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Movie Quote of the Day – His Kind of Woman, 1951 (dir. John Farrow)


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Dan Milner: I’m too young to die. How about you?
Mark Cardigan: Too well-known.
Dan Milner: Well, if you do get killed, I’ll make sure you get a first-rate funeral in Hollywood, at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
Mark Cardigan: I’ve already had it. My last picture died there.

Movie Quote of the Day – Armored Car Robbery, 1950 (dir. Richard Fleischer)


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Lt. Jim Cordell: Aged in the glass bourbon.

Movie Quote of the Day – Compulsion, 1959 (dir. Richard Fleischer)


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Judd: To the perfect crime!
Artie: Crime?! Oh, my wealthy fraternity brothers. Sixty-seven dollars! And a secondhand typewriter. I told you to leave it alone. No, you were so scared, you froze to it.
Judd: It was the first time, Artie. The next time, it’ll be all right.
Artie: If there is a next time. When we made the deal, you said you could take orders. You said you wanted me to command you.
Judd: I do. As long as you keep your part of the agreement.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Narrow Margin, 1952 (dir. Richard Fleischer)


Mrs. Neall: What’re you going to do? Shoot something for breakfast?
Det. Sgt. Walter Brown: Sure. Name it.
Mrs. Neall: Eggs, bacon, toast, a bucket of coffee and some cigarettes. I’m famished, Brown.

Movie Quote of the Day – Soylent Green, 1973 (dir. Richard Fleischer)


Det. Thorn: You tell everybody. Listen to me, Hatcher. You’ve gotta tell them! Soylent Green is people! We’ve gotta stop them somehow!