100 Great Film Quotes Not in the 2011 Movies Unlimited Catalog

2011 Movies Unlimited Catalog “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.” “Here’s looking at you, kid.”  “I’m going to make him an offer he can’t refuse.” “Schwing!” Where would Hollywood and its fans be without these and other timeless quotations? Well, back in the days of silent pictures, I guess (of course, even back then there were some notable phrases to be read on the title cards). Here’s another one; “It’s long been said that motion pictures are a visual medium, but true movie lovers know that there’s nothing like a memorable line of dialogue.” That quote comes from Movies Unlimited founder and president Jerry Frebowitz, by way of his introductory letter to the 2011 edition of the company’s DVD catalog (seen on the left and available here), which pays tribute on its cover and throughout its 800-plus pages to some of the best-loved film lines from the last eight decades or so.

Obviously there were more cinematic sayings–the good, the bad, and the unprintable–than there was room for in the book. And likewise, some of my personal favorites were probably a tad too esoteric to be considered cover material. Luckily, cyberspace is nigh infinite, so I’d like to use a bit of it to offer up 99 of my picks, most of which hold up minus context. The ground rules: one entry per movie/actor; don’t quote from more than 10 of the cover-featured films; skip lines taken from classic works of literature (Shakespeare, Dickens, Stan Lee, etc.); and try to keep the material at a PG-13 level (which meant ignoring any of R. Lee Ermey’s Full Metal Jacket quips and pretty much anything by Samuel L. Jackson). In rough chronological order, they are:

Lon Chaney, The Phantom of the Opera – “Feast your eyes! Glut your soul on my accursed ugliness!” (See, silent films had some good lines.)

Al Jolson, The Jazz Singer – “Wait a minute, you ain’t heard nothin’ yet.”

Groucho Marx, The Cocoanuts – “I’ll meet you tonight under the moon. Oh, I can see it now, you and the moon. You wear a necktie so I’ll know you.”

Greta Garbo, Anna Christie – “Gimme a whisky, ginger ale on the side. And don’t be stingy, baby.”

Charlie Chaplin, City Lights – “You can see now?” (On a title card, of course.)

Bela Lugosi, Dracula – “I never drink…wine.”

the sideshow performers, Freaks – “We accept her, one of us. Gooble gobble, gooble gobble.”

Paul Muni, I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang – “I steal.”

Bramwell Fletcher, The Mummy – “He…he went for a little walk! You should have seen his face!”

Mae West, Night After Night – “Goodness had nothing to do with it, dearie.”

Marie Dressler, Dinner at Eight – “Oh, my dear, that’s something you need never worry about.”

unknown chorine, Flying Down to Rio – “I’ll do it, sounds like a new thrill.”

John Barrymore, Twentieth Century – “I close the iron door on you!”

Boris Karloff, Bride of Frankenstein – “We belong dead!”

Chico Marx, A Night at the Opera – “Ah, you can’t fool me! There ain’t no Sanity Claus!”

Curly Howard, Restless Knights – “I’m a victim of coicumstance!”

Cary Grant, Bringing Up Baby – “I just went GAY all of a sudden!”

Charles Laughton, The Hunchback of Notre Dame – “Why was I not made of stone like thee?”

W.C. Fields, My Little Chickadee – “I’d like to see Paris before I die…Philadelphia will do.”

Mel Blanc, A Wild Hare – “Eh, what’s up, Doc?”

Raymond Massey, Arsenic and Old Lace – “He said I looked like Boris Karloff.”

Orson Welles, Citizen Kane – “You know, Mr. Bernstein, if I hadn’t been very rich, I might have been a really great man.”

Peter Lorre, The Maltese Falcon – “You, you imbecile! You bloated idiot! You stupid fathead! You…(sobs)”

Evelyn Ankers, The Wolf Man – “Even a man who’s pure in heart, and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms, and the autumn moon is bright.”

Jack Benny, To Be or Not to Be – “So, they call me ‘Concentration Camp’ Earhardt.”

Humphrey Bogart, Casablanca – “There are certain sections of New York, Major, that I wouldn’t advise you to try to invade.”

Sheldon Leonard, It’s a Wonderful Life – “That’s it! Out you two pixies go, through the door or out the window!”

Katharine Hepburn, The African Queen – “I never dreamed any mere physical experience could be so stimulating!”

Douglas Spencer, The Thing from Another World – “An intellectual carrot! The mind boggles.”

John Carradine, Johnny Guitar – “That’s a lot of man you’re carrying in those boots, stranger.”

Ernest Borgnine, Marty –  “So you see, dogs like us, we ain’t such dogs as we think we are.”

Jack Lemmon, Mister Roberts – “Now, what’s all this crud about no movie tonight?”

James Dean, Rebel Without a Cause – “You’re tearing me apart!”

Kevin McCarthy, Invasion of the Body Snatchers – “You’re next! You’re next!”

David Hedison, The Fly – “Help me!”

Dudley Manlove, Plan 9 from Outer Space – “You see, you see? Your stupid minds! Stupid! STUPID!”

Elizabeth Taylor, Butterfield 8 – “Face it, Mama. I was the slut of all time.”

Audrey, Jr.,  The Little Shop of Horrors – “Feed me!”

Anthony Perkins, Psycho – “We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven’t you?”

Bette Davis, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? – “But ya are, Blanche! Ya are in that chair!”

Adam West, Batman – “Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb!”

Susumu Korobe (with Mickey Rose’s voice), What’s Up, Tiger Lily? – “The last time I made love on a ship was the Titanic. Unfortunately, we never finished.”

Phil Silvers, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum – “If I’ve told you once, I’ve told you a hundred times; do not fan the girls when they’re wet! But you’ll never learn, you’ll be a eunuch all your life.”

George Kosana, Night of the Living Dead – “Yeah, they’re dead. They’re…all messed up.”

Charlton Heston, Planet of the Apes – “Damn you! Damn you all to Hell!”

Zero Mostel, The Producers – “That’s our Hitler!”

Dean Jones, The Love Bug – “We all prisoners, chicky baby. We all locked in.”

John Wayne, True Grit – “Fill your hands, you sonofabitch!”

Malcolm McDowell, A Clockwork Orange – “Come and get one in the yarbles, if you have any yarbles, you eunuch jelly thou!”

Richard Castellano, The Godfather – “Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.”

Phillip Avenetti, Night of the Lepus – “Ladies and gentlemen, attention! There is a herd of killer rabbits headed this way!”

Edith Massey, Pink Flamingos – “EGGS! EGGS! EGGS!”

Woody Allen, Sleeper – “That’s a big chicken.”

Alex Karras, Blazing Saddles – “Mongo only pawn in game of life.”

Graham Chapman, Monty Python and the Holy Grail – “On second thought, let’s not go to Camelot. It is a silly place.”

Barry Bostwick, The Rocky Horror Picture Show – “Say, do any of you guys know how to Madison?”

Marcel Marceau, Silent Movie – “No.”

Shelley Duvall, Annie Hall – “Sex with you is really a Kafkaesque experience.”

Jeremy Black, The Boys from Brazil – “You freaked-out maniac!”

John Vernon, National Lampoon’s Animal House – “Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son.”

Mariel Hemingway, Manhattan – “You have to have a little faith in people.”

Mary Woronov, Rock ‘N’ Roll High School – “Do your parents know that you’re Ramones?”

Roger Hill, The Warriors – “Can you dig it?”

Stephen Stucker, Airplane! – “And Leon’s getting lar-r-r-ger!”

Dan Aykroyd,  The Blues Brothers – “This is glue. Strong stuff.”

Rodney Dangerfield, Caddyshack – “When you buy a hat like this I bet you get a free bowl of soup, huh? Oh, it looks good on you, though.”

Kathleen Turner, Body Heat – “You aren’t too bright. I like that in a man.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Conan the Barbarian – “To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women.”

Peter O’Toole, My Favorite Year – “I’m not an actor, I’m a movie star!”

Jeff Goldblum, The Big Chill – “That’s the great thing about the outdoors, it’s one giant toilet.”

John Candy, National Lampoon’s Vacation– “Sorry, folks, park’s closed. Moose out front shoulda told you.”

Albert Finney, The Dresser – “STOP THAT TRAIN!”

Peter Weller, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai – “Remember, no matter where you go…there you are.”

Christopher Guest, This Is Spinal Tap – “These go to 11.”

Judd Nelson, The Breakfast Club – “Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?”

Jan Rubes, Witness – “You never had your hands on a teat before?”

Sigourney Weaver, Aliens – “Get away from her, you bitch!”

Dennis Hopper, Blue Velvet – “Don’t you look at me!”

Max Von Sydow, Hannah and Her Sisters – “Can you imagine the level of a mind that watches wrestling?”

Jesse Ventura, Predator – “I ain’t got time to bleed.”

Mandy Patinkin, The Princess Bride – “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

Roddy Piper, They Live – “I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I’m all out of bubblegum.”

Jack Nicholson, Batman – “Wait ’til they get a load of me.”

Kevin Costner, Field of Dreams – “Hey, Dad? You wanna have a catch?”

Lawrence Tierney, Reservoir Dogs –  “All right, ramblers, let’s get to rambling.”

Johnny Depp, Ed Wood – “This is the one. This is the one I’ll be remembered for.”

Samuel L. Jackson, Pulp Fiction – “This is a tasty burger!” (Hey, I found one!)

Tim Allen, Toy Story – “You are a sad, strange little man.”

Frances McDormand, Fargo – “There’s more to life than a little money, you know. Don’cha know that? And here ya are, and it’s a beautiful day.”

the Martians, Mars Attacks! – “Ack! Ack, ack, ack!”

Peter Mullan, Trainspotting – “He knows a lot about Sean Connery.”

Alyson Hannigan, American Pie – “This one time, at band camp…”

Jennifer Lopez, Gigli – “It’s turkey time. Gobble, gobble.”

Jewel Staite, Serenity – “Goin’ on a year now I ain’t had nothin’ twixt my nethers weren’t run on batteries!”

Vinnie Jones, X-Men: The Last Stand – “I’m the Juggernaut, bitch!”

Heath Ledger, The Dark Knight – “Why so serious?”

Robert Downey, Jr., Tropic Thunder – “I know who I am! I’m a dude playin’ a dude disguised as another dude!”

Danny Trejo, Machete – “Machete don’t text.”

Timothy Dalton, Toy Story 3 – “Sunnyside is a place of ruin and despair, ruled by an evil bear who smells of strawberries.”

If my abacus is correct, that’s 99 quotes. Looks like we have just enough room for one more to make it an even hundred. Any suggestions?

  • doug


    • Carioca

      The one I quote most often and in fact have it hanging in my kitchen–
      Joan Crawford in The Women: If you throw a lambchop into a hot oven, what’s gonna keep it from gettin’ done?

      Claude Rains in Casablanca: “I’m shocked, shocked to learn that there is gambling going on in here!”

      Jean Harlow and Marie Dressler in Dinner at Eight:
      I was reading a book the other day.
      Reading a book?
      Yes. It’s all about civilization of something. A nutty kind of a book. Do you know that the guy says that machinery is going to take the place of every profession?
      Oh, my dear, that’s something you need never worry about.

      Boris Karloff in The Mummy: You will not remember what I show you now, and yet I shall awaken memories of love . . . and crime . . . and death.

      James Stewart in The Philadelphia Story:
      . . . you’re made out of flesh and blood. That’s the blank, unholy surprise of it. You’re the golden girl, Tracy, full of life and warmth and delight.

  • John Robinson

    From Chinatown

    “Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.”

  • Linda Karch

    Lauren Bacall: “You know how to whistle don’t you? You just put your lips together and blow.”

  • Jack


  • Baz

    “My god, it’s full of stars.” (2001: A Space Odyssey)

  • Baz

    “Close the podbay doors HAL.” (2001)

  • Baz

    Or was it “Open the podbay doors HAL”? I can’t remember- that HAL was such a schemer.

  • Baz

    Three from “A Streetcar Named Desire”
    “Whoever you are, I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.” Vivien Leigh
    “Poker should not be played in a house with women.” Karl Malden.
    “How ’bout cuttin’ the re-bop?” Marlon Brando

  • masterofoneinchpunch

    Louis Cyphre, Angel Heart – “…how terrible is wisdom when it brings no profit to the wise…”

    Dr. Moreau, Island of Lost Souls – “Have you forgotten the house of pain?”

    Adam Dunne, The Night and the City – “Harry is an artist without an art.”

    Hrundi V. Bakshi, The Party – “Birdie Num Num”

    The Pink Panther Strikes Again:
    Mrs. Leverlilly: “But that’s a priceless Steinway!”
    Clouseau: Not anymore!”

    Master Betty, Kung Pow – “I have been called bad before. Many have said I do things that are not correct to do. I don’t believe in talk such as this. I am nice man, with happy feelings. All of the time. First, a joke. What do you get when you cross an owl with a bungee cord? My ass. Nyah, haha, haha, haha, ENOUGH.”

    Principal, Billy Madison – “Mr. Madison, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.”

    Harry Lime, The Third Man – “In Switzerland they had brotherly love – they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock.”

  • Jack West

    Line from True Grit is wrong. Should be “Fill your lead you son of a bitch.”

  • http://www.moviesunlimited.com Gary Cahall

    Trust me, Jack. I’ve now seen both versions (and read the book in jr. high–wish I could find it) and Rooster Cogburn tells the bad guys to “fill your hand(s)”, which is to say, pick up your guns.

  • peterH

    I found two mistakes
    In “The Wolfman” its the old gypsy lady that
    speaks the line. And in little shop the charecter is “Audrey II” NOT JR. As it was named for Seymour’s Love interest.

  • http://www.moviesunlimited.com Gary Cahall

    Thanks for writing, PeterH, but I’ve got this covered. Several people recite the “Even a man…” poem in The Wolf Man and its follow-up films, but the first to do so on-screen was Lon Chaney’s love interest, Evelyn Ankers (Maria Ouspenskaya’s Maleva the gypsy does have that great line “The way you walked was thorny, through no fault of your own”). And the killer plant was called Audrey Jr. in the original 1960 Little Shop of Horrors; the ’80s musical and film version redubbed it Audrey II.

  • BobH

    Burgess Meredith asCommander Egan Powell, “In Harm’s Way”: Man, I tell you, the women – they’re smokin’ cigarettes, drinkin’ whiskey, doin’ the shimmy-sham-shimmy, hot damn!

  • uncle gibby

    One of the greatest was delivered by Val Kilmer in “Top Secret”.

    “I feel more like I do now than I did when I first got here.”
    Still a classic! He also had many great lines in “Tombstone”.

  • Richard

    Stoker Thompson(Robert Ryan) “The Set-Up”: “Everybody makes book on something”

  • speedle

    From Dr. Strangelove, “You can’t fight in here. This is the War Room.”

  • Chuck Millstein

    The secretary in “Ferris Bueller’s day Off”: “They say he’s a righteous dude”- what greater vote of confidence in an unrighteous world?

  • J.S. Christie

    From to Kill a Mockingbird, Rev. Sykes, “Jean Louise, Jean Louise, stand up. Your father is passing.”

  • Bob VanDerClock

    “This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I’m to relate” (The SECOND line of 1951’s “A Christmas Carol”)

    “Don’t you understand Jessie? YOU HAVE NOTHING…just a lot of old foggy memories and recollections …NOONE WILL BELIEVE YOU…not without PROOF..not without HARD EVIDENCE!” (“Townshend” -Martin Sheen – to Major Jesse Marcel – Kyle MacLachlan – in 1994’s “Roswell”)

    “Why I knew you when I had more brains in my LITTLE FINGER than you had in your WHOLE CARCASS!!…even with your OVERCOAT ON!!” (Ollie, to Stan, in “A Chump At Oxford” (1940)

    “Ah yes, my little Rocky Mountain canary!……(hmmph….more like Rocky Mountain GOAT!!”)..WC Fields, in-I think – Man On The Flying Trapeze, 1934??

  • michael j.

    From Once Upon A Time In The West: Cheyenne (Jason Robards) after seeing Harmonica (Charles Bronson) shoot 2 men off their horse: “Not only can he play, he can shoot, too.”

  • Charley Blake

    “Sometimes the magic works, sometimes it doesn’t.”
    –Old Lodge Skins (Chief Dan George) in Little Big Man

  • Sharon Karns

    Tom Selleck in the Shadow Riders—“Whiskey gets the blame for a lot of things it didn’t do

  • Rhoda

    Lois Lane to Superman:”You’ve got me? Who’s got you?”

  • Rick Hirsch

    “Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.”

    Monsieur Rick in “Casablanca”

  • Mark Dryer

    The greatest Film Quote of all was by James Donald in “The Bridge on the River Kwai” – – “MADNESS, MADNESS!”

  • Ray

    Dr. Ian Malcomb (Jeff Goldblum) in Jurassic Park – “Yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”

  • J O’Keefe

    Gene Wilder from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate factory: “Charlie, don’t forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he ever wanted; he lived happily ever after.”

  • J O’Keefe

    Jack Palance from Shane: “Prove it”

  • George McGill

    Mae West in “My Little Chiackadeee”: Peel me a grape!

  • James Sedares

    “You musn’t underestimate American blundering. I was with them when they blundered into Berlin in 1918.” Claude Rains in casablanca

  • Ron C

    Doc Willoughby (Ken Murray) in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, when Liberty was shot dead, he called out: “Whisky, quick!” then takes a drink and says: “dead!”

  • J. Lyon

    Orlando Bloom from “Kingdom of Heaven”: I am the blacksmith.

    And the marvelous whoever who played Saladin, ditto: Nothing … and everything.

  • James Butterfield

    From Tombstone: “You gonna do something or just stand there and bleed?”

  • Chuck Homes

    In Commancheros, John Wayne says to Stuart Whitman, “Words are what men live by, words they say and mean.”

    Clint Eastwood, “A man has got to know his limitations.”

  • Jerry

    From Finding Forrester:
    “Not exactly a soup question, now is it?”
    “I’ll take poor assumptions for $800, Alex.”

  • hiram grant

    As long as folks are quoting from Westerns:
    (1) Walter Brennan in My Darling Clementine: “Marshallin’? In Tombstone?” (2)Randolph Scott in The Tall T: “Some tnings a man can’t ride around.” From The Wild Bunch: (3) When you side with a man, you stay with him, and if you can’t do that, you’re like some animal. You’re finished! We’re finished — all of us!” (3) “Let’s go.” “Why not?” And Clint in Unforgiven: “We all have it coming, kid.”

  • Bob Spallina

    After getting fired – Eric Roberts to Mickey Rourke in “The Pope of Greenwich Village : “Whataya need a suit for, Charlie, ya got no job to wear it to”.

  • eddie moscone

    ‘blow up the bridge: what have i done. alex guiness. Bridge on River Kwai
    don’t touch that lever; you’ll blow us all to adams. ernest thesiger Bride of Freankenstein
    for a second there i thought we was in big trouble. paul newman as butch cassidy and the sundance kid
    want my advice go back to bulgaria. cassablanka

  • eddie moscone

    we rob banks. fay dunaway in bonnie and clyde
    i just checked my schual and i am available for the next 6 years. woody allen.
    let’s go. william holden in the wild bunch
    why not. warren oaks in the wild bunch

  • abe rodrigues

    Eli Wallach, the good the bad and the ugly “blondie! you know what you are?! you are a sonofabitch!!!!”

  • Lord Belchmore

    Clint Eastwood in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. “You see in this world there’s two kinds of people my friend- those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig.”

  • Kay

    From Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?
    “And that’s how you play ‘get the guest’.

  • Ken Strawn

    Sandhal Bergman in CONAN THE BARBARIAN: ” Do you know what dangers lurk over this wall? Then you go first.”

  • Bob McGuire

    From Dr. No, “Bond…James Bond.”

  • Bob McGuire

    From the movie GOLDFINGER:

    Bond (Sean Connery): “Do you expect me to talk?”

    Goldfinder (Gert Frobe): “No Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!”

  • Kenneth Morgan

    Trace Beaulieu, “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie”: I’m a naughty boy! Naughty, naughty, naughty!

    Frank Oz, “Star Wars-Episode I: The Phantom Menace”: Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.

    Harrison Ford, “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”: Nazis. I hate these guys!

    Peter Breck, “The Beatniks”: I KILLED THAT FAT BARKEEP!!!

    Track announcer, “Rollerball” (1975): Ladies and gentlemen, our Coporate Anthem.

    Coleman Francis, “The Beast of Yucca Flats”: Flag on the moon. How did it get there?

    Temura Morrison, “Star Wars-Episode II: Attack of the Clones”: I’m just a simple man trying to make his way in the universe.

    Well, I think they’re great and, so far as I know, they’re not on the MU list.

  • John George

    From King Kong:
    Wise-cracking blonde after asking “What is it anyway?”(re King Kong)and being told “it’s some kind of gorilla”…. then being stepped on by a man trying to get to his theatre seat: “Hey, ain’t we got enough of them in New York already…?”

  • Ken A

    Bette Davis – also from “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?: You mean all this time we could have been friends?
    Richard Burton to Liz in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”: There are not many more disgusting things in this world than you with a couple of drinks in you and your skirt up over your head…
    Sandy Dennis, also in “Virginia Woolf”: Hump the Hostess!

  • Bill Ameen

    In “Rolling Thunder,” after William Devane says “I found the men who murdered my son,” fellow POW Tommy Lee Jones says without a pause, “I’ll just get my gear.”

  • Shawn

    Dracula, Bela Lugosi-“To die, to be really dead, that must be glorious.

    Little Caesar, Edward G Robinson-“You want me? Your gonna have to come and get me!

    Fistful of Dollars, Clint Eastwood, “My mistake…four coffins”. (The scene leading up to the quote make it classic.) “I knew someone like you once, and there was no one there to help”.

    Caddyshack, Bill Murray-“In the immortal words of Jean Paul Sartre ‘Au Revoir, gopher'” Ted Knight, “I’ve sentenced boys younger than you to the gas chamber…didn’t want to do it…I felt I owed it to them”. Rodney Dangerfield-“You’re a lot of woman, you know that? Yea, wanna make 14 dollars the hard way? I could list a hundred classic lines from this film.

    Apocalypse Now, Robert Duvall “I love the smell of napalm in the morning”. (The longer paragraph quote makes it even better) This film also has a ton of classic quotes.

  • Steve in Sedona

    Eli Wallach in The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly:

    “You going to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.”

  • Steve in Sedona

    Here’s one: Clint was not the first to say, “Go ahead, make my day.”

    That line came from Vice Squad, where the head cop (Gary somebody) says the line to Wings Hauser as Wings reaches for his hideout gun.

  • Bob Spallina

    Faye Dunaway in “Barfly”: “I don’t hate people, I just like it better when they’re not around”

  • Mike Boston

    Jimmy Stewart to Faye Bainter in “It’s A Wonderful Life,” “Here’s your hat, what’s your hurry?”

    And Cecil Kellway in “Harvey”, “Have you ever been to Akron?”

  • Andrew

    From Howard Hawk’s “The thing”:
    “I just thought of something. What if he can read our minds?”
    “He’ll be awfully mad when he gets to me”.

  • Andrew

    Robert Armstrong, “King Kong” (1933)
    “No, it wasn’t the airplanes. It was Beauty that killed the Beast”.

  • Garry Stewart

    Strother Martin in “Cool Hand Luke” , having belted Paul Newman for insolence, ” What we have here, is failure to communicate .”

  • paul manning

    “mother of mercy, can this be the end of rocco? Edward g. Robinson

  • karlene

    pretty much every line uttered by Marty Feldman in Young Frankenstein! my fav is after the doctor asks him to help with the bags…”you take the blonde, I’ll take the one in the turban!”

  • rick clark

    Val Kilmer in “Real Genius”,allegedly quoting Socrates:”I drank what?”

  • Shawn

    I almost forgot.
    Tombstone, Val Kilmer-“I’m your Huckleberry”.

    Another film with a lot of great quotes, most of them Val Kilmer (Doc Holiday).

  • Evie

    Jim Carey, “So you’re telling me…..I’ve got a chance!” Dumb and Dumber

    “How’s your burger?” Jeff Daniels, Dumb and Dumber.

  • Robin

    It wasn’t Jack Benny who said “So they call me Concentration Camp Erhardt”. It was Sig Rumann.

  • cbtrivia

    A&C meet Frankenstein. After Lon Chaney Jr. says the line about every man turns into a wolf at the rising of the full moon, Lou Costello says” YOU AND A THOUSAND OTHER GUYS.”

  • Sandra Jackson

    In ‘Moonstruck’ Cher says, ‘Snap out of it’.

  • Tommy Boy

    Cool Hand Luke…

    “What we have here is failure to communacate”

  • Tommy Boy

    Eli Wallach in The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly:

    “Don’t die, blondie, don’t die”

  • Kevin S.

    Raiders of the lost Ark.
    Harrison Ford: “snakes, why does it always have to be snakes?”

  • Tom

    Richard Boone in Hombre: “Well, I think you should have what you like.”

    Marlon Brando in One-Eyed Jacks: “studs like you don’t come along too often, Dad.”

    Marlon Brando in One-Eyed Jacks: “How you gonna look, how you gonna look Lon, kicking, snapping, spittin up your blood?”

    Marlon Brando in One-Eyed Jacks: “Get up, get up you scum-sucking pig; I’m gonna tear your arms out.”

    Marlon Brando in One-Eyed Jacks: “He didn’t leave me no selection.”

    Marlon Brando in One-Eyed Jacks: “You gob of spit.”

  • Oreadno1

    From Blazing Saddles:
    What’s a dazzling urbanite like you doing in a rustic setting like this?

    From Serenity:
    You do that, you’d best make peace with your dear and fluffy lord.

  • greg

    Groucho Marx, Night at the Opera – How would you like to feel like she looks

  • greg

    Laurel & Hardy in a dozen movies. “Here’s another fine mess you got me into”

  • greg

    Abbott & Costello – “Hey Abbott!!”

  • greg

    Three Stooges – Paging Doctor Moe, Doctor Larry Doctor Curly!

  • greg

    Robert Duvall – Apocalypse Now “I love the smell of napalm in the morning. It smells like victory.”

  • greg

    Al Pacino – The Godfather “I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse.”

  • greg

    Johnny Depp – Donnie Brasco – Forget about it is like if you agree with someone, you know, like Raquel Welch is one great piece of ass, forget about it. But then, if you disagree, like A Lincoln is better than a Cadillac? Forget about it! you know? But then, it’s also like if something’s the greatest thing in the world, like mingia those peppers, forget about it. But it’s also like saying Go to hell! too. Like, you know, like “Hey Paulie, you got a one inch pecker?” and Paulie says “Forget about it!” Sometimes it just means forget about it.


    Great feeling talking to Ma.Great feeling.Liked it.Maybe I am nuts.
    James Cagney
    White Heat
    A neglected house gets an unhappy look.This one had it in spades.
    William Holden
    Sunset Boulevard
    Thats life.Whichever way you turn fate sticks out a foot to trip you.
    Tom Neal
    What do you want me to do?Count to three like they do in the movies?
    Bob Steele to Elisha Cook JR
    The Big Sleep
    Good boy.Fights real dirty.
    Vic Morrow
    King Creole

  • Ella

    In “It’s a Wonderful Life” James Stewart is talking to Beulah Bondi (who played his mother in several movies) not Fay Bainter.

    “And Then There Were None” (1945)

    Emily Brent (Judith Anderson): “Very stupid to kill the only servant in the house. Now we don’t even know where to find the marmalade.”
    “The Birdcage”

    Armand (Robin Williams): “All right, I’ll bite, where are you going?”
    Albert (Nathan Lane): “To Los Copa.”
    Armand: “Los Copa? There’s nothing in Los Copa but a cemetery.”
    Albert: “I know, that’s why I’m packing light.”
    Armand: “Oh I see, so you’re going to a cemetery with your toothbrush. How Egyptian.”


    If you got to dream.Dream big.
    Kirk Dpuglas
    The Bad And The Beautiful
    This place needs cleaning up and for the next two minutes Im a one man Board Of Health.
    Alan Ladd
    Lucky Jordan
    You get out of line and Ill spoil more than just your afternoon.
    George Raft
    Rouge Cop
    I feel like fighting Joe Louis or any other fast form of suicide.
    Van Heflin
    Johnny Eager
    Thats the trouble with foreign countries.Everything is so foreign.
    George Raft


    Thats the trouble with calling a girlfriend thats married,if a man answers you have to hang up.
    Broderick Crawford
    The Flame

  • CE Carter

    “He has all the characteristics of a dog except loyalty.”
    Henry Fonda
    The Best Man (1964)

    “You sho is ugly.”
    Shug Avery (Margaret Avery) to
    Celie (Whoopie Golberg) in The Color Purple

    “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate”
    Struther Martin in Cool Hand Luke

  • Mark Janky

    Danny Devito – Heist – “Everybody needs money. That’s why they call it money.”

  • bob hayes

    from slap shot, to much to soon


    Maybe she was alright and maybe Christmas comes in July.
    Humphrey Bogart
    Dead Reckoning
    Roast in peace.
    Edward G Robinson
    Black Tuesday
    Mother Of Mercy.Is this the end of Rico?
    Edward G Robinson
    Little Caesar

  • Ricky P

    James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) – “No more foreplay”

  • Richard Finn

    Planet of the Apes – Charlton Heston- “Get your damn dirty paws off me!”

    God is my Co-Pilot – Japanese pilot to American Pilot – What’sa matter Yank, no more ammunition?”

    God is my Co-Pilot – Japanese Pilot – “I was educated in your country at UCRA!”

  • http://www.moviesunlimited.com Gary Cahall

    Mea culpa, Robin. By my rules the first “Concentration Camp Ehrhardt” quote in To Be or Not to Be should indeed have been credited to comically pompous character actor Sig Ruman, a two-time Marx Bros. foil. I was thinking of when Benny impersonates him later in the film and can’t think of anything else to say.

  • Michael

    “I would like to know hees name.” Mexican bandit in ‘Hombre’.

    “If it’s alright with you lady, I didn’t feel like bleeding for him. And even if it’s not alright with you.” Paul Newman in ‘Hombre’.

    “You’d eat dog, and pick the bones clean.” Paul Newman in ‘Hombre’.

    “If he tries to leave, shoot him once; if he tries to take the money, shoot him twice; if he tries to take the water, empty the gun.” Paul Newman in ‘Hombre’.

    “What do you thing Hell is going to look like”. Richard Boone in ‘Hombre’.

    “I am serious, and don’t call me Shirley”. Leslie Nielson in ‘Airplane’.

    “Eight years of college down the drain”. John Belushi in ‘Animal House’.

    “Hey McLintock. Nice party. No whiskey. We go.” Indian Chief in ‘McLintock.

    “Stella!” Marlon Brando in ‘Streetcar Named Desire’.

    “Never get out of the boat”. Martin Sheen in ‘Apocalypse Now”.

    “I’ll be Charley Potatoes”. Tony Curtis in ‘The Defiant Ones’.

  • Dennis

    Here’s my favourite;
    Johnny Rocco (Edward G Robinson)to ex-flame and boozer Gaye Dawn (Claire Trevor) in “Key Largo” after Gaye’s embarrassing attempt at singing a torch song from her old night club act; “Why ain’t you a singin’ star…instead of a lush?” Trevor was priceless.


    The Doors made me do it.
    Ida Lupino
    They Drive By Night
    Ill be back tonight,Red.
    Thanks for the warning.
    Ann Sheridan
    They Drive By Night
    Can I take your order?
    Ann Sheridan
    Yea,but it aint on the menu.
    George Raft
    They Drive By Night.

  • John Bennett

    Spencer Tracy as Henry Drummond (Clarence Darrow) cross examining the witness,”THIS MAN WISHES TO THINK!” after the question of “If god wanted a spunge to think,” the aswer was “If god wanted a spunge to think, yes, I agree…” (words of that effect.

  • Bond Trader.

    From ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE, the first James Bond film to star an actor other than Sean Connery as Agent 007…

    THIS never happened to the OTHER fellow!

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  • doghousereilly

    “Nice state of affairs when a man has to indulge his vices by proxy.” General Sternwood (Charles Waldron), The Big Sleep
    “I’m just as God made me, Sir.” The hotel clerk (Paul Benedict), This Is Spinal Tap
    “I’m a married spud, I’m a married spud…” Mr. Potato Head (Don Rickles), Toy Story 2

  • Joe Gregorio

    “Charlie, you don’t understand. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am.”

    “Some canary, he could sing but he couldn’t fly.”
    (Both from “On the Waterfront.”)

    “Fred C. Dobbs says nothing he don’t mean.”

    “Badge? What badge? I don’t have no badge. I don’t need no stinking badge!”
    (Both from “Treasure of the Sierra Madre”)

    “It’s the stuff that dreams are made of.”
    (“The Maltese Falcon”)

    “He’s a man!” “Well, nobody’s perfect.”
    (“Some Like it Hot”)

    “Hang on, it’s going to be a bumpy night.”
    (“All About Eve”)

  • greatandpowerfulturtle

    What about the most famous line in all of Japanese cinema, “HO, GODZILLA!”?

  • Jerry

    W.C.Fields in “You’re Telling Me”, “A man’s lucky if he gets out of this world alive”.
    W.C.Fields in “Poppy”, “My old Pap told me,right before they sprung the trap,You can’t cheat an honest man,never give a sucker an even break, nor smarten up a chump”.

  • paul sailhamer

    “They call me, Mr. Tibbs.” Heat of the Night, Sidney Poitier

    “What we have here is a failure to communicate.” Cool Hand Luke Chain Gang Warden


    You wonder how hot it can get and in Acapulco you find out.
    Robert Mitchum
    Out Of The Past
    Im taller than Napoleon.
    Jane Greer
    Your prettier,too.
    Robert Mitchum
    Out Of The Past
    Im not a rat.
    Dewey Martin
    Just a little mouse.
    Steve Forrest
    Prisoner Of War
    Were always in the RED.
    James Milligan(Talking about Communist donations)
    I Was A Communist For The FBI

  • paul manning

    “my momma used to love me, but she died” Paul newman in “HUD”

  • paul manning

    ” hey wait a minute, you clowns are on dope!” Paul Dooley in “Shakes the clown”

  • Marc

    Girl in Maximum Overdrive – “But we made you.”

  • Judy Powell

    Hope someone hasn’t already said it but from “Cabin in the Cotton 1932” Bette Davis said “I’d kiss you but I just washed my hair”; or,
    “Apocalypse Now” Robert Duvall said “I love the smell of Napalm in the Morning”; or, from Goodfellows, Joe Pesche “Funny like a clown, I amuse you?” I have so many more but those are a few fav’s.


    I aint got the time.
    Lee Marvin
    The Killers
    The only man not afraid to die is dead already.
    Lee Marvin
    The Killers
    A dame with a rod is like a guy with a knitting needle.
    Steve Brodie
    Out Of The Past

  • Michelle

    “They call me MR. TIBBS!”

  • Andrew

    Godfather Part II
    Al Pacino: “I know it was you Fredo. You broke my heart”.


    The old mans had too much wine.
    Al Pacino
    Godfather Two
    I aint so tough.
    James Cagney
    Public Enemy
    You get around.
    Kirk Douglas
    Like the monkey and the weasel.
    Robert Mitchum
    Out Of The past

  • Rebecca

    From Raising Arizona, Nicholas Cage:
    “Her insides were a rocky place where my seed could find no purchase.”


    You built my gallows high.
    Robert Mitchum
    Out Of The Past
    Id say that was big talk coming from a one eyed fat man.
    Robert DuVall
    True Grit
    Big mouth does not make a big man.
    John Wayne


    Black is white.White is black.
    Kevin Costner
    People like you just walk between the raindrops.
    Kevin Costner
    My guns gonna speak its peace,
    Edward G Robinson
    Little Caesar

  • Tom

    Alan Ladd and Jack Palance in Shane:
    (Shane) So you’re Jack Wilson.
    (Wilson) What’s that to you Shane?
    (Shane) I’ve heard about ya.
    (Wilson) What’ve ya heard Shane?
    (Shane, slowly for emphasis) I’ve heard you’re a low down yankee liar.
    (Wilson) Prove it.


    Ugly people blackmailers.Only one way to pay them off.
    Laird Cregar
    This Gun For Hire
    Im my own police.
    Alan Ladd
    This Gun For Hire

  • http://www.moviesunlimited.com Gary Cahall

    How did I forget Hank Azaria as Comic Book Guy in The Simpsons Movie: “I’ve spent my entire life doing nothing but collecting comic books, and now there’s only time to say… LIFE WELL SPENT!”


    Now,just behave yourselves and no one will get hurt.This is Duke Mantee the world famous killer and hes hungry.
    Joseph Sawyer
    The Petrified Forest

  • Pam

    “Cat’s in the bag, bag’s in the river.”
    Tony Curtis
    Sweet Smell of Success

    That was truly one for the AFI.


    When it comes to dates,1492 is the only one I can remember.
    Vince Barnett
    The Killers
    If theres one thing I hate,its a double crossing dame.
    Albert Dekker
    The Killers
    I just met the swellest dame.She smacked me in the kisser.
    Brian Donlevy
    The Glass Key


    Im glad I didnt kill you.Your funny as Hell tonight.
    Kirk Douglas to John Wayne
    The War Wagon
    A bird in the hand is not going to lead you to its mate.
    Charles Coburn
    In this world you turn the other cheek and you get hit with a lug wrench.
    Brian Donlevy


    When big money talks,smart guys listen.
    Ricardo Cortez
    The Big Shakedown

  • Bob VanDerClock

    “LOOK UPON ME!You’ve never seen the likes of ME before!”
    “No….and I wish the pleasure had been indefinitely postponed”
    (Scrooge with the Ghost Of Christmas Present, 1951)

    “I INSIST we take up the tax!!”
    “Well I’d much rather take up the carpet…”(Groucho to one of his Ministers, Duck Soup, 1933)

    “Seems we’re one horse shy”
    “Naw…ya got two too many!”
    (Charles Bronson, facing 3 killers on horseback in “Once Upon A Time In The West”, 1969)


    You see too much,you think too much,and you breathe too much.
    Sheldon Leonard
    And bet too much on the wrong horses.
    Tom Conway
    The Falcon In Hollywood
    I like all my boys to look sharp.
    Richard Widmark
    Street With No Name
    To me a dollar is a dollar in any language.
    Glenn Ford
    Money isnt dirty,just people.
    Kim Novak
    You like jive?
    Elisha Cook JR
    You bet.Im a hep kitten.
    Ella Raines
    Phantom Lady


    Im a good guy,Im a bad guy.
    Stanley Ridges
    Dust Be My Destiny


    Frankie,your mother forgives me.
    Victor McLaglen
    The Informer
    Stick with me and youll have money in the bank.
    George Montgomery
    China Girl
    We aint safe with no crackpot giving orders.
    Steve Cochran
    White Heat
    Youll never make money.Your a two bit guy.
    Peggy Cummings
    Gun Crazy


    OK Canary.Start singing.
    George Raft
    Each Dawn I Die
    Im in Pittsburg,not Moscow.
    Dorothy Hart
    I Was A Communist For The FBI
    Whats your unit,soildier?
    Woodpeckers Of America.Whats your?
    Alan Ladd
    Lucky Jordan

  • Anne

    “Vanity! My favorite vice!” — the Devil (Al Pacino), in “The Devil’s Advocate”.


    OK Canary.Start singing.
    George Raft
    Each Dawn I Die
    The rat lives longer than the lion,but who wants to be a rat?
    Preston Foster
    The Last Days Of Pompeii


    Im half American,half Jersey City.
    Ronald Reagan
    Desperate Journey
    Its laish,but I call it home.
    Clifton Webb
    Dames are always pulling a switch on you.
    Dana Andrews
    Hes still doing the polka.
    Vincent Price
    Betsy Ross taught it to me.
    Clifton Webb

  • Tammi Johnson

    Maggie Smith in Keeping Mum via cell phone “This is Grace speaking. Would you like to come out from under the bed?”

    Or Maggie Smith in Gosford Park “Difficult color, green.”


    When one is dead they become very important.
    Charles Boyer
    Arch Of Triumph

  • Bandyman

    From the movie Blood Simple from Francis McDermit I don’t know what your talking about Ray , I haven’t been doing anything funny

  • Grand Old Movies

    from BODY & SOUL, John Garfield’s last line:; “Whaddya gonna do, kill me? Everybody dies!”

  • chris

    My God, it’s full of stars is actually from 2010.
    Animal House-Bluto: “Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?”


    Saddle up.
    John Wayne
    Sands Of Iwo Jima
    I am not intoxicated,YET.
    John Wayne


    Men like to see women cry.It makes them feel superior.
    George Brent
    The Spiral Staircase
    Joe couldnt find a prayer in the Bible.
    Kirk Douglas
    Out Of The Past
    I was running this town when you cheep crooks were eating in dives.
    Robert Ryan
    The Racket


    If you want fresh air,dont look for it in this town.
    Anthony Caruso
    the Asphalt Jungle
    My My.Such a lot of around town and so few brains.
    Humphrey Bogart
    The Big Sleep

  • dennis

    “If they move, kill ’em.”
    William Holden as Pike Bishop in “The Wild Bunch.”


    Sure,Im in the big league.Aint it about time I was there?
    Lawrence Tierney
    Born To Kill
    lots of guys have guns,but thers only one Johnny Rocco.
    Edward G Robinson
    Key Largo
    My yen for you goes up and down like a fever chart.
    Peter Breck
    Shock Corridor

  • Ross Biondo

    Came across this thread fron last month, so better late then never:
    ” ….Then I’ll kill ’em both ”
    Michael Corleone.
    Here’s some Godfather trivia I’ve never seen mentioned: Michael eventually became a Capo , a Captain, head of the family. In the weeding scene when he’s in uniform, his rank is 2 silver bars, a Captian in the US Army. Coincidence? probably not.


    I thought you were dead.
    Jerry Summers
    The next person whos says that Im going to shoot.
    John Wayne
    Big Jake

  • Michelle Malkin

    Eddie Moskone: That line from Bridge On the River Kuai should be : “You’ll blow us to atoms!”

  • http://www.moviesunlimited.com Gary Cahall

    Actually, Michelle, Eddie had it right the first time. The “you’ll blow us all to atoms!” is uttered by Ernest Thesiger as Dr. Pretorius in Bride of Frankenstein, just before Boris Karloff’s monster pulls said lever down and blows up the laboratory (what a dumb place to put a self-destruct lever!).


    Thats a nice outfit.Better add to it before you go to church.
    Cornel Wilde to Ida Lupino


    Maxie Fields,thats a name for you.Everything he touches turns to drink.
    Paul Stewart
    King Creole

  • runfar

    …Brad Pitt

  • runfar

    Wax on…….Wax off.
    —Karate Kid.

  • Clay Robinson

    It’s too long to give here,but the short speech James Garner makes in The Americanization of Emily to Julie Andrews mother on his philosophy of being a coward when meeting her for the first time for tea in the garden. Check it out– the whole movie is a sleeper-tresure.

  • Vesty

    The first one is my personal favorite…

    “He used to be a big shot” Gladys George/”Panama Smith” (“The Roaring Twenties”)

    “Get outta my way Johnny, I’m gonna spit!”
    Paul Muni (“Scarface”)

    “If they move…kill ’em!”
    William Holden (“The Wild Bunch”)

    “I’m gonna personally shoot the paper hangin’ son-of-a-bitch”!
    George C. Scott (“Patton”)

    “Is this the end of Rico..?”
    Edward G. Robinson (“Little Caesar”)

    “Your point, their village!”
    Omar Sharif (“Dr. Zhivago”)

    “Yep…it all comes from learnin’..”
    Billy Halop (“Dead End”)

  • Sher

    Clark what did that there chair set ya back, I’d like to refurbish it if ya don’t mind…..that there is one quality item!


    An American will fight for 3 things,1A woman,2himself,3A better world.
    China Girl

  • Ross Biondo

    “Nobody ever lies about being lonely”
    Pvt. Prewitt ( Montgomery Clift )
    – From Here to Eternity –

  • Tyme Warp

    “But that’s another story!”
    Lou Jacobi
    Irma La Douce

  • Agamemnon

    [Veronica Lake] He must owe you money.
    [Alan Ladd] I owe him.
    – This Gun for Hire

    [Robert Duvall] Someday this war’s gonna end.
    – Apocalypse Now (this line and the scene it ends are ruined in the Redux version, which should be banned)

  • Agamemnon

    [Ben Johnson] Harvey Johnson’s gonna be a big name in these parts.
    [Sam Gilman] How’s that?
    [Ben Johnson] He’s fixin to get hisself killed by a fella named Rio.
    [Sam Gilman] That ain’t him.
    [Ben Johnson] It ain’t huh? I wouldn’t want to lose me a handfull of brains trying to find out.
    – One-Eyed Jacks

    [Ben Johnson to Marln Brando] If I could’a done anything to help I would’ve been in there like a streak.
    – One Eyed-Jacks
    (This movie is just a continous string of fantastic one liners. It was made just before four-letter words became acceptable, which probably inspired the writers to come up with its incredible dialog)


    Your a good man,sister.
    Humphrey Bogart to Lee Patrick
    Malteae Falcon


    Give us one beer and two straws that have never been used.
    Stan Laurel to waiter Alan Hale
    Our Relations


    When your a housekeepers daughter,you see the world through a half open door.
    Laraine Day
    The Locket


    Im not a Brewster.Im a son of a sea cook.
    Cary Grant
    Arsenic and Old Lace

    • Pamhandle

      Yes, there are a lot of good lines in Arsenic and Old Lace.

  • Ron C

    People scare better when they’re dying.
    Henry Fonda as Frank, “once Upon A Time In The West”


    There isnt an ill wind that doesnt blow someone some good.
    Robert Mitchum
    Out Of The Past
    I never found out a thing listening to myself.
    Robert Mitchum
    Out Of The Past
    Im in Pittsburg,not Moscow.
    Dorothy Hart
    I Was A Communist For The FBI
    This is the Torch?
    Cornel Wilde
    Looks more like a burned out match.
    Karl Malden
    Operation Secret


    Long live Big Brother.
    Edmond OBrien

  • gary day

    You ever been in love?
    Nope been a bartender all my life.

    Only two things better than a good gun
    A swiss watch and a woman from anywhere.

    I’m rich Bick… I’m a richee…..I’m a RICH BOY

  • sugarpussoshea

    Hank Worden in “The Searchers” as Ward Bond, Patrick Wayne, etc. are expecting indians in their lap any minute: “For that which were are about to receive, we thank thee, oh Lord”.

  • John Small

    I don’t know how many of these truly qualify as “classics,” but here are 25 of my all-time favorite movie quotes:

    Danny Glover in “Silverado” : “I don’t want to kill you and you don’t want to be dead!”

    Sean Connery in “The Untouchables”: “What the hell, you gotta die of something!”

    Burgess Meredith in the 1966 movie version of “Batman”: “Careful, careful… Every one of them has a mother.”

    Groucho Marx in “Duck Soup”: “Remember men, we’re fighting for this woman’s honour; which is probably more than she ever did.”

    Leonard Nimoy in “Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan”: “As a matter of cosmic history, it has always been easier to destroy, than to create.”

    Scatman Crothers in “Twilight Zone: The Movie”: “The day we stop playing is the day we start getting old. Start watching the clock. Waiting for the days to hurry up and end. Counting the years.”

    Robin Williams in “Dead Poets’ Society”: “We don’t read and write poetry because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering – these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love – these are what we stay alive for.”

    Peter Tork in “Head”: “Let me tell you one thing son. Nobody ever lends money to a man with a sense of humor.”

    John Lennon in “Help!”: “There’s somebody been in this soup.”

    Mel Gibson in “Braveheart”: “”Every man dies, not every man really lives.”

    Eli Wallach in “The Misfits”: “If it weren’t for the nervous people in the world, we’d all still be eating each other.”

    James Cagney in “Man Of A Thousand Faces”: “I’m from the collection agency. I’ve come to collect my wife.”

    Huey Lewis in “Back To The Future”: “I’m afraid you’re just too darn loud.”

    Jack Nicholson in “Batman” (1989): “Haven’t you ever heard of the healing power of laughter?”

    Danny DeVito in “Batman Returns”: “I believe the word you’re looking for is: Ahhhhhhhh!”

    Dan Ackroyd in “The Blues Brothers”: We’re on a mission from God.

    Peter Sellers in “Dr. Strangelove”: “Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here! This is the War Room!”

    Matthew Broderick in “Ferris Beuller’s Day Off” (There are two of them): (a) “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” (b) “A person should not believe in an “-ism,” he should believe in himself.”

    Bill Murray in “Ghostbusters”: “Back off man. I’m a scientist.”

    Robin Williams in “Popeye”: “I’m a very tolerant man, except when it comes to holding a grudge.”

    Peter Falk in “The Princess Bride”: “When I was your age, television was called books.”

    Susan Barnes in “Repo Man”: “It happens sometimes. People just explode . . . natural causes.”

    Audrey Hepburn in “Cherade”: “I already know an awful lot of people and until one of them dies I couldn’t possibly meet anyone else.”

    Maria Portokalos in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”: “The men may be the head of the house but the women are the neck and they can turn the head anyway they want.”

  • John Z

    Last but not least from “The Treasure of Serria Madria” the bandit to Humphrey Bogart “badges we don’t have to show you no stinkin badges” In my opinion one of the best lines.

  • CJ

    Ryan O’Neal in “What’s Up Doc?” – Well, how much is it without the buffering?

  • broadwayfan

    GROUCHO MARX “Animal Crackers” “He’ll be playing ‘A Cup of Coffee, A Sandwich, and You’, from ‘AIDA’.”


    Let us not ask for the moon,we got the stars.
    Bette Davis
    Now Voyager


    If I were a man Id punch your dirty face in.
    Laurette Luez
    If really believe you would.
    Dont get cute.Im just itching to work you over.
    Neville Brand


    I really believe you would Edmond OBrien DOA


    The World Is yours.

  • Harry Lyme

    There’s no reason to shoot at me, I’m a dentist.

    I saw things… They have tsetse flies down there the size of eagles.

    I have flames on my car. I HAVE FLAMES ON MY CAR.

    Serpentine Shelly. Serpentine!

    Arkin, Falk, Arkin, Falk.

    • Pamhandle

      The Inlaws was a great movie. Then Falk says “they are flying off with little brown babies in their beaks.” Arkin “beaks, they have beaks” and later “there’s red tape in the bush?”. My sisters and I still sometimes use the lines “I have flames on my car” and “Serpentine Shelly Serpentine!” A classic movie that is always fun to watch.


    How about a nightcap?
    Barry Sullivan
    I never wear them.

  • Tim Crowe

    The Quote by Dean Jones from ‘the Love bug’ is also wrong: This is said by Donald Sutherland in the film, ‘Kelly’s Heroes’.

  • http://www.moviesunlimited.com Gary Cahall

    Sutherland’s anachronistic hippie tank driver may have said something similar, Tim, but my Love Bug quote comes from the scene where Michelle Lee is banging on Herbie’s locked door at a drive-in restaurant and yelling she’s a prisoner, and a long-haired flower child (Dean Jones in a joke cameo) in the next car offers his philosophical advice.

    • http://www.facebook.com/timothy.crowe2 Timothy Crowe

      Hi Gary, Tim here, must dig out that film again; great isn’t it ? I’m sure your’e right!


    Id hate to take a bite out of you.Youre a cookie full of arsenic.
    Burt Lancaster
    Sweet Smell Of Success
    When your slapped youll take it and like it.
    Humphrey Bogart
    Maltese Falcon
    Heres looking at you.
    Alan Ladd
    I dont want to look at you.Your a heel.
    William Bendix
    The Glass Key


    We must all stumble over Shakesphere sometime in our lives.
    Charles Grapewin
    Johnny Apollo
    If I could get my hands on the first guy whoever called me Lucky.
    Dorothy Lamour
    Johnny Apollo
    Whatever made you think you could get away with it?
    Gene Kelly
    I love you,Robert.
    Deanna Durban
    Christmas Holiday

  • Mofrris

    This list is truly uninspiring and unmemorable. If you were trying to be uninspiring and unmemorable, then you should have chosen lesser known and obscure movies. I fail to comprehend the relevance or significance of these quotes.

  • Bill Y

    From the movie Flashpoint: Jean Smart asks Kris kristoferson “are you here to sell us tickets to the policeman’s ball or something”?? His response, “no ma-mm we’re Border Patrol we don’t have balls”.

  • strokes102

    Badges? We don’t need no stinking badges!
    “Blazing Saddles”

  • Mary Lou

    I like the statement Walter Brennan’s character made to Gary Cooper in Meet John Doe. When asked if he wanted to see the morning paper, he declined, saying, “I don’t need to read a newspaper to know that the world has been shaved by a drunken barber.”

  • KC

    You guys have come up with so many great ones but being Southern I would like to add a couple from “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”:
    Big Daddy: Didn’t you notice a powerful and obnoxious odor of mendacity in this room?
    Big Mama: When a marriage goes on the rocks, the rocks are there. Right there! (of course, pointing to the bed) And more from Mr. Williams from “A Street Car Named Desire”:
    Blanche DuBois: Whoever you are, I have always relied on the kindness of strangers and He acts like an animal… has an animal’s habits. Eats like one, moves like one, talks like one!
    And of course Brando/Stanley: STELLA!!!

  • Bob

    In Flight of the Phoenix, Hardy Kruger to James Stewart: “You act as if stupidity were a virtue. Why is that?”

  • Jean Noah

    Eve Arden in “Mildred Pearce” – Veda’s convinced me that alligators have the right idea…they eat their young.

    From True Grit (original) – If I smelled as bad as you I wouldn’t live near folks. (to John Wayne)

    From Princess Bride: Inconceivable!

    Dorothy in Wizard of Oz – i learned that if I ever go looking for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own back yard. Because if it isn’t there….well…I never really lost it to begin with.

    Dorothy to Prof. Marvel in Wizard of Oz – I want to go with you to see the crowned heads of Europe! Prof. Marvel to Dorothy – Do you know any?

    Aunt Em to Miss Gulch in Wizard of Oz – Elvira Gulch, just because you own half the community doesn’t give you the power to run the rest of us. For years I’ve been dying to tell you what I thought of you. And now, well… being a Christian woman I can’t say it!

  • Jean Noah

    We’ll always have Paris – Humphrey Bogart to Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca

  • jack

    Aint no mistakes in the tango, darlin’ Scent of a Woman

  • http://www.facebook.com/timothy.crowe2 Timothy Crowe

    Tim says: Once upon a time in the west, the scene at the very begining Charles Bronson says to the guys meeting him ‘You bought two horses too many’
    Also the quote from the ‘love bug’ is wrong. This was said by donald sutherland in ‘Kelly’s Heroes’

  • Jean Noah

    Where’s the rest of me? Ronald Reagan to Ann Sheridan in King’s Row.

  • Jean Noah

    How dare he make love to me and NOT be a married man! Ingrid Bergman about Cary Grant in Indiscreet

  • Jean Noah

    Jean Louise Finch, that boy’s your company! If he wants to eat the table cloth, you LET him! Calpurnia to Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird

  • ganderson

    “I’m a little fuzzy on this whole good/bad thing”–Ghostbusters
    “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way”–Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    “You may not keep up on current events, pal, but we just got our asses kicked”–Aliens
    “Insanity runs in our family; you might say it gallops”–Arsenic and Old Lace
    “Thanctuary! Thanctuary”–Hunchback of Notre Dame
    “You must choose, but choose wisely”–Indiana Jones-Last Crusade
    “I don’t know much about boats, but I’d say that one is upside-down”–Cowboys and Aliens
    “Hallelujah, brother! I am here to comfort the sinner and return the stray lamb to the fold. Let him whats troubled, let him whats vexed of mind, take heart! There are many good things of comfort in the Bible, sister.”–Cat Ballou
    “The problems of three little people don’t amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world”–Casablanca
    “Carpe diem, boys; seize the day. Make your lives extraordinary”–Dead Poets Society
    “We’re going to need a bigger boat!”–Jaws
    “After we thought about ‘endeavoring to persevere’ we declared war on the United States”–Outlaw Josie Wales

  • Woody

    The D.I. (1957) Why don’t you take a long walk off a short pier?
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) I’m not bad. I’m just drawn that way.
    Life with Father (1947) Why did God make so many dumb folls and Democrats? …and…
    They can’t keep me out of heaven on a technicality!
    Jaws (1975) You’re gonna need a bigger boat.

    • Woody

      The French Connection (1971) You still picking your feet in Poughkeepsie?

  • Alton Robertson

    Jeremy Irons to Jeremy Iorns, “Dead Ringer”-
    “You haven’t had any experience till I have it,
    Kate Winslet, “Heavenly Creatures”- “All the best
    people have bad chests and bone diseases. It’s
    all fightfuly romantic!”
    Henri Serre, “Jules and Jim”- “I’m afraid she will
    never be happy on this earth. She is a vision
    for all men, not one.”
    Benoi Poelvoore, as a serial killer in “Man Bites
    Dog”- “I usually start the mouth with a

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000534988081 Brian Jodrie

    What are you trying to forget?
    Minor Watson
    Ill tell you when Ive forgotten.
    Bette Davis
    Beyond The Forest

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000534988081 Brian Jodrie

    I wonder how many blondes we havent gotten around too?
    William Bendix to Robert Preston
    Wake Island
    She does more without a voice than anyone I ever heard.
    Celeste Holm
    Didnt I tell you she was different?
    Richard Widmark

  • Doghousereilly1

    Another “Toy Story” quote: Woody (Tom Hanks)- “Wind the frog!”

  • Rick

    Bogart’s reply when asked by a woman in Casablanca  ” Will I see you tonight ”  
    Bogart ” I don’t make plans that far ahead ”
    ALSO, when asked by Claude Rains “why did you come to Casablanca”
    Bogart ” I came here for the waters ”
    Rains ” The waters, we are in the middle of a desert ”
    Bogart ” I was mis-informed ” 

    • Pmeis

       That was a good one.

  • Ginbaldwin

    Robert Redford to Paul Newman, “Think you used enough dynamite there, Butch.
    Corey Haim in Lost Boys, “Death by Stero”.

  • Filmax

    Gene Barry in WAR OF THE WORLDS: “This is amazing”

  • Greva9

    You must incude the last line of “Some Like It Hot:”  Well, nobody’s perfect.

  • Ctm1214

    “Was ya ever bit by a dead bee?  I was once.”  Walter Brennan in To Have or Have Not; from the same movie, Lauren Bacall “Put your lips together and blow”

  • Winterwood

    Paul Newman to Robert Redford…(laughing) w’dya mean you can’t swim…the fall will probably kill you (as they are about to jump off a cliff in Butch Cassidy…)

  • Winterwood

    John Wayne to his ‘nephew’ in The Searchers:  “That’ll be the day.”

  • Winterwood

    ALL the closing lines in “Some Like It Hot” between Joe E. Brown and Jack Lemmon….I laugh my you know what off every time I see that movie and that boat scene.  Priceless!!!

  • Pmeis

    Go ahead, make my day.————–Guess who?

  • Pmeis

    Clint Eastwood, to thug–In all the excitement, I don’t remember if I fired five shots or six. So, you have to ask yourself, do I feel lucky? Well, do yuh, punk?

  • Bjodrie

    Buy yourself a box of cigars and send them to me.
    Don Red Barry
    He thinks Im crazy,but he hasnt been right yet.
    Don Red Barry
    Both from The Last Crooked Mile.

  • Burt

    …and your friendly narrator stuck out his yazik a mile and a half to lick the bottom of your grazny vonny boots…    Alex in A Clockwork Orange

  • jerry j.

    The Producers:” Boids, dirty digusting boids.”
    Grease: “Sandy Is that you?” “Tell me about it. Stud.”
    Three Little Bops: “Dew Drop Inn did drop down.”
    A Fool There Was: “Kiss me. my fool.” 

  • jerry j.

    The Big Bus–Joe Bologna accused of being a cannibal when his bus got snowbound: “I only ate one foot!” 

  • Dana-thompson

    Home Alone ‘ “keep the change you filthy animal”
    Hannah and her sisters – Max Von Sydow – “If Jesus came back and saw what the Televangalists were doing in his name, He wouldn’t be able to stop throwing up”
    “Lana Turner – Madame X – What do you consider the necessesities of life Estelle”
    “Where’s my bone, my interclostal clavicle” Cary Grant in Bringing up Baby”
    I’ll be back with more

  • jerry j.

    Lines from Cave Man:  OOl, Ool, Ool.
    Attook aluka Lana? Attook zug zug Lana.

  • Bjodrie

    Its no use to go and dont forget I told you so.
    MR Creeper
    Hoppity Goes To Town

  • Rjstole

    Bette Davis to Paul Henreid in “Now Voyager” (1942) : “Oh Jerry, Don’t let’s ask for the moon! We have the stars!”

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/T2H5HYUCHB6QJW56ZEFZKINSUI Fizzwidget

    W.C.Fields…There comes a time in the affairs of man where you must take the bull by the tail and face the situation

  • Jen1003

    gone with the wind , frankly my dear i dont give a damn

  • jerry j.

    Gone with the Wind:” Put a knife under the mattress; it’ll cut the pain in two.” (Scarlett and Prissy while Melanie is in labor.)

  • Chelseaguy5050

    “When chosing between two evils I always pick the one I never tried before.”  Mae West

  • Janice

    Tom Hanks, Money Pit:  “It’s the kitchen, lets not go there anymore.”

  • Bill

    The Thing from Another World

    Robert Cornthwaite as Dr. Arthur Carrington, “I should have thought”..

    Douglas Spencer as Ned ‘Scotty’ Scott, “You sure should have”

  • Mbrob

    I’d like to kiss you, but I just washed my hair.
    Bette Davis – Cabin in the Cotton

  • http://twitter.com/LarryCox6 Larry Cox

    “Texas has a whorehouse it it!” Melvin P. Thorpe in Best Little…with Dolly and Burt. 

  • bill

    From ‘Dances With Wolves’ Kevin Costner and the wagon driver looking at a skeleton on the prairie, the wagon driver says, “Someone back home sayin’ ‘How come he don’t write’ “

  • Kathy

    “I think it would be fun to run a newspaper”.  Orson Welles in Citizen Kane.

  • gliznorph

     “When nine hundred years old you reach, look as good you will not” Yoda in “Return of the Jedi”
    “Revenge is a dish best served cold” Kahn in “Star Trek II, The Wrath of Kahn””It’s got what plants crave” various characters in “Idiocracy”

  • Bridget

    Robert Mitchum to Charlotte Rampling: “Do you want to stop by your place first?”  Over her shoulder from under bedroom eyes, Rampling to Mitchum: “Whatever for?  You have everything we need with you.”

  • http://twitter.com/LarryCox6 Larry Cox

    Of Mice and Men: “Tell me about the rabbits, George. Tell me about the rabbits.” Also quoted by Casbah to Bugs Bunny. 

  • Daisy

    Jiminey Cricket, Pinnochio: “What does an actor want with a conscience, anyway?”

  • kathleenwong

    Peggy Sue got married… She says to her dad, “you bought an Edsel!!!” the laughter is really funny.

  • Burt

    Marilyn Monroe in Seven Year Itch… I put the champagne in the ice box next to my undies and the potato chips. 

  • frillbot

    Mickey Roarke in Barfly:  “Your Mother’s c**t stinks like carpet cleaner.”   And I think this next one was from a Peter Sellers film:  “My eyes feel like 2 pissholes in the snow.”

  • Dbilluni1

    William Holden in The Wild Bunch: “If they move, kill ’em.”

  • http://www.facebook.com/freddiechill Fred Hill

    Rosalind Russell from  Auntie Mame: “Patrick dear, life is a banquet and some poor suckers are starving to death;

  • Filmax

    “This is amazing!”… said by Gene Barry in WAR OF THE WORLDS as he watches the Martian spaceships attack from a trench filled with scientists and military personnel   

  • Jared DiGi or(DiGirolamo)

    ” john goodman in the big lebowski  ” that rug tied the room did it not
    will ferrell in old school ” we’re  going streaking

  • Joe

    Anthony Quinn in Zorba “Am I not a man? and is not a man stupid. I’m a man… So I married. Wife, children, house, everything… the full catastrophe.”

  • Wayne P.

    Dave Bowman in 2001: A Space Odyssey:  “Open the pod bay doors please, HAL?  HAL 9000 series computer to Dave: “I’m sorry Dave, but I can’t do that.”

    James Stewart in Harvey:  “As the evening wore on…that has a nice ring to it, does’nt it?  May I say that again? As the evening wore on…”

    • Wayne P.

      Randolph Scott in Seven Men from Now:  “Ain’t nobody dont know somebody done something to you, tonight!”

      And, for good measure…Pa Kettle saying grace over a meal in The Egg and I:  “Much obliged.”

  • Ponduca

    George Hamilton in “Love at First Bite.”  “I do not drink wine…and I do not smoke shit!”

  • Ponduca

    Grocho Marx “A Day at the Races.”  “He’s either dead or my watch has stopped.”

  • Wayne P.

    1932 “The Mummy”  Im-ho-tep (Boris Karloff) to Ank-suh-namon (Zita Johann):…”I will perform the ancient rituals over thy body.”

  • Nancy T.

    Tom Hanks, as Forrest Gump, when he sees his son for the first time:  “He’s the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.”

  • Wayne P.

    Orson Welles at the end of Citizen Kane in a whisper:  “Rosebud…” 

    Humphrey Bogart to Claude Rains at the end of Casablanca:  “Louie, this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship!”

  • Bjodrie

    IM A HOOD.
    Bing Crosby
    Thats a hood?
    Hank Henry

    Theres only one thing to do when your oppenent holds all the aces.Kick over the table.
    Dean Martin

    Hes the only hood who ever made it.
    Bing Crosby(Talking about Robin Hood)
    All from Robin And The Seven Hoods

  • Cbeledw

    It’s a hell of a thing, killing a man.  You take away everything he’s got and everything he’ll ever have. (probably not the exact quote but pretty close) Clint Eastwood’s character in Unforgiven.

  • Doublnot

    “Mister – you got some hard bark on you!” Richard Boone in Hombre
    “Now just what do you suppose Hell is gonna look like?” Richard Boone in Hombre

  • Doublnot

    “Roberto – have you been eating chocolate?” Christopher Walken in Comfort of Strangers

  • Randallhorn000

    Marty.  “That Mickey Spillane, boy.  He sure could write!”

  • Hothandlou

    The original King Kong-Blondes are pretty scarce around here. Director Carl Denham to landing party when tribal chief wants to trade for the leading lady.

  • Firstfrog11876

    There was one more from some Peter Sellars film……Not sure which one ( I only caught a portion of it while flipping thru channels )….but the character was obviously hungover, and I think he was standing before the medicine cabinet mirror….reflecting on the evening before: “My eyes feel like 2 pissholes in the snow.”

  • Bjodrie

    You got a nice build for a private detective.
    Claire Trevor
    it gets me around.
    Dick Powell
    Murder,My Sweet

  • Cubby

    – “I told you, I don’t push drugs, ever.  It’s my religion.”

    – Roger Moore – “The Wild Geese”

  • Dog888k

    George Sanders at Margo’s party telling Miss Caswell (M Monroe) to talk to some theatre producers. “Why do they all look like scared rabbits?” George says. “Because they all are. Now go over there and make them happy.”

    • Dog888k

      The quotes are from All About Eve.  I forgot to type in the movie title

  • Rover65

    Will Farrel (Stranger than Fiction) “I want you”.   girl replies “you want me?”

  • Rover65

    Giulietta Masina  La Strada  Oh Zampano, I saw a little boy his head was so big

  • Rover65

    Jennifer Jones Song of Bernadette     I did see her, I did see her  

  • Rover65

    Helen Bonham Carter  Room with a View   You are the kind of man who can’t  love a woman, you bury yourself in books and you try to bury me…..etc

  • Rover65

    Al Pacina  Scent of a woman   Charlie, I need some co-ordinates here 

  • Bob62

    “Manos the hands of fate”  I’m Torgo, I take care of place while the master is away.

  • Brumbolt

    Mae West….WHen I’m good I’m very good,When I bad I’m better.

  • Chicagomike47


  • Dantz

    From Casablanca (1942)
    Major Strasser: What is your nationality? 
    Rick: I’m a drunkard. 
    Captain Renault: That makes Rick a citizen of the world.

  • Llmathies

    “Make my day.  Do you feel luckly punk?  Well do you?  From the Dirty Harry series.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CP767XIYJOT5C6NWSMN46NWUQM Marilynn

    Lawrence of Arabia (1962) Anthony Quinn

    Auda abu Tayi:
    [to Lawrence] I carry twenty-three great wounds, all
    got in battle. Seventy-five men have I killed with my own hands in
    battle. I scatter, I burn my enemies’ tents. I take away their flocks
    and herds. The Turks pay me a golden treasure, yet I am poor! Because
    *I* am a river to my people!

  • Pfmjr

    “what we have here is failure to comunicate” the captain to cool hand luke pat

  • Harbor

    We all prisoners, chicky baby. We all locked in. – Hippie on Herbie, The Love Bug. My favorite movie scene of all time!

  • jake4974

    “A Man can be an artist with anything: food – whatever. Creasy’s art is death. He’s about to paint his masterpiece.”
    Christopher Walken – “Man On Fire”

  • jbourne5181

    badges? we don’t need no .stinking badges!!!.

  • FalmouthBill

    I believe it was Woody Allen in Everything you wanted to know about sex… when after having sex for the first time, with Louise Lasser, in the film, he said “Wow, that’s the most fun I’ve ever had when I wasn’t alone” !

  • RacerX

    Jaws – You’re going to need a bigger boat

  • Bruce Reber

    “The Blues Brothers” Jake – “We’re putting the band back together!”
    “Airplane” Elaine – “A hospital, what is it?” Dr. Rumak – “It’s a big building with patients inside”
    “Caddyshack” Al Cervik – “Who stepped on the duck?”
    “The Big Sleep” Philip Marlowe – “You we’re good, I didn’t know they made them like that anymore!”
    “To Have and Have Not” Slim Brown – “You know how to whistle, don’t you Steve? Just put your lips together and blow!”
    “Midnight Cowboy” Joe Buck – “I ain’t no real cowboy, but I’m one helluva stud!”
    “The Graduate” Ben Braddock – “You’re trying to seduce me – aren’t you Mrs. Robinson?”
    “Dr. Strangelove” President Murkey Muffley – “Gentleman, there’s no fighting allowed in here, this is the War Room!”
    “Double Indemnity” Walter Neff – “I didn’t realize Honeysuckle can smell like murder!”
    “The Odd Couple” Oscar Madison – “We’re all out of corn flakes, FU; I took me three days to figure out FU meant Felix Unger”
    “The Great Race” Professor Fate – “Push the button Max!”
    “Bonnie and Clyde” Clyde – “I’m Clyde Barrow, and this is Miss Bonnie Parker; we rob banks!”
    “The Exorcist” Chris McNeil – “She doesn’t need a doctor, she needs a f*****g priest!”
    “Dog Day Afternoon” Sonny – “I like to be kissed when I’m getting f*****d!”
    “The Godfather” Don Vito Corleone – “I’ll make him an offer he can’t refuse!”
    “Night of the Hunter” Harry Powell – “Chillllllldren!”
    “It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” Sylvester – “Did ya all hear what mama said?!”
    “2001: A Space Odyssey” Dave Bowman – “Yes HAL, sing it for me!”
    “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” Indiana Jones – “Nazis! I hate those guys!”
    “Sunset Boulevard” Norma Desmond – “I AM big, it’s the picture that got smaller!”
    “Network” Howard Beale – “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not gonna take this anymore!”
    “Marty” Marty Piletti – “Leave me alone ma, I’m just an ugly little man!”