Hitchcock Film by Quote

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'An innocent man has nothing to fear, remember that.'
'But she said it before. Or was it after? I can't recall.'
'There are 20 million women in this island and I get to be chained to you.'
'You'd think Mama had never seen a phone. She makes no allowance for science. She thinks she has to cover the distance by sheer lung power.'
'You Freud, me Jane?'
'On Mondays and Wednesdays I work for the Travelers Aid at the airport.' 'Helping travelers?' 'No, misdirecting them.'
'Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.'
'A guy can't help being a German if he's born a German, can he?'
'Wouldn't it be a little too much if we both grinned at her like idiots.'
'Contact Pi.'
'Oh, I beg your pardon. Was that your leg? I had no idea we were going into a tunnel. I thought the compartment was empty.'
'Are you sure you were talking about water skis? From where I sat it looked as though you were conjugating some irregular verbs.'
'We haven't had a good juicy series of sex murders since Christie. And they're so good for the tourist trade.'
'What's wrong with men like me?' 'They don't believe in marriage.' 'I've been married twice.' 'See what I mean?'
'Go ahead. Jump. He never loved you, so why go on living? Jump and it will all be over...'
'When a guy like me gets kidnapped by a woman, he wants her to be twenty-five.'
'I trust he died peacefully. Slipped away in the night?' 'He was caught in a threshing machine.'
'Can I help?' 'Only by going away.' 'No, no, no, no. My father always taught me, never desert a lady in trouble. He even carried that as far as marrying Mother.'
'I've been shot...Just a little.'
'The old must make way for the new, especially when the old is suspected of senility.'
'They talk about flat-footed policemen. May the saints protect us from the gifted amateur.'
'What people ought to do is get outside their own house and look in for a change. Yes sir. How's that for a bit of homespun philosophy?' 'Reader's Digest, April 1939.'
'Hate the smell of dampness, don't you? It's such a, I don't know, creepy smell.'
'You don't really approve of murder, Rupert? If I may?' 'You may, and I do. Think of the problems it would solve: unemployment, poverty, standing in line for theatre tickets.'
'Oh now surely, Madam, you're not going to tell me that there hasn't been a time that you didn't want to dispose of someone. Your husband, for instance?'
'Tell them in London... tell them to try Ambrose Chapel...'

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