“A king cannot give scandal.”
“A loose trilogy united by their radical politics and an even more radical shooting style.”
“More women died on the back seat of Senator Edward Kennedy’s car at Chappaquiddick than ever died in a gas chamber at Auschwitz.” –David Irving.
Every man has his price… and every woman pays it.
Evil takes many forms
“I fail to understand how it happened that this little rascal did not win the palm,” said he, “for devil take me if in all the world there exists a finer ass than this one here.”
Come see where all your money went.
He was tricky. They were better.
“I don’t think I’ll let you arrest me today.”
“Your name must be Dixie Smith.” “That’s right. What of it?” “I was looking for you. They told me to keep cruising around until I found some guy about to bust a blood vessel, and that’d be you.”
[Editor’s Note: This review originally appeared in Barrie’s Precedents column, Timeline 1941.]
“The curse of Odin waits on him who kills the slave.”
“There is no emperor. There’s only an empress!”
“Well, we’re goin’ after ’em now, Henry, and by the eternal thunders, we’re goin’ to lick ’em good.”
“There’ll be time enough for countin’, when the dealin’s done.”
The long and the dull.
“Simply to do the story of Jesus” with “no interruption for theatrical embroideries. We want to get to the heart of the matter.” (George Stevens)
“A most interesting chess game.”
“Beyond the age of innocence…”
“You ain’t with the Company, there ain’t no work!”
“Death didn’t want me.”
Two monkeys overheard at the zoo: One, glancing back and forth between The Bible and Darwin’s “Origin of Species” which he’s holding in his hands, says to the other with a puzzled look, “I can’t decide if I’m my brother’s keeper or my keeper’s brother.”
Die if you must, for a cause that’s just…but shout to the end — no surrender!
“I just think it’s a fine idea to meet the family first, don’t you? It saves wear and tear afterward.”
“This outfit they can give back to General Custer.”