The long and winding roads.
Resistance has a code name.
“The war’s come down to the two of us.”
No sleep til Berlin.
Not quite The Great Escape…but few are.
“It makes a man a little dizzy.” “What is it, sir?” “Having the central committee of the underground in the palm of my hand.”
“…poor little lambs who have gone astray…”
“A picture with no attempt to relieve anybody from anything at any time.” — Ernst Lubitsch
“Well, we’re goin’ after ’em now, Henry, and by the eternal thunders, we’re goin’ to lick ’em good.”
“Come out of your holes, you desert rats. Let’s go!”
“There exists a real danger that our friend Rommel is becoming a kind of magician or bogeyman to our troops.”
“Be happy in your work.”
“Up-to-date machines go to experienced pilots. Both are in short supply.”
“A most interesting chess game.”
“Why do you think it is, corporal, that you have so much and the rest of us so little?”
“The ultimate victory will depend on the hearts and minds of the people who actually live out there.” (Lyndon Johnson)
“There is no one on the island but me.”
“This outfit they can give back to General Custer.”
“I love being with them, but I hate where they take me. Same for all of us.”
“The success of this plan depends on arranging a massacre.”
“We shall be there too, sir, with a fresh crew ready and anxious to serve.”
“Perhaps you’d share an occasional meal with a man who seems due to be pretty lonely.” “You’re very kind” “Which is British for ‘no’?” “Which is British for ‘I’d love to’.”
“Now we begin to cut ourselves out of this jungle.”
“I can’t see anybody saying that after going and coming back…that they would go again. I just can’t deal with that.”
“I’ve heard about you, Gifford. First you go get yourself a silver star, then you get busted to private. Oh, it’s a rough war, ain’t it?”