Here is today’s Classic Film Quotes Quiz (please find answers below):
- “You can see now?”
“Yes. I can see now.”
- “And what’s more, I’m going down to that convention and I’m going to tell those people exactly what you and your fine-feathered friends are trying to cook up for them.”
- “If I could reach as high as my father’s shoestrings, my whole life would be justified. And I would stand before you proudly, instead of as the thief and coward that I am. A coward because I postponed until now what I should have told you a year ago when I was discharged from the Marine Corps for medical unfitness. A coward because I did not want my mother to know it.”
- “Behold the walls of Jericho.”
- “Always the same. People come. People go. Nothing ever happens.”
- “You despise me don’t you?”
“Oh, if I gave you any thought I probably would.”
- “I’m sorry for your trouble, Mrs. McPhillip.”
- “Sawyer, you’re going out a youngster, but you’ve got to come back a star.”
- “We only wanted to live, you and I. If they threw away these rifles and these uniforms, you could be my brother.”
- “Use the phone? I’ll lay you even money you can’t get in the room.”
Here are the answers to today’s classic film quotes quiz. How did you do?
Charlie Chaplain as a tramp to Virginal Cherrill as a blind girl in City Lights (1931); Gary Cooper as Long John Willoughby (John Doe) to Edward Arnold as D.B. Norton in Meet John Doe (1941); Eddie Bracken as Woodrow Truesmith in Hail the Conquering Hero (1944); Clark Gable as Peter Warne to Claudette Colbert as Ellie Andrews in It Happened One Night (1935); Lewis Stone as Dr. Otternschlag in Grand Hotel (1932); Peter Lorre as Ugarte and Humphrey Bogart as Rick Blaine in Casablanca (1943); Victor McLaglen as Gypo Nolan to Una O’Connor as Mrs. McPhillip in The Informer (1935); Warner Baxter as Julian Marsh to Ruby Keeler as Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street (1933); Lew Ayres as Paul Baumer to Raymond Griffith as Gerard Duval in All Quiet on the Western Front (1930); Groucho Mark as Otis B. Driftwood to a girl looking to enter the crowded stateroom in A Night at the Opera (1935).