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Famous lines from movies

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Thanks, Stooge. I'm amazed I remembered that, actually. I hope Sandy is OK!

 

Who said:

 

"Would you mind turning around, please? I can't concentrate when you look at me like that."

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sorry, everyone! Yes, Ayres was right, it was from Adam's Rib!

 

got a good chuckle out of those crickets and tumbleweeds comments! :D

 

Sandy K

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Good guess! But no.

 

The speaker of the line has had at least four leading ladies in common with Cary Grant, though, and he is speaking to one of them.

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No, no and nope.

 

Another hint: She complies, but he then says, "I was only kidding... Oh, you're terrific! What's the use?" Then he launches into a song.

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No...

 

Here is another hint. I mentioned earlier that the leading man quoted had some leading ladies in common with Cary Grant. Here they are:

 

Joan Fontaine

Ginger Rogers

Leslie Caron

Audrey Hepburn

 

and--the leading lady being complimented.

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Let me take off my "Top Hat" and ask the following: Who said and in what movie - " You like your tea as much as I like my gin"

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That sounds like something John Barrymore would say. I'll guess he said it in Dinner at Eight, and that he said it to that cute little blonde, Madge Evans?

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I hope I'm remembering this line correctly. Here goes.

 

"That's it, professor! Put a little methyl-ethyl-propyl-butyl on it!"

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Charlie T. wrote:

 

 

 

"I hope I'm remembering this line correctly. Here goes.

 

'That's it, professor! Put a little methyl-ethyl-propyl-butyl on it!'"

 

 

I have a feeling this line is from "Blade Runner" (1982), but I don't remember who said it.

 

Dan N.

 

http://www.silentfilmguide.com

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