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LueBMone

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  1. I just thought he might be reading a note that the dead woman left as a clue. Not that he actually said the line. I'm not that stupid.
  2. > To summarize so far: > > Here's the quote: > > "Robert will be away for the night. I absolutely MUST > see you. I shall expect you at eleven. I am > desperate." > > We've had some incorrect guesses, but I don't think > any of them were said with any certainty... so, let's > try to narrow this down. > > The film in question is in black and white. > It was made before 1950. > The speaker is male. > > > Who said that, and in what movie? > > Dan N. > > Could it be "Laura" with Dana Andrews saying the
  3. I think it's "Manhattan Murder Mystery" with Woody Allen saying the line to Diane Keaton.
  4. Actually, I think it should be Gene Wilder who said the line, funnier that way.
  5. > > "That dummy doesn't look anything like me. Maybe it's > supposed to be one of you." > > Who said that, and in what film? > > Just a guess, Marty Feldman in Young Frankenstein? Leda
  6. Is the movie "The Birdcage" with Robin Williams saying the line to Tom McCowan,1996?
  7. CUT! I would like to say something off topic. HAPPY THANKSGIVING everyone! I know someone must have said that line in some classic movie at one time or another. If anyone comes up with a film and who said the line please let us know but for now...back to the question at hand.
  8. OK this is just a guess. Fred Astaire to Judy Garland in Easter Parade?
  9. Ok, how about Suspicion with Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine?
  10. This is one year off the decade. How about Only Angels Have Wings? Jean Arthur talking to Cary Grant.
  11. Very swift! Yes your right. Thelma Ritta said it to Jimmy Stewart at the beginning of the film. Another classic Alfred Hitchcock movie. Did you catch where Alfred was in this one? You get to go now.
  12. Thank's inglis. This may be an easy one. In what movie and who said "When General Motor's has to go to the bathroom ten times a day the whole country's ready to let go.
  13. John Payne in Miracle on 34th Street. One of my very favorite films.
  14. Oh, I know, I know! You don't think of it as a western. The River Of No Return with Marilyn Monroe?
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