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Film Title

- "Where are you going?
- "Well, who knows? Another neighborhood, another town, another job. I'm on my own."
- "That's funny. So am I. What'd you do with the cards?"
- "In there. What about Mr. Sheldrake?"
- "I'm gonna send him a fruitcake every Christmas. Cut."
- "I love you, Miss Kubelik."
- "Three. Queen."
- "Did you hear what I said, Miss Kubelik? I absolutely adore you."
- "Shut up and deal."

Play clip (excerpt): The Apartment

The Apartment (1960)

"And so, ladies and gentlemen, you, too, like this satisfied customer, can solve all your problems by subscribing to an answering service."

Bells Are Ringing (1960)

(English subtitle translations)
- "You're a real louse." (Ch'uis vraiment dégueulasse.)
- "What did he say?" (Qu'est-ce qu'il a dit?)
- "He said that you're a real louse." (Il a dit que vous êtes vraiment une dégueulasse.)
- "What's a 'louse'?" or "What does 'louse' mean?" (Qu'est-ce que c'est "dégueulasse"?)
('Louse' is sometimes translated 'foul,' 'scumbag', 'bitch,' or 'creep'.)

Second version:
- "That's really disgusting." or "Makes me want to puke."
- "What did he say?"
- "He said that you are really disgusting (deguelasse)." or "He said that you're a really disgusting person." or "He said you make him want to puke."
- "What is 'deguelasse'?"or "What does 'disgusting' mean?" or "What's that mean? - 'puke'."
Play clip (excerpt): Breathless (1960) (French)

Breathless (1960, Fr.)

- "What-what touches you? What warms you? Every man has a dream. What do you dream about? What do you need? You don't need anything, do ya? People, love, an idea just to cling to? You poor slob! You're all alone. When you go to your grave, there won't be anybody to pull the grass up over your head. Nobody to mourn you. Nobody to give a damn. You're all alone."
- "You're wrong, Henry. You'll be there. You're the type. Who else would defend my right to be lonely?"

(Song: "Battle Hymn of the Republic")
Play clip (excerpt): Inherit the Wind

Inherit the Wind (1960)

- "He was such a good boy. Seymour!"
- "I didn't mean it."

Play clip (excerpt): The Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors (1960)

"The old man was right, only the farmers won. We lost. We'll always lose."
Play clip (excerpt): The Magnificent Seven

The Magnificent Seven (1960)

(tape recording) - "All right, all right. Don't be a silly boy. There's nothing to be afraid of." (tape reel ends)
(voice-over) - "'Good night, Daddy. Hold my hand."

Play clip (excerpt): Peeping Tom

Peeping Tom (1960, UK)

"I'm not even gonna swat that fly. I hope they are watching. They'll see. They'll see and they'll know and they'll say, 'Why, she wouldn't even harm a fly.'"
Play clip (excerpt): Psycho

Psycho (1960)

- "This is your son. He is free, Spartacus. Free! He's free. He's free! He'll remember you, Spartacus, because I'll tell him. I'll tell him who his father was and what he dreamed of."
- "Varinia, have mercy on us. Get in the wagon."
- "Oh, my love, my life. Please die, die. Please, please die my love. Oh, God, why can't you die?"
- "Come on. Come on."
(Looking back) - "Goodbye, my love, my life. Goodbye, good-bye."

Play clip (excerpt): Spartacus

Spartacus (1960)

- "Suzie, marry me. Go with me anywhere I go."
- "I'll be, I'll be with you until, until you say, 'Suzie, go away.'"
- "That long?"
Play clip (excerpt):
The World of Suzie Wong

The World of Suzie Wong (1960)

(Meow, meow, meow) "Cat! Cat. Here. Oh, cat. Oh, oh, oh. Ohh.."
(Song: "Moon River")
Play clip (excerpt):
Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

- "Fat Man, you shoot a great game of pool."
- "So do you, Fast Eddie."

Play clip (excerpt): The Hustler

The Hustler (1961)

- "Judge Haywood - the reason I asked you to come: Those people, those millions of people. I never knew it would come to that. You must believe it, You must believe it!"
- "Herr Janning, it 'came to that' the first time you sentenced a man to death you knew to be innocent."
Play clip (excerpt): Judgment at Nuremberg

Judgment at Nuremberg (1961)

- "Darling, I do love you. Please marry me!"
- "Well, I'll have to think about it. And I don't want to rush into anything."
- "Now, you listen to me! You're going up there to have my baby, my son."
- "It's my baby and I'll have what I want. And I decided to have a girl."
- "Have whatever makes you happy. I love you both. Now, will you marry me?"
- "I always wanted a church wedding."
- "The next baby will have a church wedding. Now, please, say yes!"
- "Oh!... Yes!"
- "Judge?"
- "Join hands please. We are gathered together to unite this man and this woman in matrimony. I trust it will symbolize your union. Then, by the powers vested in me by the sovereign state of New York, I now pronounce you man and wife."
- "Man, that's what I call cutting it close."

Play clip (excerpt): Lover Come Back

Lover Come Back (1961)

- "How do you find your way back in the dark?"
- "Just head for that big star straight on. The highway's under it - it'll take us right home."

Play clip (excerpt): The Misfits

The Misfits (1961)

Play clip (excerpt): One, Two, Three

One, Two, Three (1961)
"Though nothing can bring back the hour
Of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower
We will grieve not, rather find
Strength in what remains behind."

Play clip (excerpt): Splendor in the Grass
Splendor in the Grass (1961)

"Don't you touch him! (She kisses Tony) Te adoro, Anton."
Play clip (excerpt): West Side Story

West Side Story (1961)

- "Tom? You know what they used to call Alcatraz in the old days?"
- "What?"
- "Bird Island."
(narration, voice-over) "Robert Stroud's petition for parole has been denied annually for 24 years. Age 72, he is now in his 53rd year of imprisonment."

Play clip (excerpt): Birdman of Alcatraz

Birdman of Alcatraz (1962)

- "Go ahead. Go ahead. I just don't give a damn."
- "No. No! That would be letting you off too easy, too fast. Your words. Do you remember? Well, I do! No. We're gonna take good care of you. We're gonna nurse you back to health. And you're strong, Cady. You're gonna live a long life - in a cage! That's where you belong. And that's where you're going. And this time, for life! Bang your head against the walls! Count the years, the months, the hours, until the day you rot!"

Play clip (excerpt): Cape Fear (1962)

Cape Fear (1962)

"Of course, the operation was a success...or YOU wouldn't be here."
(title card) end - - point of beginning, Webster.
Play clip (excerpt): The Creation of the Humanoids

The Creation of the Humanoids (1962)

- "OK, Mamma. OK, Rose."
- "Say, you look like you should speak French."
- "You're coming to that party with me."
- "No."
- "Oh, come on."
- "Like this?"
- "Here, you can wear my mink. I've got a stole in the car."
- "Well, only for an hour or two. Say, this looks better on me than it does on you. Funny how we can wear the same size."
- "Especially in mink."
- "You know, I had a dream last night. It was a big poster of a mother and daughter. You know, like the cover of that ladies magazine."
- "Yes, mother."
- "Only it was you and me wearing exactly the same gown. It was an ad for Minsky. And the headline said, 'Madame Rose, and her daughter Gypsy.'"(laughter)
Play clip (excerpt):

Gypsy (1962)

(voice-over narration) "The West that was won by its pioneers, settlers, adventurers, is long gone now. Yet it is theirs forever, for they left tracks in history that will never be eroded by wind or rain, never plowed under by tractors, never buried in the compost of events. Out of the hard simplicity of their lives, out of their vitality, their hopes and sorrows grew legends of courage and pride to inspire their children and their children's children. From soil enriched by their blood, out of their fever to explore and build, came lakes where once there were burning deserts, came the goods of the earth - mines and wheat fields, orchards and great lumber mills. All the sinews of a growing country. Out of their rude settlements, their trading posts came cities to rank among the great ones of the world. All the heritage of a people free to dream, free to act, free to mold their own destiny."
(Song: "How the West Was Won")
Play clip (excerpt): How the West Was Won

How the West Was Won (1962)

"Well, sir. Goin' 'ome...'Ome, sir."
Play clip (excerpt): Lawrence of Arabia

Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

- "Look at it. lt was once a wilderness. Now it's a garden. Aren't you proud?"
- "Hallie, who put the cactus roses on Tom's coffin?"
- "l did."
- "Here, l got a brand-new spittoon, for ya, uh, cuspidor, Hallie. And Luke the engineer's got a full head of steam in this ol' tar bucket. We're gonna make twenty-five miles an hour or bust a boiler tryin'. And, ha, ha, we wired ahead to Junction City. They're gonna hold the Express for ya. Ransom, in two days and two nights, you're gonna be right back in Washington."
- "Oh, thank you, Jason. Thank you, and l'm gonna write a letter to the officials of this railroad and thank them for their kindness and for going to all this trouble."
- "You think nothing of it. Nothing's too good for the man who shot Liberty Valance."

Play clip (excerpt): The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)

"…Made to commit acts too unspeakable to be cited here by an enemy who had captured his mind and his soul, he freed himself at last and in the end, heroically and unhesitatingly gave his life to save his country. Raymond Shaw...Hell...Hell."
Play clip (excerpt): The Manchurian Candidate

The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

"I was to think of these days many times. Of Jem and Dill and Boo Radley, and Tom Robinson - and Atticus. He would be in Jem's room all night, and he would be there when Jem waked up in the morning."
Play clips (excerpt): To Kill a Mockingbird (short) To Kill a Mockingbird (extended)

To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

- "I'm sorry but we must find your sister. Is she down here on the beach with you?"
- "Yes she is."
- "I'll take these for you."
- "Oh no, they're mine. They're for my sister Blanche. She is going to be a movie star. Did you know that?"
- "That's right, Miss. We want to find your sister because I think maybe she needs help. I think maybe she's in trouble."
- "Won't you show us where she is, please?"
- "Won't you take us to her? Please, Miss Hudson."

Play clip (excerpt): What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

- "My mother. She lives in Detroit. You'd like her. She'd like you, too. Come on, give me those stamps."
- "Not until you prove to me that you're really Brian Cruikshank."
- "One day next week, I'll put it on a marriage license. How about that?"
- "Quit stalling. I want some identification now."
- "I wouldn't lie on a license."
- "Yes, doing it to me again. You're still trying to...Marriage license. Did you say 'marriage license'?"
- "Now, don't change the subject. Just give me the stamps."
- "Oh, I love you, Adam... Alex... Peter... Brian... Whatever your name is. Oh, I love you. I hope we have a lot of boys and we can name them all after you."
- "But before we start that, may I have the stamps?"
Play clip (excerpt): Charade

Charade (1963)

- "Call it what you like, but Hill House is haunted. It didn't want her to leave, and her poor bedeviled mind wasn't strong enough to fight it. Poor Eleanor."
- "Maybe not poor Eleanor. It was what she wanted, to stay here. She had no place else to go. The house belongs to her now, too. Maybe she's happier."
- "You wait here, Grace. I'll go and get your things and call the police."
- "No, no, no one must go in that house again. Whatever's there might..."
- "I'll be all right. The house has what it wants, for awhile."
- "It oughta be burned down, and the ground sowed with salt."
"Hill House has stood for 90 years and might stand for 90 more. Within, walls continue upright, bricks meet, floors are firm, and doors are sensibly shut. Silence lies steadily against the wood and stone of Hill House. And we who walk here...walk alone."
Play clip (excerpt): The Haunting

The Haunting (1963, UK)

- "Well, I guess you've come to be of your granddaddy's opinion that I ain't fit to live with. That's too bad. Yeah, we might've whooped it up some, you and me. That's the way you used to want it."
- "I used ta. So long, Hud."
- "You know something, Fantan? This world is so full of crap, a man's gonna get into it sooner or later whether he's careful or not."

Play clip (excerpt): Hud

Hud (1963)

- "Tom, thou art as hearty a cock as any in the kingdom. Go on, after your mistress."
- "Alas, I fear I've sinned against her for all time. I doubt if she'll speak to me now."
- "No, Tom, don't say you've lost her yet. Go to her now."
- "Go on, Tom. Go to her."
- "Go on, lad."
- "I will!"
- "Ah, go to her, lad! To her! Hark ye, Allworthy, I'll bet thee a thousand pounds to a crown we'll have a boy tomorrow nine months."
(voice-over) "Happy the man and happy he alone, He who can call today his own, He who secure within can say: 'Tomorrow do thy worst! For I have lived Today.'"

Play clip (excerpt): Tom Jones

Tom Jones (1963, UK)

"Mein Fuehrer, I can walk!"
Play clip (excerpt): Dr. Strangelove

Dr. Strangelove, Or:… (1964)

"Oh no, you don't! This is no time to be rescued."
Play clip (excerpt): Goldfinger

Goldfinger (1964)

- "Now, I've got the stuff. Come on, lads."
- "Aren't we going on?"
- "No, we're not. The office has been on the phone. They think it's best that we push on to Wolverhampton straight away."
- "Tonight? We'll never make it."
- "You've got a midnight matinee."
- "I'm not..."
- "Now there's only one thing I'm gonna say to you, John Lennon."
- "What?"
- "You're a swine."
(Song: "A Hard Day's Night")
- "Come on, you're hangin' up the parade!"
- "Get rid of those things."
Play clip (excerpt):
A Hard Day's Night

A Hard Day's Night (1964)

- "Did you get them?"
- "I got one. I'm not sure about the other."
- "I was never so scared in my life. They almost killed me."
- "I'm sorry, but it's all right now, baby. Come on. We've got to hurry."
- "Don't bother."
- "Oh, God."
- "I-I told you you couldn't run."
- "Please. I-I didn't want to. He made me do it. I couldn't help myself. (gunshot) Please. I didn't want to have anything to do with it. I- I had no choice."
- "Lady, I don't have the time."
- "No. No..." (gunshot)
Play clip (excerpt):
The Killers

The Killers (1964)

- "I'm not asking any questions."
- "That's right. There's going to be no more questions."
- "Here. You'd better put this on."
- "My ring. Where did you get it?"
- "No questions, remember?"
- "I must be going out of my mind. I can't figure out any of this."
- "Any of what?"
- "I mean, the ring and the song and the car and Dino. How would you? When did she? Why would he?"
- "Kiss me, stupid."
(Song: "Sophia" in background)
Play clip (excerpt):
Kiss Me, Stupid

Kiss Me, Stupid (1964)

- "That's gratitude for you. Didn't even say goodbye."
- "No, they didn't."
- "Look at them. You know, they think more of their father than they do of you."
- "That's as it should be."
- "Well, don't you care?"
- "Practically perfect people never permit sentiment to muddle their thinking."
- "Is that so? Well, I'll tell you one thing, Mary Poppins, you don't fool me a bit."
- "Oh, really?"
- "Yes, really. I know exactly how you feel about these children. And if you think I'm gonna keep my mouth shut any longer..."
- "That will be quite enough of that, thank you."
- "Goodbye, Mary Poppins. Don't stay away too long."

Play clips (excerpt): Mary Poppins Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins (1964)

"Eliza? Where the devil are my slippers?"
Play clip (excerpt): My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady (1964)

(voice-over) "We saw her many times again, born free and living free. But to us, she was always the same, our friend Elsa."
(Song: "Born Free")
Play clip (excerpt): Born Free

Born Free (1965)

- "Tonya, can you play the balalaika?"
- "Can she play? She's an artist!"
- "An artist. Who taught you?"
- "No one taught her!"
- "Ah, then it's a gift."

Play clip (excerpt): Doctor Zhivago

Doctor Zhivago (1965)

"The world shall hear from me again! The world shall hear from me again!"
Play clip (excerpt): The Face of Fu Manchu

The Face of Fu Manchu (1965)

"Relax. This time I'm going to win it my way. Push the button, Max! (explosion) MAAAAAAXXX!"
Play clip (excerpt): The Great Race

The Great Race (1965)

- "You're a hard man to kill, aren't ya, Admiral."
- "Seems so, sir. I managed to get my command shot to hell without any trouble."
- "Feel you betrayed 'em by stayin' alive?"
- "Something like that. Seven ships sacrificed. Make a fancy court martial."
- "Still doped up?"
- "A little, sir."
- "Let me straighten you out, Admiral. The battle in Pala Passage was a decisive victory. Skyhook's on its way and the Japs can't stop it now. I'm having you flown back to the States, but not for court martial. They're gonna stick a peg leg on you and ship you back to me, and you're gonna stump your way to Tokyo right along with the rest of us. Only you're gonna do it from the deck of a ship in command of a task force. Is that clear?"
- "Yes, sir."
- "Then go back to sleep."
- "Aye, aye, sir."
- "You've got your orders. Go to sleep."
- "Maggie?"
- "I'll be here, Rock."
Play clip (excerpt):
In Harm's Way

In Harm's Way (1965)

- "Hey, what happened back there?"
- "Someone declared war."

Inside Daisy Clover (1965)

"Oh, I can just hear you saying, 'What has all this to do with us?' Nothing."

Ship of Fools (1965)

- "Reverend Mother. I have sinned."
- "I too, Reverend Mother."
- "What is this sin, my children?"

(Song: "Climb Ev'ry Mountain")
Play clip (excerpt):
The Sound of Music

The Sound of Music (1965)

(mostly voice-over) "Campers! The entertainment committee was quite disappointed in the really poor turnout at this morning's community sing. I mean, where is all that old Camp Chickawatamee spirit? I'm sure I speak for all of us here when I say that I, now, I'd like to say right now that, that.. Campers, I can't think of anything to say."
Play clip (excerpt): A Thousand Clowns

A Thousand Clowns (1965)

"You know what? When I look back on my little life and the birds I've known, and think of all the things they've done for me and the little I've done for them, you'd think I've had the best of it all along the line. But what have I got out of it? I've got a bob or two, some decent clothes, a car, I've got me health back and I ain't attached. But I ain't got me peace of mind - and if you ain't got that, you ain't got nothing. I dunno. It seems to me if they ain't got you one way, they've got you another. So what's the answer? That's what I keep asking meself - what's it all about? Know what I mean?" (speaking to dog: "Come on, boy. Come on.")
(Song: "Alfie")
Play clip (excerpt): Alfie

Alfie (1966, UK)

"Who knows, Robin? This strange mixing of minds may be the greatest single service ever performed for humanity! Let's go, but, inconspicuously, through the window. We'll use our Batropes. Our job is finished."
Play clip (excerpt): Batman - 1966

Batman (1966)

"Hey, Blond!... You know what you are? Just a dirty son-of-a-b-! (echoing)"
Play clip (excerpt): The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)

- "You have been found guilty of high treason. The sentence of the court is that you be taken from the courts to the Tower of London until time and place be appointed for your execution!"
- "I am commanded by the King to be brief and since I am the King's obedient subject, brief I will be. I die His Majesty's good servant but God's first. (To executioner) I forgive you, right readily. Be not afraid of your office. You send me to God."
- "You're very sure of that, Sir Thomas?"
- "He will not refuse one who is so blithe to go to him." (beheading)
(voice-over narration) "Thomas More's head was stuck on Traitors' Gate for a month. Then his daughter, Margaret, removed it and kept it till her death. Cromwell was beheaded for high treason five years after More. The Archbishop was burned at the stake. The Duke of Norfolk should have been executed for high treason, but the King died of syphilis the night before. Richard Rich became Chancellor of England and died in his bed."
Play clip (excerpt): A Man For All Seasons

A Man For All Seasons (1966)

- "Gentlemen, you heard our employer. The lady's going home. You don't think that J. W. Grant was stupid enough to pay that ransom, do ya?"
- "Certainly not."
- "There was no kidnapping. Right, Mr. Grant? Is that right, Mr. Grant?"
- "That is none of your business."
- "Wrong, Mr. Grant. We made a contract to save a lady from a nasty old kidnapper. Who turns out to be you."
- "We both made a bad deal, Mr. Grant. You lose a wife and we lose $10,000 dollars apiece."
- "You bastard!"
- "Yes, Sir. In my case an accident of birth. But you, Sir, you're a self-made man."

Play clip (excerpt): The Professionals

The Professionals (1966)

"The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming! The Russians are coming!"

The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming! (1966)

"I was home. What happened? What the hell happened?"
Play clip (excerpt): The Sand Pebbles

The Sand Pebbles (1966)

"I promised I'd put her in the film - somewhere."
Play clip (excerpt): What's Up, Tiger Lily?

What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966)

- "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf, Virginia Woolf, Virginia Woolf."
- "I am George."
- "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
- "I am George, I am."
Play clip (excerpt): Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

- "Don't leave me."
- "Paul, listen, you're gonna be all right. Just hold on tight and try to be calm."
- "How? Wh-what should I do?"
- "What should he do? What should he do? Sing."
- "Sing?"
- "Sing, Paul, sing as loud as you can, and don't stop till I get there. You promise me you'll keep singing?"
- "I promise I'll keep singing."
- "O.K., now don't stop until I get there, Paul. I love you, darling. Keep singing, Paul."
- "Corie? Corie, Corie! Corie!"
- "What, Paul?"
- "What song should I sing?"
- "Shama shama."
- "Sh... Shama?"
- "Sing it, Paul. Shama shama El mal kema ma Shama shama."
- "Shama shama Shama shama El el kema shama Shama shama Shama shama shama shama Uh, uh, sh-shama."
- "Shama shama El mal kema ma Shama shama El mal kema ma Shama shama Shama shama."
- "Shama El mal kema..."
- "What's happening?"
- "I don't know. They're looking up at this house."
- "Shama, Sh-shama, Shama, Sh-shama."
- "Oh, Paul." (applause)
- "Oh, good, they made up."

Play clip (excerpt): Barefoot in the Park

Barefoot in the Park (1967)

- "Whatcha got there?"
- "I've got a flat tire, and I ain't got no spare."

Play clip (excerpt): Bonnie and Clyde

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

- "Arthur. Who was that?"
- "One of what we all are, Pelly. Less than a drop in the great blue motion of the sunlit sea. But it seems that some of the drops sparkle, Pelly. Some of them do sparkle! Run, boy! Run, boy! Runnnnn! Oh, run, my boy."

Play clip (excerpt): Camelot

Camelot (1967)

"Old Luke, he was some boy. Cool Hand Luke. Hell, he's a natural-born world-shaker."
Play clip (excerpt): Cool Hand Luke

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

(voice-over) "Among the many reports of the raid on the chateau near Rennes, perhaps the most objective is the one by General Worden in which he states: 'We are recommending that those members of the group known as 'The Dirty Dozen' who survived this operation should have their service records amended to indicate that they are being returned to active duty at their former ranks. And that the next of kin of those prisoners who were killed be advised that they lost their lives in the line of duty.'"
- "You did a fine job, Major. I'll see ya around."
- "You, uh, did a good job, soldier. Hurry up and get well. We need men like you out there."
- "Boy, oh, boy, oh, boy. Killin' generals could get to be a habit with me."
(voice-over) "Franko, V.R., Vladek, M., Jefferson, R.T., Pinkley, V.L., Gilpin, S., Posey, S., Sawyer, S.K., Lever, R., Bravos, T.R., Jiminez, J.P., Maggott, A.J."
(voice-over) "They lost their lives in the line of duty."

Play clip (excerpt): The Dirty Dozen

The Dirty Dozen (1967)

- "Where do you think you're going?"
- "Back to my merry group of skydivers."
- "Oh, that's funny. I had a feeling we'd meet at Pedro's Bar at 7:30."
- "Sorry, I'm heading for Perpignan."
- "Pedro's is in Torremolinos, not Perpignan. Remember now, 7:30."
- "You may have a long wait."
- "Hmm, I don't think so. I have a hunch you're going to be very prompt."
- "You seem very sure of yourself.
- "Tell me something, poppet. Does Z-4-4-3-7-7-1 mean anything to you?"
- "Z-4-4-- Why, that's my passport number!"
- "Do you know, your picture really doesn't do you any justice. You see, poppet, I don't intend to be a loser twice in one day."
- "Where did you say we'd meet?"
- "Pedro's, 7:30. And don't be late."

Play clip (excerpt): Fathom

Fathom (1967)

"Anybody could make a case, and a helluva good case, against your getting married. The arguments are so obvious that nobody has to make them. But you're two wonderful people who happened to fall in love and happened to have a pigmentation problem. And I think that now, no matter what kind of a case some bastard could make against your getting married, there would be only one thing worse. And that would be if, knowing what you two are, knowing what you two have, and knowing what you two feel, you didn't get married. Well, Tillie, when the hell are we going to get some dinner?"
(Song: "Glory of Love")
Play clip (excerpt):
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967)

"Higher, you animals. Higher. We open in Leavenworth Saturday night."
Play clip (excerpt): The Producers

The Producers (1967)

- "You have to admit it, we've changed."
- "I admit it. We've changed."
- "It's sad, but there it is. Life."
- "Well, at least you're not a bad-tempered, disorganized, conceited failure anymore. You're a bad-tempered, disorganized, conceited success."
- "Passeport, s'il vous plait."
- "Wait a minute."
- "Sans passeport, vous ne pourrez pas passer le frontire."
- "No, my passport's in here. It must be in here somewhere. I've got a very important meeting in Rome. I've got to get through. Bitch."
- "Bastard."

Play clip (excerpt): Two For the Road

Two for the Road (1967)

- "Well, Mr. Potts!"
- "What's the matter?"
- "Now you'll have to marry me. (laughter) So dreams can come true."
- "Yes, they can. Yes, they can. But you have to be practical, too. You have to face the facts. A man has to see things as they really are. After all, a man with responsibilities can't walk around with his head in the clouds all the time. A man should keep his feet solidly on the ground. Oh, a man should have his dreams, but a man has to learn to put those dreams to some practical use, not just sit around and think about 'em all the time."
(Song: "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang")
Play clip (excerpt):
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)

- "You'll let me out for Easter?"
- "Come the resurrection, you can strike me down again."
- "Perhaps next time I'll do it."
- "And perhaps you won't. You know, I hope we never die."
- "So do I."
- "Do you think there's any chance of it?" (laughter)
Play clip (excerpt):
The Lion in Winter

The Lion in Winter (1968)

- "He's a dead one. Get up here! Nick, Tony, Steve! You wanna get out in that field and build me a bonfire? You! Drag that out of here and throw it on the fire."
- "Nothing down here."
- "All right. Go ahead down and give 'em a hand. Let's go check out the house."
- "There's something there. I heard a noise."
- "All right, Vince. Hit him in the head. Right between the eyes. Good shot! OK, he's dead; let's go get 'im. That's another one for the fire." (last dialogue before credits)

Play clip (excerpt): Night of the Living Dead

Night of the Living Dead (1968)

- "Well, what are we gonna do? Are we just gonna sit around, or are we gonna play poker?"
- (together) "Let's play some poker."
- "Hey, boys, boys, boys, let's watch the cigarette butts, shall we? This is my house, not a pigsty. Ante a quarter, fellas."
Play clip (excerpt):
The Odd Couple

The Odd Couple (1968)

"You finally really did it. You maniacs! You blew it up! God damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
Play clip (excerpt): Planet of the Apes

Planet of the Apes (1968)

(offscreen narrator) "A glooming peace this morning with it brings. The sun for sorrow will not show his head, For never was a story of more woe, Than this of Juliet and her Romeo."
Play clip (excerpt): Romeo and Juliet (1968)

Romeo and Juliet (1968)

(pre-recorded message) "Good day, gentlemen. This is a pre-recorded briefing, made prior to your departure and which, for security reasons of the highest importance, has been known on board during the mission only by your H A L 9000 computer. Now that you are in Jupiter's space and the entire crew is revived, it can be told to you. Eighteen months ago, the first evidence of intelligent life off the Earth was discovered. It was buried forty feet below the lunar surface, near the crater Tycho. Except for a single, very powerful radio emission aimed at Jupiter, the four million year old black monolith has remained completely inert, its origin and purpose still a total mystery."
Play clip (excerpt): 2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

"Welcome home, Charlie Brown."
Play clip (excerpt): A Boy Named Charlie Brown

A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969)

"Oh, good. For a moment there, I thought we were in trouble."
Play clip (excerpt): Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

"Hang on a minute, lads, I've got a great"
Play clip (excerpt): The Italian Job - 1969

The Italian Job (1969)

- "It's okay, folks, everything's all right. Nothin' to worry about. Is he kin to you? Wanna close his eyes?"
- "What?"
- "Just reach over and close his eyes. All right, we'll just drive on in, right? Nothin' else we can do. Okay, folks, just a little illness. We'll be in Miami in a few minutes. (PA address) Okay, folks, nothin' to worry about. Just a little illness. We'll be in Miami in just a few minutes."

Play clip (excerpt): Midnight Cowboy

Midnight Cowboy (1969)

"It's alright. It's quite alright, really. She's having a rest. We'll be going on soon. There's no hurry, you see. We have all the time in the world."
Play clip (excerpt): On Her Majesty's Secret Service

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969, UK)

(voice-over) "Little girls, I am in the business of putting old heads on young shoulders, and all my pupils are the creme de la creme. Give me a girl at an impressionable age and she is mine for life."
Play clip (excerpt): The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969)

- "How do you manage to spend your time in prison? Do you have any hobbies or anything?"
- "I do. I've, I've been working on, uh, I-I've been doing a lot of stuff in shop, actually, and, uh, I-I'm very skilled with my hands. I, uhm. Do you know if it's raining out?"

Play clip (excerpt): Take the Money and Run

Take the Money and Run (1969)

- "Let's go."
- "Why'd you do it, kid?"
- "She asked me to."
- "Obliging bastard. Is that the only reason you got, kid?"
- "They shoot horses, don't they?"
- "Yowza, yowza, yowza. Here they are again! These wonderful, wonderful kids! Still struggling! Still hoping! As the clock of fate ticks away, the dance of destiny continues! The marathon goes on, and on, and on! HOW LONG CAN THEY LAST? Let's hear it, come on! Let's hear it, let's hear it."

Play clip (excerpt): They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969)

"Well, come see a fat old man sometime! Hyah!"
Play clip (excerpt): True Grit

True Grit (1969)

- "Didn't expect to find you here."
- "Why not? I sent 'em back. That's all I said I'd do."
- "They didn't get very far."
- "I figured."
- "What are your plans?"
- "Drift around down here. Try to stay out of jail."
- "Well, me and the boys here, we got some work to do. You wanna come along? It ain't like it used to be, but, uh, it'll do." (raucous laughter)

Play clip (excerpt): The Wild Bunch

The Wild Bunch (1969)

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