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Movie Quote of the Day – Night Must Fall, 1937 (dir. Richard Thorpe)


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Danny: What’s that? Like the sound of a big wall falling over into the sea. Everything’s slipping out from under me. Can’t you feel it? Starting in slow, then hundreds of miles an hour. There’s a wind in my ears, a terrible rushing wind. Everything’s going past me like telegraph poles! Everything’s going backwards! Everything I’ve ever seen! Faster and faster, back to the day I was born! I could see it coming — the day I was born! I’m going to die.

Movie Quote of the Day – Bell Book and Candle, 1958 (dir. Richard Quine)


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Gillian ‘Gil’ Holroyd: Oh, Pye, Pye, Pyewacket. What’s the matter with me? Why do I feel this way? It’s such a rut. The same old thing day after day. Same old people. I know I’m feeling sorry for myself but it’s true. Why don’t you give me something for Christmas, Pye?
Pyewacket: Meow.
Gillian ‘Gil’ Holroyd: What would I like?
Pyewacket: Meow.
Gillian ‘Gil’ Holroyd: I’d like to do something different. I’d like to meet someone different.
Pyewacket: Meow.

Movie Quote of the Day – Gaslight, 1944 (dir. George Cukor)


Paula Alquist Anton: It isn’t here, you must have dreamed you put it there. [beat] Are you suggesting that this is a knife I hold in my hand? Have you gone mad, my husband?

Movie Quote of the Day – Cabaret, 1972 (dir. Bob Fosse)


Sally Bowles: Well, do you sleep with girls or don’t you?
Brian Roberts: Sally! You don’t ask questions like that.
Sally Bowles: I do.