Movie Quote of the Day – Night Must Fall, 1937 (dir. Richard Thorpe)
Danny: What’s that? Like the sound of a big wall falling over into the sea. Everything’s slipping out from under me. Can’t you feel it? Starting in slow, then hundreds of miles an hour. There’s a wind in my ears, a terrible rushing wind. Everything’s going past me like telegraph poles! Everything’s going backwards! Everything I’ve ever seen! Faster and faster, back to the day I was born! I could see it coming — the day I was born! I’m going to die.
Posted on May 21, 2014, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 1937, Emlyn Williams, John Van Druten, Night Must Fall, Richard Thorpe, Robert Montgomery, Rosalind Russell. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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