Posted by Marya E. Gates
Evelyn: Things can’t always be the same. Or people.
Posted in Movie Quote of the Day
Tags: 1944, Anne Baxter, Dale Eunson, Guest In The House, Hagar Wilde, John Brahm, Katherine Albert, Ketti Frings, Lewis Milestone, Noirvember
Mrs. Elizabeth Murdock: To tell you the truth, I was expecting an older man, someone more intelligent looking.
Philip Marlowe: I’m wearing a disguise.
Tags: 1947, Dorothy Bennett, Florence Bates, George Montgomery, John Brahm, Leonard Praskins, Noirvember, Raymond Chandler, The Brasher Doubloon
Nancy: How could I ever have liked you, Norman – arrogant, suspicious, neurotic. . .
Norman: It isn’t neurotic to be jealous.
Nancy: It’s worse than neurotic to be jealous of a dead man.
Tags: John Brahm, Laraine Day, Noirvember, Robert Mitchum, Sheridan Gibney, The Locket
George: This goes on and on. These songs mean nothing to me. What do I get out of it?
Netta: You could get me.
Tags: Barré Lyndon, Hangover Square, John Brahm, Laird Cregar, Linda Darnell, Marian Spitzer, Noirvember, Patrick Hamilton
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