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Quiz: What movie is this line from?


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spy story with Oscar winning actor as male lead.

 

Must correct earlier entry: Some sources name the male lead as director, but nominally he isn't credited as such

 

Edited by: emgee1 on Jan 3, 2014 4:55 PM

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emgee...

 

Thought that *YOU* would be the one to get this one!

 

:0) Just jokin'.

 

Need a clue?

 

Many people (and articles) get this wrong....But, if you listen very carefully, you'll hear this very last line....

 

Z

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Somewhere hidden away in my sophomore Lit notes, there's a dictated note that Lord Henry was Oscar Wilde's self-portrait character in Dorian. Makes sense. -- he certainly gave Lord Henry the best putdown lines.

 

Next up: I'm not sure it can be tracked down by research. I have been unable to find a reference published anywhere. I have it only from the movie itself, which I have seen twice.

 

"Do you know a lost cause when you see one?"

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I actually found this in the Boards RIGHT HERE in "FAMOUS MOVIE QUOTES":

 

cmvgor

 

Posted: Nov 18, 2009 11:10 AM

 

This one hasn't got legs, so let's drop it. *It was Yul Brynner talking to Joanne Woodward in a poorly scripted adaption of William Faulkner's The Sound And The Fury. (1959)* Possibly worth your time if like Stuart Whitman as beefcake, or if you want to see Yul Brynner wearing a rug.

 

But that's cheatin', right?

 

:0)

 

DaveZ

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