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the way it crumbles, cookie-wise."
- "Did you hear what I said, Miss Kubelik? I absolutely adore you."
"And what is love? Love is the mornin' and the evenin' star."
heard many a powerful Bible-walloper, but you not only put the fear
of God into them, you scared the hell out of 'em."
"I am more interested in the 'Rock of Ages' than I am in the age of rocks."
"The gospel! The Gospel according to Brady! God speaks to Brady, and Brady tells
the world! Brady! Brady! Brady, Almighty!"
looked for the good in them, and we found it, didn't we?"
- "Do you have a vacancy?"
"Well, a boy's best friend is his mother."
"Mother, my mother, uh, what is the phrase? - She isn't qu-quite herself
"We all go a little mad sometimes... Haven't you?"
"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.'"
"I mean, any gentleman with the slightest chic will give a girl
a fifty-dollar bill for the powder room."
"Listen, you know those days when you get the mean reds...No, the blues are
because you're getting fat or maybe it's been raining too long. You're just sad, that's
all. The mean reds are horrible. Suddenly you're afraid, and you don't
know what you're afraid of. Did you ever get that feeling?...When
I get it, the only thing that does any good is to jump into a cab and
go to Tiffany's. Calms me down right away."
"You owe me money!"
- "Fat Man, you shoot a great game of pool."
- "How do you find your way back in the dark?"
"Because I am nuts about you, and I would go down on my knees to
worship you if you really wanted me to. Bud, I can't get along without
you. And I would do anything you'd ask me to. I would! I would! Anything!"
"Te adoro, Anton."
"That man has been a thorn in my side for over 40 years. But one thing about him - he never lied to me."
"...Bond. James Bond."
"Look where I'm going. I'm not staying in burlesque! I'm moving, maybe up, maybe down! But wherever it is, I'm enjoying it. I'm havin' the time of my life! Because for the first time, it is my life! And I love it. I love every second of it! And I'll be damned if you're gonna take it away from me!"
"Well sir, goin' 'ome...'Ome, sir."
"It was my privilege to know him and to make him known to the world.
He was a poet, a scholar, and a mighty warrior. He was also the most shameless
exhibitionist since Barnum and Bailey."
- "Well, what's the trick, man?
"Sherif Ali, so long as the Arabs fight tribe against tribe, so
long will they be a little people, a silly people, greedy, barbarous,
and cruel as you are."
- "My yellow roses. My - daughter....I could offer you a comfortable home,
a sunny garden, a congenial atmosphere, my cherry pies...What was the
decisive factor? Uh, my garden?"
Jean Louise. Miss Jean Louise. Stand up. Your father's passin'."
"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."
"...and while you're looking, listen. This is me, Marco talking.
Fifty-two red Queens and me are telling you - you know what we're telling
you? - it's over. The links, the beautifully-conditioned links are smashed.
They're smashed as of now because we say so, because we say they ought
to be smashed. We're bustin' up the joint, we're tearin' out all the wires,
we're bustin' it up so good all the Queen's horses and all the Queen's
men will never put ol' Raymond back together again. You don't work anymore.
That's an order. Anybody invites you to a game of solitaire - you tell
'em: 'Sorry, buster, the ball-game is over!'"
"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.
- "You wouldn't be able to do these awful things to me if I weren't
still in this [wheel] chair."
"You mean, all this time we could've been friends?"
- "Do you know what's wrong with you?"
"The only question I ever ask any woman is: 'What time is your
husband coming home?'"
"Better wed than dead."
"I can no longer sit back and allow Communist infiltration, Communist indoctrination, Communist subversion and the international Communist conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids."
"Mr. President, I'm not saying we wouldn't get our hair mussed, but
I do say no more than ten to twenty million killed, tops, that is, depending
on the breaks."
"OK, I'm gonna get your money to ya. But if you don't get the President of the United States on that phone,
do you know what's gonna happen to you?...You're gonna have to answer
to the Coca-Cola Company."
"Gentlemen. You can't fight in here. This is the War Room!"
think there's some kind of deviated prevert. And I think General
Ripper found out about your preversion and that you were organizing
some kind of mutiny of preverts. Now move!"
"Well, boys. I reckon this is it. Nuclear combat - toe to toe with the Ruskies!"
- "Hey, what about Major Kong?"
"(Uh, just a drink.) A martini. Shaken,
- "My name is Pussy Galore."
"You're a woman of many parts, Pussy!"
- "Do you expect me to talk?"
"Oh no, you don't! This is no time to be rescued."
- "Tell me, how did you find America?"
"The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain."
on. Dover! Come on, Dover! Move yer bloomin' arse!"
"Simple phonetics. The science of speech. That's my profession, also my
hobby. Anyone can spot an Irishman or a Yorkshireman by his brogue, but
I can place a man within six miles. I can place him within two miles in
London. Sometimes within two streets."
"Eliza? Where the devil are my slippers?"
Von Zipper adores you. And when Eric Von Zipper adores somebody,
they stay adored."
"Ah, then it's a gift."
Von Trapp children don't play. They march."
"I could never answer to a whistle. Whistles are for dogs and cats
and other animals, but not for children, and definitely not for me. It
would be too humiliating."
"Some days, you just can't get rid of a bomb."
"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."
his brother-in-law, Sister. And this is his mother, Sister, and
this is my wife, his sister, Sister."
"If I've told you once, I've told you a hundred times. Do not fan the girls when they're wet! But you'll never learn, you'll be a eunuch all your life."
bottom is loaded with nice people, Albert. Only cream and bastards
"What the hell happened?"
"The last time I made love on a ship was the Titanic. Unfortunately, we never finished."
Damn it! I wonder what women talk about when the men are talking.
I must find out sometime."
"Now that we're through with Humiliate the Host...and we don't want to
play Hump the Hostess yet...how about a little round of Get the Guests?"
"I am, George. I am."
"We rob banks."
"My eyes! I think I'm blind."
"What we've got here is failure to communicate."
"Anybody here? Hey, Ol' Man, You home tonight? 'Bout time we had a little talk."
"Oh, Luke. He was some boy. Cool Hand Luke. Hell, he's a natural-born world-shaker."
"I just want to say one word to you - just one word.... 'Plastics.'"
"Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me, aren't you?"
"Would you like me to seduce you? (What?) Is that what you're trying to tell me?"
only thing that matters is what they feel, and how much they
feel for each other. And if it's half of what we felt, that's everything."
- "Well, you're pretty sure of yourself, ain't ya, Virgil. Virgil,
that's a funny name for a nigger boy to come from Philadelphia.
What do they call you up there?"
"Cutting off her nipples with garden shears? You call that normal?"
"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. 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 them all the time."
"We all prisoners, chickee-baby. We all locked in."
"They're coming to get you, Barbra."
"Yeah, they're dead. They're all messed up."
"I can't take it anymore, Felix. I'm crackin' up. Everything you do irritates me. And when you're not here, the things I know you're gonna do when you come in irritate me. You leave me little notes on my pillow. I told you 158 times - I cannot stand little notes on my pillow. 'We are all out of Corn Flakes. F.U.' It took me three hours to figure out that 'F.U.' was Felix Unger. It's
not your fault, Felix. It's a rotten combination, that's all."
"Please, sir. I want some more."
"Take your stinkin'
paws off me, you damned dirty ape!"
"You finally really did it. You maniacs! You blew it up! God damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
"What's the matter with you?"
"We find the defendants incredibly guilty."
"That's it, baby, when you've got it, flaunt it, flaunt it!"
"Sing out, men. We open at Leavenworth on Saturday night."
"Hitler was better looking than Churchill, he was a better dresser
than Churchill, he had more hair, he told funnier jokes, and he could
dance the pants off of Churchill."
"God is dead! Satan lives! The year is One, the year is One! God
is dead! Why don't you help us out, Rosemary? Be a real mother
to Adrian. You don't have to join if you don't want to. Just be a mother
to your baby. Minnie and Laura-Louise are too old. It's not right. Think
about it, Rosemary."
- "Open the pod bay doors, HAL."
"Look, Dave, I
can see you're really upset about this. I honestly think you ought to sit down calmly, take a stress pill, and think things over."
"Dave, stop. Stop, will you? Stop, Dave. Will you stop, Dave? Stop,
Dave. I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I can feel
it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it."
"...It's called 'Daisy'. Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer due. I'm half-crazy, over the love of you. It won't be a stylish marriage. I can't afford a carriage. But you'll look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle - built - for - two."
"…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."
"Think ya used enough dynamite there, Butch?"
they're sellin', I don't want it."
"I couldn't do that. Could you do
that? How can they do that? Who are those guys?"
"Boy, I got vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals."
"Good. For a moment there, I thought we were in trouble."
- "I'll jump first."
"Kid - the next time I say, 'Let's go someplace like Bolivia,'
let's go someplace like Bolivia."
- "You got a helmet?"
- "Oh, no thanks, I got some storebought right over here, on my own."
"Uh, well, sir, I-I ain't a for-real cowboy. But I am one
"(Hey!) I'm walking
here! I'm walking here!"
"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."
"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."
- "I mean to kill you in one minute, Ned, or see you hanged in Fort Smith at Judge Parker's convenience. Which'll it be?"
"We've got to start thinkin' beyond our guns. Those days are closin'
"If they move, kill 'em."