Movie Quote of the Day – Make Way For Tomorrow, 1937 (dir. Leo McCarey)
Barkley Cooper: In case. . .I don’t see you again. . .
Lucy Cooper: What?
Barkley Cooper: Well, anything might happen. The train could jump off the tracks. If it should happen that I don’t see you again, it’s been very nice knowing you, Miss Breckenridge.
Lucy Cooper: Bark, that’s probably the prettiest speech you ever made. And in case I don’t see you ag. . .well, for a little while. I just want to tell you, it’s been lovely, every bit of it, the whole fifty years. I’d sooner have been your wife, Bark, than anyone else on Earth.
Barkley Cooper: Thank you, Lucy.
Posted on October 3, 2012, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 1937, Beulah Bondi, Helen Leary, Josephine Lawrence, Leo McCarey, Leo Robin, Make Way For Tomorrow, Nolan Leary, Viña Delmar, Victor Moore. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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