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Quotes from An American Werewolf in London

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    • Jack: Now, I'm really sorry to be upsetting you, but I have to warn you.
    • David: Warn me?
    • Jack: We were attacked by a werewolf.
    • [putting his hands over his ears]
    • David: I'm not listening to this!
    • Jack: On the moors, we were attacked by a lycanthrope, a werewolf. I was murdered, an unnatural death, and now I walk the earth in limbo until the werewolf's curse is lifted.
    • David: Shut up!
    • Jack: The wolf's bloodline must be severed; the last remaining werewolf must be destroyed. It's you, David.
    • David: How could there have been witnesses? It was so dark. We were running, and I fell and Jack went to help me up, and this thing came from nowhere. I don't know what they're talking about.
    • Jack: It's a full moon...
    • [remembering the warning they received]
    • DavidJack: Beware the moon...
    • David: And stick to the road. Oops.
    • Jack: I vote we go back to the Slaughtered Lamb.
    • Little boy: A naked American man stole my balloons.
    • Jack: Have you tried talking to a corpse? It's boring.
    • David: I will not be threatened by a walking meat loaf!
    • Dart Player: Stay on the road. Keep clear of the moors.
    • Chess Player: Beware the moon, lads.
    • [Appearing for the first time as the undead]
    • Jack: Can I have a piece of toast?
    • [while transforming]
    • David: I didn't mean to call you a meat loaf, Jack!
    • [to himself]
    • David: I'm going completely crazy.
    • [to Dr. Hirsch]
    • Dart Player: He'll change, He'll...
    • Chess Player: THAT'S ENOUGH!... That's enough.
    • Alex: Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face and neck?
    • Nurse Susan Gallagher: He's a Jew.
    • Alex: How do you know?
    • Nurse Susan Gallagher: I've had a look.
    • Jack: There is nothing mediocre about Debbie Klein's body.
    • [accusing David of his murder]
    • Gerald Bringsley: Whereas I am a victim of your carnivorous lunar activities.
    • Hospital Porter: Don't ask me, I'm just an orderly. I push things around.
    • Alex: Shall I be forced to feed you, David?
    • [looking out the window as the werewolf kills two people]
    • Sean's Wife: Sean, I think there are some hooligans in the park again.
    • Alf: Here! Who's there?
    • Ted: That's not Winston!
    • Alf: Look! There!
    • Joseph: Mary, mother of God!
    • Dart Player: You made me miss.
    • Jack: Sorry.
    • Dart Player: I've never missed that board before.
    • Taxi Driver: Puts you in mind of the days of the old demon barber of Fleet Street, don't it?
    • Alex: Sorry?
    • Taxi Driver: The murders.
    • David: What murders?
    • Taxi Driver: Haven't you heard? Last night... six of 'em. All in different parts of the city, all mutilated. He must be a real right maniac, this fella.
    • David: Maybe it's a sheep dog... let's keep going.
    • [still discussing how David can kill himself in order to lift the curse]
    • Harry Berman: A gun is good.
    • Judith Browns: You just put the gun to your forehead and pull the trigger.
    • Gerald Bringsley: If you put it in your mouth, then you'd be sure not to miss.
    • David: Thank you, you're all so thoughtful.
    • [to the truck driver]
    • Jack: You have very beautiful sheep.
    • Jack: Did you hear that?
    • David: Heathcliff.
    • Jack: Heathcliff didn't howl!
    • David: No, but he was on the moors.
    • David: I heard that.
    • Jack: What was it?
    • David: Could be a lot of things.
    • Jack: Yeah?
    • David: A coyote.
    • Jack: There aren't any coyotes in England.
    • David: The Hound of the Baskervilles.
    • Jack: Pecos Bill.
    • David: Nurse!
    • Jack: Listen to me!
    • [crying]
    • David: Nurse!
    • Jack: The undead surround me. Have you ever talked to a corpse? It's boring! I'm lonely! Kill yourself, David, before you kill others.
    • [David continues crying]
    • Jack: Please don't cry.
    • David: I'm a werewolf.
    • Alex: Are you alright?
    • David: I don't know, I'll let you know the next full moon.
    • Jack: David, you are hurting my feelings!
    • David: Hurting your feelings? Has it occurred to you that it might be unsettling to see you arise from the grave to visit me?
    • [first lines]
    • Truck Driver: That way is Proctor, and over here is the moors. I go this way.
    • Jack: Thanks for the ride, sir. You have lovely sheep.
    • Truck Driver: Boys, keep off the moors, stick to the roads. The best to ya...
    • David: Thanks again.
    • [then to the sheep]
    • David: We'll miss you.
    • David: Bye girls...
    • Jack: Beware the moon, David.
    • [last lines]
    • Alex: I love you David.
    • David: Maybe its a sheep dog... lets keep going
    • Chess Player: There was this airplane over the Atlantic on its way to New York. It was full of men from the United Nations. So halfway over the ocean the engines run low on petrol so they have to lighten the plane. So they heave out all the baggage, but it's still too heavy. So they chuck out the seats, but it's still too heavy! Finally this Froggy steps up and shouts "Viva la France" and leaps out. Then an Englishman steps up and shouts 'God save the Queen!' and leaps out. But the plane is still too heavy. So the Yank delegate from Texas steps up, shouts, 'Remember the Alamo!' and chucks out the Mexican.
    • Jack: Life mocks me... even in Death!
    • David: It's a sheepdog or something. Come on, turn slowly. Let's walk away.
    • [David has returned to Alex's flat wearing a womans coat]
    • David: Good Morning. I'm freezing.
    • Alex: David. Where on earth have you been.
    • [excited]
    • David: Alex you wont believe this. I have lost my mind. I woke up at the zoo.
    • Alex: The zoo?
    • [confused]
    • David: What did I do last night?
    • Alex: You don't remember?
    • David: Well I remember seeing you to the door and waving goodbye, and getting locked out of the flat and coming in through the front window, I started to read then I woke up naked at the zoo.
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