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Movie Quote of the Day – The Preacher’s Wife, 1996 (dir. Penny Marshall)


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Julia Biggs: Every fire dies sometime, Dudley. What do you do when you need to decide if the memory of it is enough?
Dudley: What do you do?
Julia Biggs: Yeah.
Dudley: What you do is. . . you go dancing!

Movie Quote of the Day – The Best Years of Our Lives, 1946 (dir. William Wyler)


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Milly Stephenson: Didn’t think you’d be up for hours.
Al Stephenson: You know, I had a dream. I dreamt I was home. I’ve had that same dream hundreds of times before. This time I wanted to find out if it’s really true. Am I really home?
Milly Stephenson: Looks like it.

Movie Quote of the Day – Rebecca, 1940 (dir. Alfred Hitchcock)


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Maxim de Winter: The woman that was washed up at Edgecombe, the woman that is now buried in the family crypt, that was not Rebecca. That was the body of some unknown woman, unclaimed, belonging nowhere. I identified it, but I knew it wasn’t Rebecca. It was all a lie. I knew where Rebecca’s body was. Lying on that cabin floor on the bottom of the sea.
Mrs. de Winter: How did you know, Maxim ?
Maxim de Winter: Because I put it there. Will you look into my eyes and tell me that you love me now ? You see ? I was right. It’s too late.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Bishop’s Wife, 1947 (dir. Henry Koster)


Dudley: The only people who grow old were born old to begin with.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Petrified Forest, 1936 (dir. Archie Mayo)


Alan Squier: The trouble with me, Gabrielle, is I, I belong to a vanishing race. I’m one of the intellectuals.
Gabrielle Maple: That, that means you’ve got brains!
Alan Squier: Hmmm. Yes. Brains without purpose. Noise without sound, shape without substance.