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~K (Soldiers)
~Q I'm learning what it is to be a soldier's wife.
~A Cary Grant
~F I Was a Male War Bride
~Y (1949)

~K (Birthdays)
~Q All I can say is thanks to everybody again for remembering me on my birthday.
~A Fredric March
~F The Iceman Cometh
~Y (1973)

~K (Speeches)
~Q Bejeeses, Iím no good at speeches.
~A Fredric March
~F The Iceman Cometh
~Y (1973)

~K (Apathy)
~Q I took a seat in the grandstand of philosophical detachment to fall asleep observing the cannibals do their death dance.
~A Robert Ryan
~F The Iceman Cometh
~Y (1973)

~K (Old-age)
~Q Only donít think because Iím 60, Iíll be a bigger damned-fool-easy-mark than ever.
~A Fredric March
~F The Iceman Cometh
~Y (1973)

~K (Apologies)
~Q Sorry to bust your chops.
~A Woody Harrelson
~F I'll Do Anything
~Y (1994)

~K (Integrity)
~Q What's the going price on integrity this week?
~A Orson Welles
~F I'll Never Forget What's 'is Name
~Y (1967)

~K (Marriage)
~Q Can't you get the justice to marry us?
Oh, all right, but just this once.
~A Lewis Howard
~A Margaret Hamilton
~F I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now
~Y (1940)

~K (Truth)
~Q Everything I've told you is true.
~A Gloria Talbott
~F I Married a Monster from Outer Space
~Y (1958)

~K (Insanity)
~Q I almost wish I were insane.
~A Gloria Talbott
~F I Married a Monster from Outer Space
~Y (1958)

~K (Assistance) (Help)
~Q I need help.
~A Gloria Talbott
~F I Married a Monster from Outer Space
~Y (1958)

~K (Aliens) (Strangers) (Opponents) (Badges)
~Q They don't wear badges you know.
~A Maxie Rosenbloom
~F I Married a Monster from Outer Space
~Y (1958)

~K (Stature) (Little)
~Q I'm not so little. I'm just as high as your heart.
~A Veronica Lake
~F I Married a Witch
~Y (1942)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q Aren't you a little late getting started?
~A John Gavin
~F Imitation of Life
~Y (1959)

~K (Careers) (Advancement)
~Q I'm going up and up and up, and nobody's gonna pull me down!
~A Lana Turner
~F Imitation of Life
~Y (1959)

~K (Reservations) (Love)
~Q You've given me everything but yourself.
~A Sandra Dee
~F Imitation of Life
~Y (1959)

~K (Personal)
~Q Do you mind if I get personal?
I don't mind if you get familiar.
~A Cary Grant
~A Mae West
~F I'm No Angel
~Y (1933)

~K (Trust)
~Q If I could only trust you.
Hundreds have.
~A Cary Grant
~A Mae West
~F I'm No Angel
~Y (1933)

~K (Sophistication) (Dating)
~Q I like sophisticated men to take me out.
I'm not really sophisticated.
You're not really out yet, either.
~A Kent Taylor
~A Mae West
~F I'm No Angel
~Y (1933)

~K (Men)
~Q It's not the men in my life, but the life in my men.
~A Mae West
~F I'm No Angel
~Y (1933)

~K (Orders) (Menial)
~Q . . . peel me a grape.
~A Mae West
~F I'm No Angel
~Y (1933)

~K (Decency)
~Q You haven't a streak of decency in you.
I don't show my good points to strangers.
~A Gertrude Michael
~A Mae West
~F I'm No Angel
~Y (1933)

~K (Love) (Romance)
~Q I lived a few weeks while you loved me.
~A Gloria Grahame>BR> ~F In a Lonely Place
~Y (1950)

~K (Direction) (Leadership) ~Q Follow me. I know exactly where Iím going.
~A Pauly Shore
~F In the Army Now
~Y (1994)

~K (Orders) (Decisions) (Results) (Outcome)
~Q You have to tell us what to do.
What if Iím wrong?
Then we die.
~A Lori Petty
~A Pauly Shore
~F In the Army Now
~Y (1994)

~K (Bartering) (Selling) (Negotiations)
~Q And you ask me how could it be? Why such a deal? Because weíre crazy boys. Weíre giving it away.
~A Pauly Shore
~F In the Army Now
~Y (1994)

~K (Drugs) (Pain)
~Q The morphine the better.
~A Esai Morales
~F In the Army Now
~Y (1994)

~K (Happiness)
~Q You ought to be damned pleased with yourselves.
~A Lynn Whitfield
~F In the Army Now
~Y (1994)

~K (Negotiations) (Winning)
~Q Itís a win-win situation.
~A Pauly Shore
~F In the Army Now
~Y (1994)

~K (Offers)
~Q Suppose I offered you one million dollars for one night with your wife. . .
~A Robert Redford
~F Indecent Proposal
~Y (1993)

Independence Day - Special Edition Independence Day - Special Edition

Specially priced 2-disc set. One of the biggest box office hits of all time delivers the ultimate encounter when mysterious and powerful aliens launch an all-out invasion against the human race. The spectacle begins when massive spaceships appear in Earth's skies. but wonder turns to terror as the ships blast down destructive beams of fire. Now the world's only hope lies with a determined band of survivors, uniting for one last strike against the invaders - before it's the end of all mankind.


~K (Nearness) (Aliens)
~Q Now thatís what I call a close encounter.
~A Will Smith
~F Independence Day
~Y (1996)

~K (Desires) (Wants) (Needs)
~Q I have got to get me one of these!
~A Will Smith
~F Independence Day
~Y (1996)

~K (The past) (Beliefs) (Accomplishments)
~Q Who cares what you believe? I care about what you've done.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
~Y (1989)

~K (Action) (Preparation) (Questions)
~Q No time for questions, just action.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
~Y (1989)

~K (The present)
~Q Trouble is--there's no getting away from the present.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
~Y (1989)

~K (Talking)
~Q I'm allowing you to tag along, so why don't you give your mouth a rest. . .
~A Harrison Ford
~F Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
~Y (1984)

~K (Size)
~Q Everybody's so big.
~A David Keith
~F The Indian in the Cupboard
~Y (1995)

~K (Reality)
~Q You are so real.
~A Hal Scardino
~F The Indian in the Cupboard
~Y (1995)

~K (People)
~Q You can't use people.
~A Hal Scardino
~F The Indian in the Cupboard
~Y (1995)

~K (Magic)
~Q You should not do magic you do not understand.
~A Litefoot
~F The Indian in the Cupboard
~Y (1995)

~K (Camping) (Suntans)
~Q I forgot how good you are at all this camp stuff. I was never good at it. I always had a good tan, though. . . that's important.
~A Elizabeth Perkins
~F Indian Summer
~Y (1993)

~K (Attitudes)
~Q I plan on being nothing but delightful this whole week, so I would appreciate it if you don't pin an attitude on me until I've earned it.
~A Elizabeth Perkins
~F Indian Summer
~Y (1993)

~K (Death) (Relationships)
~Q Death ends a life. But it does not end a relationship.
~A Gene Hackman
~F I Never Sang for My Father
~Y (1969)

~K (Affairs)
~Q How dare he make love to me and not be a married man.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Indiscreet
~Y (1958)

Inherit The Wind Inherit The Wind

A teacher is jailed for teaching evolution in the South bringing two legal giants, one an athiest and one a creationist, to battle for more than the teacher's fate in a sweltering southern courtroom. This first rate drama was based on the real Scopes Trial in which Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryant were the attorneys. Gene Kelly plays H.L. Mencken. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Actor--Spencer Tracy, Best (Adapted) Screenplay.


~K (Hell) (Devil)
~Q Hello, Devil. Welcome to Hell.
~A Gene Kelly
~F Inherit the Wind
~Y (1960)

~K (Dreams)
~Q What do you dream about? What. . . what do you need?
~A Spencer Tracy
~F Inherit the Wind
~Y (1960)

~K (Emotions)
~Q What warms you? What touches you?
~A Spencer Tracy
~F Inherit the Wind
~Y (1960)

~K (Alone)
~Q Youíre all alone. When you go to your grave, there wonít be anybody to pull the grass up over your head. Nobody to mourn you. Nobody to give a damn. Youíre all alone.
~A Spencer Tracy
~F Inherit the Wind
~Y (1960)

~K (Children) (Safety)
~Q From now on, we must never let them out of our sight.
~A Deborah Kerr.
~F The Innocents.
~Y (1961)

~K (Help) (Assistance) (Missionary work).
~Q I can help out there..
~A Ingrid Bergman.
~F Inn of the Sixth Happiness.
~Y (1958)

~K (Jobs) (Money).
~Q I'm cleaning a lazy woman's kitchen this afternoon, bless her.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Inn of the Sixth Happiness
~Y (1958)

~K (Beautiful)
~Q Once in her life, every woman should have that said to her. I thank you for being the one who said it to me.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Inn of the Sixth Happiness
~Y (1958)

~K (Teachers) (Careers)
~Q I want to be a teacher, that's all.
~A Bradford Dillman
~F In Love and War
~Y (1958)

~K (Yesterday) (Tomorrow) (Common)
~Q That's all people have in common -- yesterday and tomorrow.
~A France Nuyen
~F In Love and War
~Y (1958)

~K (Lust) (Dancing)
~Q This character's got to dance or take a cold shower.
~A Sheree North
~F In Love and War
~Y (1958)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q When do we hit the beach, baby.
~A Robert Wagner
~F In Love and War
~Y (1958)

~K (Barbers)
~Q A woman has as much right to be a barber as a man. This business needs new blood.
Well, you don't have to take mine!
~A Mable Todd
~A Lou Costello
~F In Society
~Y (1944)

~K (Graves) (Presidents)
~Q I see you standing over the grave of another dead president.
~A John Malkovich
~F In the Line of Fire
~Y (1993)

~K (Darkness) (Demons)
~Q What do you see in the dark when the demons come out?
~A Clint Eastwood
~F In the Line of Fire
~Y (1993)

~K (Fighting) (Reasons)
~Q Each of us knows twice as much about fighting, and each of us has twice as good a reason to fight.
~A Noel Coward
~F In Which We Serve
~Y (1942)

~K (Death) (Glory)
~Q If they had to die, what a grand way to go!
~A Noel Coward
~F In Which We Serve
~Y (1942)

~K (Service) (Employees) (Co-workers)
~Q I should like to add that there isn't one of you that I wouldn't be proud and honored to serve with again.
~A Noel Coward
~F In Which We Serve
~Y (1942)

~K (Hell) (Others)
~Q Hell is other people.
~A Richard Gere
~F Intersection
~Y (1993)

~K (Advantages)
~Q I guess that's what you call a home court advantage.
~A Lolita Davidovich
~F Intersection
~Y (1993)

~K (Boats)
~Q My uncle used to say, "Being on a boat is like being in jail with a chance of drowning."
~A Lolita Davidovich
~F Intersection
~Y (1993)

~K (Lines) (Stories) (Introductions)
~Q Why don't we just trade stories?
I think I've heard yours.
~A Richard Gere
~A Lolita Davidovich
~F Intersection
~Y (1993)

~K (Kindness) (Perfection)
~Q Yes, this is it. This is the one I was looking for.
~A Richard Gere
~F Intersection
~Y (1993)

~K (Self-awareness)
~Q You are what you are.
~A Tom Cruise
~F Interview with the Vampire
~Y (1994)

~K (Aliens)
~Q Why do we always expect them to come in metal ships?
~A Veronica Cartwright
~F Invasion of the Body Snatchers
~Y (1978)

INVISIBLE MAN INVISIBLE MAN

DVD Features Region 1 Full Frame - 1.33 Single Side - Dual Layer Audio: Dolby Digital Mono 2.0 - English Additional Release Material: Documentary - Now You See Him Audio Commentary - Tom Weaver - Film Historian Text/Photo Galleries: Stills/Photos - Production Stills Production Notes Biographies - Cast & Crew DVD-ROM Features: Weblin


~K (Drugs)
~Q The drugs I took seemed to light up my brain.
~A Claude Rains
~F The Invisible Man
~Y (1933)

~K (Nosiness) (Meddling)
~Q I meddled in things that man must leave alone.
~A Claude Rains
~F The Invisible Man
~Y (1933)

~K (Knowledge)
~Q I shall offer my secret to the world. I will sell it for millions.
~A Claude Rains
~F The Invisible Man
~Y (1933)

~K (Drugs) (Explosives) (Bombs)
~Q Just a few chemicals, mixed together. That's all it takes.
~A Claude Rains
~F The Invisible Man
~Y (1933)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q We'll start with a few murders. Big men. Little men. Just to show we make no distinction.
~A Claude Rains
~F The Invisible Man
~Y (1933)

Ipcress File

Michael Caine plays master spy Harry Palmer, in this mystery thriller about an undercover gang who brainwash England's leading scientists.


~K (Promotion)
~Q Is this a promotion, sir?
~A Michael Caine
~F The Ipcress File
~Y (1965)

~K (Times) (Relativity)
~Q Well, I figure since time doesn't exist, why wear a watch?
~A Tim Robbins
~F I.Q.
~Y (1994)

~K (Risks) (Death)
~Q What could happen? So you die a little.
~A Tim Robbins
~F I.Q.
~Y (1994)

~K (Life) (Death) (Bankruptcy)
~Q I believe you die when you can't stand it anymore -- you take as much as you can and then you die.
~A Meryl Streep
~F Ironweed
~Y (1987)

~K (Drink) (Sex)
~Q I'm not a drunk and I'm not a whore, and I never let a man use me for money. . .
~A Meryl Streep
~F Ironweed
~Y (1987)

~K (Betrayal) (Morals)
~Q I never ever betrayed anybody and that's what counts.
~A Meryl Streep
~F Ironweed
~Y (1987)

~K (Wine)
~Q What if I did drink too much wine -- whose business is that anyway?
~A Meryl Streep
~F Ironweed
~Y (1987)

~K (Drink)
~Q Who knows how much I didn't drink?
~A Meryl Streep
~F Ironweed
~Y (1987)

~K (Animals) (Horses)
~Q The horse's four legs are in front? What's those things in back -- crutches?
~A Lou Costello
~F It Ain't Hay
~Y (1942)

~K (Motherhood) (Animals)
~Q How can a he be a mudder?
~A Lou Costello
~F It Ain't Hay
~Y (1942)

~K (Friends) (Fear)
~Q Don't be afraid. Your friend will be all right.
~A Russell Johnson
~F It Came From Outer Space
~Y (1953)

~K (Surveillance)
~Q I feel uneasy. As if we were being watched.
~A Barbara Rush
~F It Came From Outer Space
~Y (1953)

~K (Boats)
~Q It was a ship! I saw it!
~A Richard Carlson
~F It Came From Outer Space
~Y (1953)

~K (Information) (Knowledge)
~Q I wish now I'd kept my mouth shut.
~A Richard Carlson
~F It Came From Outer Space
~Y (1953)

~K (Hiding) (Physical attributes)
~Q Why do you hide behind other people's bodies?
~A Richard Carlson
~F It Came From Outer Space
~Y (1953)

It Could Happen to You It Could Happen to You

When a New York police officer offers half of a lottery ticket as a tip for a waitress in a diner, the gratuity ends up being worth over $2 million in this wacky romantic comedy.


~K (Information)
~Q I've got something to tell you.
~A Nicolas Cage
~F It Could Happen to You
~Y (1994)

~K (Division)
~Q Why'd you stop at half? Why didn't you just give her all the money?
~A Rosie Perez
~F It Could Happen to You
~Y (1994)

~K (Fairy Tale)
~Q What you did was like a fairy tale.
~A Bridgett Fonda
~F It Could Happen to You
~Y (1994)

It Happened One Night It Happened One Night

A sparkling, legendary romantic comedy based on the story Night Bus by Samuel Hopkins Adams about a news reporter and a runaway heiress who fall in love while traveling cross country on a bus. Academy Awards: 5, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor--Clark Gable, Best Actress--Claudette Colbert, Best Adapted Screenplay.


~K (Writing) (Books)
~Q Expert! Iím going to write a book about it.
~A Claudette Colbert
~F It Happened One Night
~Y (1934)

~K (Recognition) (Automobiles)
~Q Why didnít you take all your clothes off? You could have stopped 40 cars.
~A Clark Gable
~F It Happened One Night
~Y (1934)

~K (Age) (Job)
~Q He's been a young man in my office for a long time.
~A Vittorio De Sica
~F It Started in Naples
~Y (1960)

~K (Lawyers) (Pigs)
~Q I'm a lawyer.
You're a pig.
A man can be a lawyer and a pig at the same time.
~A Vittorio De Sica
~A Sophia Loren
~F It Started in Naples
~Y (1960)

~K (Change) (Stability)
~Q Well, I'm sure nothing's changed.
~A Clark Gable
~F It Started in Naples
~Y (1960)

~K (Actress)
~Q You see, I'm really an actress.
~A Sophia Loren
~F It Started in Naples
~Y (1960)

~K (Fashion)
~Q I donít want people I donít know to see me without a hat. . .
~A Olga Tchekowa
~F The Italian Straw Hat
~Y (1928)

It's a Wonderful Life It's a Wonderful Life

A good but slightly ineffectual man tries to off himself after an error that really wasn't his fault. In Christmas carol fashion, his crusty-but-lovable guardian angel shows up to give him a tour of the world without his presence, and it isn't a pretty place. Moral courage, small-town American life, civic cooperation, and family love are glorified; corporate greed and self-involvement are vilified; at the climax, a blanket of snow like spun sugar makes everything pure and clean like redemption i


Christmas Collector's Pack Christmas Collector's Pack

DVD holiday twinpack that contains the classic Christmas films THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S and IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE. See individual titles for contributors and notes.


~K (Starting-over)
~Q Get me back. Get me back. I don't care what happens to me. Get me back to my wife and kids.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q How does anything like this start?
~A Thomas Mitchell
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Job) (Offers)
~Q I don't need twenty-four hours. I don't have to talk to anyone. I know right now. The answer is no! No! If you offered me a million to stay in this town and play stooge for you, the answer would still be no.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Adventure)
~Q I'm going out exploring some day, you watch.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Change) (Small towns)
~Q Nothing ever changes here, don't you know that?
~A Thomas Mitchell
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Convictions)
~Q . . . you'll always be one of those blasted little men with tough convictions. The kind that hasn't got sense enough to get out of the way.
~A Lionel Barrymore
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Position) (Money)
~Q You sit here and spin your webs and think the whole world revolves around you and your money. Well, it doesn't. . . In the vast configuration of things I'd say you were nothing but a scurvy little spider.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful Life
~Y (1946)

~K (Luck) (Possession)
~Q Are you keeping the car?
Yeah, for good luck.
~A Claudette Colbert
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Killing)
~Q Have you killed a number of people?
Not yet.
~A Claudette Colbert
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Needs)
~Q I need you as much as I need a giraffe.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Oaths)
~Q I swear by my eyes.
~A Claudette Colbert
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Money) (Goals)
~Q Once you start after ten million, you have to keep going.
~A Sidney Blackmer
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Apples)
~Q They're tame apples, you don't have to shoot them.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Money)
~Q Will you love me a little bit more when I'm a ten million dollar widow?
~A Frances Drake
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Disliked)
~Q You're the most loathsome human being I've ever met.
Same to you.
~A Claudette Colbert
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Poets)
~Q You're a poetess, huh? Well, I dunno. . . I guess some people are just born unlucky.
~A James Stewart
~F It's a Wonderful World
~Y (1939)

~K (Manners)
~Q What are manners? Little rules for little people!
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F It's Love I'm After
~Y (1937)

~K (Life) (Begging)
~Q Don't beg for my life.
~A Susan Hayward
~F I Want to Live!
~Y (1959)

~K (Dying) (Fear)
~Q I'm not afraid to die.
~A Susan Hayward
~F I Want to Live!
~Y (1959)

~K (Hands-off)
~Q . . . nobody's going to go pawing all over me. I'm through with all that stuff.
~A Susan Hayward
~F I Want to Live!
~Y (1959)

~K (Coming out)
~Q Don't badger me! You will walk among people when I feel the time is ready!
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Normal) (Teenagers)
~Q He'll pass for a normal, quite attractive teenager.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Knowledge)
~Q I know what's best for you.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Sewing)
~Q I know you have a civil tongue in your head -- I sewed it there myself.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Teenagers)
~Q It seems we have a very sensitive teenager on our hands.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Thoughtfulness)
~Q I was thinking of your welfare entirely.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Supplies)
~Q Now I have to get two hands and a right leg.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Youth) (Salvation)
~Q The old are dying and dead. The whole trend is towards death. . . Only in youth is there any hope for the salvation of mankind.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Frankenstein
~Y (1957)

~K (Partnerships)
~Q I'm the pilot, you're the passenger.
~A Whit Bissell
~F I Was a Teenage Werewolf
~Y (1957)


























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