Movie Quote of the Day – Anatomy of a Murder, 1959 (dir. Otto Preminger)
Judge Weaver: Mr. Biegler, you finally got your rape into the case, and I think all the details should now be made clear to the jury. Do you agree, Mr. Lodwick?
Mitch Lodwick: Absolutely.
Judge Weaver: What exactly was the undergarment just referred to?
Paul Biegler: Panties, Your Honor.
Judge Weaver: Do you expect this subject to come up again?
Paul Biegler: Yes, Sir.
Judge Weaver: There’s a certain light connotation attached to the word “panties.” Can we find another name for them?
Mitch Lodwick: I never heard my wife call ’em anything else.
Judge Weaver: Mr. Biegler?
Paul Biegler: I’m a bachelor, Your Honor.
Judge Weaver: That’s a great help. Mr. Dancer?
Claude Dancer: When I was overseas during the war, Your Honor, I learned a French word. I’m afraid that might be slightly suggestive.
Judge Weaver: Most French words are.
Posted on May 20, 2012, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 1959, Anatomy of a Murder, Brooks West, George C. Scott, James Stewart, Jimmy Stewart, John D. Voelker, Joseph N. Welch, Otto Preminger, Wendell Mayes. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.