Movie Quote of the Day – Lust For Gold, 1949 (dir. S. Sylvan Simon)
Julia: A man named Jacob Waltz has just arrive in town. I want to meet him.
Julia: He’s discovered gold.
Pete: What do you want to meet him for? I’ve got a right to know!
Julia: Really? Well, I have a right to some things too! Like being sick and tired of running a bakery.
Pete: Now, wait a minute, Julia!
Julia: You’ve had four years to do something about getting me out of here, Pete.
Pete: I’ve had bad luck! I’m doing the best I can.
Julia: Yes, you’ve done very well. Have you been able to keep a job? Have you replaced our savings you so cleverly invested in grazing lands no animal could live on? Have you, Pete?
Pete: That wasn’t my fault! I got swindled!
Julia: No, I got swindled! So now you’re going to bring that man here.
Pete: Oh no, I won’t, Julia!
Julia: Yes, you will. There’s still that unsolved murder in Milwaukee.
Julia: Good. Of course, he’s not to know I’m married to you.
Posted on November 16, 2014, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 1949, Barry Storm, Gig Young, Ida Lupino, Lust For Gold, Noirvember, Richard English, S. Sylvan Simon, Ted Sherdeman. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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