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Movie Quote of the Day – There’s No Business Like Show Business, 1954 (dir. Walter Lang)


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Vicky Hoffman: Maybe it’s crazy to try and explain anything to you the way you are now, but, Tim, try to understand, to you, this is just another show. You’re part of this business. You were born to it. You never had to pound on doors to get people to listen to you. Your family did it all. It’s different with me. I’ve been on my own since I was 15. This show is my big chance. It’s make or break.

Movie Quote of the Day – Young Mr. Lincoln, 1939 (dir. John Ford)


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Abraham Lincoln: Law. “That’s the rights of persons and the rights of things. The rights of life, reputation and liberty. The rights to acquire and hold property. Wrongs are violations of those rights.” By jing, that’s all there is to it. Right and wrong.

Movie Quote of the Day – Alexander’s Ragtime Band, 1938 (dir. Henry King)


Roger Grant: Don’t you understand? I’m an artist. Like Pygmalion.
Stella Kirby: Like who?
Roger Grant: Oh, just a Greek who took a hunk of marble, molded it and polished it into a beautiful woman. Then he fell in love with it.
Stella Kirby: Then you mean you’ve just fallen in love with your, with your. . .
Roger Grant: . . .handiwork.
Stella Kirby: Oh, that isn’t so. You loved me from the first day you saw me, platinum hair, loud mouth and everything.
Roger Grant: I guess you’re right.
Stella Kirby: This is the real thing, isn’t it?
Roger Grant: It’s the realest thing that ever happened to me.