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Movie Quote of the Day – Ride The Pink Horse, 1947 (dir. Robert Montgomery)


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Lucky Gagin: I’m gonna cut you in.
Poncho: Cut me in?
Lucky Gagin: Five grand.
Poncho: 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 – Monkey Business, 1952 (dir. Howard Hawks)


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Dr. Barnaby Fulton: Aren’t you here early?
Lois Laurel: Oh, yes. Mr. Oxley’s been complaining about my punctuation, so I’m careful to get here before nine.

Movie Quote of the Day – It Started With A Kiss, 1959 (dir. George Marshall)


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Sgt. Joe Fitzpatrick: This is just pure research.

Movie Quote of the Day – Broadway Serenade, 1939 (dir. Robert Z. Leonard)


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Mary: Time will pass faster than a two-week vacation.
James: I’ll hold my breath until you get back.
Mary: Isn’t it awful? I can’t imagine any place without you. I can’t even remember any place without you.

Movie Quote of the Day – His Girl Friday, 1940 (dir. Howard Hawks)


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Walter Burns: There’s been a lamp burning in the window for ya, honey… here.
Hildy Johnson: Oh, I jumped out that window a long time ago.

Movie Quote of the Day – Kiss of Death, 1947 (dir. Henry Hathaway)


Tommy Udo: I’m askin’ ya, where’s that squealin’ son of yours? [maniacal laugh] You think a squealer can get away from me? Huh?  [maniacal laugh] You know what I do to squealers? I let ’em have it in the belly, so they can roll around for a long time thinkin’ it over.

Movie Quote of the Day – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953 (dir. Howard Hawks)


Lady Beekman: It’s a tiara.
Lorelei Lee: You do wear it on your head! I just love finding new places to wear diamonds!