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FAMOUS MOVIE QUOTES

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Hint #2 helped a lot, Princess.  It's Thelma Ritter talking to Doris Day in "Pillow Talk".

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1 hour ago, MarshaKatz said:

Hint #2 helped a lot, Princess.  It's Thelma Ritter talking to Doris Day in "Pillow Talk".

That's got to be one of the best lines in all of the 1950s romantic comedies. I think the screenwriter actually won the Oscar.

Marsha, well done. It's your turn.

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Thanks, Princess.

Next: "Anybody wants me can come in and get me, this ain't a drive-in."

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18 hours ago, starliteyes said:

That was spoken by Linda Darnell in A Letter to Three Wives.

Absolutely correct, Star. Linda Darnell is so good as are all the characters in this film which is a personal favorite of mine. Joseph L. Mankiewicz's screenplay is one of the best ever in film. Great job.  It's your turn.

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21 hours ago, Arsan404 said:

Starlit, do you have a question for us?

Thanks for reminding me, Arsan.  I completely forgot about this.  Here's the quote:

"Don't be kind to me, father.  It doesn't become you."

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Thank you, Starlit.

 

"You'd better watch out or you'll end up in psychiatric ward. I doubt they've ever had a patient who fell in love with a corpse"

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12 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

Arsan,

Is it Clifton Webb talking to Dana Andrews in "Laura"?

That's correct, Marsha.

Your turn.

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7 hours ago, Arsan404 said:

That's correct, Marsha.

Your turn.

Thanks, Arsan,

Here's one: "I was jinxed from the word go.  The first time I was ever kissed was in a cemetery."

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15 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

Thanks, Arsan,

Here's one: "I was jinxed from the word go.  The first time I was ever kissed was in a cemetery."

clue: climbing the ladder of success

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11 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

clue: climbing the ladder of success

clue #2: elevator operator wears flower in lapel

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That's correct starlit.  "The Apartment" is a personal favorite of mine.  It's your turn.

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"A relationship, I think, is like a shark.  You know?  It has to constantly move forward or it dies.  And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark."

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8 hours ago, starliteyes said:

"A relationship, I think, is like a shark.  You know?  It has to constantly move forward or it dies.  And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark."

starliteyes - One of my favorite quotes spoken by Woody Allen to Diane Keaton in "Annie Hall".

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I had no doubt that you would get this one, Marsha!  Lots of great quotes in that movie.

Your thread.

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Thanks, starlit, 

Here's one:

1st speaker: "You bastard."

2nd speaker: "Yes, Sir. In my case an accident of birth. But, you, Sir, you're a self-made man."

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20 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

Thanks, starlit, 

Here's one:

1st speaker: "You bastard."

2nd speaker: "Yes, Sir. In my case an accident of birth. But, you, Sir, you're a self-made man."

clue: four soldiers of fortune hired to rescue a wealthy rancher's kidnapped wife

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15 hours ago, MarshaKatz said:

clue: four soldiers of fortune hired to rescue a wealthy rancher's kidnapped wife

2nd clue: the 2nd speaker fought alongside the kidnapper with Villa

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1 hour ago, Arsan404 said:

Ralph Bellamy and Lee Marvin in The Professionals ?

Arsan, you're correct. The Professionals is pure excitement from beginning to end and superbly directed by Richard Brooks. I love this movie.  Good job.  It's your turn.

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