Best Picture by Quote-1927/28-1969

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'They call me Mister Tibbs.'
'He was the most extraordinary man I ever knew. '
'Or would you rather be a mule?'
'I'm not a drinker; I'm a drunk.
' I've been saying I'm Jewish, and it works.'
'In all Wales, there was none so beautiful.'
'Good night, sweet prince; and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest. '
'I don't know nothin' 'bout birthin' babies!'
'The hills are alive..'
'Please sir, I want some more.'
'Discipline is the thing. A seaman's a seaman. A captain's a captain. And a midshipman, Sir Joseph or no Sir Joseph, is the lowest form of animal.'
' An Englishman never jokes about a wager, sir.'
'It's better to star in Pe- Pe- Pe- Osh Kosh than starve on Broadway.'
' I'm lucky I have my elbows. Some of the boys don't; but I can't button them up.'
' I have no queen! Catherine's not my wife! No priest can make her so! They that say she is my wife are not only liars, but traitors!'
' But in war, time is so precious to the young people.'
'Mr. Ziegfeld, you think so? Gee, I wish you'd give me a chance. I've got talent, and I'd like to get away from shifting scenery and moving props.'
'My name is Jerry Mulligan, and I'm an ex G.I. In 1945 when the army told me to find my own job, I stayed on.'
'Oh this? Well, I like privacy when I retire. Yes, I'm very delicate in that respect. Prying eyes annoy me. Behold the walls of Jericho!'
'The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.'
' D'you know what you can do when you see a shooting star? '
'I am Mrs. De Winter now.'
'So what happens? He gets the title shot outdoors on the ballpark and what do I get? A one-way ticket to Palooka-ville!'
'This story is about a little girl. It could be about any one of those little girls playing there. But it isn't. It's about one in particular.'
'Fasten your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy night.'
'I shall tell the truth. Because if I did not, my nights would be haunted by the spectre of an innocent man expiating under the most frightful torture a crime he never committed.'
'In the west of England there was once a Squire Allworthy. After several months in London he returns home. '
'Were you ever in a monestery, Mr. Poppins?'
'Clowns are funny people, they only love once. '
'Round up the usual suspects.'
'I hate the British! You are defeated but you have no shame. You are stubborn but you have no pride. You endure but you have no courage. I hate the British!'
'What is your name, 41?'
'I work on the 19th floor. Ordinary Policy Department, Premium Accounting Division, Section W, desk number 861.'
'I'm walking here, I'm walking here!'
'Ma, sooner or later, there comes a point in a man's life when he's gotta face some facts. And one fact I gotta face is that, whatever it is that women like, I ain't got it.'
'Well, now that Kat's settled everything, let's go see Kemmerick.'
'I want to be alone.'
' I never knew it could be like this! Nobody ever kissed me the way you do.'
'The whole world, Willie Stark..'
'Why, it'll be all over the southwest that Yancy Cravat was hiding behind a woman's petticoat!'
'There should never be any good reason for neglecting someone that you love.'

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