"Playing with Dolls the Wrong Way"

Films: Wait Until Dark (1967)

Alias: Harry Roart, Jr.

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Don't do drugs, kids. Especially if you're some sociopathic murderer who loves toying with his soon-to-be victims. You aren't that kind of guy, right?

History: There's a doll with heroin in it. It's getting passed around like a hot potato. On one hand, Audrey Hepburn's character has it. On the other are three criminals out to get it. Chief among them is Harry Roat, Jr., who can and will try and kill them all to have ends met.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After receiving the doll from the woman, Roat gloats about sexually assaulting her before getting a butcher knife to the gun from her. After a few tense moments, the police come just in time to see Roat dead from his injuries.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-Roat is a pretty intimidating killer. One that can tell when you're not contributing to his plans and kill you horribly for it. Then again, his "wise-guy gangster" accent kind of makes him a bit funny to listen to for us.

Trivia: -Roat was played by Alan Arkin, who would go on to star in more sophisticated roles, including one in 2012's "Argo".

-After this film, Audrey Hepburn took a long break from films to raise her children until 1976, when she came back in "Robin and Marian".

Image Gallery

In short, this is going to be a new experience for Hepburn.

Talk about being "on edge".

Are those bees?

The Fonz if he was an evil bastard.
You're not Hitchcock, but props for trying.

A shaft of light is all you need.

Even killers need manners
Simple. A desire to act out a lack of decency. Also, CALL THE COPS.

It looks like it's already over.

In the end, the killer is nothing but a caged animal.

Before Micheal Myers, there was Roat.