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~K (Gambling) (Losing)
~Q I play in order to lose. That's what gets my juice going. If I only bet on the games I know, I could at least break even.
~A James Caan
~F The Gambler
~Y (1974)

~K (Debts) (Payment)
~Q It's out of my hands. A bad gambling debt has got to be taken care of.
~A Paul Sorvino
~F The Gambler
~Y (1974)

Gandhi Gandhi

The acclaimed dramatization of the life of Mohandas Mahatma Gandhi, from his beginnings as a South African-educated lawyer through his historic, galvanizing struggle to free India from British Colonial rule. With a large, distinguished cast, headlined by Ben Kingsley in a nuanced performance, Sir Richard Attenborough's biopic is a classic of the genre. Academy Award Nominations: 11. Academy Awards: 9, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor--Ben Kingsley, Best (Original) Screenplay.


~K (Guests)
~Q You have been guests in our home long enough. Now we would like you to leave.
~A Ben Kingsley
~F Gandhi
~Y (1982)

~K (Suspicious)
~Q Are you becoming suspicious as well as absentminded. . .
~A Charles Boyer
~F Gaslight
~Y (1944)

~K (Lying) (Forgetfulness)
~Q I know you've never lied to me. You're not lying. It's worse than lying -- you've forgotten.
~A Charles Boyer
~F Gaslight
~Y (1944)

~K (Peace) (Romance) (Love)
~Q I've found peace in loving you.
~A Charles Boyer
~F Gaslight
~Y (1944)

~K (Losing things) (Absentminded)
~Q You are inclined to lose things. . .
~A Charles Boyer
~F Gaslight
~Y (1944)

~K (Poverty) (Friends) (Enemies)
~Q I grew up in poverty. I made my first friends here, had my first lessons. I had a tough time when I was a kid because I didn't know my friends from my enemies.
~A Tadeusz Lomniki
~F A Generation
~Y (1954)

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Fifties screen sirens Monroe and Russell in made-to-order roles. A pair of golddigging showgirls from the canebreak--a sassy, street-smart brunette and a sexy, naive blonde--pursue potential husbands on an ocean cruise. Glossy, big-budget Hawks adaptation of the Broadway hit based on a Loos story. Styne's songs include Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend.


Marilyn Monroe : The Diamond Collection Marilyn Monroe : The Diamond Collection

A special collection of film icon Marilyn Monroe's greatest films, ranging from the musical extravangzas GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES (1953) and THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS (1954) to Billy Wilder's farce THE SEVEN YEAR ITCH (1955) to the romantic comedies HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE (1953) and BUS STOP (1956). Both the VHS and DVD box sets include a bonus sixth feature, MARILYN MONROE: THE FINAL DAYS, a documentary about the star with forty minutes of never-before-seen footage from Marilyn


~K (Kiss) (Gifts)
~Q A kiss on the hand might feel very good, but a diamond tiara is forever.
~A Marilyn Monroe
~F Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
~Y (1953)

~K (Places) (Europe)
~Q Does this boat go to Europe, France?
~A Marilyn Monroe
~F Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
~Y (1953)

~K (Intelligence) (Timing)
~Q I can be smart when it’s important.
~A Marilyn Monroe
~F Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
~Y (1953)

~K (Talk) (Conversation) (Discussion)
~Q I just adore conversation, don’t you?
~A Marilyn Monroe
~F Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
~Y (1953)

~K (Loneliness)
~Q It’s terrible to be lonesome, especially in the middle of a crowd.
~A Marilyn Monroe
~F Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
~Y (1953)

Gentleman's Agreement Gentleman's Agreement

The best of the few Hollywood treatments of anti-Semitism. Peck gives the right gravity to his role of a magazine reporter who comes to understand in a personal way the barriers imposed by prejudice when, to add depth to his magazine feature, he takes on a Jewish identity. Hart wrote the script, based on the novel by Laura Z. Hobson.


~K (Fear) (Action)
~Q They haven’t got the guts to take the step from talking to action.
~A Celeste Holm
~F Gentleman's Agreement
~Y (1947)

~K (Single men)
~Q Tell me why it is that every man who seems attractive these days is either married or barred on a technicality.
~A Celeste Holm
~F Gentleman's Agreement
~Y (1947)

~K (Fate)
~Q God always has another custard pie up His sleeve.
~A Lynn Redgrave
~F Georgy Girl
~Y (1966)

~K (Motherhood) (Women) (Work)
~Q She can take care of the baby and work, too.
~A Chuck Connors
~F Geronimo
~Y (1962)

~K (Discussion) (Fools)
~Q Will stop speaking like a fool!
~A Chuck Connors
~F Geronimo
~Y (1962)

~K (Grave sites) (Love)
~Q If you pass by one day, pick an anemone and think of me. Take it as a word of love, a love I thought, but never spoke. . .
~A Nina Pens Rode
~F Gertrud
~Y (1964)

~K (Insults)
~Q If I was your mother, I’d a drowned you at birth.
~A Allen Goorwitz
~F Get Crazy
~Y (1983)

~K (Menial)
~Q What am I an errand boy?
~A Miles Chapin
~F Get Crazy
~Y (1983)

Gettysburg

The TNT original GETTYSBURG is a sweeping production depicting the events that led up to the Battle of Gettysburg and the three-day battle itself, which claimed tens of thousands of lives, turned the tide of the Civil War, and eventually put an end to slavery in the United States. An excellent production illuminating the horrors and heroes of this uniquely idealistic war, the film boasts terrific performances from Jeff Daniels, Tom Berenger, and Martin Sheen. The screenplay was based on the best-selling book.


~K (Army) (Freedom)
~Q We are an army out to set other men free.
~A Jeff Daniels
~F Gettysburg
~Y (1993)

~K (Love) (Oaths)
~Q I love you, Molly. I've always loved you.
Ditto!
~A Patrick Swayze
~A Demi Moore
~F Ghost
~Y (1990)

~K (Failure) (Achievement)
~Q I feel so useless. Here I am nearly half way through life and what have I done?
~A Gene Tierney
~F The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
~Y (1947)

~K (Poetry) (England)
~Q It is easy to understand why the most beautiful poems about England in the spring were written by poets living in Italy at the time.
~A George Sanders
~F The Ghost and Mrs. Muir
~Y (1947)

Ghostbusters Ghostbusters

A team of scientists wages a high-tech battle with the supernatural while facing prosecution for fraud and environmental hazards. Business takes off, however, when New York is overrun by rioting ghosts. The film's theme song, Ghostbusters, topped the charts.


~K (Security)
~Q Are you the gate-keeper?
~A Rick Moranis
~F Ghostbusters
~Y (1984)

~K (Abuse)
~Q He slimed me.
~A Bill Murray
~F Ghostbusters
~Y (1984)

~K (Harmless)
~Q I tried to think of the most harmless thing. . . something that could never ever possibly hurt us. . . Mr. Stay Puff.
~A Dan Aykroyd
~F Ghostbusters
~Y (1984)

~K (Achievement)
~Q We came, we saw, we kicked it's ass.
~A Dan Aykroyd
~A Bill Murray
~A Harold Ramis
~F Ghostbusters
~Y (1984)

~K (Danger) (Clients)
~Q You're endangering our lives. You're endangering our client, the nice lady who paid us in advance. . . before she became a dog.
~A Bill Murray
~F Ghostbusters
~Y (1984)

~K (Clothes) (Fashion)
~Q I'm getting style tips from somebody with 87 black t-shirts?
~A Karen Allen
~F Ghost in the Machine
~Y (1993)

~K (Death) (Elimination)
~Q Why can't we just delete him?
~A Karen Allen
~F Ghost in the Machine
~Y (1993)

~K (Confidence)
~Q I have the strength of a hundred men. I cannot die! I cannot be destroyed!
~A Bella Lugosi
~F The Ghost of Frankenstein
~Y (1942)

~K (Fools)
~Q Is this more of your bungling, you stupid fool?
~A Bela Lugosi
~F Ghosts on the Loose
~Y (1943)

~K (Idiots) (Assistants)
~Q Why do I have such idiots around me?
~A Bela Lugosi
~F Ghosts on the Loose
~Y (1943)

~K (Comfort) (Fashion)
~Q Come on, darling. Why don't you kick off your spurs?
~A Elizabeth Taylor
~F Giant
~Y (1956)

~K (Come-upance)
~Q . . . do you want it here, in front of everybody, or should I give it to you outside?
~A Rock Hudson
~F Giant
~Y (1956)

Gigi Gigi

Set in Paris at the turn of the century, this delightful Lerner and Loewe musical, based on a story by Collette, follows a precocious French girl as she is groomed into a would-be courtesan, blossoming into a stunning woman. The story provides plenty of opportunity for Minnelli and MGM to pull out all the stops in its first musical production shot on location. Paris and Caron never looked lovelier, and Jourdan and Chevalier are so French, no? Songs include: Gigi, Thank Heaven for Little Girls, a


~K (Fun) (Staying young) (Advice)
~Q A different girl every night. Keep them guessing.
~A Maurice Chevalier
~F Gigi
~Y (1958)

~K (Jealousy)
~Q Heaven knows I am not jealous.
~A Louis Jourdan
~F Gigi
~Y (1958)

~K (Preoccupation) (Women) (Desires)
~Q She is not thinking of me.
~A Louis Jourdan
~F Gigi
~Y (1958)

~K (Fathers)
~Q Your father is actually quite unique.
~A Maurice Chevalier
~F Gigi
~Y (1958)

GILDA GILDA

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Full Frame - 1.33 Single Side - Dual Layer Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English Additional Release Material: Documentary - THE COLUMBIA LADY Trailers - 1.Original Theatrical Trailer Bonus Trailers - 1. THE LOVES OF CARMEN 2. A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS 3. THE LAST HURRAH Text/Photo Galleries: Biographies - 1.Charles Vidor - Director 2.Rita Hayworth - Star 3.Glenn Ford - Star


~K (Hate) (Excitement)
~Q Hate is a very exciting emotion.
~A Rita Hayworth
~F Gilda
~Y (1946)

~K (Hate)
~Q I hate so much, I think I’m going to die from it.
~A Rita Hayworth
~F Gilda
~Y (1946)

~K (Limitations)
~Q If I'd been a ranch, they would have named me the Bar Nothing.
~A Rita Hayworth
~F Gilda
~Y (1946)

~K (Attachments) (Husbands) (Drawbacks)
~Q Pardon me, but your husband is showing.
~A Glenn Ford
~F Gilda
~Y (1946)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q Honey, this is no place to start.
~A Tom Ewell
~F The Girl Can't Help It
~Y (1956)

~K (Coffee)
~Q I figure you for strong coffee.
~A Jayne Mansfield
~F The Girl Can't Help It
~Y (1956)

~K (Fun) (Reciprocation)
~Q I had fun with you and I thought you were having fun with me, too.
~A Jayne Mansfield
~F The Girl Can't Help It
~Y (1956)

~K (Gift) (Freebie)
~Q This one's on me.
~A Jayne Mansfield
~F The Girl Can't Help It
~Y (1956)

~K (Memory) (Names)
~Q You know me -- vague on names.
~A Tom Ewell
~F The Girl Can't Help It
~Y (1956)

~K (Values) (Self-worth)
~Q I haven’t had any education, all right. I look like a hotsy totsy, all right. Nobody ever cared two who’s if I amount to anything or not, all right. But, I care.
~A Jean Harlow
~F The Girl from Missouri
~Y (1934)

~K (Affairs)
~Q If they wanted ladies, they’d be home with their wives.
~A Patsy Kelly
~F The Girl from Missouri
~Y (1934)

~K (Vandals) (Destruction) (Anarchy)
~Q I can't help it. I'm a compulsive vandal.
~A Elvis Presley
~F Girl Happy
~Y (1965)

~K (Fights)
~Q You fight when I say, you're gonna fight who I say.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Gladiator
~Y (1992)

~K (Torture) (Beating)
~Q Aw, don't I get to smack Baby no more?
~A William Bendix
~F The Glass Key
~Y (1942)

~K (Society)
~Q He's practically given me the key to his house.
Yeah, a glass key. Be sure it doesn't break up in your hand.
~A Brian Donlevy
~A Alan Ladd
~F The Glass Key
~Y (1942)

~K (Children)
~Q Listen. There are reasons why I can't turn around and look. . . but is there a little kid heading in here?
~A Gene Rowlands
~F Gloria
~Y (1980)

~K (Decisions)
~Q I'm gonna do it.
~A Mathew Broderick
~F Glory
~Y (1989)

~K (Fighting) (Rest)
~Q There's more to fighting than rest, sir. There's character. There's strength of heart.
~A Mathew Broderick
~F Glory
~Y (1989)

~K (Family)
~Q Y'all's the onliest family I got.
~A Denzel Washington
~F Glory
~Y (1989)

~K (Guns)
~Q You're handy with a gun.
~A Mathew Broderick
~F Glory
~Y (1989)

~K (Money) (Naiveté)
~Q Don't be naive, boy. That's a lot of money.
~A Jerry Orbach
~F A Gnome Named Gnorm
~Y (1994)

~K (Past) (Yesterday)
~Q The past is a foreign country. They do things differently there.
~A Michael Redgrave
~F The Go-Between
~Y (1970)

~K (Available) (Attraction)
~Q She’s going to attract a lot of attention. She’s got what I call, er. . . it’s a quality of availability. she’s not particularly pretty. It’s -- a warmth some women have. It makes every man in the audience think he can make her if he only knew her.
~A Bert Freed
~F The Goddess
~Y (1957)

The Godfather Collection The Godfather Collection

Available for the first time on DVD, The Godfather Collection will be 5 Disc set, including a full 3hours on the final Disc that features:: - The Godfather Family : A Look Inside - Gordon Willison Cinematography - The Music of The Godfather - Storyboards from The Godfather II and III - Additional Scenes - The Corleone Family Tree, plus much much more.


~K (History)
~Q If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught us anything, it says you can kill anyone.
~A Al Pacino
~F The Godfather: Part II
~Y (1974)

~K (Offers) (Negotiations)
~Q My offer is this -- nothing! Not even the fee for the gambling license, which I would appreciate if you would put up personally.
~A Al Pacino
~F The Godfather: Part II
~Y (1974)

~K (Family)
~Q Senator, we're both a part of the same hypocrisy, but never think it applies to my family.
~A Al Pacino
~F The Godfather: Part II
~Y (1974)

~K (News)
~Q I've got big news for you, pal.
~A Nick Adams
~F Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
~Y (1966)

~K (Information)
~Q Tell me about it, baby.
~A Nick Adams
~F Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
~Y (1966)

Going My Way/Holiday Inn Going My Way/Holiday Inn

Double Feature! GOING MY WAY - The classic musical starring Bing Crosby as Father O'Malley, who is sent to help out a mortgage-ridden parish. HOLIDAY INN - Featuring Irving Berlin's memorable hit song, White Christmas.


~K (Drink)
~Q Do you have a wee drop of the creature about?
~A Bing Crosby
~F Going My Way
~Y (1944)

~K (Food)
~Q Just a small portion of everything.
~A Barry Fitzgerald
~F Going My Way
~Y (1944)

~K (Home) (Belonging)
~Q Maybe you wouldn't mind letting me stay.
~A Barry Fitzgerald
~F Going My Way
~Y (1944)

~K (Cold)
~Q You ought to take something to warm you up.
~A Bing Crosby
~F Going My Way
~Y (1944)

~K (Intelligence) (Intellectuals)
~Q We're intellectual opposites. I'm intellectual, and you're opposite.
~A Mae West
~F Goin' to Town
~Y (1935)

~K (Riches) (Money) (Fortune)
~Q I do not seek fortune.
~A Rock Hudson
~F The Golden Blade
~Y (1953)

~K (Sex) (Preparation)
~Q No more foreplay.
~A Pierce Brosnan
~F Golden Eye
~Y (1995)

~K (Witticism) (Comments)
~Q Choose your next witticism carefully. . . it may be your last.
~A Gert Frobe
~F Goldfinger
~Y (1964)

~K (Expectations) (Death)
~Q Do you expect me to talk?
No, Mr. Bond. I expect you to die.
~A Sean Connery
~A Gert Frobe
~F Goldfinger
~Y 1964

~K (Gold) (Jewelry)
~Q This is gold, Mr. Bond. All my life I’ve been in love with its color, its brilliance, its divine heaviness.
~A Gert Frobe
~F Goldfinger
~Y 1964

~K (Food) (Animal) (Door)
~Q If it's the wolf, we'll eat it.
~A Aline MacMahon
~F Golddiggers of 1933
~Y (1933)

~K (Killing) (Threats)
~Q I'd like to wring your neck. I'd like to wash it first then give it a good wring -- a ring you could hear for miles and miles.
~A W.C. Fields
~F The Golf Specialist
~Y (1930)

~K (Obvious)
~Q It's like carrying something or another, somewhere or another, as the case may be.
~A W.C. Fields
~F The Golf Specialist
~Y (1930)

~K (Naiveté)
~Q Now, if you could stay just as simple as you are, you'd be invaluable to me. . .
~A Adolphe Menjou
~F The Goldwyn Follies
~Y (1938)

Gone With the Wind Gone With the Wind

One of the great cinematic achievements, technically as well as in enduring appeal, this is a movie that keeps finding an audience with every successive generation (it was restored--somewhat controversially--and re-released theatrically in 1998). The story and characters are familiar to even the most casual moviegoer: an indomitable Southern belle (Leigh) loves and loses and loves again a slyly dashing war profiteer as she struggles to protect her family and beloved plantation, Tara, from the ra


~K (Tomorrow)
~Q After all, tomorrow is another day.
~A Vivien Leigh
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Motivation) (Hunger)
~Q As God is my witness. . . they're not going to lick me. I'm going to live through this, and when it's all over, I'll never be hungry again. . . if I have to lie, steal, cheat or kill! As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again.
~A Vivien Leigh
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Ambivalent)
~Q Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn!
~A Clark Gable
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Abilities)
~Q I can do anything.
~A Butterfly McQueen
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Birth)
~Q I don't know nothin' 'bout birthin' babies, Miss Scarlett.
~A Butterfly McQueen
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Mother) (Home)
~Q I'm going home. I want my mother.
~A Vivien Leigh
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Manners)
~Q Sir, you should have made your presence known.
~A Vivien Leigh
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Fashion) (Breasts)
~Q You can’t show your bosom ‘fore three o’clock.
~A Hattie McDaniel
~F Gone with the Wind
~Y (1939)

~K (Optimism)
~Q Hey, lady, you're a real optimist.
~A Cindy Pickett
~F The Goodbye Bird
~Y (1993)

~K (Happiness)
~Q I couldn't be happier for you.
~A Marsha Mason
~F The Goodbye Girl
~Y (1977)

~K (Happiness) (Delight)
~Q I hope I'm calling the right number.
~A Richard Dreyfuss
~F The Goodbye Girl
~Y (1977)

~K (Love)
~Q Listen, I can't stand you, but you got a ten year old in there I'm nuts about. . .
~A Richard Dreyfuss
~F The Goodbye Girl
~Y (1977)

~K (Friendship)
~Q If I've lost your friendship, there's nothing else that I value.
~A Robert Donat
~F Goodbye, Mr. Chips
~Y (1939)

~K (Aging)
~Q In my mind you remain boys -- I shall always remember you.
~A Robert Donat
~F Goodbye, Mr. Chips
~Y (1939)

Good, the Bad and the Ugly, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, The

Leone's grandiloquent, shambling tribute to the American Western. Set during the Civil War, it follows the seemingly endless adventures of three dirtbags in search of a cache of Confederate gold buried in a nameless grave.


Man With No Name Gift Set

Boxed Set that contains three timeless Eastwood films, A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS, FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE and THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY. See individual titles for more infomation.


~K (Ingratitude)
~Q Such ingratitude after all the times I've saved your life.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
~Y (1966)

~K (Marriage) (Matrimony)
~Q Did it ever occur to you that some people might want something besides matrimony?
Sure, if it gets 'em a husband.
~A Louise Allbritton
~A Louise Beavers
~F Good Morning, Judge
~Y (1943)

~K (Men)
~Q My, my, what a man.
~A Louise Beavers
~F Good Morning, Judge
~Y (1943)

Good Morning, Vietnam Good Morning, Vietnam

Amidst the controversy of the Vietnam War, non-conformist deejay Adrian Cronauer, imported by the army for an early a.m. radio show, blasts the formerly staid, sanitized airwaves of Saigon with a constant barrage of rapid-fire humor and the hippest tunes from back home. Academy Award Nominations: Best Actor--Robin Williams.


~K (Early) (Time)
~Q It's 0600. What does the "O" stand for? Oh, my God, it's early.
~A Robin Williams
~F Good Morning Vietnam
~Y (1988)

~K (Mothers)
~Q Your mom, my mom, what the hell, we'll both miss her.
~A Macaulay Culkin
~F The Good Son
~Y (1993)

~K (Quality time) (Family)
~Q Let's spend some real quality time together.
~A Goofy
~F A Goofy Movie
~Y (1994)

Graduate Graduate

One word - Plastic.


~K (Conversation) (Strange)
~Q . . . if you don't mind me saying so, this conversation is getting a little strange.
~A Dustin Hoffman
~F The Graduate
~Y (1967)

~K (Seduction)
~Q Mrs. Robinson, you're trying to seduce me, aren't you?
~A Dustin Hoffman
~F The Graduate
~Y (1967)

~K (Exhaustion)
~Q I think that I’ve never been so tired in my life.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Grand Hotel
~Y (1932)

~K (Alone)
~Q I want to be alone. . . I think I never have been so tired.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Grand Hotel
~Y (1932)

~K (Excitement) (Boredom)
~Q People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.
~A Lewis Stone
~F Grand Hotel
~Y (1932)

~K (Soul)
~Q . . . a fella ain't got a soul of his own, just a little piece of a big soul, the one big soul that belongs to everybody. . .
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Direction) (Clarity)
~Q He was like a lantern -- he helped me to see things, too.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Philosophy)
~Q I'll be around in the dark, I'll be everywhere you look. . . wherever there's a cop beating a guy, I'll be in the way guys yell when they're mad, I'll be in the way kids laugh when they're hungry and they know supper's ready, and when the people are eating stuff they raised, living in the houses they build, I'll be there, too.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Philosophy)
~Q I'm just trying to get on without shovin' anybody, that's all.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Hiding)
~Q Nobody ever told me I'd be hiding out at my own place.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Mad)
~Q There comes a time when a man gets mad. They're working away at our spirits, they're trying to make us cringe and crawl, working on our decency.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Fear)
~Q We keep a-comin'; We're the people that live. They can't wipe us out. They can't lick us. We'll go on forever. . . 'cause we're the people.
~A Jane Darwell
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Change)
~Q Well, . . . woman can change better'n a man. Man lives -- well, in jerks. Baby born or somebody dies, that's a jerk. With a woman, it's all one flow, like a stream -- little eddies, little waterfalls -- but the river, it goes right on. Woman looks at it that way.
~A Jane Darwell
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Anticipation)
~Q You're about to bust a gut to know what I done, ain't ye?
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Grapes of Wrath
~Y (1940)

~K (Names)
~Q That's my name don't wear it out.
~A John Travolta
~F Grease
~Y (1978)

~K (Automobiles)
~Q Why, this car could be systematic, hydromatic, ultramatic. Why, it could be Grease Lightning.
~A John Travolta
~F Grease
~Y (1978)

~K (Bears) (Blood)
~Q You see, once a bear gets a taste for blood, it craves it, it needs it. It will do anything it can to get it. That bear has become a man eater.
~A John Candy
~F Great Outdoors
~Y (1988)

~K (Women) (Wine)
~Q Some women are like sweet Sauterne, some are warm like Burgundy. . .
~A Cornel Wilde
~F The Greatest Show on Earth
~Y (1952)

~K (Trapeze)
~Q We're not people up there, we're like two streaks of light with wings.
~A Betty Hutton
~F The Greatest Show on Earth
~Y (1952)

~K (Sick leave)
~Q You can't put. . . people out of work because the world has a stomachache!
~A Charlton Heston
~F The Greatest Show on Earth
~Y (1952)

~K (God) (Jesus)
~Q Truly, this man was the Son of God.
~A John Wayne
~F The Greatest Story Ever Told
~Y (1965)

~K (Crooks) (Criminals)
~Q I am not a crook.
~A Richard Basehart
~F The Great Bank Hoax
~Y (1977)

~K (Accidents) (Crooks) (Criminals)
~Q Something unbelievable has happened to me lately. I'm a crook.
~A Paul Sand
~F The Great Bank Hoax
~Y (1977)

~K (Late)
~Q This show should have been on the road a half hour ago.
~A Arthur Godfrey
~F The Great Bank Hoax
~Y (1977)

~K (Timing)
~Q Timing, my friends, it all depends on the timing.
~A Arthur Godfrey
~F The Great Bank Hoax
~Y (1977)

~K (Partnerships)
~Q We're in it together.
~A Burgess Meredith
~F The Great Bank Hoax
~Y (1977)

~K (Witness)
~Q You have me for a witness.
~A Burgess Meredith
~F The Great Bank Hoax
~Y (1977)

~K (Democracy) (Liberty) (Equality)
~Q Today democracy, liberty and equality are words to fool the people.
~A Henry Daniell
~F The Great Dictator
~Y (1940)

~K (Money)
~Q Money is the only thing that counts.
~A Henry Hull
~F The Great Gatsby
~Y (1949)

~K (Steps)
~Q I've got to have more steps. I need more steps. I've got to get higher. . . higher.
~A William Powell
~F The Great Ziegfeld
~Y (1936)

~K (Law)
~Q Out here, due process is a bullet.
~A John Wayne
~F The Green Berets
~Y (1968)

~K (Elephants) (Animals)
~Q The elephants have been restless again.
~A Gerard Depardieu
~F Green Card
~Y (1990)

~K (Lights)
~Q Bright light! Bright light!
~A Gizmo
~F Gremlins
~Y (1984)

Groundhog Day Groundhog Day

Frank Capra meets Rod Serling in this high concept comedy that thoroughly follows through on its premise. As a cynical weatherman, Murray finds himself trapped by a blizzard he failed to predict and doomed to repeat the worst day of his life until he discovers the key to moving his life forward.


~K (Names) (Faces) (Memory)
~Q Don't tell me you don't remember me 'case I sure as heckfire remember you.
~A Stephen Tobolowsky
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

~K (Routine)
~Q What would you do if everyday was the same and you were stuck here and you couldn't get out and nothing you did mattered?
That about sums it up for me.
~A Bill Murray
~A Rick Ducommun
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

~K (Goals)
~Q What if nothin mattered? Jeez, I know what I'd do. I'd just spend all my time drivin' fast, gettin' loaded and gettin' laid. That's it.
That's it. It just doesn't get any better than this, does it? Good friends, good conversation and quality brew. Drink up, boys. ~A Rick Ducommun
~A Bill Murray
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

~K (Cities) (Places) (Locations) (Punxsutawney)
~Q Oh, it's an enchanted place. A magical world. It's the Constantinople of the whole Western Appalachian-Susquehanna Drainage system.
~A Bill Murray
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

~K (Romance)
~Q I've been waiting for you every day for ten thousand years. I dream of you every night of my life. You've been my constant weapon against total despair, and just knowing you exist has kept me alive.
~A Bill Murray
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

~K (Time)
~Q You can waste time, you can kill time, you can do time, but if you use it wisely, there's never enough of it. So you'd better make the most of the time you've got.
~A Bill Murray
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

~K (Romance) (Love)
~Q I know a guy like me could never deserve to have someone like you, but if I did, I swear I would love you for the rest of my life.
~A Bill Murray
~F Groundhog Day
~Y (1993)

Grumpier Old Men Grumpier Old Men

This sequel to 1993's Grumpy Old Men finds the crochety seniors still full of venom for each other, even when a gorgeous Italian woman moves in and threatens to turn their local bait store into a restaurant.


Grumpy Old Men Gift Set

Includes Grumpy Old Men and Grumpier Old Men


~K (Methods) (Reliability)
~Q Well, you gotta stick with what works.
~A Walter Mathau
~F Grumpier Old Men
~Y (1995)

~K (Negative) (Domestic violence)
~Q My wife said, "no," just before I threw her out the window.
~A Don Johnson
~F Guilty as Sin
~Y (1993)

~K (Lies) (Liars)
~Q You know, I actually believe you. Liars are seldom this blunt or ridiculous.
~A Rebecca De Mornay
~F Guilty as Sin
~Y (1993)

~K (Ennui) (Pain) (Boredom)
~Q Everything in these forty-eight states hurts me!
~A Peggy Cummins
~F Gun Crazy
~Y (1949)

~K (Guns)
~Q I've just got to have a gun.
~A John Dall
~F Gun Crazy
~Y (1949)

~K (Fate)
~Q I wouldn't have it any other way.
~A John Dall
~F Gun Crazy
~Y (1949)

~K (Likes) (Shooting)
~Q So what else do you like to do but shoot?
That's been enough so far.
~A Peggy Cummins
~A John Dall
~F Gun Crazy
~Y (1949)

~K (Torture) (Pride)
~Q Take him to the tower and teach him the error of false pride.
~A Eduardo Ciannelli
~F Gunga Din
~Y (1939)

~K (Snakes)
~Q See them down there, coiling and wiggling, sticking their pretty tongues out. . .
~A Eduardo Ciannelli
~F Gunga Din
~Y (1939)

~K (Fashion) (Clothes)
~Q You're looking very regimental, Din.
~A Cary Grant
~F Gunga Din
~Y (1939)

~K (Trees) (Forests)
~Q I've never seen such good timber.
~A Gilbert Roland
~F Guns of the Timberland
~Y (1960)

~K (Negotiations) (Decisions)
~Q We'd better decide fast.
~A Jeanne Crain
~F Guns of the Timberland
~Y (1960)

Guys and Dolls Guys and Dolls

Brando's bold musical debut based on the Runyon comedy--adapted by director Mankiewicz--about gamblers and a Salvation Army lass. Sky Masterson [Brando], veteran gambler, takes a bet from Sinatra that he can win the heart of a soldier in the Salvation Army. With Loesser tunes including Luck Be a Lady, and Blaine, Kaye, Pully and Silver reprising their Broadway roles, the Cinemascope film earned four Academy Award Nominations:Cinematography [color], Art Direction [color], Costume, Scoring of a Mu


~K (Relationships) (Dating)
~Q The companionship of a doll is a pleasant thing, even for a period of time running into months.
~A Marlon Brando
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Interest) (Speeches)
~Q Did you notice how this time a lot of them stayed 'til you were almost half-way through your talk?
~A Regis Toomey
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Hate) (Disappointment)
~Q Everybody in the whole world who hates me is now here.
~A Frank Sinatra
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Paradise) (Gambling)
~Q For two weeks, I gambled in green pastures. The dice were my cousins and the dolls were agreeable with nice teeth and no last names.
~A Marlon Brando
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Gold) (Happiness)
~Q Gold is not enough.
~A Jean Simmons
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Failure)
~Q I can't do the job that has to be done. I'm a failure.
~A Jean Simmons
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Money) (Fortune)
~Q I could make a fortune. But to make a fortune, I need a fortune.
~A Frank Sinatra
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Business) (Patronage)
~Q . . . I would dislike to take my trade elsewhere, but I am loaded and looking for action.
~A Sheldon Leonard
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Fathers)
~Q It is an advantage to have a successful father.
~A Johnny Silver
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Impulse)
~Q It was a friendly impulse. I lost my head.
~A Johnny Silver
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Drinking) (Gambling)
~Q Let us give you the strength to stop your drinking -- to stop your gambling.
~A Jean Simmons
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Advice) (Bets) (Philosophy)
~Q One of these days in your travels, a guy is going to show you a brand new deck of cards, on which the seal is not yet broken. Then this guy is going to offer to bet you that he can make the Jack of Spades jump out of this brand new deck of cards and squirt cider in your ear. But, son, you do not accept this bet because as sure as you stand there, you are going to wind up with an ear full of cider.
~A Marlon Brando
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Clothes) (Gifts)
~Q Take back your mink from whence it came.
~A Vivian Blaine
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Doubt)
~Q This I do not believe.
~A Stubby Kaye
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Speeches)
~Q This is no place to make a speech, and I'm not going to try.
~A Jean Simmons
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Unhappiness) (Emptiness)
~Q You don't want to be told how unhappy you are. You don't want to be told about the emptiness of your lives.
~A Jean Simmons
~F Guys and Dolls
~Y (1955)

~K (Reasons) (Mothers)
~Q I thought you did it for me, Mama!
~A Natalie Wood
~F Gypsy
~Y (1962)


























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