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I don't know what movie it's from, or whether it's already been quoted in this thread. But I have a note stuck to my computer that says, "She has that "man wanted" look in her eyes" that I'm sure must come from a movie.

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"Madeline" (1998)

Spanish Ambassador....Ladies, may I present the reason we have opened to your our home: our birthday boy, Monsieur Jose Marco Filipo Juan Franloco Lopez de Vega Esteban Machado Jorge Santiago de la Rocha Gaspar Carlos de Fuentes Coruna Diego et Sevilla! Of course, his friends call him Pepito.

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Was there ENOUGH room on his birth certificate?? :blink::lol:

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Serenity (2005) has many wonderful lines:

Mr. Universe: You guys always bring me the very best violence.

 

Mal: Doctor, I'm takin' your sister under my protection here. If anything happens to her, anything at all, I swear to you, I will get very choked up. Honestly, there could be tears.

 

Dr. Tam to his sister: If there's any fighting, drop to the floor or run away. It's okay to leave them to die.

 

Mal: It's of interest to me how much you seem to know about that world.

Shepherd Book: I wasn't born a shepherd, Mal.

Mal: You have to tell me about that sometime.

Shepherd Book: No, I don't.

 

Zoë: In the time of war, we would never have left a man behind.

Mal: Maybe that's why we lost.

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Heh I just found a note scribbled when watching TV:

"I just lost a duel of wits with an unarmed opponent"

Any one know what this is from? Sounds like something John Barrymore or Errol Flynn would say.

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31 minutes ago, TikiSoo said:

"I just lost a duel of wits with an unarmed opponent"

It does sound like something Barrymore or Flynn would say!

I googled the phrase, and this was the only search option:

Murray after having a conversation with Ted Baxter on the Mary Tyler Moore Show, "I just lost a duel of wits with an unarmed opponent."

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"Porky's 2 - The Next Day" (1983) after throwing the elderly lady to the ground rendering her unconscious.

Naked Klansman...Well just don't lay there all spread eagled like that... its obscene.

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Not so much as great but in the movie "Annie" (1982)....

Grace Farrell has to be the most naive person ever!

Grace.... I never realized how many dishonest people there are in New York.

:blink::wacko::lol:

 

Note: I only turned to TCM to see if the movie is presented in widescreen. Already have the 2.35:1 format on Laserdisc.

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It is hard to choose something like that since one of the very essence of good screenwriting is to have great lines pouring out of characters' mouth. But if I were to pick one it would be this:

James Bond: "Do you expect me to talk?"

Goldfinger: "No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die!"

A classic !!!

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It is hard to choose something like that since one of the very essence of good screenwriting is to have great lines pouring out of characters' mouth. But if I were to pick one it would be this:

James Bond: "Do you expect me to talk?"

Goldfinger: "No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die!"

A classic !!!

Another line I really like is in "Wall Street" (1988), when Michael Douglas is in his office and talking to someone on the phone and says: "The man is so incompetent that if he owned a funeral parlour, nobody would die."

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"Washington" (2020) mini series at the end of Part 3.

Bill Clinton...Every since George Washington people looking at us and have been betting against America. So far they have all lost money.

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Please keep any replies within the context of the series - don't make it political.

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"How The West Was Won" (1962) 

Aftermath of the buffalo stampede, Zebs response to Mike's insensitivity to the baby crying.

Mike King (Richard Widmark)....That? That's just new life going on.

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