don’t want to live!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

72. “Son of a bitch! Bastard! I’ll get you for this! What did you do to me? What did you do to me!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

73. “Stop it! Stop that! Stop it! You’ll kill him!” – Inga

74. “What knockers!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

75. “Throw the third switch!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

76. “You’re incorrigible, aren’t you? You little zipper neck! Come over here, you hot monster!” – Elizabeth Lavenza

77. “Nice hopping. Mr. Hilltop, would you raise your left knee, please?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

78. “Oh darling, how can I sum up in a few words what it’s taken me a lifetime to say?” – Elizabeth Lavenza

79. “What a filthy job.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

80. “Fronkensteen, aren’t you the least curious about it? Doesn’t bringing back to life what was once dead hold any intrigue for you?” – Student

81. “Nice workin’ with ya.” – Igor

82. “You are talking about the nonsensical ravings of a lunatic mind. Dead is dead!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

83. “Are you speaking of the worm or the spaghetti?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

84. “Suit yourself. I’m easy.” – Igor

85. “Why are you talking that way?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

86. “But, look at what has been done with hearts and kidneys!” – Student

87. “I understand. I understand. Why are you shouting?” – Igor

88. “Damn your eyes.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

89. “It’s rotten, I tell you! Rotten!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

90. “But, aren’t you the of the famous Dr. Victor Frankenstein who went into graveyards, dug up freshly buried corpses, and transformed dead components into—.” – Student

91. “If you’re blue, and you don’t know where to go to, why don’t you go where fashion sits?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

92. “It’s not rotten! It’s a good brain!” – Frau Blücher

93. “Honey, did you see I put another hamper in the bathroom? This one’s for your shirts, the other’s just for socks and poo-poo undies.” – Elizabeth Lavenza

94. “I didn’t make a yummy sound, I just asked you what it is.” – Igor

95. “Wait. Where are you going? I was going to make Espresso.” – The Blindman

96. “Roll, roll, roll in ze hay.” – Inga

97. “I came to tell you that your fiance should be arriving any second!” – Frau Blücher

98. “Two nasty lookin’ switches over there, but I’m not going to be the first.” – Igor

99. “Let’s all go have some sponge cake and a little wine.” – Inspector Kemp

100. “No, the dress is taffeta. It wrinkles so easily.” – Elizabeth Lavenza

101. “Soitenly. You take the blonde, I’ll take the one in the turban.” – Igor

102. “Ovaltine?” – Frau Blücher

103. “Sedagive!?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

104. “Now, that brain that you gave me—was it Hans Delbruck’s?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

105. “Abby someone? Abby who?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

106. “What I have to offer you may possibly be the gateway to immortality.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

107. “Alive! It’s alive! It’s alive!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

108. “Mr. Hilltop here—with whom I have never worked, nor given any prior instructions to—has graciously offered his services for this afternoon’s demonstration. Mr. Hilltop, would you hop up on your feet and stand beside this table?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

109. “And now, ladies and gentlemen, from what was only an inarticulate mass of lifeless tissue, I give you a cultured, sophisticated man about town. Hit it!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

110. “Excuse me, darling, what is exactly that you do?” – Elizabeth Lavenza

111. “It’s gonna be a long night. If you need any help with the girls, I’ll be—.” – Igor

 112. “Oh, I’m so happy to meet you at last!” – Inga

113. “No, it’s pronounced ‘eye-gor.’” – Igor

114. “He would have an enormous schwanzschtücker.” – Inga

115. “You know, I’ll never forget my old dad. When these things would happen to him. The things he’d say to me.” – Igor

116. “My grandfather was a very sick man.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

117. “Hello, handsome! You’re a good-looking fellow, do you know that? People laugh at you, people hate you, but why do they hate you? Because they are jealous! Look at that boyish face. Look at that sweet smile. Do you wanna talk about physical strength? Do you want to talk about sheer muscle? Do you want to talk about the Olympian ideal? You are a God! And listen to me, you are not evil.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

118. “Are you sure you want to go through with this?” – Igor

119. “Well, this explains the music.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

120. “Hold on to your hat! I’ll be right back.” – Inga

121. “Oh, do you like it? I’m not partial to desserts myself, but this is excellent.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

122. “Yes. It’s in your blood—it’s in the blood of all Frankensteins. It reaches the soul when words are useless. Your grandfather used to play it to the creature he was making.” – Frau Blücher

123. “You are good! This is a nice boy. This is a good boy. This is a mother’s angel. And I want the world to know once and for all, and without any shame, that we love him! I’m going to teach you. I’m going to show you how to walk, how to speak, how to move, how to think.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

124. “As you can see, all communication is shut off.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

125. “I have a pretty good idea.” – Igor

126. “And it was you who left my grandfather’s book out for me to find.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

127. “Yes. Yes. Say it. He vas my boyfriend.” – Frau Blücher

128. “I’m holding onto it, Darling!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

129. “My grandfather used to work for your grandfather. Of course, the rates have gone up.” – Igor

130. “Would the doctor care for a brandy before retiring?” – Frau Blücher

131. “I was talking about the luggage.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

132. “Are you sure this is how they did it?” – Igor

133. “I have one question, Dr. Frankenstein.” – Student

134. “I suggest you put on a tie!” – Frau Blücher

135. “Of course, that would simplify everything.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

136. “Now, throw a kiss and say, ‘Bye bye.’” – Little Girl

137. “Pardon me, boy. Is this the Transylvania station?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

138. “To you. You just made a yummy sound, so I thought you liked the dessert.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

139. “Yes, yes, raise the platform.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

140. “Igor, help me with the bags.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

141. “That was your cigar smoldering in the ashtray.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

142. “Oh my God. Woof.” – Elizabeth Lavenza

143. “He’s going to be very popular.” – Igor

144. “Well, they were wrong then, weren’t they?” – Igor

145. “I’m almost sure that was the name.” – Igor

146. “Do you also say, ‘Froaderick.’” – Igor

147. “But, they told me it was ‘ee-gor.’” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

148. “Elizabeth! Here, tonight?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

149. “You played that music in the middle of the night.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

150. “Taffeta, sweetheart.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

151. “Then, it was you all the time.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

152. “Who are you talking to?” – Igor

153. “To the lumber yard!” – Inspector Kemp

154. “Well, dear, are you ready?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

155. “Oh, Doctor, I’m sorry.” – Inga

156. “Dr. Fronkensteen! Are you all right?” – Inga

157. “Why the worm, sir?” – Student

158. “I will not be angry.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

159. “You’re putting me on.” – Igor

160. “That goes without saying.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

161. “What is this place?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

162. “Sit down, won’t you?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

163. “But, you did. I just heard it.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

164. “I thought you wanted to.” – Igor

165. “Just a few more seconds.” – Inga

166. “I ain’t got nobody, and nobody cares for me.” – Igor

167. “Nothing! Thank you! I’m a little tired!” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

168. “Well, now look here. If it wasn’t you, and it wasn’t you—.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

169. “What’s the hurry?” – Igor

170. “Some varm milk, perhaps?” – Frau Blücher

171. “And you won’t be angry?” – Igor

172. “No, thank you very much. No thanks.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

173. “Good night, Frau Blücher.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

174. “Now? Right here?” – Inga

175. “It’s still warm.” – Igor

176. “Elevate me.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

177. “Ixnay on the ottenray.” – Igor

178. “Then, I vill say—good night, Herr Doctor.” – Frau Blücher

179. “How did you get here?” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

180. “Your, uh—oh, nevermind.” – Dr. Frederick Frankenstein

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