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Movie Quote of the Day – Christmas Holiday, 1944 (dir. Robert Siodmak)


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Robert Manette: You know, sometimes when I listen to it I feel that, that there’s nothing that man is capable of that I can’t do. Then it stops and it’s over.
Abigail Martin: Oh, not for me. When I hear good music I feel, well I feel as though something had been added to my life that wasn’t there before.
Robert Manette: I’d like that. Think you can teach me?

Movie Quote of the Day – The Letter, 1940 (dir. William Wyler)


Leslie Crosbie: With all my heart, I still love the man I killed!

Movie Quote of the Day – Rain, 1932 (dir. Lewis Milestone)


Mrs. Davidson: I’m sorry for him and I’m sorry for you
Sadie Thompson: And I’m sorry for the whole world, I guess.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Painted Veil, 2006 (dir. John Curran)


Kitty Fane: It’s raining cats and dogs.
[beat]
Kitty Fane: I said it’s raining cats and dogs.
Walter Fane: Yes, I heard you.
Kitty Fane: You might have answered.
Walter Fane: I suppose I’m not used to speaking unless I’ve something to say.
Kitty Fane: If people only spoke when they had something to say, the human race would soon lose the power of speech.