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* CompeteForTheMaidensHand: In "The Golfing Story", Parratt and Potter are in the love with the same woman, who cannot choose between them, so they play a round of golf for her hand, with the winner earning the right to marry her.

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* DrivenToSuicide: In "The Golfing Story", Potter commits [[SuicideBySea suicide by water hazard]] after losing Mary to Parratt in a gam of golf: a game in which Parratt cheated.

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* LoveTriangle: In "The Golfing Story", Potter and Parratt are both in love with Mary, who loves each of them equally. They eventually agree to break the deadlock by playing a round of golf: the winner to receive Mary's hand in marriage. Mary enthusiastically agrees to this proposal.


* FelonyMisdemeanor: In "The Golfing Story", cheating at golf is considered the most heinous sin a man can commit. So serious that Potter returns from the dead to punish Parratt for it.



* SeriousBusiness: In "The Golfing Story", cheating at golf is considered the most heinous sin a man can commit. So serious that Potter returns from the dead to punish Parratt for it.

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* SeriousBusiness: In "The Golfing Story", cheating at golf is considered the most heinous sin a man can commit. So serious that Potter returns from the dead to punish Parratt for it.

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* ClothingCombat: Peter attempts to strangle Joan with his scarf. During the film's nightmarish climax, [[spoiler:Walter does strangle Dr. Van Straaten with his tie]].


* DeadHatShot: When Potter commits [[SuicideBySea suicide by water trap]], his flat cap is left floating on the surface of the lake.



* DrownedHatShot: When Potter commits [[SuicideBySea suicide by water trap]], his flat cap is left floating on the surface of the lake.


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* SuicideBySea: After losing the golf game for Mary's hand, Larry Potter slowly and solemnly walks into the lake on the golf course until the waters close over his head.

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* DrownedHatShot: When Potter commits [[SuicideBySea suicide by water trap]], his flat cap is left floating on the surface of the lake.


* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Perhaps downplayed, but in "The Hearse Driver", the narrator's nurse then is his current wife.

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* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Perhaps downplayed, but in "The Hearse Driver", the narrator's nurse then then-nurse is his current wife.

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* FlorenceNightingaleEffect: Perhaps downplayed, but in "The Hearse Driver", the narrator's nurse then is his current wife.


Not to be confused with [[DylanDog the 2011 Dylan Dog movie]].

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Not to be confused with [[DylanDog [[ComicBook/DylanDog the 2011 Dylan Dog movie]].


There are segments:
* "Hearse Driver"

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There are segments:
segments, each from a different writer and director:
* "Hearse Driver""The Hearse Driver"
* "The Christmas Party"



* "Christmas Party"
* "Golfing Story"

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* "Christmas Party"
* "Golfing
"The Golfing Story"


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''Dead of Night'' is a 1945 Creator/EalingStudios horror AnthologyFilm, starring Melvyn Johns, Googie Withers, Sally Ann Howes, and Creator/MichaelRedgrave.

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''Dead of Night'' is a 1945 Creator/EalingStudios horror AnthologyFilm, starring Melvyn Mervyn Johns, Googie Withers, Sally Ann Howes, and Creator/MichaelRedgrave.


''Dead of Night'' is a 1945 Creator/EalingStudios horror AnthologyFilm, starring Melvyn Johns, Googie Withers and featuring Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave.

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''Dead of Night'' is a 1945 Creator/EalingStudios horror AnthologyFilm, starring Melvyn Johns, Googie Withers Withers, Sally Ann Howes, and featuring Sir Creator/MichaelRedgrave.

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** Eventually results in SplitPersonalityTakeover, as the last time we see Maxwell, he is speaking in Hugo's voice (without moving his lips, of course).

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