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Movie Quote of the Day – Born To Kill, 1947 (dir. Robert Wise)


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Sam Wilde: Is somebody meeting you when we get off the ferry?
Helen Brent: No. I’m going to pick up a cab.
Sam Wilde: Swell. We’ll share one.
Helen Brent: I’m afraid not. We go in different directions.
Sam Wilde: That’s where you’re wrong. We’re going in the same direction, you and I.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Haunting, 1963 (dir. Robert Wise)


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Luke Sanderson: Only one way to argue with a woman, Doc. . .don’t.

Movie Quote of the Day – Odds Against Tomorrow, 1959 (dir. Robert Wise)


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Helen: Would you do a thing like that?
Earle: Like what?
Helen: Leave me alone like he did.
Earle: Not for a minute.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Set-Up, 1949 (dir. Robert Wise)


Stoker: Yeah, top spot. And I’m just one punch away.
Julie: I remember the first time you told me that. You were just one punch away from the title shot then. Don’t you see, Bill, you’ll always be just one punch away.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Sound of Music, 1964 (dir. Robert Wise)


Max: He’s got to at least *pretend* to work with these people. You must convince him.
Maria: I can’t ask him to be less than he is.

Movie Quote of the Day – West Side Story, 1961 (dir. Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise)


Maria: Stay back! How do you fire this gun, Chino? Just by pulling this little trigger? How many bullets are left, Chino? Enough for you? And you? All of you! You all killed him. And my brother. And Riff. Not with bullets and guns. With hate! Well, l can kill too, because now l have hate! How many can l kill, Chino? How many, and still have one bullet left for me? [beat] Don’t you touch him!