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Related: Culture Forums, Support Forums# Quiz Time! Movie lines...

What movie was this line from?

"I'll tell you what I know. Tell me if this sounds familiar. There was no dope on that boat."

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#### CurtEastPoint

(18,754 posts)#### Loryn

(947 posts)#### CurtEastPoint

(18,754 posts)#### Ptah

(33,108 posts)I pronounce you man and wife. Proceed with the execution.”

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)but I can't place it.

#### CaliforniaPeggy

(150,211 posts)#### Ptah

(33,108 posts)#### CaliforniaPeggy

(150,211 posts)I have seen that movie so many times...practically have the entire dialogue memorized!

#### Ptah

(33,108 posts)I think Humphrey Bogart had a successful career because

he looked so much like my father.

#### CaliforniaPeggy

(150,211 posts)That might very well be the case!

#### MiddleFingerMom

(25,163 posts).

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When they're having tea and Bogey's stomach starts growling?

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#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### AnneD

(15,774 posts)one of the best ever made.

#### NYC_SKP

(68,644 posts)#### ohiosmith

(24,262 posts)#### ohiosmith

(24,262 posts)#### Sedona

(3,774 posts)#### ohiosmith

(24,262 posts)#### NightWatcher

(39,343 posts)#### ohiosmith

(24,262 posts)#### arcane1

(38,613 posts)#### Sedona

(3,774 posts)#### ohiosmith

(24,262 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)The Usual Suspects

#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### aint_no_life_nowhere

(21,925 posts)#### tblue

(16,350 posts)#### aint_no_life_nowhere

(21,925 posts)#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)#### angel823

(409 posts)maybe?

Angel in Texas.

A most quotable film.

"He married out of love a woman out of legend. Never in Rome, Alexandria or Camelot has there been such a queen."

#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Aristus

(66,790 posts)If I had managed sons for him instead of all those little girls, I should still be stuck with being Queen of France, and we should not have known one another. Such, my angels, is the role of sex in history."

One of my all-time favorites!

#### In_The_Wind

(72,300 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### In_The_Wind

(72,300 posts)#### Angleae

(4,536 posts)#### In_The_Wind

(72,300 posts)Do you want to live forever?

This is actually a quote from Frederick the Great, to his soldiers at the Battle of Kolin ...

I have never had so much as now. All my life I've been alone. Many times I faced my death with no one to know. I would look into the huts and the tents of others in the coldest dark and I would see figures holding each other in the night, but I always passed by. You and I, we have warmth. That's so hard to find in this world. Please, let someone else pass by in the night.

All the gods, they cannot sever us. If I were dead and you were still fighting for life, I'd come back from the darkness. Back from the pit of hell to fight at your side.

To the hellfires with Thulsa Doom. He's evil; a sorcerer who can summon demons. His followers' only purpose is to die in his service... Thousands of them.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/1018360506#post19

#### Lil Missy

(17,865 posts)#### lunatica

(53,410 posts)Hannibal Lechter

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)Hannibal Lechter of course.

#### NightWatcher

(39,343 posts)#### Jade Fox

(10,030 posts)I saw that movie recently, and for some reason that line jumped out at me.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)I can watch that movie another 1000 times.

#### Demoiselle

(6,787 posts)#### tblue

(16,350 posts)but I can't place it. Wracking my brain.

Back to the Future?

#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)Second only to Bette Davis' signature line "What a dump!"

#### Demoiselle

(6,787 posts)Certainly the best screenplay ever written... Betty Davis, at a party, forewarning her companions that she is about to indulge in a little Ann Baxter chew-up. I can watch this movie again and again. Same with Casablanca.

It's like hearing a favorite piece of music -- can't do it enough!

#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)#### First Speaker

(4,858 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### First Speaker

(4,858 posts)...terrific, underestimated film noir from 1946...

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### tblue

(16,350 posts)???

Miss Trixie's maid, Imogene.

One of my favs.

Angel in Texas

#### tblue

(16,350 posts)#### clam happy

(36 posts)#### AnneD

(15,774 posts)Get Shorty?

#### clam happy

(36 posts)#### kudzu22

(1,273 posts)#### Bombero1956

(3,539 posts)Sean Connery

#### Bombero1956

(3,539 posts)"Not my night, You don't understand. I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum, which is what I am, let's face it. It was you, Charley."

#### siligut

(12,272 posts)"You take it from here, Slugger."

#### Demoiselle

(6,787 posts)Still gives me chills, makes me cry, the whole thing....

#### kudzu22

(1,273 posts)#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)#### AnneD

(15,774 posts)dancing around in my underware don't make me Madonna (in a thick Brooklyn accent)

#### trixicopper

(62 posts)in Working Girl.

#### Broken_Hero

(59,305 posts)still one of my favorite movies. I was always partial to the "you are not your bank account" speech.

#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)I loved both the book and the movie.

#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Boomerproud

(8,041 posts)Reply: "I bet you're sorry you won."

#### pink-o

(4,056 posts)He's a clean old man isn't he...?

Their first and their best. Still miss John

#### UncleYoder

(233 posts)#### hibbing

(10,144 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### krispos42

(49,445 posts)#### hibbing

(10,144 posts)#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)Peter O'Toole, Alan Swan. Great film, wonderful performance.

"This too is for ladies (zip), but every so often I have to run a little water through it."

#### AnneD

(15,774 posts)Peter O'Toole was wonderful.

#### Myrina

(12,296 posts)... and here's my favorite (probably WAAAAAAY too easy to ID)

"Dance with me, you little toad!"

#### RZM

(8,556 posts)Hint: It's the last line of the movie

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### RZM

(8,556 posts)#### Arctic Dave

(13,812 posts)So what, the fall is going to kill you anyways.

#### hibbing

(10,144 posts)#### Arctic Dave

(13,812 posts)It was the first thing that popped into my head.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### MiddleFingerMom

(25,163 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### TuxedoKat

(3,818 posts)This one is pretty easy.

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)Funny, I say that line a lot around my house, jokingly, and just recently my husband and teenager were watching Animal House and one of the sorority girls says that line and my daughter turned to me and said, "So that's where that line came from!"

#### RiffRandell

(5,909 posts)One of my favorite movies.

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### RiffRandell

(5,909 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)I dunno.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)#### Enrique

(27,461 posts)#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)#### krispos42

(49,445 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)Last edited Fri Apr 12, 2013, 06:28 PM - Edit history (1)

Orlando bloom swears an oath of knighthood. After he says I swear he is slapped across the face and told,"That's so you don't forget."

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)Except it's the '89 film.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### XRubicon

(2,213 posts)Pulp Fiction

#### XRubicon

(2,213 posts)Last edited Fri Apr 12, 2013, 06:45 PM - Edit history (1)

#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)...and children and houses and dogs, and, you know, they've all made themselves a part of something and they can talk about what they do. What am I gonna say? 'I killed the president of Paraguay with a fork. How've you been?' "

#### XRubicon

(2,213 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)It's "Grosse Pointe Blank" with John Cusack, Minnie Driver, Dan Aykroyd and Jeremy Piven.

Watch it, it's absolutely hilarious.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### Broken_Hero

(59,305 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)Which then leads to the exchange:

- Look, uh, can anyone just, um... live in these big houses with... with girls?

- Times have changed in the past thirty years, Tomás. We no longer swill sherry and screw goats for fun anymore. I'd love to tell you all about it, but we're cutting in on my nap time as it is.

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)#### Broken_Hero

(59,305 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Broken_Hero

(59,305 posts)#### petronius

(26,621 posts)B: "This ain't no ancient culture here, mister."

A: "Sometimes it is."

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### petronius

(26,621 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### In_The_Wind

(72,300 posts)The Green Mile

#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Broken_Hero

(59,305 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Broken_Hero

(59,305 posts)#### RiffRandell

(5,909 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### RiffRandell

(5,909 posts)There are so many great lines from that movie, it's hard to pick one.

Your line has me stumped.

#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)An easy one for lovers of old movie comedies...and those of us who grew up on them.

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)"The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle.

The chalice from the palace has the brew that is true!"

#### Wounded Bear

(58,995 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Lady Freedom Returns

(14,120 posts)I'm gonna get get laughed at. But if I don't call in a 98-miles-an-hour fastball,I'm gonna get fired."

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### Lady Freedom Returns

(14,120 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)You killed my father. Prepare to die.

#### flying rabbit

(4,665 posts)"Do you get a free bowl of soup with this hat?"

#### Honeycombe8

(37,648 posts)you take away everything he has, and everything he's ever gonna have.

#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)#### Honeycombe8

(37,648 posts)#### The Velveteen Ocelot

(116,520 posts)#### Lydia Leftcoast

(48,217 posts)#### The Velveteen Ocelot

(116,520 posts)Watched the DVD of the director's cut last night, now I have an earworm of the Requiem.

#### Honeycombe8

(37,648 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Honeycombe8

(37,648 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)... I wonder how you'd take to working in a pocket calculator."

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### LeftOfSelf-Centered

(776 posts)yay!

#### TexasBushwhacker

(20,340 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### TexasBushwhacker

(20,340 posts)#### TexasBushwhacker

(20,340 posts)Here's some kinetic typography, pretty cool.

The thing that amazes me is that the film was made almost 30 years ago, but what he said is still true.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### TexasBushwhacker

(20,340 posts)#### Mr.Bill

(24,438 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Mr.Bill

(24,438 posts)It's when one of the guards is putting Luke in the "box" for the night simply to keep him from running off because his mother died. He apologizes to Luke and says he's just doing his job.

#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)#### Logical

(22,457 posts)#### sakabatou

(42,318 posts)Last edited Mon Apr 15, 2013, 06:48 AM - Edit history (1)

#### Demo_Chris

(6,234 posts)#### pinboy3niner

(53,339 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)"That every time you have a thought it's gonna have to tip toe past my wedding ring."

#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### benld74

(9,928 posts)take it home and just get stoned to the bejeezus-belt that night.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)Caddyshack.

#### benld74

(9,928 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### benld74

(9,928 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### sarge43

(28,959 posts)A great film.

#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### bench scientist

(1,107 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)Failure to communicate...

Some people you just can't reach.

#### bench scientist

(1,107 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### bench scientist

(1,107 posts)They threw tomatoes. After the show, I had a nice salad. "

#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### Initech

(100,362 posts)#### raccoon

(31,173 posts)#### JonLP24

(29,322 posts)someone would end up dead"

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### Rhythm

(5,435 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)more than a shark loves blood. I swear.

#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### discntnt_irny_srcsm

(18,496 posts)Try this:

#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### Callmecrazy

(3,065 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### zeeland

(247 posts)#### exxo1111

(55 posts)#### zeeland

(247 posts)"Hi, my name is Frank and I'm an alcoholic."