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Movie Quote of the Day – The Snows of Kilimanjaro, 1952 (dir. Henry King)


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Harry Street: Darling, there’s a war going on there.
Cynthia Green: There’s a war going on here too right at this table! There’s a dandy little war going on!

Movie Quote of the Day – While The City Sleeps, 1956 (dir. Fritz Lang)


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Ed Mobely: You know, you have very nice legs.
Nancy Liggett: Aren’t you sweet.
Ed Mobely: Nice nylon stockings too. What holds your stockings up?
Nancy Liggett: There’s a lot your mother should have told you.
Ed Mobely: I didn’t ask my mother. I asked you. It’s, uh, simply a matter of scientific research.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Old Maid, 1939 (dir. Edmund Goulding)


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Tina: I’ll go, but before I go, you’ve got to know that I’m sick your spying and fault-finding and meddling–
Delia Lovell: No, Tina!
Tina: You can say what you want to me Mummy, because you understand me and I love you. But she’s just a sour old maid who hates me–
Delia Lovell: Tina!
Tina: –because I’m young and attractive and in love, while she’s old and hideous and dried up and has never known anything about love!

Movie Quote of the Day – Dark Victory, 1939 (dir. Edmund Goulding)


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Judith: I’ve never taken orders from anyone. As long as I live, I’ll never take orders from anyone. I’ll tell you something else. I’m well, absolutely well. I’m young and strong and nothing can touch me.

Movie Quote of the Day – It’s Love I’m After, 1937 (dir. Archie Mayo)


Marcia West: I was in love with Clark Gable last year and if I can get over him, it’s a cinch I can get over you.
Basil Underwood: Who’s Clark Gable?

Movie Quote of the Day – Now, Voyager, 1942 (dir. Irving Rapper)


Jerry Durrance: Will you be happy, Charlotte?
Charlotte Vale: Oh Jerry, don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have the stars.