Movie Quote of the Day – Night Train to Munich, 1940 (dir. Carol Reed)
Kampenfeldt: It’s been reported to me that you’ve been heard expressing sentiments hostile to the fatherland!
Schwab: What – me, sir?
Kampenfeldt: I warn you, Schwab, this treasonable conduct will lead you to a concentration camp.
Schwab: But, sir, what did I say?
Kampenfeldt: You were distinctly heard to remark, “This is a fine country to live in.”
Schwab: Oh no, sir. There’s some mistake. What I said was, “This is a FINE country to live in!”
Kampenfeldt: Uh? You sure?
Schwab: Yes, sir.
Kampenfeldt: Huh. I see. Well in future don’t make remarks that can be taken two ways. Much wiser not to talk politics at all.
Posted on December 30, 2012, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 1940, Carol Reed, Eliot Makeham, Frank Launder, Gordon Wellesley, Night Train to Munich, Raymond Huntley, Sidney Gillia. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.