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~K (Location)
~Q Can I help it if they gave me a bad corner?
~A David Gorcey
~F Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion
~Y (1950)

~K (Lost and found)
~Q Where have you been? What's the idea of worrying me like that?
~A Bud Abbott
~F Abbott and Costello In Hollywood
~Y (1945)

~K (Lust) (Desire) (Testosterone)
~Q You don't understand. . . every night when the moon is full, I turn into a wolf.
You and fifty million other guys.
~A Lon Chaney
~A Lou Costello
~F Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
~Y (1948)

~K (Death)
~Q How do you wish to die?
Of old age.
~A Boris Karloff
~A Lou Costello
~F Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer
~Y (1949)

~K (Suicide)
~Q You're going to commit suicide if it's the last thing you do!
~A Boris Karloff
~F Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer
~Y (1949)

About Last Night... About Last Night...

Rob Lowe and Demi Moore are in love - on a strictly casual basis in this sexy, contemporary comedy. Based on David Mamet's stage play Sexual Perversity In Chicago, this is a funny, provocative and often insightful look at romance in the 80's.


~K (Insults)
~Q The best thing that can happen to you. . . is an industrial accident.
~A James Belushi
~Q About Last Night
~Y (1986)

~K (Marriage) (Faithfulness)
~Q . . . I never fooled around not once.
Well, let's just give the boy a medal. Forgive me. I didn't realize it was such a sacrifice!
~A Rob Lowe
~A Demi Moore
~F About Last Night
~Y (1986)

~K (Marriage) (Divorce)
~Q Look, I don't want marriage, I don't want kids, I don't want to be tied down! I'm not happy, I don't love you. . . anymore.
~A Rob Lowe
~F About Last Night
~Y (1986)

~K (Government) (Opportunists) (Law-breakers)
~Q Gentlemen. . . you're always gonna have in our governments those that are above the law.
~A Steven Seagal
~F Above the Law
~Y (1988)

Absolute Power Absolute Power

In this slick political thriller, an emotionally disconnected, aesthetically refined master thief is out for one final score before retiring to his treasure-lined hideaway. But during a robbery at a mansion near Washington, he witnesses a bizarre sex murder involving the President of the United States. As the president's slimy handlers frantically cover the crime up, the career criminal--and only outside witness--becomes the Secret Service's prime target. His relationship with his estranged daughter . . .


~K (Future)
~Q Tomorrow is promised to no one.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Absolute Power
~Y 1996

~K (Supplies) (Sympathy)
~Q Iím fresh out.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Absolute Power
~Y 1996

Abyss - Sp Edition Abyss - Sp Edition

A team of divers on a prototype underwater oil-drilling rig are pressed into service by the U.S. Navy in a rescue effort for a sunken nuclear submarine. As the super powers and a gathering storm boil over above, the crew greets a discovery below with wonder and suspicion. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Cinematography. Academy Awards: Best Visual Effects.


~K (Radio) (Friends)
~Q . . . back on the air. Have some new friends down here.
~A Ed Harris
~F The Abyss
~Y (1989)

~K (Aliens)
~Q There is something down there. Something not us. . . not us, not human, get it? Something not human, but intelligent.
~A Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
~F The Abyss
~Y (1989)

Accidental Tourist Accidental Tourist

Director Lawrence Kasdan and stars William Hurt and Kathleen Turner previously collaborated on 1981's Body Heat, which represented a career breakthrough for all three. Hurt and Kasdan also worked together on The Big Chill (1983). Ann Tyler's source novel won the National Book Critics Circle Award. Named Best Picture of 1988 by the New York Film Critics Circle. Filmed in Panavision; color by Technicolor. Sound by Dolby.


~K (Organized) (Advice)
~Q Call her up and tell her your business is going to pieces. Ask if she could just come in and get things organized. Get things under control.
~A William Hurt
~F Accidental Tourist
~Y (1988)

~K (Promises)
~Q Don't make promises to my son that you are not prepared to keep.
~A Geena Davis
~F Accidental Tourist
~Y (1988)

~K (Life)
~Q There's something so muffled about the way you experience things.
~A Kathleen Turner
~F Accidental Tourist
~Y (1988)

~K (Sons) (Identification)
~Q Yes, that is my son.
~A William Hurt
~F Accidental Tourist
~Y (1988)

~K (Best) (Effort)
~Q If that's the best you can do, then your best sucks.
~A Jodie Fo‹
~F The Accused
~Y (1988)

~K (Witnesses)
~Q I wouldn't make a good witness, right? I'm too fragile. My past is too questionable. I'm a drunk. I'm a pot head, a drug addict.
~A Jodie Foster
~F The Accused
~Y (1988)

~K (Compromise)
~Q Well, I don't know what you got for selling me out, but I sure as shit hope it's worth it.
~A Jodie Foster
~F The Accused
~Y (1988)

~K (Empathy)
~Q You don't understand how I feel.
~A Jodie Foster
~F The Accused
~Y (1988)

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

He's the best there is! (Actually, he's the only one there is.) -- marketing line for the film


~K (News)
~Q Break it to them gently.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
~Y (1994)

~K (Luggage)
~Q Itís bulky, but I consider it carry-on.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
~Y (1994)

~K (Popularity)
~Q My arenít I the popular one?
~A Jim Carrey
~F Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
~Y (1994)

~K (Altitude)
~Q Whatever you do. . . donít look down.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
~Y (1994)

~K (Warnings) (Safety)
~Q You know, you could put somebodyís eye out with that thing.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
~Y (1994)

~K (Requests)
~Q Your request is not unlike your lower intestine--stinking and loaded with danger.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
~Y (1994)

~K (Japanese)
~Q The oriental way of life holds a great appeal for me. . . You probably don't share my enthusiasm for the Japanese. . . Wonderful little people, wonderful. Greatly misunderstood. . .
~A Sydney Greenstreet
~F Across the Pacific
~Y (1942)

~K (Politics)
~Q Do they make governors different from other men?
~A Susan Hayward
~F Ada
~Y (1961)

~K (Fertilizer)
~Q If you want to grow a beautiful rose, there's nothin' like a touch of manure.
~A Wilfrid Hyde-White
~F Ada
~Y (1961)

~K (Personal)
~Q I'm not on the menu this morning.
~A Susan Hayward
~F Ada
~Y (1961)

~K (Men) (Woman) (Viewpoint)
~Q All Iím trying to say is thereís lots of things a man can do and in societyís eyes itís all hunkey dory. A woman does the same thing, the same mind you, and sheís an outcast.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Adamís Rib
~Y (1949)

~K (Sexes)
~Q Iím old fashioned. I like two sexes.
~A Spencer Tracy
~F Adamís Rib
~Y (1949)

~K (Wives)
~Q I want a wife, not a competitor.
~A Spencer Tracy
~F Adamís Rib
~Y (1949)

~K (Defense) (Women)
~Q May it please the court, I submit that my entire line of defense is based upon the proposition that persons of the female sex should be dealt with, before the law, as the equals of persons of the male sex. I submit that I cannot hope to argue this line before minds hostile to and prejudiced against the female sex.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Adamís Rib
~Y (1949)

Addams Family Values Addams Family Values

Addams Family Values


~K (Justice)
~Q I demand justice.
~A Raul Julia
~F Addams Family Values
~Y (1993)

~K (Nervous) (Honeymoons)
~Q I know you're nervous. So am I.
~A Christopher Lloyd
~F Addams Family Values
~Y (1993)

~K (Home) (Welcome) (Entertaining)
~Q Welcome to my home.
~A Joan Cusack
~F Addams Family Values
~Y (1993)

~K (Memory)
~Q You remembered the words.
~A Nichelle Nichols
~F The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space
~Y (1995)

~K (Firing) (Decisions) (Downsizing)
~Q Who has pissed me off the most?
~A Ron Perlman
~F The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space ~Y (1995)

~K (Boss) (Megalomania) (Self-importance)
~Q You're looking at the first emperor of. . . everything.
~A Ron Perlman ~F The Adventures of Captain Zoom in Outer Space
~Y (1995)

~K (Names)
~Q And what are your names? Neil and Bob? Or is that like what you do, huh?
~A Andrew Dice Clay
~F The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
~Y (1990)

~K (Desire) (Wants)
~Q Some people play hard to get, I play hard to want.
~A Andrew Dice Clay
~F The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
~Y (1990)

~K (Embarrassment)
~Q You're about 10 seconds from the most embarrassing moment of your life.
~A Andrew Dice Clay
~F The Adventures of Ford Fairlane
~Y (1990)

~K (Blushing) (Embarrassment)
~Q Man is the only animal that blushes. . . or needs to.
~A Fredric March
~F The Adventures of Mark Twain
~Y (1944)

~K (Plans)
~Q Did I upset your plans?
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Hanging)
~Q Hangingíd be a small price to pay for the company of such a charming lady.
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Empathy) (Common man) (Helpless) (Defeated)
~Q I can feel for beaten, helpless people.
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Choices)
~Q I'd do it again -- even if you killed me!
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Revolt)
~Q I'll organize a revolt, exact a death for a death.
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Hate)
~Q It's injustice I hate, not the Normans!
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Conclusions)
~Q It's time to put an end to this.
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Recruitment)
~Q Men, if youíre willing to fight for our people, I want you! Are you with me?
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Insolence)
~Q Such insolence must support a healthy appetite!
~A Claude Rains
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Saxons) (Fed-up)
~Q We Saxons aren't going to put up with these repressions much longer.
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Treason)
~Q Why, you speak treason.
Fluently.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

~K (Visits)
~Q You've come to Nottingham once too often!
When this is over, my friend, there'll be no need for me to come again!
~A Basil Rathbone
~A Errol Flynn
~F The Adventures of Robin Hood
~Y (1938)

Affair to Remember Affair to Remember

In this legendary tearjerker, the world's most eligible bachelor is set to marry an heiress. But unfortunately for his bride-to-be, while he's travelling alone on a luxury liner, he meets another and realizes he's engaged to the wrong woman. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Song (An Affair to Remember).


~K (Sex) (Dancing) (Kissing)
~Q Do you think it will ever take the place of night baseball?
~A Deborah Kerr
~F An Affair to Remember
~Y (1957)

~K (Elevator) (Rendezvous)
~Q How about the top of the Empire State Building?
Oh, yes. Thatís perfect. Itís the nearest thing to heaven we have in New York.
Good. The 102nd floor. And donít forget to take the elevator.
~A Cary Grant
~A Deborah Kerr
~F An Affair to Remember
~Y (1957)

~K (Boats)
~Q I donít like boat whistles.
~A Cathleen Nesbitt
~F An Affair to Remember
~Y (1957)

~K (Lines) (Surprise)
~Q I was bored to death. I hadnít seen one attractive woman on this ship since we left. Now, isnít that terrible? I was alarmed. I said to myself, ďDonít beautiful women travel anymore?Ē And then I saw you, and I was saved -- I hope.
Tell me, have you been getting results with a line like that, or would I be surprised?
If youíd be surprised, Iíd be surprised.
~A Cary Grant
~A Deborah Kerr
~F An Affair to Remember
~Y (1957)

~K (Champagne) (Beer)
~Q Pink champagne -- thatís the kind of life weíve both been used to. It might be a little difficult to -- do you like beer?
~A Deborah Kerr
~F An Affair to Remember
~Y (1957)

~K (Winter) (Memories)
~Q Winter must be cold for those with no warm memories.
~A Deborah Kerr
~F An Affair to Remember
~Y (1957)

~K (Boats) (Clean)
~Q Ah, itís a great thing to have a lady aboard with clean habits.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Fresh-air) (Drinking)
~Q The air! Isnít it wonderful? Yeah, itís like -- I now you donít approve, but itís like a shot of gin. It makes you blood race, your face numb and your spirits soar.
~A Katharine Hepburn
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Boats) (Teams)
~Q All right. Itíll be you at the tiller and me at the engine, just like it was from the start.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Mercy)
~Q Dear God, weíve come to the end of our journey. In a little while, we will stand before You. I pray for You to be merciful.
~A Katharine Hepburn
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Beards) (Clean-shaven)
~Q Guess you ainít never had a look at me without my whiskers and all cleaned up. I bet you wouldnít hardly recognize me, that much of a change.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Animals) (Attorneys)
~Q If there's anything in the word I hate, it's leeches -- filthy little devils!
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Images) (Heroines)
~Q Iíll never forget the way you looked going over the falls -- head up, chin out, hair blowing in the wind -- the living picture of a heroine.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Excitement)
~Q I never dreamed that any mere physical experience could be so stimulating.
~A Katharine Hepburn
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Hunger)
~Q Just listen to this stomach of mine. Way it sounds, youíd think I had a hyena inside me.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Dirty) (Alone)
~Q A man alone, he gets to living like a hog.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Nature)
~Q Nature. . . is what we are put into this world to rise above.
~A Katharine Hepburn
~F African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Worry)
~Q Oh, I ainít worried, Miss. Gave myself up for dead back where we started.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Boats)
~Q Pinch me. . . Here we are, going down the river like Anthony and Cleopatra on that barge.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Sorry)
~Q Well, I ainít sorry no more, you crazy, psalm-singiní, skinny old maid.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Creativity) (Ideas)
~Q What an absurd idea! Lady, you got ten absurd ideas for my one.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Boats)
~Q What I said about having to get out and carry this old boat was meant to be a joke. It don't look like a joke now.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Hanging) (Togetherness)
~Q Would you hang us together, please?
~A Katharine Hepburn
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

~K (Lady)
~Q You ainít no lady. No, Miss. Thatís what my poor old mother would say to you if my poor old mother was to hear you.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The African Queen
~Y (1951)

ABBOTT&COSTELLO DBL.FEAT. ABBOTT&COSTELLO DBL.FEAT.

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Double Sided Interactive Features: Scene Access Trivia Text/Photo Galleries: Biographies, Filmographies, Film Facts: Africa Screams & Jack and the Beanstalk.


~K (Kids) (Blame)
~Q That kid never did nothin' to nobody.
~A Lou Costello
~F Africa Screams
~Y (1949)

~K (Multi-faceted)
~Q You're the most fascinating woman this side of the Rockies.
Wait till you see me on the other side.
~A William Powell
~A Myrna Loy
~F After the Thin Man ~Y (1936)

Against All Odds Against All Odds

An honestly felt remake of the film Out of the Past. Bridges plays an out-of-work football player who travels to Mexico to find a girl for a ruthless nightclub owner. He ends up falling in love with her instead and must fight an increasingly far reaching web of corruption to keep her.


~K (Careers) (Longevity)
~Q I'll be ready, a couple of good years and I'll quit on my own terms.
~A Jeff Bridges
~F Against All Odds
~Y (1984)

~K (Baseball) (Sports)
~Q I played some damn good ball for you. . . I got a lot of good years left. . .
~A Jeff Bridges
~F Against All Odds
~Y (1984)

~K (Needs) (Wants)
~Q All I really want is to feel cared for and safe.
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Limits)
~Q Do you think thereís a limit?
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Enemy)
~Q He was a prisoner in the center of an armed camp.
~A Joanne Woodward
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Position) (Marriage)
~Q His marriage assured him a social position, but not necessarily respect.
~A Joanne Woodward
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Memories)
~Q How this brings it all back to me.
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Change)
~Q I changed until I saw you, again.
~A Daniel Day-Lewis
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Dreams) (Reality)
~Q I think we should look at reality, not dreams.
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Fashion)
~Q Is fashion such a serious consideration?
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Values) (Old-fashioned)
~Q Just say Iím old fashioned. That should be enough.
~A Daniel Day-Lewis
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Love) (Romance)
~Q On matters of surreptitious romance, his skills went unquestioned.
~A Joanne Woodward
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Houses)
~Q So, how do you like this odd little house?
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Make-believe)
~Q they all lived in a kind of hieroglyphic world. the real thing was never said or even done or thought, but only represented by a set of arbitrary signs.
~A Joanne Woodward
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Scandal)
~Q What could you possibly gain that would make up for the scandal?
My freedom.
~A Daniel Day-Lewis
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Results)
~Q You donít know all that youíve done.
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Topics) (Discussion) (Talk)
~Q You promised not so say such things today.
~A Michelle Pfeiffer
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (Poetry)
~Q You used to read poetry.
~A Winona Ryder
~F The Age of Innocence
~Y (1993)

~K (God) (Love)
~Q God loves you.
~A Meg Tilly
~F Agnes of God
~Y (1985)

~K (Art)
~Q He gives me work, I give him monuments.
~A Charlton Heston
~F The Agony and the Ecstasy
~Y (1965)

~K (Conclusions)
~Q When will you make an end of it?
~A Rex Harrison
~F The Agony and the Ecstasy
~Y (1965)

~K (Negotiating)
~Q You dare to dicker with your pontiff?
~A Rex Harrison
~F The Agony and the Ecstasy
~Y (1965)

~K (Timing)
~Q Iím afraid I was born a hundred years before my time.
I was born 10 days ahead of mine.
~A Eric Linden
~A Cecilia Parker
~F Ah, Wilderness
~Y (1935)

~K (Seriousness)
~Q Thatís just it. Thatís been his downfall, every one always laughing at him, saying, ďHeís a case. Oh, heís a caution.Ē Heís gone on. Weíre all responsible. Weíre all to blame. All we do is laugh.
~A Aline MacMahon
~F Ah, Wilderness
~Y (1935)

~K (Fish) (Depression)
~Q This fish looks blue to me. Very blue. In fact, it looks despondent.
~A Lionel Barrymore
~F Ah, Wilderness
~Y (1935)

~K (Boring) (Lame)
~Q Don't make us be lame.
~A Brendan Fraser
~F Airheads
~Y (1994)

~K (Records) (Contracts)
~Q He wipes his ass with his record contract. I love this guy.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F Airheads
~Y (1994)

~K (Recording)
~Q Super duper, we're making records.
~A Judd Nelson
~F Airheads
~Y (1994)

~K (Demands) (Requirements) (Negotiations)
~Q Yes, they have some more demands.
~A Judd Nelson
~F Airheads
~Y (1994)

Airplane ! Airplane !

The spoof comedy that set the gold standard for all that followed it, AIRPLANE takes shots at the slew of disaster movies that peppered cinemas in the 70s. When the passengers and crew of a jet are incapacitated due to food poisoning, a rogue pilot (who has a drinking problem and is afraid of flying) must cooperate with his ex-girlfriend turned stewardess to bring the plane to a safe landing. No disaster flick cliche is left unroasted, and the musical score itself takes a less than reverent look


~K (Prison)
~Q . . . have you ever been in a Turkish prison?
~A Peter Graves
~F Airplane
~Y (1980)

~K (Love)
~Q I was captivated, entranced, it hit me like a thunder bolt. I had to ask the guy next to me to pinch me to make sure I wasn't dreaming.
~A Robert Hayes
~F Airplane
~Y (1980)

~K (Seriousness)
~Q Surely you can't be serious!
Of course I am! And stop calling me Shirley.
~A Peter Graves
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F Airplane
~Y (1980)

~K (Summons) (Desires) (Wishes)
~Q Excuse me, are you looking at me, did you rub my lamp? Did you wake me up? Did you bring me here, and all of a sudden you're walking out on me? I don't think so, not right now. You're getting your wishes.
~A Robin Williams
~F Aladdin
~Y (1992)

~K (Objects)
~Q I've never seen one of these intact before. This is the famous Dead Sea Tupperware.
~A Robin Williams
~F Aladdin
~Y (1992)

~K (Killing) (Rules)
~Q Rule #1: I can't kill anyone.
~A Robin Williams
~F Aladdin
~Y (1992)

~K (Trust)
~Q Trust me, my pungent friend.
~A Jonathan Freeman
~F Aladdin
~Y (1992)

~K (Size)
~Q It doesnít get any bigger than that.
~A Gilbert Gottfried
~F Aladdin and the King of Thieves
~Y (1996)

~K (Problems)
~Q That would be a problem.
~A Gilbert Gottfried
~F Aladdin and the King of Thieves
~Y (1996)

~K (Thieves)
~Q You donít stand a chance against the King of Thieves.
~A Patrick Stewart
~F Aladdin and the King of Thieves
~Y (1996)

ALAMO, THE ALAMO, THE

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Letterboxed - 1.78 Single Side - Single Layer Audio: Dolby Digital - English Dolby Digital - Spanish Dolby Digital - French Additional Release Material: Featurette - JOHN WAYNE'S THE ALAMO documentary Trailer - 1. Original Theatrical Additional Products: Collectible Bookle


~K (Congress)
~Q Being in congress has ruined many a good man.
~A Denver Pyle
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Drawing) (Art)
~Q He sure draws pretty, don't he.
~A Richard Widmark
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Leaving) (Departures) (Timing)
~Q I'll tell you when we're leaving. Get that gear put away.
~A Richard Widmark
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Decisions) (Advice)
~Q I make up my own mind.
~A Richard Widmark
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Time) (Praying)
~Q I never found the time.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Temper)
~Q I still say you're bad tempered.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Armies)
~Q Prettiest army I ever did see.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Truth)
~Q Now, I may sound like a Bible-beater yellin' up a revival at a river-crossing camp-meeting, but that don't change the truth none.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Words) (Republic)
~Q Republic. I like the sound of the word. It means people can live free, talk free, go or come, buy or sell, be drunk or sober, however they choose. Some words give you a feeling.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (War) (Fairness)
~Q That ain't no fair way to fight a war.
~A Chill Wills
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Right)
~Q Thereís right, and thereís wrong. You gotta do one or the other.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Irritation) (Complaints) (Criticism)
~Q You better slack off of me, mister.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Intelligence)
~Q You're smarter than a bee keeper and can swim better 'n a gambler.
~A John Wayne
~F The Alamo
~Y (1960)

~K (Independence) (Goals)
~Q I'll do what I want to do.
~A Lauren Jackson
~F Alex
~Y (1993)

~K (Women)
~Q My understanding of women goes only as far as the pleasures.
~A Michael Caine
~F Alfie
~Y (1966)

~K (Escape) (Death)
~Q He thought you were going to escape.
And so I have, my friend.
~A Joseph Calleia
~A Charles Boyer
~F Algiers
~Y (1938)

~K (Hypocrisy)
~Q Iím an informer, not a hypocrite!
~A Gene Lockhart
~F Algiers
~Y (1938)

~K (Paris) (Spring)
~Q You know what you are to me? Paris. Thatís you. Paris. . . a spring morning in Paris.
~A Charles Boyer
~F Algiers
~Y (1938)

~K (Baseball) (Excuses)
~Q I don't bat my best on Wednesdays.
~A Joe E. Brown
~F Alibi Ike
~Y (1935)

~K (Home)
~Q Hereís the foolish little house where I live.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Likes)
~Q I don't know why he likes me.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Talent) (Eccentric)
~Q I guess all talented people are a bit peculiar. Itís part of their charm, really.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Departures)
~Q I have the strangest feeling that I'll see you only five more minutes for the rest of my life.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Types)
~Q I've often wondered. What kind of girl are you?
~A Fred MacMurray
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Roses) (Price)
~Q A poor little rose for your thoughts.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Stage)
~Q You know, every girl has a time in her life when sheís positive sheís divinely talented for the stage.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Alice Adams
~Y (1935)

~K (Manners)
~Q Just because you have good manners doesn't mean I suddenly turn into Dale Evans.
~A Ellen Burstyn
~F Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
~Y (1974)

ALICE'S RESTAURANT ALICE'S RESTAURANT

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~K (Motherhood)
~Q I guess Iím the bitch with too many pups.
~A Pat Quinn
~F Aliceís Restaurant
~Y (1969)

Alice'S Restaurant Alice'S Restaurant

Alice'S Restaurant


~K (Dedication)
~Q You started this. Show me everything. I can handle it myself.
~A Sigourney Weaver
~F Aliens
~Y (1986)

~K (Stardom)
~Q And tomorrow morning, you will have won your beachhead on the shores of immortality.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Bed)
~Q The bed looks like a dead animal act.
~A Thelma Ritter
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Awards)
~Q But I wouldnít worry too much about your heart. You can always put that award where your heart ought to be.
~A Bette Davis
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Boxing)
~Q Did I say killer? I meant champion. I get my boxing terms mixed.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Pursuit)
~Q Everything but the bloodhounds snappin' at her rear end!
~A Thelma Ritter
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Bumpy) (Seat belts)
~Q Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night.
~A Bette Davis
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Women) (Career)
~Q Funny business, a womanís career. The things you drop on your way up the ladder so you can move faster. You forget youíll need them again when you go back to being a woman.
~A Bette Davis
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Critics)
~Q I am a critic and a commentator.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Fools)
~Q I am nobodyís fool. Least of all -- yours.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Toasts)
~Q Iím going to propose a toast. Without wit. With all my heart.
~A Gary Merrill
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Modesty)
~Q I think the time has come to shed some of your humility. Itís just as false not to blow your horn at all as it is to blow it too loudly.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Enthusiasm) (Sarcasm)
~Q Suppose you drop dead.
~A Bette Davis
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Improbable)
~Q That I should want you at all suddenly strikes me as the height of improbability. . .
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Television)
~Q Thatís all television is, my dear. Nothing but auditions.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Illiterates)
~Q To those of you who do not read, attend the theatre, listen to unsponsored radio programs or know anything of the world in which you live -- it is perhaps necessary to introduce myself.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Deserving)
~Q We deserve each other.
~A George Sanders
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Managers) (Producers)
~Q Why do they always look like unhappy rabbits?
~A Marilyn Monroe
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (Applause)
~Q Why, if thereís nothing else, thereís applause. Iíve listened from backstage, to people applaud. Itís like. . . like waves of love coming over the footlights and wrapping you up. Imagine. To know, every night, that different hundreds of people love you. They smile. Their eyes shine. Youíve pleased them. They want you. You belong. Just that alone is worth anything.
~A Bette Davis
~F All About Eve
~Y (1950)

~K (War)
~Q Me and the Kaiser, we are both fighting. The only difference is, the Kaiser isn't here.
~A Slim Summerville
~F All Quiet on the Western Front
~Y (1930)

~K (Survival)
~Q We try not to be killed. Sometimes we are.
~A Lew Ayres
~F All Quiet on the Western Front
~Y (1930)

~K (War)
~Q Whenever thereís a big war coming, you should rope off a big field and sell tickets. And, on the big day, you should take all the kings and cabinets and their generals, put them in the center dressed in their underpants and let them fight it out with clubs. The best country wins.
~A Louis Wolheim
~F All Quiet on the Western Front
~Y (1930)

~K (Dying) (Patriotism)
~Q When it comes to dying for your country, itís better not to die at all.
~A Lew Ayres
~F All Quiet on the Western Front
~Y (1930)

~K (Forgiveness)
~Q You'll have to forgive me, comrade.
~A Lew Ayres
~F All Quiet on the Western Front
~Y (1930)

~K (Courage)
~Q You yellow rat.
~A Lew Ayres
~F All Quiet on the Western Front
~Y (1930)

~K (Soul)
~Q A soul? A soul is nothing. Can you see it? Smell it? Touch it? No. . .
~A Walter Huston
~F All That Money Can Buy
~Y (1941)

~K (Sin) (Corruption)
~Q Man is conceived in sin and born in corruption.
~A Broderick Crawford
~F All the Kingís Men
~Y (1949)

~K (Valor) (Common-sense)
~Q Your brother is an old-fashioned man. He believes in his sisterís honor. Me? Iím a modern man. The 20th-century type. I run.
~A John Ireland
~F All the Kingís Men
~Y (1949)

~K (Belief)
~Q . . . there are ten thousand people out there who don't think you can. . . there's thirty-seven people in this room that know we can.
~A Craig T. Nelson
~F All the Right Moves
~Y (1983)

~K (Quitting)
~Q We didn't quit, you quit.
~A Tom Cruise
~F All the Right Moves
~Y (1983)

~K (Friends) (Hospitality)
~Q I came into your house, my dear friend, and in your unhappiness you reached out your hand for help and in my loneliness I took it. We have such a friendship that is given to very few.
~A Bette Davis
~F All This and Heaven, Too
~Y (1940)

AMERICAN IN PARIS, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, AN

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~K (Talent) (French)
~Q Back home everyone said I didnít have any talent. They might be saying the same thing over here, but it sounds better in French.
~A Gene Kelly
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Paris) (Places)
~Q For a painter, the Mecca of the world for study, for inspiration and for living is here on this star called Paris. Just look at it. No wonder so many artists have come here and called it home. Brother , if you canít paint in Paris, youíd better give up and marry the bossís daughter.
~A Gene Kelly
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Musicians) (Unemployed)
~Q Iím a concert pianist. Thatís a pretentious way of saying Iím unemployed at the moment.
~A Oscar Levant
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Faces)
~Q Itís not a pretty face, I grant you, but underneath its flabby exterior is an enormous lack of character.
~A Oscar Levant
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Age)
~Q Letís just say Iím old enough to know what to do with my young feelings.
~A Georges Guetary
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Names)
~Q Tell me, when you get married, will you keep your maiden name?
~A Oscar Levant
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Dress)
~Q That's quite a dress you almost have on.
~A Gene Kelly
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

~K (Writers)
~Q With a binding like youíve got, people are going to want to know whatís in the book.
~A Gene Kelly
~F An American in Paris
~Y (1951)

American President American President

A young, widowed President at the peak of his popularity falls in love with an environmental lobbyist and discovers that mixing a personal life with the presidency isn't as simple as he thought--especially during an election year. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Score (Musical or Comedy).


~K (Presidents) (Girl friends)
~Q The president's got a girl friend.
~A Richard Dreyfuss
~F The American President
~Y (1995)

~K (Forgiveness) (Hunting)
~Q You'll have to forgive my friend here. He's been on a hunting trip. He's been cut off from the world.
~A Richard Dreyfuss
~F The American President
~Y (1995)

An American Werewolf In London An American Werewolf In London

In this dripping black comedy, two American students (David Naughton and Griffin Dunne) on a European vacation wander into a creepy local pub in Northern England and are quickly thrown out. Stranded and alone in the dark countryside, the pair get lost in their search for warm lodging. Little do they know that they are about to be changed forever by an ancient terror as they walk along the moors on a moonlit night. Only one of the students survives a deadly attack by a supernatural beast--at least . . .


~K (Fun)
~Q Believe me, this isn't a whole lot of fun.
~A Griffin Dunne
~F An American Werewolf in London
~Y (1981)

~K (Courage) (Money) (Death)
~Q For five thousand dollars, I'm not afraid of anything, not even death!
~A Susan Hayward
~F Among the Living
~Y (1941)

~K (Clothing)
~Q Say, if I had a wad of folding dough like that I'd go right out and buy an outfit that would knock this neighborhood cockeyed!
~A Susan Hayward
~F Among the Living
~Y (1941)

~K (Future) (Past) (Present)
~Q I am the past. I like it. Itís sweet and familiar, and the present is cold and foreign, and the future -- fortunately, I donít need to concern myself with that. but you do. Itís yours.
~A Helen Hayes
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Polite) (Cough)
~Q I cough only because Iím a little frightened.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Self-awareness) (Remembering) (Reality)
~Q I don't know who I am anymore. I don't know what I remember and what I've been told I remember. What is real?
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Reality)
~Q The least real thing about me is my legal reality.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Motives) (Trust)
~Q Never trust anyone who functions from noble motives because theyíre never sure, and, in the end, theyíll let you down.
~A Yul Brynner
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Memories)
~Q She is playing solitaire with her memories.
~A Martita Hunt
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Boredom)
~Q With Her Majesty, life is one eternal glass of milk.
~A Martita Hunt
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Fools) (Joke)
~Q You never did anything for the sake of anybody but yourself. You enjoy playing with people, making fools of them. Thatís why youíre doing it, as a joke -- to prove that you are great and alive and the others are small and dead. Yes, and for money.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Anastasia
~Y (1956)

~K (Types) (Women)
~Q Some girls -- when a fella comes to see Ďem, he brings flowers. Orchids even. Iím the other type girl. Me, a fella brings four bottles of beer. Whatís the sense of kidding myself?
~A Pamela Britton
~F Anchors Aweigh
~Y (1945)

~K (Romance)
~Q Who are you a man can't make love to you? Some princess in an ivory tower?
~A Alan Ladd
~F And Now Tomorrow
~Y (1944)

~K (Children) (Problems)
~Q It was so easy when they were little.
~A Keith Carradine
~F Andre
~Y (1994)

~K (Trouble)
~Q You are in a world of sh. . . trouble.
~A Keith Carradine
~F Andre
~Y (1994)

~K (Drink)
~Q Donít forget the old proverb, Doctor: never trust a man who doesnít drink.
~A Barry Fitzgerald
~F And Then There Were None
~Y (1945)

~K (Crime)
~Q Iím all for crime, Your Honor. May I propose a toast? Here is to crime.
~A Mischa Auer
~F And Then There Were None
~Y (1945)

~K (Servants) (Food)
~Q Very stupid to kill the only servant in the house. Now we don't even know where to find the marmalade.
~A Judith Anderson
~F And Then There Were None
~Y (1945)

Angel and the Badman Angel and the Badman

Film marks actor John Wayne's debut as a producer. Released in USA in February 1947.


~K (Friends)
~Q A friend doesn't speak of such things.
~A Donald Crisp
~F Angel and the Badman
~Y (1947)

~K (Food) (Hunger)
~Q I could eat a yearling steer, if I could catch one.
~A John Wayne
~F Angel and the Badman
~Y (1947)

~K (Death) (Hotels) (Motels)
~Q There's worse ways of checking out.
~A John Wayne
~F Angel and the Badman
~Y (1947)

~K (Beauty)
~Q You're a shapely hussy.
~A John Wayne
~F Angel and the Badman
~Y (1947)

~K (Managers) (Writers) (Sports)
~Q Dogs have fleas, managers have sports writers.
~A Paul Douglas
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Games) (Writing) (Story)
~Q I donít know the game and I havenít any story.
~A Janet Leigh
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Laughter)
~Q I havenít laughed since the day I met you.
~A Janet Leigh
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Discussion) (Trouble)
~Q Oh, please, leave me out of this.
~A Lewis Stone
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Serious) (Jokes)
~Q Please, donít make jokes.
~A Paul Douglas
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Friends)
~Q We were friends, at least we used to be.
~A Paul Douglas
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Obituaries) (Publicity) (Notoriety)
~Q Youíll make a nice item tomorrow.
~A Marvin Kaplan
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1951)

~K (Management) (Firing)
~Q I'm relieving you of your management responsibilities.
~A Ben Johnson
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1995)

~K (Talent)
~Q There's a thing called talent. They don't have it.
~A Danny Glover
~F Angels in the Outfield
~Y (1995)

~K (Death)
~Q Don't kill me, please.
~A James Cagney
~F Angels with Dirty Faces
~Y (1938)

~K (Threats) (Backing-off)
~Q Get back, or I'll give it to him right in the head.
~A James Cagney
~F Angels with Dirty Faces
~Y (1938)

~K (Direction)
~Q If I'm in your way, keep stepping just as hard.
~A James Cagney
~F Angels with Dirty Faces
~Y (1938)

~K (Lawyers)
~Q I know you're a smart lawyer, very smart -- but don't get smart with me.
~A James Cagney
~F Angels with Dirty Faces
~Y (1938)

~K (Greetings)
~Q Whaddaya hear? Whaddaya say?
~A James Cagney
~F Angels with Dirty Faces
~Y (1938)

~K (Pajamas) (Elephants)
~Q One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I'll never know.
~A Groucho Marx
~F Animal Crackers
~Y (1930)

~K (Beauty) (Women)
~Q You're the most beautiful woman I've ever seen, which doesn't say much for you.
~A Groucho Marx
~F Animal Crackers
~Y (1930)

~K (Apologies) (Words) (Mistakes)
~Q I think of things I shouldn't have said to you.
~A Rex Harrison
~F Anna and the King of Siam
~Y (1946)

~K (Truth)
~Q I wish to say, you have spoken truth to me, always.
~A Rex Harrison
~F Anna and the King of Siam
~Y (1946)

~K (Stingy) (Tight)
~Q . . . don't be stingy, baby.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Anna Christie
~Y (1930)

~K (Negotiations) (Deals)
~Q Mister, it's a deal.
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~F Annie Oakley
~Y (1935)

~K (Annoying)
~Q Nobody ever accused me of annoying a gal when I was talking to her.
~A Preston Foster
~F Annie Oakley
~Y (1935)

~K (Pity) (Children)
~Q I donít like any of my children.
~A Florence Eldridge
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Sons) (Friends)
~Q I havenít been richly blessed with friends or with sons -- my eldest, a penny-grubbing trickster; my second, a proud illiterate.
~A Fredric March
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Men) (War)
~Q Some men should never come back from war.
~A John Dall
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Democrats)
~Q Some people are Democrats by choice, some by necessity.
~A Fredric March
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Parents) (Duty)
~Q Thereíll be $1,000 on that table for you by six in the morning. Get on the early train. Send a Christmas card each year to an aging parent who now wishes you to stop talking.
~A Fredric March
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Cowards)
~Q Try to remember that, though ignorance becomes a Southern gentleman, cowardice does not.
~A Fredric March
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Loneliness)
~Q Youíll always be busy. Youíll have to be busy because youíre a lonely man. All your life youíre going to be lonely.
~A Florence Eldridge
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Manners) (Poor)
~Q You lose your manners when youíre poor.
~A Betsy Blair
~F Another Part of the Forest
~Y (1948)

~K (Support) (Friendship) (Insults)
~Q Just donít call my friend a pinhead, again.
~A Gene Wilder
~F Another You
~Y (1991)

~K (Space)
~Q They donít have this much acreage in the projects.
~A Richard Pryor
~F Another You
~Y (1991)

~K (Lies)
~Q Before I met you the term bullshit artist was an empty phrase.
~A Richard Pryor
~F Another You
~Y (1991)

APARTMENT, THE ('60)(LBX) APARTMENT, THE ('60)(LBX)

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~K (Administrative-assistants) (Secretaries)
~Q . . . one doesnít get to be a second administrative assistant around here unless heís a pretty good judge of character -- and, as far as Iím concerned, youíre tops. I mean, decency-wise and other-wise.
~A Jack Lemmon
~F The Apartment
~Y (1960)

~K (Affairs) (Timing)
~Q . . . those things donít always run on schedule -- like a Greyhound bus.
~A David Lewis
~F The Apartment
~Y (1960)

~K (Facts)
~Q I know facts like this because I work for an insurance company.
~A Jack Lemmon
~F The Apartment
~Y (1960)

~K (Cards) (Work) (Talking)
~Q Shut up and deal.
~A Shirley MacLaine
~F The Apartment
~Y (1960)

~K (Divorce)
~Q When youíve been married to a woman for 12 years, you donít just sit down at the breakfast table and say, ďPass the sugar -- and I want a divorce.Ē Itís not that easy.
~A Fred MacMurray
~F The Apartment
~Y (1960)

~K (Discovery) (Romance)
~Q You know, I used to live like Robinson Crusoe -- shipwrecked among eight million people. Then one day I saw a footprint in the sand, and there you were.
~A Jack Lemmon
~F The Apartment
~Y (1960)

Apocalypse Now Redux Apocalypse Now Redux

Released in August 2001, APOCALYPSE NOW REDUX, a restored and updated version of the 1979 film, includes 49 minutes of never-before-seen footage, a Technicolor enhancement, and a six-channel soundtrack. Francis Ford Coppola's Vietnam epic, loosely based on HEART OF DARKNESS by Joseph Conrad, tells the story of Captain Willard (Martin Sheen), a special agent sent into Cambodia to assassinate an errant American colonel (Marlon Brando). Willard is assigned a navy patrol boat operated by . . .


~K (Horror) (Friends)
~Q Horror has a face, and you must make a friend of horror. Horror and mortal terror are you friends. If they are not, then they are enemies to be feared. They are truly your enemies.
~A Marlon Brando
~F Apocalypse Now
~Y (1979)

~K (Victory)
~Q I love the smell of napalm in the morning. . . it smells like victory.
~A Robert Duvall
~F Apocalypse Now
~Y (1979)

~K (Rights)
~Q You got no right to call me a murderer. You have a right to kill me -- you have the right to do that -- but you have no right to judge me.
~A Marlon Brando
~F Apocalypse Now
~Y (1979)

Apollo 13 Apollo 13

A vividly rendered dramatization of Apollo 13's true-life brush with disaster on the way to the Moon in 1971. This mesmerizing film combines computer graphics, archive footage and seamless special effects to recreate the adrenalized odyssey of Astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert who battled astronomical odds to make it back to Earth. Academy Award Nominations: 9, including Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor--Ed Harris, and Best Supporting Actress--Kathleen Quinlan. Academy Award . . .


~K (Failure)
~Q Failure is not an option.
~A Ed Harris
~F Apollo 13
~Y (1995)

~K (Problems)
~Q Houston, we have a problem.
~A Tom Hanks
~F Apollo 13
~Y (1995)

~K (Impolite) (Small towns)
~Q And you are impolite, unless it is the custom to lie to strangers in this little place.
~A Marlon Brando
~F The Appaloosa
~Y (1966)

~K (Direction) (Goals)
~Q Okay, kid, where are we going and how are we going to get there?
~A Marlon Brando
~F The Appaloosa
~Y (1966)

~K (Understanding)
~Q You just don't understand.
~A Marlon Brando
~F The Appaloosa
~Y (1966)

~K (Arousal) (Automobiles)
~Q Can I give you a lift?
You already have.
~A Jan Sterling
~A Alan Ladd
~F Appointment with Danger
~Y (1951)

~K (Hereditary) (Violence) (Crazy)
~Q Somewhere in your blood there's a crazy bug. Get a cure or you'll get us all killed.
~A Paul Stewart
~F Appointment with Danger
~Y (1951)

~K (Records)
~Q Wanna come up and listen to my bebop records?
~A Jan Sterling
~F Appointment with Danger
~Y (1951)

~K (Happiness)
~Q I'm not happy. . . I'm not happy at all.
~A Walter Abel
~F Arise My Love
~Y (1940)

~K (Insanity) (Craziness)
~Q Insanity runs in my family. It practically gallops.
~A Cary Grant
~F Arsenic and Old Lace
~Y (1944)

~K (Appreciation) (Timing)
~Q One of the gentlemen found time to say, ďHow delicious!Ē
~A Jean Adair
~F Arsenic and Old Lace
~Y (1944)

Arthur Arthur

A drunken billionaire careens through life until he meets a flat broke girl with a heart of gold. Great performances by all, especially Gielgud as the driest butler ever. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Actor--Dudley Moore, Best (Original) Screenplay. Academy Awards: 2, including Best Original Song (Arthur's Song - Best That You Can Do), Best Supporting Actor--John Gielgud.


~K (Bathing)
~Q I think I'll take a bath.
I'll alert the media.
~A Dudley Moore
~A John Gielgud
~F Arthur
~Y (1981)

~K (Beauty)
In the right light she's really quite beautiful. Of course you can't always depend on the light.
~A Dudley Moore
~F Arthur
~Y (1981)

~K (Beauty)
~Q I like the way your bone structure's. . . structured.
~A Dean Martin
~F Artists and Models
~Y (1955)

~K (Kissing)
~Q That was uncalled for.
I could have sworn I heard you call.
~A Dorothy Malone
~A Dean Martin
~F Artists and Models
~Y (1955)

~K (Kissing) (Astrology)
~Q What are we waiting for? My Sagittarius is rising. Hang on, boy. . . The stars are right. My Jupiterís jumping.
~A Shirley MacLaine
~F Artists and Models
~Y (1955)

~K (Dreams) (Pretend)
~Q When you pretend, your dreams come true.
~A Jerry Lewis
~F Artists and Models
~Y (1955)

~K (Goals) (Dreams)
~Q You must pretend and concentrate.
~A Jerry Lewis
~F Artists and Models
~Y (1955)

~K (Easy)
~Q Don't give me the easy.
~A Brian Keith
~F Arrowhead
~Y (1953)

~K (Truth)
~Q Do I speak the truth?
~A Charlton Heston
~F Arrowhead
~Y (1953)

~K (Retribution)
~Q How long before you say I told you so?
Consider it said.
~A Brian Keith
~A Charlton Heston
~F Arrowhead
~Y (1953)

~K (Magic) (Invincible)
~Q There's the invincible one. Where's your magic now?
~A Charlton Heston
~F Arrowhead
~Y (1953)

~K (Breasts) (Beauty)
~Q Look at these breasts! Aren't they beautiful?
~A Elizabeth Taylor
~F Ash Wednesday
~Y (1973)

~K (Crime)
~Q Crime is a left-handed form of human endeavor.
~A Sam Jaffe
~F The Asphalt Jungle
~Y (1950)

~K (Lies) (Retribution) (Hurt) (Warnings)
~Q Don't bone me.
~A Sterling Hayden
~F The Asphalt Jungle
~Y (1950)

~K (Confrontation) (Manners) (Fight)
~Q I am no lady when I fight.
~A Maureen OíHara
~F At Swordís Point
~Y (1952)

~K (Atlantic Ocean)
~Q The Atlantic Ocean was something then. Yes, you should have seen the Atlantic Ocean in those days.
~A Burt Lancaster
~F Atlantic City
~Y (1980)

~K (Cities) (Olden days)
~Q Rackets, whoring, guns -- it used to be beautiful.
~A Burt Lancaster
~F Atlantic City
~Y (1980)

~K (Marriage) (Wife)
~Q Besides, how can I be a wife? I'm too busy being a mother.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Insurance) (Fire)
~Q Don't worry about a thing. I'm fully covered by fire insurance.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Horizons) (Beliefs)
~Q For nine years Iíve tried to open some windows in his life, and now all you want to do is shut him up in some -- in some safe-deposit box.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Religion)
~Q I am going to turn this kid into a decent, God-fearing Christian if I have to break every bone in his body.
~A Fred Clark
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Fling) (Affairs)
~Q I did just what she told me. I lived! Iíve got to find out what to do now.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Hair) (Fashion)
~Q If I kept my hair natural the way you do, Iíd be bald.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Philosophy)
~Q Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Pittsburgh) (Cities)
~Q Oh, she's not English.
She sounded English.
When you're from Pittsburgh, you've got to do something.
~A Rosalind Russell
~A Jan Handzlik
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Adventures)
~Q Oh, what times weíre going to have! What vistas weíre going to explore together!
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Fathers) (Husbands) (Bastards)
~Q That is a B, darling -- the first letter of a seven-letter word that means your late father.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Home) (Honor)
~Q What an honor it is to have you in our little home.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Boys)
~Q She just loves little boys.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F Auntie Mame
~Y (1958)

~K (Apprehension)
~Q There's a heaviness and it's growing. I can feel it.
~A Robert Forster
~F Avalanche
~Y (1978)

~K (Places) (Tulsa) (Excitement)
~Q And if it should get dull, you can always go to Tulsa for the weekend.
~A Cary Grant
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)

~K (Departures)
~Q Don't anybody leave this room, I've lost my purse.
~A Irene Dunne
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)

~K (Spring)
~Q In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to what he's been thinking about all winter.
~A Cary Grant
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)

~K (Appearances)
~Q I've seen your pictures in the paper and I've wondered what you looked like.
~A Irene Dunne
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)

~K (Marriage) (Divorce)
~Q I wouldn't go on living with you if you were dipped in platinum.
~A Irene Dunne
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)

~K (Physical)
~Q Tell her I'd love to meet her. Tell her to wear boxing gloves.
~A Irene Dunne
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)

~K (Truth)
~Q You've come back and caught me in the truth, and there's nothing less logical than the truth.
~A Irene Dunne
~F The Awful Truth
~Y (1937)


























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