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Great One-Liners

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"Sanford and Son - The Committee Man" (1976)   after seeing Mrs Channing.

 

Fred....I don't believe it, a white Esther!

 

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I have to say that this cracked me up when I first heard it not long ago:

 

Ann Sheridan in "It All Came True": "Why, I've been discovered so many times they call me Miss America!"

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My father would always say "T'ain't a fit night out for man nor beast" when he'd come home and shut the door to the outside world.

 

I think W.C.Fields stole this line from him.

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Mr. Snow: You would think a woman with nine children would have more common sense.

 

Mrs. Snow: If I had more common sense, I wouldn't have nine children.

 

~ Mr. Snow to Mrs. Snow in Carousel (1956):

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Professor Henry Higgins: There even are places where English completely disappears. Why, in America, they haven't used it for years. (My Fair Lady; 1964)

 

Rose: After three husbands, it takes a lot of butter to get you back in the frying pan. (Gypsy; 1962)

 

Larry: The girls call me Pilgrim, because every time I dance with one I make a little progress. (The Ghost Breakers; 1940)

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"I could leave a man for a film but I could never leave a film for a man."

 

- Nathalie Baye in Day for Night (1973)

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"An actor as president?"

 

-- Superspy Derek Flint (James Coburn), upon discovering that the POTUS (Andrew Duggan) has been replaced by a lookalike actor (also Duggan) in "In Like Flint" (1967).

 

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"Twister" (1996) talking about Bill's fiancee.

 

 

Bill.....She's a therapist.

 

Jo......Oh!  (pausing)  Yours?

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"Little Rascals" (1994)

 

Movie is bad but does NOW have a laughable scene.

 

Speaking to his son Waldo...

 

Dad (Donald Trump)....You're the best son money can buy.

 

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"I know a thing or two about a thing or two."

 

-- Robert De Niro as the overbearing stepfather Dwight Hansen in "This Boy's Life" (1993).

 

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"Mercury Rising" (1998)

 

Lt. Colonel Kudrow....You know, my wife says my people skills are like my cooking skills, quick and tasteless.

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"Casper's Haunted Christmas" (2000)   not knowing the couple in the car threw up in the popcorn.

 

Stinky.....Fatso, oh uh I made that special batch myself and uh heh heh heh, and just lets say it's not exactly..butter.

 

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"Batman vs Superman - The Dawn of Justice" (2016) speaking to Superman..

 

Batman....Tell me, do you bleed?

 

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"An actor as president?"

 

-- Superspy Derek Flint (James Coburn), upon discovering that the POTUS (Andrew Duggan) has been replaced by a lookalike actor (also Duggan) in "In Like Flint" (1967).

 

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Wish Coburn did more of those things.  Too funny.

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Jules Winnfield (Samuel L. Jackson): What country are you from?

 

Brett (Frank Whaley): What?

 

Jules: What ain't no country I've ever heard of! They speak English in what?

 

-Pulp Fiction (1994)

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"An actor as president?"

 

-- Superspy Derek Flint (James Coburn), upon discovering that the POTUS (Andrew Duggan) has been replaced by a lookalike actor (also Duggan) in "In Like Flint" (1967).

 

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Great guessing at predicting the future. :lol:

 

Reminded me of this one liner in "Back To The Future" (1985)

 

Dr Emmett Brown.....No wonder your president has to be an actor.  He's gotta look good on television.

 

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"Meet The Robinsons" (2007)

 

Wilber.... If my parents figure out I brought you from the past, they'll bury me alive and dance on my grave. 

 

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Bill Django: That... well, the hooker thing is definitely a lie.

 

(The Men Who Stare at Goats:  here's the whole conversation for context)

 

Larry Hooper: Lieutenant Colonel Django used funds from the project's black budget to procure prostitutes... Bill Django: That's a lie!

Larry Hooper: ...and to get drugs for himself and his men.

Bill Django: That... well, the hooker thing is definitely a lie.

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Consul Phil Putnam: Well, I guess that's your privilege.

Ed Horman: No, that's my right! I just thank God we live in a country where we can still put people like you in jail.  

 

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"CSI - Dog Eat Dog" (2005)  Announcer at a hot dog eating contest...

 

He has a mouth so large, he speaks in surround sound.

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***  Star Trek 50th Anniversary on SyfY and BBCA  ***

 

"Star Trek Generations" (1994)

 

Kirk to Picard...I don't need you to lecture me. I was out saving the galaxy when your grandfather was in diapers.

 

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(That's when you know one's getting OLD!) :lol:

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"The Little Mermaid" (1989)

 

Prince Eric....Someone should find that poor animal and put it out of it's misery.

 

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