"The Monkey's Paw" Part 2
Hannah Chan and Quinn Donarum
Mr. White frantically goes down the stairs looking for the monkey's paw. Camera shot is focused on Mr. White. The lighting is very dim.
Mr. White felt his way to the parlor and then to the mantelpiece and finds the monkey's paw in its place and says "I wish my son alive again". The music slowly gets louder and more dramatic.
Herbert doesn't appear so they go back to bed but wake suddenly as the candle turns green and goes out. Light knock is heard through the house. The camera is focused on the candle.
The old women runs down the stairs with her husband following. She goes to the door to unbolt it. The camera view focuses on the old women.
"I'm coming Herbert I'm coming."
"Don't let it in!"
Mr. White is on his hands and knees searching for the paw and wishes his son away. As Mrs. White is trying to open the door for her son. The camera view focuses on Mr. White as the music gets louder and more suspenseful.
"The bolt, come help! I can't reach it!
The White's son is gone and Mrs. White lets out a long loud wail of disappointment and misery. The music gets softer and slowly fades away.
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