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Old Movie Quote - The Marx Brothers in A Night at the Opera

Here is today's Old Movie Quote Quiz (please find answers below):

 

  • “Personally, Veda’s convinced me that alligators have the right idea. They eat their young.”
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  • “What’s wrong with the way I talk? What’s the big idea? Am I dumb or something?”
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  • “You’ll never get rid of me, Toddy”
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  • “Is it true I don’t have to go back to the galleys? You — you let me go free?”
    “Free? When is a man free? I wish someone would tell me.”
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  • “That Casy. He might have been a preacher but he seen things clear. He was like a lantern. He helped me to see things clear.”
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  • “This is only slightly any of your business, my friend. Remember that.”
    “Hangin’ is any man’s business that’s around.”
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  • “There’ll be no locks or bolts between us, Mary Kate… except those in your own mercenary little heart!”
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  • “You must make your own life amongst the living and, whether you meet fair winds or foul, find your own way to harbor in the end. “
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  • “Whadda ya hear! Whadda ya say!”
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  • “You know the old saying — two’s company, five’s a crowd.”
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Here are the answers to today’s Old Movie Quotes quiz. How did you do?

 

 

Eve Arden as Ida Corwin in Mildred Pierce (1945); Boris Karloff as John Gray the Cabman to Henry Daniel as Dr. Wolfe MacFarlane in The Body Snatcher (1945); Jean Hagan as Lena Lamont in Singin’ in the Rain (1952); Frederic March as Jean Valjean and Cedric Hardwicke as Bishop Bienvenu in Les Miserables (1935); Henry Fonda as Tom Joad talking about John Carradine as Casy in The Grapes of Wrath (1940); William Eythe as Major Gerald Tetley and Henry Fonda as Gil Carter in The Ox-Bow Incident (1943); John Wayne as Sean Thornton to Maureen O’Hara as Mary Kate Danaher in The Quiet Man (1952); Rex Harrison as Captain Daniel Gregg to Gene Tierney as Lucy Muir in The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947); James Cagney as Rocky Sullivan in Angels with Dirty Faces (1938); Groucho Marx as Otis B. Driftwood in A Night at the Opera (1935).

 

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