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Famous lines from movies

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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.

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Do you mind if I try something a little different?

 

Here's a line from a Golden Era film noir. The thing that's "different" is that I am telling you, up front, this is the FINAL LINE from the movie.

 

"Well, I'm afraid you'll have to wake him, then."

 

Who said that, and in what film?

 

Dan N.

 

http://dan-navarros-blog.blogspot.com

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> Did you catch where

> Alfred was in this one? You get to go now.

 

Yes "Fatso" was standing by the piano during the party being thrown by the neighbor across the way.

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aftermath wrote:

 

"Horace McMahon to William Bendix in "The Detective Story"

 

 

No. Listen, I'm leaving town tomorrow morning and I will be gone until Monday (Nov. 13). I won't be near a computer until then. So, I'll end the speculation over this line and give you the correct answer.

 

The film is BLACK ANGEL (1946), a film noir from Hollywood's Golden Era.

 

In the film, a woman is murdered and her lover -- who is innocent -- is tried and convicted of the crime. He is sentenced to be executed.

 

Early on the morning of the man's execution date, chief of detectives Broderick Crawford comes into some vital evidence that casts doubt on the condemned man's guilt. But he must call the governor, immediately, to stay the execution. He dials the governor's mansion. We hear only Crawford's side of the conversation. We watch him listening. Then he says:

 

"Well, I'm afraid you'll have to wake him, then."

 

Those are the last words in the movie. Fade to black. The End.

 

Dunno if I'm allowed to do this... but if I can, I'd like to nominate Aftermath to give us a new "Famous line from the movies." Go for it, Mr. math, and I'll see you on Monday.

 

Dan N.

 

http://dan-navarros-blog.blogspot.com

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OK daneldorado it's an honor you selected me, also have a good trip! Who said and in what movie "The First Man to Raise a Fist is the First Man to Run out of Ideas"?

 

Aftermath

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It was from the movie Time After Time and it was said by HG Wells who was played by Malcome McDowall

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Who said: "You just put your lips together and blow."? What movie and to whom was she saying it?

 

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> No offense, but you're supposed to wait until it's

> confirmed your guess is correct before you pose a

> question and one guess at a time.

 

That's what we need on board Brad an "Official Referee" I Nominate you "Chowder" ;)

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Bacall to Bogart said the line about whistling in To Have and Have Not

 

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> That's what we need on board Brad an "Official

> Referee" I Nominate you "Chowder" ;)

 

Well, in that case, I'm tossing you for Unnecassary Roughness, Snapper :-)

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> > That's what we need on board Brad an "Official

> > Referee" I Nominate you "Chowder" ;)

>

> Well, in that case, I'm tossing you for Unnecassary

> Roughness, Snapper :-)

 

I protest!...Let's go to the video tape and see the replay! "Chowder" ;)

 

Aftermath

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> okay who said bla bla bla to whom and in what movie ?

 

Well, if you must know, El Brendel sang "Blah, Blah, Blah" (words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin) in the 1931 Fox film DELICIOUS.

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