A sailor helps two sisters start up a service canteen. The sailor soon becomes taken with gorgeous sister Jean, unaware that her sibling Patsy is also in love with him.
starred by Van Johnson, June Allyson, Gloria DeHaven
Two Girls and a Sailor (1944) best quotes
Jean Deyo: If you understood, Harry, you’d understand. I’m an actress; but, after all, I’m a woman too.
Harry James: You certainly are, honey.
[after hitting a high note in the song, “Inka Dinka Doo”]
Billy Kipp: That note was given to me by Bing Crosby, and was he glad to get rid of it.
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Billy Kipp: [Thinking he was washed up as a comedian] If I tried to be funny, people would only laugh at me!
Frank Miller: I’m taking over. You sing I’ll do the work.
Jean Deyo: Work? A Sergeant?
Patsy – Age 4: [to one-year-old Jean] I told you to stay out of men’s dressing rooms.
Billy Kipp: I know there are a million good lookin’ guys; but, I’m a novelty!
Jean Deyo: That’s right, pinch me. Pinch me!
Patsy Deyo: I did.
Jean Deyo: And in front of our public, too!
Patsy Deyo: I don’t like your public space.
Jean Deyo: There is such a thing as love, you know.
Patsy Deyo: Oh, yes, I know. It’s that gooey stuff you fall into and I have to get you out of at least once a week. Sometimes twice! Why, I’ve had to pinch you in Paducah, Peoria, Tacoma, Topeka, Johnstown, Jamestown, Augusta, Maine and Georgia! And if we get to New York, I’ll pinch you there too.
Jean Deyo: Don’t you dare pinch me in New York.
Patsy Deyo: Oh, yes I will. I’ll pinch you, pinch you until you meet a good man!
Jean Deyo: But, I want to meet a rich one.
Jean Deyo: It’s signed like all the others, just “Somebody.” I wonder what sort of man he is?
Patsy Deyo: I’ll tell you, dearie. He’s fat, fifty, and hopeful. Not much hair and too much stomach.
Jean Deyo: I was only trying to be a good neighbor. The least a girl can do is say no when an attractive man…
Patsy Deyo: Shhh! I’d rather listen to Harry James.
Patsy Deyo: [to multiple sailors on the street] We’re having a little shindig at my house tonight, would you like to come along?
Jean Deyo: Oh! The strong, silent type.
Jean Deyo: My mother told me there’d be moments like this, What’ll I do now? What’ll I do now? My mother told me I’d be tempted to kiss? What’ll I do now? What’ll I do now? Once you get me in your arms, You’ll have me in your clutch, Oh, not that I don’t like your charms, But, I’m liable to like ’em too much! My mother told me there’d be fellas like you, What’ll I do now? What am I gonna do now?
Patsy Deyo: Thanks for the thought, sailor, but, I’ll tell you what I tell all the boys: no.
Billy Kipp: I had a house with a spouse. And I had a kid. Just one son. What a cute little guy he was. Blue eyes – and all nose.
Billy Kipp: I went down – down and down. But, am I sorry for myself? You bet I am!
Billy Kipp: Kaboom! Just as I figured, I’m a witch.
Lina Romay: [singing] Don’t you know its more romantic when the dance is slow
Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra: Take it easy, Take it easy
Lina Romay: What’s the good of feeling high when all the lights are low
Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra: Take it easy, Take it easy…
Virginia O’Brien: [singing] I’m the gal the guys refer to as the Cuban Rave, Every man I meet would like to be my slave…
Billy Kipp: This somebody could be anybody – except me.
Marine Sergeant: Gee, you’re a swell dancer.
Canteen Dancer: Well, I get lots of practice. I do four shows a day. All the girls you see in here, in costumes, drop in between shows.
Marine Sergeant: Do you have to go get another show tonight?
Canteen Dancer: Mmm-hmm. But, I’ll be back.
Marine Sergeant: You will? I would say, you really ought to be resting. Look, why don’t you take a little nap.
Canteen Dancer: Thanks!
[puts her head on his shoulder while they’re dancing]
Gracie Allen: [to Albert Coates] Are you a musician?
José Iturbi: Why, Miss Allen, Mr. Coates has conducted the London Symphony for many years and he has appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra, with the New York Philharmonic, and with two State Operas! Both Leningrad and Moscow.
Gracie Allen: Yes, but, has he ever played with any named bands, like Harry James or Spike Jones?
Jean Deyo: So long, sailor. Hello, soldier.
Ben Blue: Billy Kipp, you’re a great comic. What are you doing here in an office?
Billy Kipp: Why I’m an executive!
Ben Blue: I think you’re a dope.
Billy Kipp: One could be both, Mr. Blue.
Billy Kipp: The flesh is willing; but, the spirit is weak. I’m frustrated.
In the small town of Crown Port local attorney Bill Adams is trying to break up the ring of corrupt town officials by running for mayor. The cards seemed stacked against him when he gets help from a visiting hunter who, unknown to Adams and the rest of the town, is actually vacationing supreme court justice, John Josephus Grant.
Starred by Frank Morgan, Richard Carlson, Jean Rogers
As he lay injured at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, writer Harry Street reflects on his life and the choices he made. He recalls his love affair with Cynthia Green who he met in Paris. They are very much in love and when they go to Africa on safari, Cynthia realizes she doesn’t share his love of the continent. She’s also pregnant and it becomes apparent to her that Harry’s lifestyle and her desire to settle down will not work.
The next woman in his life was a sculptress, Elizabeth, whom he called Countess Liz. By this time he is a quite successful writer but hasn’t completely forgotten Cynthia and tries to track her down. It leads to the end with Countess Liz. In the course of his search, he meets his current wife Helen. He’s returned to Africa to solve his life’s riddle, of whether he has taken the wrong path and if he can again find his way.
Starred by Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner
Best Quotes of The snow of Kilimanjaro
Countess Liz: Oh, I just devoured your last book!
Harry Street: [sarcastically] Well, I hope it didn’t give you a bellyache!
Uncle Bill: A man should never lose his hand at hunting.
Harry Street: Darling, there’s a war going on there.
Cynthia Green: There’s a war going on here too right at this table! There’s a dandy little war going on!
Cynthia Green: What is the matter with me, Mr. Johnson?
Johnson: Everybody isn’t required to like Africa, you know.
Cynthia Green: I try to put on a show because I know he loves it so. But all of it – the hunting, the killing – terrifies me.
Johnson: See here, this thing that he was talking about – the excitement – call it courage. The way he feels, it is a man’s feeling, natural in a man, grows in a man, and makes him a man. Not particularly to his credit if he has it but something lacking if he hasn’t. A woman shows her courage in other ways, – many ways.
Helen: Hello, Molo, you white man’s burden, you!
Molo, African Servant: [talks in an African language]
Helen: Darling, we only got the first aid book.
Harry Street: [looking at the witch doctor] What’s he going to do, sprinkle me with monkey dust?
Harry Street: A hair from the tail of a leopard?
Johnson: Why is it everyone who comes to Africa has to write a book about it? One silly beggar even dedicated his to me! Never came back or I’d have shot him in the pants!
Harry Street: [narrating] And there was never another time like that first time in Africa.
Harry Street: [narrating] I suppose it was the elusiveness of Liz which was her main attraction. She was something to hunt down and trap and capture. Countess Elizabeth – Frigid Liz – the semi-iceberg from the semi-tropics!
Dr. Simmons: [referring to Cynthia’s miscarriage] Do you actually mean you didn’t know about the
Countess Liz: I love you as much as I can.
Cynthia Green: [of the saxophone player] Hasn’t that African got any piety at all?
Kingdom of Heaven (2005) Top Image Quotes and Sayings
As the film begins, a title card opens the story, detailing its setting and historical backgrounds:
“It is almost one hundred years since Christian armies from Europe seized Jerusalem. Europe suffers in the grip of repression and poverty. Peasant and lord alike flee to the Holy Land in search of fortune or salvation. One Knight returns home in search of his son.”
How historically accurate is the movie the Kingdom of Heaven? The Kingdom of Heaven is a 2005 historical epic directed by Ridley Scott, who directed some of the most memorable movies of recent decades such as Gladiator. The historical epic was produced in Spain and Morocco.
Balian of Ibelin: What is Jerusalem worth?
Hospitaller: I put no stock in religion. By the word religion, I have seen the lunacy of fanatics of every denomination be called the will of God. Holiness is in right action and courage on behalf of those who cannot defend themselves, and goodness. What God desires is here
[points to head]
Hospitaller: and here
[points to heart]
Hospitaller: and what you decide to do every day, you will be a good man – or not.
Balian of Ibelin: What man is a man who does not make the world better.
King Baldwin IV: Come forward. I am glad to meet Godfrey’s son. He was one of my greatest teachers. He was there when, playing with the other boys, my arm was cut. It was he, not my father’s physicians, who noticed that I felt no pain. He wept when he gave my father the news… that I am a leper. The Saracens say that this disease is God’s vengeance against the vanity of our kingdom. As wretched as I am, these Arabs believe that the chastisement that awaits me in the hell is far more severe and lasting. If that’s true, I call it unfair. Come. Sit.
[they sit down on opposite sides of a chessboard]
King Baldwin IV: Do you play?
Balian of Ibelin: No.
King Baldwin IV: The whole world is in chess. Any move can be the death of you. Do anything except remain where you started, and you can’t be sure of your end. Were you sure of your end once?
Balian of Ibelin: I was.
King Baldwin IV: What was it?
Balian of Ibelin: To be buried a hundred yards from where I was born.
King Baldwin IV: And now?
Balian of Ibelin: Now I sit in Jerusalem, and look upon a king.
King Baldwin IV: [Baldwin chuckles] When I was sixteen, I won a great victory. I felt in that moment I would live to be a hundred. Now I know I shall not see thirty. None of us know our end, really, or what hand will guide us there. A king may move a man, a father may claim a son, but that man can also move, and only then does that man truly begin his own game. Remember that howsoever you are played or by whom, your soul is in your keeping alone, even though those who presume to play you be kings or men of power. When you stand before God, you cannot say, “But I was told by others to do this,” or that virtue was not convenient at the time. This will not suffice. Remember that.
Balian of Ibelin: I will.
Saladin: Who defends?
Imad: Balian of Ibelin, the son of Godfrey.
Saladin: Godfrey? Godfrey nearly killed me in Lebanon. Truly, I did not know he had a son.
Imad: It was his son at Kerak.
Saladin: The one you let live?
Saladin: Perhaps you should not have.
Imad: Perhaps I should have had a different teacher.
Balian of Ibelin: [Saladin has just offered safe conduct in his terms] When the Christians captured Jerusalem, they massacred every Muslim in the city walls…
Saladin: I am not those men. I am Salahudin.
[with more emphasis]
Godfrey of Ibelin: Be without fear in the face of your enemies. Be brave and upright that God may love thee. Speak the truth always, even if it leads to your death. Safeguard the helpless and do no wrong. That is your oath.
Godfrey of Ibelin: [cuffs Balian with the back of his hand] And that’s so you remember it.
Hospitaller: Arise a knight and Baron of Ibelin.
Godfrey of Ibelin: You are not what you were born, but what you have within yourself to be.
Balian of Ibelin: God will understand, my lord. And if he doesn’t, then he is not God and we need not worry.
Saladin: Will you yield the city?
Balian of Ibelin: Before I lose it, I will burn it to the ground. Your holy places – ours. Every last thing in Jerusalem that drives men mad.
Saladin: I wonder if it would not be better if you did.
King Baldwin IV: A King may move a man, a father may claim a son, but remember that even when those who move you be Kings or men of power, your soul is in your keeping alone. When you stand before God, you cannot say, “But I was told by others to do thus.” Or that, “Virtue was not convenient at the time.” This will not suffice. Remember that.
Saladin: [to Guy de Lusignan] A king does not kill a king. Were you not close enough to a great king to learn by his example?
Balian of Ibelin: And peace be with you.
Balian of Ibelin: It is a kingdom of conscience or nothing.
Balian of Ibelin: You go with the army?
Hospitaller: My order is with the army.
Balian of Ibelin: You go to certain death.
Hospitaller: All death is certain. I shall tell your father what I’ve seen you become.
Imad: Your quality will be known among your enemies before ever you meet them.
Balian of Ibelin: [praying to his wife] how can you be in hell when you’re in my heart.
English Sergeant: [walking along the waterfront at Messina] When we took the Holy Land, we took the Saracen trading ports. The Italian ships carry silks and spices… and pilgrims if they have money. And Italy becomes rich, as the Savior intended.
Balian of Ibelin: [Balian sees a group of men praying on the beach] Who are those men?
English Sergeant: Muslims. Saracens.
Balian of Ibelin: And they are allowed their prayers?
English Sergeant: If they pay the tax. “Subhana Rabbi’l Adhim.”
[he turns to Balian]
English Sergeant: “Praise be to God. It is proper to praise him.”
Balian of Ibelin: Sounds like our prayers.
Godfrey of Ibelin: I once fought two days with an arrow through my testicle.
Bishop, Patriarch of Jerusalem: Convert to Islam… repent later!
Balian of Ibelin: You’ve taught me a lot about religion, your Eminence.
Hospitaller: Are you sorry for all your sins?
Godfrey of Ibelin: [looking at Balian, his illegitimate son] For all but one.
Tiberias: But Saladin and the king between them would make a better world.
Hospitaller: If it lives only for a while, Tiberias, it still has lived.
Bishop, Patriarch of Jerusalem: The things that we have left undone plague us as death comes. That is why to the dying there is no comfort but the Lord.
King Baldwin IV: Spare me your sermon. Go and prepare your people for the coronation of my nephew.
Bishop, Patriarch of Jerusalem: Your confession, my lord.
King Baldwin IV: I shall confess to God when I see him… not to you. Now, leave me.
Hospitaller: One may stare into the light, until one becomes the light. I’ve done it many times.
Balian of Ibelin: [throws a rock at a bush that catches fire by the spark] There’s your religion. One spark, a creosote bush. There’s your Moses. I did not hear it speak.
Hospitaller: That does not mean that there is no God. Do you love her?
Balian of Ibelin: Yes.
Hospitaller: The heart will mend. Your duty is to the people of the city. I go to pray.
Balian of Ibelin: For what?
Hospitaller: For the strength to endure what is to come.
Balian of Ibelin: And what is to come?
Hospitaller: The reckoning is to come for what was done one hundred years before. The Muslims will never forget. Nor should they.
[the Hospitaler slowly walks away as a second bush several yards from the burning one catches fire. The Hospitaler is nowhere to be seen in the clear and open desert]
Balian of Ibelin: What could a king ask of a man like me?
Godfrey of Ibelin: A better world than has ever been seen. A kingdom of conscience. A kingdom of heaven.
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King Baldwin IV: I pray you retire unharmed to Damascus. Reynald of Chatillon will be punished. I swear it. Withdraw or we will all die here.
Reynald de Chatillon: [at a hearing in Tiberias’ chambers] Who says I raid?
Tiberias: That witness… all of Jerusalem… Holy God… and me.
Reynald de Chatillon: That “witness,” if you call him that, is a Saracen. He lies.
Tiberias: There will come a day, Reynald de Chatillon, when you are not protected by your title.
Reynald de Chatillon: Oh? When will that be? Alert me, Tiberias, when men are equal and the Kingdom of Heaven has arrived.
Tiberias: Those Templars have been hung for a raid that I KNOW you commanded!
Reynald de Chatillon: Prove it. I will wait at Kerak until you do.
Tiberias: The king will take your castle of Kerak, Reynald.
Reynald de Chatillon: Try to take it, Tiberias. I’ll be there.
[he walks out with a dirty look at the Saracen witness]
Muslim Grandee: [in Arabic] You’re letting him go? Why are you letting him go?
Tiberias: I cannot protect your caravans unless you agree to be escorted by our soldiers.
Muslim Grandee: [in English] I trade to make money, not to offend God by associating with Christians.
Tiberias: [hefting a sack of money] But you will take Christian gold.
Muslim Grandee: Gold is gold.
[Tiberias tosses it to him]
Tiberias: Of course.
Mullah: [just before the final assault on Jerusalem] Brothers! Brothers! God has sent you this day! You will take no prisoners! As they did, so shall it be done! Allahu akbar!
Muslim Soldiers: Allahu akbar!
Mullah: Allahu akbar!
Muslim Soldiers: Allahu akbar!
Mullah: Allahu akbar!
Muslim Soldiers: Allahu akbar!
Sybilla: There will be a day when you will wish you had done a little evil to do a greater good.
Hospitaller: Holiness is in right action and courage on behalf of those who cannot defend themselves.
Bishop: A law can go too far… it can go too far. I ask myself, ‘would Jesus do thusly?’ There is so much done in Christendom of which Christ would be incapable.
Tiberias: That I would rather live with men than kill them is certainly why you are alive.
Guy de Lusignan: [Chuckles] That sort of Christianity has its uses, I suppose…
Balian of Ibelin: How can you be in hell, when you are in my heart?
Odo: Have you been at war?
Balian of Ibelin: On a horse. And as an engineer also.
Odo: Against whom and for whom did you fight?
Balian of Ibelin: For one lord against another, on a point which cannot be remembered.
Odo: There’s better game now: one God against another. The pay is proportionate.
odfrey of Ibelin: Do you know what lies in the Holy Land? A new world. A man who, in France, had not a house, is, in the Holy Land, the master of a city. He who was the master of a city begs in the gutter. There, at the end of the world, you are not what you were born, but what you have it in yourself to be.
Balian of Ibelin: I have to find forgiveness. That’s all I know.
Godfrey of Ibelin: Whatever your position, you are of my house, and that means you will serve the King of Jerusalem.
Balian of Ibelin: What could a king ask of a man like me?
Godfrey of Ibelin: A better world than has ever been seen. A kingdom of conscience. A kingdom of heaven. There is peace between Christian and Muslim. We live together, or between Saladin and the king, we try. Did you think that lay at the end of a Crusade?
[Balian shakes his head]
Godfrey of Ibelin: It does. My son, you are all that survives me. Do not disappoint me.
Tiberias: There is a rumour. We must condemn it immediately.
Sybilla: Call it treason. And kill those who whisper it.
Tiberias: The rumour will die if we show the boy as active…
Sybilla: [bursts out] How long before he wears a mask? Will you have one made for him? How did my boy deserve it? Jerusalem is dead, Tiberias. No kingdom is worth my son alive in hell. I will go to hell instead.
[Tiberias steps forth and hugs Sibylla]
Imad: [a Saracen knight yells at Balian in Arabic] He says, that is his horse.
Balian of Ibelin: Why would it be his horse?
Imad: Because it is on his land.
Balian of Ibelin: I took this horse from the sea.
Imad: [Imad translates, the knight yells again] He says you are a great liar and he will fight you because you are a liar.
Balian of Ibelin: I have no desire to fight.
Imad: Then you must give him the horse.
[Balian draws his sword]
Hospitaller: [while tending to Godfrey’s wounds] When shall we stop this madness?
Godfrey of Ibelin: It will soon be beyond my concern.
[Guy de Lusignan and his knights walk over to the campsite]
Guy de Lusignan: [pointing at Balian] Who is this?
Godfrey of Ibelin: My son.
Guy de Lusignan: Would I had fought you when you were still capable of making bastards.
Godfrey of Ibelin: I knew your mother when she was making hers. Fortunately, you’re too old to be one of mine.
Guy de Lusignan: [Guy laughs again] All will be settled.
Godfrey of Ibelin: It was not that they had no right to take you, it was the way they asked.
Balian of Ibelin: They had the right to take me.
Godfrey of Ibelin: So do I.
Title card: The King, Richard the Lionheart, went on to the Holy Land and crusaded for three years. His struggle to regain Jerusalem ended in an uneasy truce with Saladin. Nearly a thousand years later, peace in the Kingdom of Heaven remains elusive.
Nasir: [to Balian] … and if God does not love you, how could you have done the things you have done?
Reynald: [after raiding a peaceful caravan] I am what I am. Someone has to be.
Saladin: When I’m not King, I quake for Islam.
Tiberias: [to Balian] May God be with you, he’s no longer with me.
Hospitaller: The blacksmith is the man you seek. His name is Balian. But know that he mourns. The burial that we passed at the crossroads was for his wife. Their child died. She was overcome by grief and killed herself.
Godfrey of Ibelin: Do you still advise what you advised upon the road?
Hospitaller: I do, my lord.
Richard Coeur de Lion: We come by this road to find Balian, who was a defender of Jerusalem.
Balian of Ibelin: I am the blacksmith.
Richard Coeur de Lion: And I am the king of England.
Balian of Ibelin: [pauses] I am the blacksmith.
King Baldwin IV: If you continue like this, I shall have to find some use for you. If God can spare you, that is.
Balian of Ibelin: God does not know me.
King Baldwin IV: Yes, but I do.
Imad: This is not a very good horse… I will not keep him.
Who does not love beer? beer is the pain killer of the cobweb of mind. when you drink beer you feel you are home, I do love beer if you do, I collected some best quotes about beer, Do not forget to send me one beer.
“Never underestimate how much assistance, how much satisfaction, how much comfort, how much soul and transcendence there might be in a well-made taco and a cold bottle of beer.” ― Tom Robbins, Jitterbug Perfume
“Life is like a beer. When the bubbles blew over, that was when the beer started. The beer is only half as good without the foam.” ― Vann Chow, The Kiss of the Pachinko Girl
“Most cultures made beer before they had an alphabet.” ― Matthew Weiner
“I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts, and beer.” ― Abraham Lincoln
“I never had problems with my fellow scientists. Scientists are a friendly, atheistic, hard-working, beer-drinking lot whose minds are preoccupied with sex, chess, and baseball when they are not preoccupied with science.” ― Yann Martel
Star Wars (2019) Trailer and Quotes: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
The surviving Resistance faces the First Order once more in the final chapter of the Skywalker saga. Palpatine will return again because the Jedi have the ability to return as “Force spirits” “Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker”: From the trailer and some images of the movies I guess The characters who survived the last movie will be in it. , Luke Skywalker will pop up, probably as a Force ghost. Emperor Palpatine will be there. Lando is coming back too,. Our heroes will go to a desert planet, and it may or may not be one we’ve seen before. There is a place where giant icebergs float in the sky. It looks like C3P0 Starred by Billie Lourd, Lupita Nyong’o, Daisy Ridley I am sure the movie will be a great success this year, even better than 2018 A Star Wars Story.
Luke Skywalker: We’ve passed on all we know. A thousand generations live in you now. But this is your fight.
Luke Skywalker: No one’s ever really gone.
Rey: People keep telling me they know me. No one does.
Kylo Ren: But I do.
Palpatine: Your journey nears its end.
Poe Dameron: What are you doing there, Threepio?
C-3PO: Taking one last look, sir. At my friends.
Watch Star Wars (2019) Trailer Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
After the murder of his father, a young lion prince flees his kingdom only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery.
starred by Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen
Mufasa: Everything you see – exists together in a delicate balance. While others search for what they can take, a true king searches for what he can give.
Scar: [to mouse] Life’s – not fair – is it, my little friend? While some are born to a feast – others spend their lives in the dark… begging for scraps. The way I see it, you and I are exactly the same, we both want to find a way out.
Rafiki: Who are you?
Simba: I’m nobody.
Rafiki: Everybody is somebody. So I ask again, who are you?
Young Simba: What’s a motto?
Timon: Nothing, what’s a motto-with-you?
Mufasa: Everything the light touches… is our kingdom. But a king’s time as ruler rises and falls like the sun. One day, the sun will set on my time here, and will rise with you as the new king.
Mufasa: Simba, you must remember who you are: the one true king.
Zazu: How lovely to see the future King and Queen!
Young Simba: What do you mean?
Zazu: One day, you will be betrothed.
Young Nala: Simba, you speak bird?
Zazu: Married… to each other.
Young Simba, Young Nala: Ewwww!
Rafiki: And so, I asked… who are you?
Simba: I am Simba, son of Mufasa.
Simba: My father once told me: protect everything the light touches, if I don’t fight for it who will?
Rafiki: [to Simba] Look closer. You see, he lives in you.
Young Simba: I’m going to be King of Pride Rock. I want to be brave like you.
Mufasa: I’m only brave when I have to be.
Mufasa: [from trailer] You must take your place… in the circle of life.
Pumbaa: [as he and Timon catch up with Simba and Nala, about to reclaim Pride Rock from Scar] We’re here!
Timon: Oh, everyone calm down. We’re here.
Pumbaa: The backup has arrived!
Mufasa: [from TV spot] Look at the stars, the great kings look down on us from those stars… And so will I.
Simba: You can’t win, Scar!
Scar: This is my kingdom! My destiny!
Pumbaa: How bleak is that?
Timon: Now his problems are my problems.
Scar: I must take the throne.
Scar: I was first in line… until the prince arrived.
Young Simba: I’m gonna be the king of Pride Rock.
Scar: Is that so?
Scar: Mufasa and Simba are gone… I… am your king.
Timon: If you want to live with us, you have to eat like us
[Timon and Pumbaa are eating grubs]
Timon: Mmmm, extra crunchy.
Pumbaa: They’re local.
Timon: Oh, are they?
Pumbaa: They’re from right there.
Timon: [about the hyenas] What’s your plan for getting us past the slobbering guards?
Pumbaa: All we need to do is find something that’s like big and juicy…
[Simba, Nala, and Zazu stare at him]
Pumbaa: Why is everybody looking at me?
Scar: Runaway Simba, and NEVER return!
Timon: [distracting the hyenas] Ma chère mademoiselle, we are proud to present… your dinner. Be. Our. Gue – ahhhh!
[Before he can finish performing, the hyenas chase him and Pumbaa off]
Nala: Are you with me, lions?
Simba: Come on, what are you waiting for?
Young Simba: Wait, Dad, let me come, I can help.
Mufasa: No son, you must stay with the other cubs.
Scar: Mufasa has something he didn’t have before… A weakness.
Mufasa: Don’t turn your back on me, Scar!
Scar: Oh, no, Mufasa. Perhaps you shouldn’t turn your back on me.
Mufasa: Is that a challenge?
Shenzi: [Shenzi and Nala face-off] .Now, this is a meal I’ve waited my whole life for.
Nala: I’ve been waiting too. And I’m not a cub anymore!
[Nala manages to defeat Shenzi]
Scar: Simba! What have you done?
Young Simba: It was a stampede. He tried to save me. It was an accident. I didn’t mean for it to…
Scar: Of course you didn’t. No one ever means for these things to happen. But the king is dead… and if it weren’t for you… he’d still be alive. Your father had such hopes for you… gave you so many chances. And this is how you repay him.
Young Simba: I didn’t know. I didn’t know.
Scar: Oh, what will your mother think? A son who causes his father’s death. A boy who kills a king.
Young Simba: What am I gonna do?
Scar: Run. Run away, Simba. Run away and never return.
This is the second installment of the Thin Man series, the story picks up from where “The Thin Man” left Nick and Nora.
Arriving home after three days on the train, Nick and Nora were looking forward to spending a quiet new year with just each other. But their house was occupied by drunken friends; and Nora’s most uppity relative, the spinster Aunt Katherine, called and insisted that Nora and Nick join her New Year’s Eve family dinner. Nora did not care for her aunt but she agreed to go, mainly to visit her distraught cousin Selma Landis.
Starred by William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart
After the Thin Man (1936) best quotes
Nick Charles: You see, when it comes to words like that, an illiterate person…
Polly Byrnes: Whaddaya mean “illiterate”? My father and mother were married right here in the city hall!
Nick Charles: [Leans toward Nora] Having a good time, Mrs. Charles?
Nora Charles: It couldn’t be better.
Nora Charles: Are you packing?
Nick Charles: Yes dear, I’m putting away this liquor.
‘Dancer’, Lichee Club Owner: Have you ever been thrown out of a place, Mr. Charles?
Nick Charles: Let’s see. How many was it up to yesterday, Mrs. Charles?
Nora Charles: Well, uh, how many places were you in, Mr. Charles?
[Last line, as Nick gapes at Nora knitting baby boots]
Nora Charles: And you call yourself a detective.
Nick Charles: Have you made any New Year’s resolutions?
Nora Charles: Not yet. Any complaints or suggestions?
Nick Charles: A few.
Nora Charles: Which?
Nick Charles: Complaints.
Nora Charles: All right shoot.
Nick Charles: Well, you don’t scold, you don’t nag, and you look far too pretty in the mornings.
Nora Charles: All right, I’ll remember: must scold, must nag, mustn’t be too pretty in the mornings.
Nora Charles: I love to watch you sleep. You look so cute. Nicky, have you any pictures of yourself taken as a baby?
Nick Charles: No.
Nora Charles: Aww, that’s a shame. I want to see what you looked like.
Nick Charles: I’ll have some taken in the morning.
Nick Charles: Who was that?
Nora Charles: Oh, you wouldn’t know them, darling. They’re respectable.
Henry the Butler: [Elderly butler has an eccentric way of walking] Walk this way, Sir.
Nick Charles: Well, I’ll try.
Nick Charles: Come on, let’s get something to eat. I’m thirsty.
Selma: Goodnight Nick, and thanks so much for everything. I want to kiss you.
[Looks at Nora]
Selma: May I?
Nora Charles: Go right ahead. But I warn you, it’s a hard habit to get out of.
Nick Charles: Hello, Dancer. Come in, come in.
‘Dancer’, Lichee Club Owner: Once a gumheel, always a gumheel, huh? Well, I don’t like gumheels, but I thought you’d quit it when you married a pot of money.
Nora Charles: Did he call me a pot?
Lum Kee, Lichee Club Co-Owner: You bet you. You catch my brother. You play trick on him.
Nick Charles: No play trick on him, no catch him. You bet you. Is he still in?
Lum Kee, Lichee Club Co-Owner: You bet you. For five years more.
Nora Charles: Do you think she’ll really take him home?
Nick Charles: She’ll take him somewhere, I’m sure of that.
Nora Charles: What do you mean?
Nick Charles: I mean, did I ever tell you that you’re the most fascinating woman this side of the Rockies?
Nora Charles: Wait till you see me on the other side.
Nora Charles: I suppose we ought to decide where we’re going.
Nick Charles: Why, do you care?
Nora Charles: No, but I haven’t any clothes.
Nick Charles: Well, what’s the difference? Saves you the trouble of packing. And I don’t need anything in the world, darling, but you… and a toothbrush.
Nora Charles: Aunt Katherine wants to speak to you.
Nick Charles: What have I done now?
Nora Charles: Do you know why Robert wasn’t here tonight?
Nick Charles: Sure, because he’s smart.
Nora Charles: I’m not fooling, darling, he’s disappeared.
Nick Charles: That’s swelling. Now if we could just get Aunt Katherine to disappear…
Nick Charles: How do you do? I’d like to get this gal out of the woman’s tank.
Prison Matron: Oh, yes. Is this the one that was doing the fan dance?
Nick Charles: Fan dance?
Prison Matron: Yes.
Nick Charles: Well, if it is, she’s been holding out on me.
Polly Byrnes: Say, is that Mrs. Landis?
Nick Charles: Yep, want to meet her?
Polly Byrnes: No thanks, I’ve had enough of this family.
Nick Charles: Good morning!
Lieutenant Abrams, San Francisco Homicide Squad: Good evening.
Nick Charles: Uh, yes, good evening. Will you have some breakfast?
Lieutenant Abrams, San Francisco Homicide Squad: Thanks, I just had dinner.
Nick Charles: I give up.
The prohibition of alcohol has led to a flourishing market of illegal liquors, dominated by organized crime. In Chicago, gangs control different parts of the city. As long as each gang limits its activities to its own district, there is peace between them. This balance of power is shattered, when the bodyguard Tony Camonte kills his boss Louis Costillo and joins another gang. Tony helps his new boss, Johnny Lovo, to expand his market share by going into districts controlled by other gangs, kill their leaders and force pubs to buy illegal beer from Lovo instead. The situation quickly develops into an all-out war between the gangs. Tony wants to be the boss of the whole city. He starts disobeying Lovo, takes over his mistress Poppy, and finally kills Lovo. Tony is now the king, but he has one weak point: his overprotection of his 18-year-old sister Cesca. He forbids her to go out and to flirt with men. When she breaks his commandments, he gets furious and forces her back home. In those situations, he loses his watchfulness, makes mistakes, and is vulnerable for attacks from other gangs and the police.
Starred by Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak, Karen Morley
Scarface Best Quotes
Tony Camonte: You see that?
[a sign outside the window reads: THE WORLD IS YOURS. COOK TOURS]
Tony Camonte: Someday I look at that sign and I say, “Okay, she’s mine.”
Tony Camonte: Listen, Little Boy, in this business there’s only one law you gotta follow to keep out of trouble: Do it first, do it yourself, and keep on doing it.
Tony Camonte: [smashes the window] Just changing the name on the door.
Tony Camonte: I don’t know nothin’. I don’t see nothin’. I don’t hear nothin’. When I do I don’t tell the cops. Understand?
Insp. Ben Guarino: I told you you’d show up this way. Get you in a jam without a gun and you squeal like a yellow rat. Come on, climb into this
Tony Camonte: There’s only one thing that gets orders and gives orders.
[points to Tommy Gun]
Tony Camonte: And this is it. That’s how I got the south side for you, and that’s how I’m gonna get the north side for you. It’s a typewriter. I’m gonna write my name all over this town with it, in big letters!
John ‘Johnny’ Lovo: Hey, stop him, somebody!
Tony Camonte: Get out of my way Johnny, I’m gonna spit!
Tony Camonte: This fellow’s got ideas I don’t like.
Poppy: Kind of gaudy, isn’t it?
Tony Camonte: Ain’t it though? Glad you like it.
Francesca ‘Cesca’ Camonte: The police are here for you! It’s all my fault, I shouldn’t have come…
Tony Camonte: Your fault, my fault, who cares? So long as you’re here.
Tony Camonte: [Holding a Tommy gun] Lookit, Johnny, you can carry it around like a baby!
Title Card: [opening message] This picture is an indictment of gang rule in America and of the callous indifference of the government to this constantly increasing menace to our safety and our liberty. Every incident in this picture is the reproduction of an actual occurrence, and the purpose of this picture is to demand of the government: ‘What are you going to do about it?’ The government is your government. What are YOU going to do about it?
Mrs. Camonte: He hurt you. He hurt you. He hurt everybody.
Tony Camonte: I’m not hungry. Except for you. You got something I like.
Poppy: Yeah. I’m nice with a lot of dressing. You work fast, don’t you Tony.
Poppy: Why don’t you get yourself a girl, Tony?
Tony Camonte: I’m workin’ on that now.
Poppy: Yeah? Well, don’t tire yourself out.
[Angelo is answering the phone for Tony]
Tony Camonte: Hey, hey. Get a name. Get a name.
Angelo: [speaking into telephone] What’s your name? No, no, I no wanna know what’s your brother’s name, I wanna know what’s your name.
Angelo: Oh, you do, huh? Listen, I come on over there, I smack you right in the teeth! I get you, you brother…
Tony Camonte: Hey! What’s the matter? That’s no way to talk. Talk nice. Tell him to state his business.
Angelo: Go state your business!
hangs up phone
Tony Camonte: Nice little thug. He gives ’em a writ of hocus pocus.
Francesca ‘Cesca’ Camonte: You’re a butcher! That’s what you are! You’re a butcher!
Poppy: [while sitting at a table, Tony rubs his foot on Poppy’s leg] Please, Tony! My stockings!
Tony Camonte: What’s a matter?
Poppy: Well don’t do that, Tony. They’re brand new.
Tony Camonte: Hands off, eh?
Poppy: No… feet.
Tony Camonte: I get you a hunk of soap, you take a bath in it.
Tony Camonte: Hey, Cesca, you and me, huh? We’ll show them. We’ll lick them all, the North Side, the South Side! We’ll lick the whole world!
John ‘Johnny’ Lovo: What do you use to think with, an empty beer keg?
Tony Camonte: Ah, he ain’t so tough. Hanging out in a flower shop. You afraid of a guy like that?
Chief of detectives: Colorful? What color is a crawling louse? Say, listen, that’s the attitude of too many morons in this country. They think these hoodlums are some sort of demigods. What do they do about a guy like Camonte? They sentimentalize, romance, make jokes about him. They had some excuse to glorify our old Western bad men. They met in the middle of the street at high noon and waited for each other to draw. But these things sneak up and shoot a guy in the back and then run away. Colorful. Did you read what happened the other day? A car full of them chasing another down the street, broad daylight. Three kiddies playing hopscotch on the sidewalk get lead poured in their little bellies. When I think what goes on in the minds of these lice, I wanna vomit.
Managing Editor: You know, Costillo was the last of the old fashioned style gang leaders. There is a new crew coming out. And every guy that’s got money enough to buy a gun is going to try to step into his place, you see? They’ll be shooting each other like rabbits for the control of the booze business!
A somewhat fictionalized account of the destruction of the village of Lidice in Czechoslovakia and the events leading up to it. In 1942, the Allies parachuted a Czech resistance fighter into the area. He quickly reunites with his former girlfriend and many of the villagers who knew him from before the war.
The Nazis are evil however and under the command of Reinhardt Heydrich rule the country with an iron fist, arbitrarily arresting innocents and charging them with fictitious crimes. When Heydrich is severely wounded in a roadside attack – he dies three days later – Henrich Himmler orders the destruction of Lidice. The men are herded into a churchyard where they sing defiantly as they are shot down, the village is set aflame and the women are sent to concentration camps. The town itself is leveled.
starred by Patricia Morison, John Carradine, Alan Curtis
Hitler’s Madman (1943) best movie quotes
Karel Vavra: Patience, children. Patience. You mustn’t cry Jarmilla. None of us must cry. We must stand erect with our eyes to the sun and courage in our hearts.
Karel Vavra: Haven’t the Nazi’s shot you yet?
Nepomuk – the Hermit: Oh, I’m strictly a non-political character.
Nepomuk – the Hermit: You’d be a great prize for the Gestapo. They haven’t arrested anybody in three whole days!
German Arresting Soldier: Anton Bartonek, miner?
Maria Bartonek – Anton’s Wife: What is it, Anton?
German Arresting Soldier: You’re under arrest.
Bartonek: What for?
German Arresting Soldier: You’re accused of sabotage. Our Führer has good ears. He even knows what goes on underground.
Bartonek: He’d better get used to it!
German Arresting Soldier: What?
Bartonek: He doesn’t dream what’s in store for him. For all of you!
Karel Vavra: Beyond the borders of our country, in England and far off America, millions of men are leaving their work, in factories and on the farms, to fight those who made slaves of our people. They’ve sworn to destroy Nazism and liberate all the oppressed peoples of Europe. They ask you to help them.
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: There must be law and order. German law. German order.
Maria Bartonek – Anton’s Wife: Please, Major Bauer. Who will feed my children? They’ll starve!
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: Your husband should have thought of that before. German trains need coal! Our housewives needed to cook our modest meals!
Professor: Inevitably, pressure creates its own counter pressure. Its very existence fertilizes the seeds of its eventual annihilation.
Professor: My lecture today is on the phenomenon of pressure as conceived by the philosophers of the seventeenth century.
Reinhardt Heydrich: Very interesting, please proceed.
Professor: One might argue, that sufficient pressure would be able to destroy its own counter pressure. But, this is not necessarily true. Force and violence destroy only bodies, never the essence of the opposing force.
Reinhardt Heydrich: I presume you refer to metaphysical matters, not to political events?
Professor: Philosophy covers the entire field of life.
Reinhardt Heydrich: Advice, Professor of Philosophy, to confine himself to the realms of the abstract.
Reinhardt Heydrich: I’m absent-minded today. I forgot the ladies entirely. Are you afraid little lady?
Clara Janek: No. I’m not afraid.
Reinhardt Heydrich: All right. Now, surely, I’m not sending ladies to a Concentration Camp. They will go to the Russian front instead of the men. But, of course, dig trenches? No, lovely one! I would never think of that. A pretty girl like you could serve so much better entertaining our courageous German soldiers.
Clara Janek: No!
Jarmilla Hanka: Darling, if you have to go, please take me with you.
Karel Vavra: No, darling.
Jarmlila Hanka: I’m not afraid.
Karel Vavra: I’d be afraid of you. You’re safer here.
Jarmilla Hanka: I don’t want to be here or – or anywhere without you.
Karel Vavra: Maybe somewhere in the world, sweethearts still walk together hand-in-hand. But, not here, darling.
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: Americans, huh! They are soft. Spoiled by democracy! We’ll mop them up like that!
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: Read “Mein Kampf”. One day Hitler will take over America and put it in order.
Jan Hanka: You know, when I was young I thought things were simple. Right or wrong. Black or white. And as I grew older, I tried to understand the in-between. The shadows. I tried to see the other fellows’ point of view. I even imagined the Nazis might be human beings. But, this afternoon I knew I was right at first. Things are simple. They kill you. You kill them.
SS Colonel: Maybe Hess was right?
SS Colonel: Something has to be done immediately! There must be reprisals. Bloody reprisals. You must stamp out resistance at once!
SS Officer #1: What can we tell the press? They’re waiting for a statement. Shall I tell them that the assassin was a Czech?
SS Officer #2: A Czech? Preposterous! They wouldn’t dare!
SS Officer #3: It could have been a British parachuter.
SS Colonel: No! We’ll say it was a Jew. That’s always good!
SS Colonel: We must have the assassin before Himmler arrives. Do something! Take hostages! Hostages from every town and village. Hundreds of arrests are what I want. Shoot them by the hundreds! Shoot them down – every one of them!
SS Officer #1: But, what shall we tell the press?
SS Colonel: Shoot them – eh? Tell them, eh, the Reich Protector Heydrich had a slight accident. Just a few scratches. He’ll be back at his desk in the morning. That’s all gentlemen. Heil Hitler!
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: Please, I’ll have to speak to my wife. I need my hat and coat.
German Arresting Officer: No, you won’t. You’re under arrest.
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: If my Führer wants me, without my hat and coat, I’m ready. I’ll go. Take your hands off me! I’m a Party man! Heil Hitler!
German Arresting Officer: Shut up!
Herman Bauer – Burgomaster: You won’t kill me. I love my Führer. Heil Hitler! I gave him my two sons. Two brave, German sons. Mama! They are taking me! Mama! Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler! Heil Hitler! Heil…
Heinrich Himmler: Dead men tell no tales.
Heinrich Himmler: They killed Heydrich because he was too weak! They won’t say Himmler is too weak.
Bartonek: [Last lines] Telling you not to eat or drink. one morsel of food, one swallow of drink, before you think, Before you think! What is best for your country. Keep your country free from the foe you hate. Catch him! Catch him! Do not wait!