Movie Quote of the Day – Ride The Pink Horse, 1947 (dir. Robert Montgomery)
Lucky Gagin: I’m gonna cut you in.
Poncho: Cut me in?
Lucky Gagin: Five grand.
Lucky Gagin: Five thousand bucks.
Poncho: You got that much money?
Lucky Gagin: I’m gonna get it.
Poncho: Yeah, lots of people gonna get lots of things, but they don’t.
Movie Quote of the Day – Desperate, 1947 (dir. Anthony Mann)
Walt: You could’ve phoned, it would’ve saved time.
Pete: Yeah, but you can’t collect money on the telephone
Movie Quote of the Day – The Upturned Glass, 1947 (dir. Lawrence Huntington)
Emma Wright: Don’t you even remember the people you meet?
Dr. Michael Joyce: I remember the important ones. The ones I want to remember.
Movie Quote of the Day – Whispering City, 1947 (dir. Fyodor Otsep)
Mary Roberts: Oh, kitty! You better lend me one of your nine lives. You just frightened me out of one of mine.
Movie Quote of the Day – Born To Kill, 1947 (dir. Robert Wise)
Sam Wilde: Is somebody meeting you when we get off the ferry?
Helen Brent: No. I’m going to pick up a cab.
Sam Wilde: Swell. We’ll share one.
Helen Brent: I’m afraid not. We go in different directions.
Sam Wilde: That’s where you’re wrong. We’re going in the same direction, you and I.
Movie Quote of the Day – Bury Me Dead, 1947 (dir. Bernard Vorhaus)
Barbara Carlin: Keep following the procession.
Cab Driver: Whose funeral is it anyway?
Barbara Carlin: Mine.
Movie Quote of the Day – Smash-Up, the Story of a Woman, 1947 (dir. Stuart Heisler)
Ken Conway: Angel, maybe if you had a few less when you drink. I’d have nightmares too if I drank as much as you do.
Angelica ‘Angie’ ‘Angel’ Evans Conway: I don’t know what happens to me. I begin to feel so inadequate somehow and I need courage and it gives it to me.
Movie Quote of the Day – Dishonored Lady, 1947 (dir. Robert Stevenson)
Cop: I got a rule about women: if they ain’t breakin’ the law, leave ’em alone.