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~K (Values) (Individuals)
~Q The men I see don't want a woman. They want me to be a thing. They want me to be a pillow. Or a table. Or a pet rabbit.
~A Sigourney Weaver
~F Half Moon Street
~Y (1986)

Hand That Rocks the Cradle Hand That Rocks the Cradle

A seemingly perfect nanny is hired by a family who doesn't realize that her husband was the mother's gynecologist who killed himself after being accused of molesting her. Now this nanny wants a family of her own, after a healthy helping of revenge.


~K (Motherhood)
~Q The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.
~A Julianne Moore
~F The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
~Y (1992)

~K (Philosophy) (Retribution)
~Q I firmly believe what comes around goes around.
~A Rebecca De Mornay
~F The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
~Y (1992)

~K (Women) (Power)
~Q Never ever let another woman take a power position in your own house. . . it's bad business.
~A Rebecca De Mornay
~F The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
~Y (1992)

Hang 'Em High Hang 'Em High

The first spaghetti western made in America (sans Leone) and Eastwood's first star vehicle made outside Europe. Eastwood's innocent cowboy miraculously survives his own hanging and then treks across the frontier to bring his hangmen to justice. Highly entertaining, featuring in small parts Bruce Dern, Dennis Hopper, and cowboy veteran Bob Steele (F Troop) as a dungeon prisoner.


~K (Hell) (Places) (Oklahoma)
~Q Some people call this hell, but you're still in Oklahoma Territory.
~A Ben Johnson
~F Hang 'Em High
~Y (1968)

~K (Coffee)
~Q That hanging rope didn't kill you, maybe my coffee will.
~A Pat Hingle
~F Hang 'Em High
~Y (1968)

~K (Hanging) (Lay-off) (Firing)
~Q When you hang a man you better look at him.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Hang 'Em High
~Y (1968)

~K (Funerals)
~Q You chained him, now you bury him.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Hang 'Em High
~Y (1968)

~K (Money) (Philanthropist)
~Q You sound like a man trying to give away money.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Hang 'Em High
~Y (1968)

~K (Killing)
~Q You kill men for money.
You know a better reason?
~A Raquel Welch
~A Robert Culp
~F Hannie Caulder ~Y (1971)

~K (Returning)
~Q I can go back now.
~A Christopher Plummer
~F Hanover Street
~Y (1979)

~K (Incidents) (Romance)
~Q I can't act like nothing happened. There's not enough time.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Hanover Street
~Y (1979)

~K (Departures)
~Q I don't want you to go.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Hanover Street
~Y (1979)

~K (Goodness) (Courage)
~Q I know who you are. You're a good and brave man.
~A Christopher Plummer
~F Hanover Street
~Y (1979)

~K (Drums) (Instruments) (Legend)
~Q He's very fussy about his drums, you know. They loom large in his legend.
~A George Harrison
~F A Hard Day's Night
~Y (1964)

~K (Pay) (Money) (Advertising)
~Q How much am I getting to sell this axle grease?
~A Ruth Donnelly
~F Hard to Handle
~Y (1933)

~K (Bank) (Blood)
~Q I'm going to take you to the bank. . . to the Blood Bank.
~A Steven Seagal
~F Hard to Kill
~Y (1989)

~K (Misses) (Errors)
~Q I missed. I never miss. They must have been smaller than I thought.
~A Steven Seagal
~F Hard to Kill
~Y (1989)

~K (Fight) (Defense)
~Q I was raised in the Orient, and as a young white boy over there, I needed to learn how to fight. . .
~A Steven Seagal
~F Hard to Kill
~Y (1989)

~K (Patients) (Cute)
~Q You're my cutest patient, but you're not my only one.
~A Steven Seagal
~F Hard to Kill
~Y (1989)

~K (Value)
~Q You were nothing when I picked you up and you'll be even less when I drop you.
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F Harlow
~Y (1965)

~K (Adventure)
~Q Live! Otherwise you got nothing to talk about in the locker room.
~A Ruth Gordon
~F Harold and Maude
~Y (1971)

~K (Wives) (Food) (Diets)
~Q Buried three of 'em. Good women, bad diets.
~A Arthur Hunnicutt
~F Harry and Tonto
~Y (1974)

~K (Reality)
~Q I've wrestled with reality for. . . years, and I'm happy. . . I finally won out over it.
~A James Stewart
~F Harvey
~Y (1950)

~K (Lessons)
~Q Myrtle Mae, you have a lot to learn, and I hope you never learn it.
~A Josephine Hull
~F Harvey
~Y (1950)

~K (Friends) (Strangers)
~Q We came as strangers -- soon we have friends.
~A James Stewart
~F Harvey
~Y (1950)

~K (Drink)
~Q . . . we sit in the bars. . . have a drink or two. . . and play the juke box. Very soon the faces of the other people turn towards me and they smile.
~A James Stewart
~F Harvey
~Y (1950)

~K (Death) (Alone)
~Q I donít want to die alone.
~A Richard Todd
~F The Hasty Heart
~Y (1949)

~K (Thanks)
~Q You done a thing that numbs my belly.
~A Richard Todd
~F The Hasty Heart
~Y (1949)

~K (Discussion) (Talking)
~Q I can't do this. I can't do this right now.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Heartburn
~Y (1986)

~K (Appearances)
~Q I don't want to look like this.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Heart of Midnight
~Y (1990)

~K (Life)
~Q My life's a joke.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Heart of Midnight
~Y (1990)

~K (Ugly)
~Q U-g-l-y, you ain't got no alibi. You're ugly. Uh-huh, Ugly.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Heart of Midnight
~Y (1990)

~K (Risk)
~Q Yes, it's a terrible risk. . . and I'm taking it.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Heart of Midnight
~Y (1990)

~K (Cheating)
~Q You couldn't even pay cash like a normal philanderer.
~A Meryl Streep
~F Heartburn
~Y (1986)

~K (Sex) (Visiting)
~Q And he came twice -- I shall see to it he never comes a third time.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F The Heiress
~Y (1949)

~K (Greed)
~Q He came back with the same lies, the same silly phrases. He has grown greedier with the years. The first time he only wanted my money, and now he wants my love, too.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F The Heiress
~Y (1949)

~K (Anticipation) (Longing)
~Q He must come, he must take me away, he must love me, he must.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F The Heiress
~Y (1949)

~K (Learning)
~Q I've known you all your life and I've yet to see you learn anything. . .
~A Ralph Richardson
~F The Heiress
~Y (1949)

~K (Cruelty)
~Q Yes, I can be very cruel, for I have been taught by masters.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F The Heiress
~Y (1949)

~K (Romance)
~Q You're everything I've ever yearned for in a woman.
~A Montgomery Clift
~F The Heiress
~Y (1949)

~K (Clothes) (Comfort)
~Q Would you be shocked if I put on something more comfortable?
~A Jean Harlow
~F Hell's Angels
~Y (1930)

~K (Media) (Entertainment) (Movies)
~Q You can't hurt me. I always wear a bullet-proof vest around the studio.
~A Elisha Cook
~F Hellzapoppin
~Y (1942)

~K (Service) (Restaurants)
~Q Don't stand here, you'll get run over by a waiter.
~A Barbra Streisand
~F Hello Dolly
~Y (1969)

~K (Charming)
~Q I don't want to be charming.
~A Walter Mathau
~F Hello Dolly
~Y (1969)

~K (Arguing) (Decisions) (Discussion)
~Q It's no use arguing, I've made up your mind.
~A Barbra Streisand
~F Hello Dolly
~Y (1969)

~K (Life)
~Q Isn't the world full of wonderful things?
~A Michael Crawford
~F Hello Dolly
~Y (1969)

~K (Rage)
~Q Abate thy rage, abate thy manly rage.
~A Robert Newton
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Gambling) (Success)
~Q Base is the slave that pays.
~A Robert Newton
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Procrastination)
~Q Come, come away! The sun is high, and we outwear the day.
~A Leo Genn
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Defeat) (Shame)
~Q The devil take order now! Iíll to the throng. Let life be short, else shame will be too long.
~A Leo Genn
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Humility) (Humble)
~Q His eyes are humbler than they used to be.
~A Griffith Jones
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Age)
~Q How ill white hairs become a fool and jester!
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Anger) (Time)
~Q I should be angry with you, if the time were convenient.
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Defense) (Opponents)
~Q In cases of defense, Ďtis best to weigh the enemy more mighty than he seems.
~A Max Adrian
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Peace) (War) (Conflict)
~Q In peace thereís nothing so becomes a man
As modest stillness, and humility,
But when the blast of war blows in our ears,
Then imitate the action of the tiger.
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (King) (Elvis)
~Q The King is full of grace and fair regard.
~A Felix Aylmer
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Food)
~Q Let floods oíerswell, and fiends for food howl on!
~A Robert Newton
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Fate) (Knowledge)
~Q Let us deliver
Our puissance into the hand of God,
Putting it straight in expedition.
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Claim) (Statement) (Morals)
~Q May I with right and conscience make this claim?
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Assistance)
~Q Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.
~A Laurence Olivier

~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Fear)
~Q Perish the man whose mind is backward now!
~A Gerald Case
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Danger) (Courage)
~Q ĎTis true that we are in great danger, the greater therefore should our courage be.
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Flattery)
~Q What drinkíst thou oft, instead of homage sweet, but poisoned flattery?
~A Laurence Olivier
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Night) (Darkness)
~Q Will it never be morning?
~A Russell Thorndike
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Habits)
~Q You know me by my habit.
~A Ralph Truman
~F Henry V
~Y (1945)

~K (Head tables) (Presents) (Honor)
~Q You'll be sitting at the head table, for the present.
Am I going to get a present?
~A Ben Lyon
~A W.C. Fields
~F Her Majesty, Love
~Y (1931)

~K (Cocky) (SOB)
~Q Cocky little son of a bitch.
~A James Caan
~F Hide in Plain Sight
~Y (1980)

~K (Children)
~Q If they were your kids how do you suppose you'd feel?
~A James Caan
~F Hide in Plain Sight
~Y (1980)

High Noon High Noon

Cooper is Hollywood's perfect hero, the very embodiment of integrity and grace in this greatest of Westerns. As a newly married town marshal, he must balance an innate sense of justice and duty with loyalty to his beautiful new--and pacifist--bride when he is left by an ungrateful town to face a gang of deadly outlaws alone. As we watch spellbound, film time is real time as the showdown grows ever closer. A masterpiece. Frequently interpreted as a parable about artists left to stand alone.


~K (Cowardice)
~Q It's no good. I've got to go back. They're making me run. I've never run from anyone before.
~A Gary Cooper
~F High Noon
~Y (1952)

~K (Life) (Marriage)
~Q Weíve got our whole lives ahead of us. Donít that mean anything to you?
~A Grace Kelly
~F High Noon
~Y (1952)

~K (Divorce)
~Q What will I do if you leave me?
~A Gary Cooper
~F High Noon
~Y (1952)

~K (Time) (Work)
~Q You know Iíve only got an hour and Iíve got lots to do.
~A Gary Cooper
~F High Noon
~Y (1952)

~K (Education) (Learning) (Minds)
~Q Minds are thirsty little sponges just waiting to soak up knowledge.
~A Jon Lovitz
~F High School High
~Y (1996)

~K (Connections) (Understanding)
~Q I think I may be reaching them.
~A Jon Lovitz
~F High School High
~Y (1996)

~K ((Earth) (Motion) (Stars)
~Q You know, sometimes when you're out in the night and you look up at the stars, you can almost feel the motion of the earth. It's like a little ball that's turning through the night with us hanging on to it.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F High Sierra
~Y (1941)

~K (Aging) (Time)
~Q I guess the years just got away from me.
~A Bing Crosby
~F High Time
~Y (1960)

~K (Character) (Bird)
~Q Well, ain't he a bird?
~A Fabian
~F High Time
~Y (1960)

~K (Attitude)
~Q I've got the perfect attitude.
~A John Denver
~F Higher Ground
~Y (1988)

~K (Work) (Job)
~Q I want you to do your job.
~A John Denver
~F Higher Ground
~Y (1988)

~K (Offers) (Negotiations)
~Q Think about my offer.
~A Richard Masur
~F Higher Ground
~Y (1988)

~K (Allies) (Team)
~Q We're on the same team.
~A John Denver
~F Higher Ground
~Y (1988)

~K (Plans)
~Q I can do without it, sir, but I think you've got other plans for me.
~A Sean Connery
~F The Hill
~Y (1965)

HIS GIRL FRIDAY HIS GIRL FRIDAY

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Full Screen - 1.33 Single Side - Dual Layer Audio: Dolby Digital Mono Additional Release Material: Audio Commentary - 1.Todd McCarthy - Film Critic Featurettes - 1.CARY GRANT: MAKING HEADLINES 2.THE INSIDE SCOOP: ROSALIND RUSSELL 3.REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: HOWARD HAWKS 4.THE FUNNY PAGES Trailers - 1.Original Theatrical Trailer Bonus Trailer - 1.BORN YESTERDAY 2.IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT.


~K (Interviews) (News)
~Q Now, you get this, you double-crossing chimpanzee. There ain't going to be an interview, and there ain't going to be a story. . .
~A Rosalind Russell
~F His Girl Friday
~Y (1940)

~K (Help)
~Q This is war -- you can't desert me now.
~A Cary Grant
~F His Girl Friday
~Y (1940)

~K (Predicaments) (Jam)
~Q That's the worst jam we've been in in a long time.
~A Rosalind Russell
~F His Girl Friday
~Y (1940)

~K (Death)
~Q I'm gonna die. . . Say it.
~A Rutger Hauer
~F The Hitcher
~Y (1985)

~K (Anticipation)
~Q I've been marking the days off on my calendar.
~A Charles Lang
~F Hit the Road
~Y (1941)

~K (Accolades)
~Q You've done a great job.
~A Barton MacLane
~F Hit the Road
~Y (1941)

~K (Work) (Job)
~Q If you think I'm going to the ranch to wash and cook and sew for a bunch of filthy cowboys, you're crazy.
~A Rita Hayworth
~F Hit the Saddle
~Y (1937)

~K (Lies) (Happiness)
~Q The lies I told were not too much to pay for one week's happiness.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F Hold Back the Dawn
~Y (1941)

~K (Small towns) (Service) (Duty)
~Q I live in a small town and we eat a the drugstore but we leave a tip just the same.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F Hold Back the Dawn
~Y (1941)

~K (Animals)
~Q I have a way with animals.
~A Lou Costello
~F Hold That Ghost
~Y (1941)

~K (Calm) (Excitement)
~Q Take it easy, don't get excited about this thing. Everything's all right. You have company here -- you're not alone.
~A Bud Abbott
~F Hold That Ghost
~Y (1941)

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 (Confidence)
~Q I wish I had your confidence. . . without your viewpoint.
~A Fred Astaire
~F Holiday Inn
~Y (1942)

~K (Willingness)
~Q The lady must've been willing.
~A Fred Astaire
~F Holiday Inn
~Y (1942)

~K (Love) (Lines) (Ability)
~Q You could melt her heart right down to butter.
~A Louise Beavers
~F Holiday Inn
~Y (1942)

~K (Baby sitting) (Rules)
~Q . . . I'm eating junk and watching rubbish. You better come out and get me.
~A Macaulay Culkin
~F Home Alone
~Y (1990)

~K (Music) (Organs)
~Q Wait till you see your fatherís organ. He canít keep his hands off it.
~A Anne Bancroft
~F Home for the Holidays
~Y (1995)

~K (Change) (Pace)
~Q Dear Lord, we realize that lately everythingís been changing too damned fast, and all sorts of things are always the same. Even things weíve hated like shoveling the turkey and stuffing the snow.
~A Charles Durning
~F Home for the Holidays
~Y (1995)

~K (Fighting)
~Q Into the house everyone before weíre in the evening news.
~A Anne Bancroft
~F Home for the Holidays
~Y (1995)

~K (Home) (Strangers)
~Q When you go home do you look around and wonder who are these people? Where do I even come from?
~A Holly Hunter
~F Home for the Holidays
~Y (1995)

~K (Dogs) (Cats)
~Q Dogs rule, cats drool.
~A Michael J. Fox
~F Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
~Y (1996)

~K (Exaggeration)
~Q You put the bull in bulldog.
~A Sally Field
~F Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
~Y (1996)

~K (Values)
~Q A man ought to do what he thinks is best.
~A John Wayne
~F Hondo
~Y (1953)

Honeymoon in Vegas Honeymoon in Vegas

Before Jack and Betsy take the plunge to become man and wife, Jack loses her in a poker game. In a wild, love-crazed pursuit to win her back, Jack flies from Vegas to Hawaii and then back to Vegas again hitching a return flight with the Flying Elvises (a group of sky-diving Elvis impersonators).


~K (Sideburns) (Hair)
~Q I haven't seen so many sideburns since West Side Story.
~A Nicolas Cage
~F Honeymoon in Vegas
~Y (1992)

~K (Negotiations)
~Q You think you're buying a washer and dryer?
~A James Caan
~F Honeymoon in Vegas
~Y (1992)

~K (Disagreements) (Negotiations)
~Q I got nothing against you and ten to one you got nothing against me, that canít be ironed out.
~A Clark Gable
~F Honky Tonk
~Y (1941)

~K (Complaints) (Suggestions)
~Q Iím glad to listen to your squawk, mister.
~A Clark Gable
~F Honky Tonk
~Y (1941)

~K (Americans) (Small towns)
~Q Americans live in the small towns.
~A John Russell
~F Hoodlum Empire
~Y (1952)

~K (Taxes)
~Q I been questioned and bothered by so many tax men Iím beginning to think they break the new ones in on me.
~A Claire Trevor
~F Hoodlum Empire
~Y (1952)

~K (Winning) (Losing)
~Q Sometimes I win and sometimes I lose.
~A Claire Trevor
~F Hoodlum Empire
~Y (1952)

~K (Children)
~Q What is this? Some sort of "Lord of the Flies" preschool?
~A Robin Williams
~F Hook
~Y (1991)

Hoosiers Hoosiers

Based on the incredible true story of how a small-town high school's basketball team became Indiana State Champs in 1954. This film follows the controversial outsider who came to town to teach high school history and coach basketball and who was not afraid to make big waves in a small pond. Academy Award Nominations: Best Supporting Actor--Dennis Hopper, Best Original Score.


~K (Indiana) (Basketball)
~Q I thought everybody in Indiana played basketball.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Hoosiers
~Y (1987)

~K (Basketball) (Defense)
~Q I've seen you guys can shoot, but there's more to the game than shooting. There's fundamentals and defense.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Hoosiers
~Y (1987)

~K (Motivation)
~Q We're way past Big Speech time.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Hoosiers
~Y (1987)

~K (Mustache)
~Q There's a man outside with a big black mustache.
Tell him I've got one.
~A Chico Marx
~A Groucho Marx
~F Horse Feathers
~Y (1932)

~K (Intelligence)
~Q You have the brain of a four-year-old child, and I'll bet he was glad to get rid of it.
~A Groucho Marx
~F Horse Feathers
~Y (1932)

~K (Family) (Names)
~Q You're a disgrace to our family name. . . if such a thing is possible.
~A Groucho Marx
~F Horse Feathers
~Y (1932)

~K (Doctors)
~Q You're greedy, unfeeling, inept, indifferent, self-inflating and unconscionable profitable. Aside from that, I have nothing against you. I'm sure you play a helluva game of golf.
~A George C. Scott
~F The Hospital
~Y (1971)

~K (Horses) (Sex)
~Q . . . when I saw ya dig your heels into his sides, tighten up the reigns and break his spirit, I never wanted to be a horse so much in my life.
~A Charlie Sheen
~F Hot Shots
~Y (1991)

~K (Lust) (Sex)
~Q I'm putty in your hands.
In my hands nothing turns to putty.
~A Charlie Sheen
~A Brenda Bakke
~F Hot Shots! Part Deux
~Y (1993)

~K (Torture)
~Q Look what they've done to your shoelaces!
~A Valeria Golino
~F Hot Shots! Part Deux
~Y (1993)

~K (Gifts)
~Q Why don't you buy me a Thighmaster? I've broken my last three.
~A Brenda Bakke
~F Hot Shots! Part Deux
~Y (1993)

~K (Faces)
Q Your face is always on the tip of my tongue.
~A Charlie Sheen
~F Hot Shots! Part Deux
~Y (1993)

~K (Prescriptions) (Orders)
~Q Do exactly as I say and we may be able to save her.
~A Peter Cushing
~F Horror of Dracula
~Y (1957)

~K (Illness) (Health)
~Q Now, don't you worry. We'll soon have you well, again.
~A Peter Cushing
~F Horror of Dracula
~Y (1957)

~K (Life)
~Q Brick and broken glass and an old garbage can -- that's the story of my life.
~A Alec Guiness
~F The Horses Mouth
~Y (1958)

~K (Philosophy) (Art) (Research)
~Q You have to know when you succeed, and when you fail, and why. Know thyself, in fact. In short, you have to think.
~A Alec Guiness
~F The Horses Mouth
~Y (1958)

HOUSE OF GAMES HOUSE OF GAMES

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Full Frame - 1.33 Letterbox - 1.66 Single Side - Single Layer Audio: Dolby Digital - English Dolby Digital - French Dolby Digital - Spanish Additional Release Material: Trailer - 1. Original Theatrical Interactive Features: Interactive Menus Scenes.


~K (Fun)
~Q But we've had fun, you must say that.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Salesman) (Consultant) (Con man)
~Q I'm a con man. That's what I am. . .
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Personal)
~Q It wasn't personal. Okay? And, really, funny as that sounds, I'm sorry that it happened. But it did, and we've all got to live in an imperfect world.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Soul) (Responsibility)
~Q Listen to me, because there's lots of things in the world, and there's many sides to each of us: good blood, bad blood, and somehow all those parts have got to speak. The burden of responsibility's just become too great.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Attention)
~Q Listen to what I'm going to tell you. . .
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Bad bets)
~Q Oh, you're a bad pony. And I'm not going to bet on you.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Last words)
~Q Thank you, sir. Can I have another?
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Direction)
~Q This is what you always wanted. I knew it the first time you came in. You're worthless, you know it. . . I knew it the first time you came in. You came back like a dog to its own vomit. You sought it out.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Adventure) (Life)
~Q What is life without adventure?
~A Lindsay Crouse
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Location)
~Q Where am I from? I'm from the United States of Kiss My Ass.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Bluffing) (Negotiations)
~Q You can't bluff someone who's not paying attention.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Manners) (Morals) (Acting)
~Q You say I acted atrociously. Yes I did. I do it for a living.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F House of Games
~Y (1987)

~K (Waiting)
~Q All these years you've been waiting alone in this cold empty tomb.
~A Vincent Price
~F The House of Seven Gables
~Y (1940)

~K (Gold) (Riches) (Happiness)
~Q Gold, gentlemen, is not unlike happiness -- it's where you find it.
~A Dick Foran
~F The House of Seven Gables
~Y (1940)

~K (Past) (History)
~Q In a short while the past will be a shadowy memory.
~A Vincent Price
~F The House of Seven Gables
~Y (1940)

~K (Reflections) (Beauty)
~Q Let my eyes be your mirror. In them your beauty will never fade.
~A Vincent Price
~F The House of Seven Gables
~Y (1940)

~K (Happiness) (Devotion)
~Q There can be no happiness without you.
~A Dick Foran
~F The House of Seven Gables
~Y (1940)

House on Haunted Hill House on Haunted Hill

The wealthy and eccentric owner of a haunted house offers a group of strangers a fortune ($50,000 to each person) if they spend one entire night in his ghost-infested domicile. While doing so, they are terrorized by decapitated human heads, crashing chandeliers, and enormous vats of lye. 1981's Saturday the 14th provides a raucous send-up of this Price spooker.


~K (Marriage)
~Q I like awake at night wondering why I married you.
~A Vincent Price
~F House on Haunted Hill
~Y (1958)

~K (Paths) (Direction) (Rescue) (Research)
~Q If I find a way out, Iíll come back and get ya.
~A Richard Long
~F House on Haunted Hill
~Y (1958)

~K (Marriage) (Wives)
~Q Of all my wives, youíre the least agreeable.
~A Vincent Price
~F House on Haunted Hill
~Y (1958)

~K (Serious)
~Q Now, donít tell me youíre taking all this seriously.
~A Richard Long
~F House on Haunted Hill
~Y (1958)

~K (Departures)
~Q Whatís the use of saying good night?
~A Elisha Cook
~F House on Haunted Hill
~Y (1958)

~K (Names) (Identity)
~Q Whereís whatís her name?
~A Elisha Cook
~F House on Haunted Hill
~Y (1958)

~K (Race) (White) (Language)
~Q Do me a favor. . . talk white.
~A Christopher Reid
~F House Party II
~Y (1991)

~K (Departures)
~Q I am packing my belongings in the shawl my mother used to wear when she went to the market, and I am going from my valley. And this time, I shall never return.
~A Irving Pichel
~F How Green Was My Valley
~Y (1941)

~K (Precognition) (Future)
~Q I knew this would happen. You knew this would happen.
~A John Lennon
~F How I Won the War
~Y (1967)

~K (Achievement) (Nice people)
~Q The bottom is loaded with nice people. Only cream and bastards rise.
~A Paul Newman
~F Hud
~Y (1963)

~K (Scoundrels)
~Q The only question I ever ask any woman is: "What time is your husband coming home?"
~A Paul Newman
~F Hud
~Y (1963)

Hudsucker Proxy Hudsucker Proxy

As Norville Barnes contemplates suicide from atop a New York skyscraper, he looks down on a city he thinks has betrayed him. Months earlier, a naive Norville travelled from his native Indiana to the Big Apple with dreams in his heart and determination on his mind. After landing a solid job at a big corporation, he was quickly promoted from mailroom clerk to company President. The honest, unsuspecting fellow failed to realize he was simply a pawn in a plot to undermine investor confidence.


~K (Business)
~Q Business is war, kid. Take no prisoners. Get no second chances.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hudsucker Proxy
~Y (1994)

~K (Human resources) (Workforce)
~Q Fire whoever you want. . . the problem is who you hire.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hudsucker Proxy
~Y (1994)

~K (Boardroom) (Discussion) (Private)
~Q I thought the boardroom would be a swell place to chat undisturbed.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hudsucker Proxy
~Y (1994)

~K (Appropriateness) (Usefulness)
~Q This is useful.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hudsucker Proxy
~Y (1994)

~K (Fall from grace) (Death)
~Q When you're dead, you stay dead.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hudsucker Proxy
~Y (1994)

~K (Career)
~Q You had a short climb up, a long way down.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hudsucker Proxy
~Y (1994)

~K (Competition) (Marriage)
~Q No tiger would let his mate be stolen. The human animal won't either. I'll fight.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Human Animal
~Y (1942)

~K (Divorce)
~Q Why don't you get a divorce and settle down?
~A Oscar Levant
~F Humoresque
~Y (1947)

~K (Feelings) (Statues)
~Q If only I had been made of stone, like you.
~A Charles Laughton
~F The Hunchback of Notre Dame
~Y (1939)

~K (Navy) (Boats)
~Q And once more, we play our dangerous game, a game of chess, against our old adversary, the American Navy.
~A Sean Connery
~F The Hunt for Red October
~Y (1990)

~K (Children)
~Q Chillun' know who loves 'em.
~A Beah Richards
~F Hurry Sundown
~Y (1967)

~K (Ultimate) (The best)
~Q I'm the best there is.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hustler
~Y (1961)

~K (Winning)
~Q It's a great feeling. When you're right and you know you're right. . . You make the shots that nobody's ever made before, you play the game the way that nobody's played.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Hustler
~Y (1961)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q You break.
~A Jackie Gleason
~F The Hustler
~Y (1961)


























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