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Movie Quote of the Day – Reckless, 1935 (dir. Victor Fleming)


Ned Riley: Not bad, eh, Mr. . . . ?
Robert Harrison, Jr.: Harrison. All my enemies call me Bob.
Ned Riley: Well then, I’ll call you Bob.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Philadelphia Story, 1940 (dir. George Cukor)


Macaulay Connor: C.K. Dexter Haven! Oh, C.K. Dexter Haven!
C. K. Dexter Haven: What’s up?
Macaulay Connor: You are.

Movie Quote of the Day – Red Dust, 1932 (dir. Victor Fleming)


Dennis Carson: Hey! How many times have I told you to let down those curtains?
Vantine: Why? They’ve all gone off to work.
Dennis Carson: You heard me, let them down!
Vantine: What’s the matter? Afraid I’ll shock the Duchess? Don’t you suppose she’s ever seen a French postcard?

Movie Quote of the Day – Dinner At Eight, 1933 (dir. George Cukor)

Kitty Packard: I was reading a book the other day.
Carlotta Vance: Reading a book?
Kitty Packard: Yes. It’s all about civilization or something. A nutty kind of a book. Do you know that the guy says that machinery is going to take the place of every profession?
Carlotta Vance: Oh, my dear, that’s something you need never worry about.

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.

Movie Quote of the Day – Holiday, 1938 (dir. George Cukor)

Ned: [whispers] Happy New Year.
Linda: Same to you.
Linda: What’s it like? To get drunk, Ned?
Ned: It’s…how drunk?
Linda: Good and drunk?
Ned: Grand.