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Movie Quote of the Day – Sleepless in Seattle, 1993 (dir. Nora Ephron)


Annie: Now those were the days when people KNEW how to be in love.
Becky: You’re a basket case.
Annie: They knew it! Time, distance. . .nothing could separate them because they knew. It was right. It was real. It was perf–
Becky: A movie! That’s your problem! You don’t want to be in love. You want to be in love in a movie.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, 1943 (dir. Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger)


Barbara Wynne: We must go, darling. We have the Bishop for lunch.
Clive Candy: I hope he’s tender.

Movie Quote of the Day – Black Narcissus, 1947 (dir. Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger)


Sister Clodagh: You are objectionable when sober, and abominable when drunk!
Mr. Dean: I quite agree.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Journey, 1959 (dir. Anatole Litvak)


Major Surov: Anything goes when people meet for the last time.
Diana Ashmore: What do you mean?
Major Surov: Go to any railway station – that’s what I mean. You’ll see people doing things they’d never do, ordinarily. They kiss, they cry, they wave. That’s the sickness of our time: people waving… Nobody waves back.

From The Warner Archive: The Journey, 1959 (dir. Anatole Litvak)

Fans of The King and I, rejoice! The Warner Archive has released Anatole Litvak’s drama The Journey, which reunites co-stars Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr. This film also served as the big screen debut of Jason Robards – and what a debut it was!

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Movie Quote of the Day – An Affair To Remember, 1957 (dir. Leo McCarey)

Terry McKay: Winter must be cold for those with no warm memories. [beat] We’ve already missed the Spring.
Nickie Ferrante: We have. [beat] I think this is probably my last chance.
Terry McKay: Mine too.