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Sunup til Midnight is long enough to wait. The "rich man" line was Walter Burke to James Garner

in The Wheeler-Dealers.

 

Maybe this one will be easier:

 

"My career was cut short by a woman and a bank. She developed a taste for bonded bourbon;

I robbed a bank."

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"Do you remember Mr. Craverly? The biology teacher? Aw, it's terrible what happened to him. He went to this party and he met this girl. And she seemed kind of tired, sick maybe...."

 

Name the movie, and the speaker of the quote.

 

 

Nobody? Okay, if it helps, the "Mr. Craverly" in the quote ends up taking the girl home with him, and they spend the night.

 

That should light a few bulbs.

 

Cheers,

Dan

 

http://www.silentfilmguide.com

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"Do you remember Mr. Craverly? The biology teacher? Aw, it's terrible what happened to him. He went to this party and he met this girl. And she seemed kind of tired, sick maybe...."

 

Name the movie, and the speaker of the quote.

 

 

 

Still no answers? Can't be that tough. Okay, some more clues:

 

This film was made in the late 20th century. And it involves the talents of FIVE (5) Oscar winners, plus two (2) Oscar nominees.

 

Name the film, and the speaker of the quote.

 

Cheers,

Dan

 

http://www.silentfilmguide.com

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The movie is Postcards From the Edge and the speaker is Dennis Quaid playing Jack Faulkner.

 

I wanted to answer sooner but I couldn't come up with another quote!!! Try this one:

 

"You be the host. It's your party. Happy birthday, welcome home, and we who are about to die salute you."

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" You're a brave man. Go and break through the lines. And remember, while you're out there risking your life and limb through shot and shell, we'll be in be in here thinking what a sucker you are."

 

 

 

Groucho Marx, in "Duck Soup" (1933).

 

 

Cheers,

Dan

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LOL----O.k. try this one--

Now let me see , it must be something never seen before,a spell that would change my Queenly arraingment into a peddlers cloak--Ah! here it is-this spell can only be broken by loves first kiss.

to age my voice; an old hags cackle

to whiten my hair ; a scream of fright.......

 

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