Approved | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller
When a gentlewoman is found dead with her throat torn out, the villagers blame a supernatural monster. But Sherlock Holmes, who gets drawn into the case from nearby Quebec, suspects a human murderer.
Basil Rathbone's last words, drowned out by the music, appear to be "God bless him" (in reference to Winston Churchill).
Potts, Tanner, Ramson:
Who could be ringing the church bell at this time? Maybe it ain't a who Father, maybe it's an it. And maybe it's tolling the bell.
Father Pierre: Aw, there's no such things as ghosts and monsters. Haven't I made that clear to you?
Lady Penrose is said to have been murdered by having her throat torn out, yet when her body is found at the church after she rang the bell to summon help as she was dying, there is no sign of any damage to her throat nor a single drop of blood on or near the body.