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It Happened One Night - 1934 Movie Quotes


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  1) Oh yeah! 2) you know, if you keep this up we're not going to get anywhere 1) Oh yeah! 2) Ok, you got me...yeah! (full quote)
14129 (singing) young people in love are very seldom hungry! (full quote)
14129 (singing) young people in love are very seldom hungry! (full quote)
8563 I come from a long line of stubborn idiots. (full quote)
8563 Why don't you jam it down her throat? (full quote)
7016 your idea of strategy is to use a lead pipe. (full quote)
7016 I've won a lot of arguments with a lead pipe. (full quote)
7016 Is my chariot ready? (full quote)
7016 You wouldn't know a newspaper story if it reached up and kicked you in the pants. (full quote)
8563 make way for the king! Long live the king! (full quote)
8563 what she needs is a guy that'd take a sock to her once a day - whether it's coming to her or not. If you had half the brains you're supposed to have you'd have done it yourself long ago. (full quote)
10929 --I asked you a simple question. Do you love her? --Yes! But don't hold that against me, I'm a little screwy myself! (full quote)
10929 --Why didn't you take off all your clothes? You could have stopped forty cars. --Well, ooo, I'll remeber that when we need forty cars. (full quote)
10929 --Your ego is absolutely colossal. --Yeah, yeah, not bad, how's yours? (full quote)
10929 --You're just a headline to me. --A headline? You're not a newspaper man are you? --Chalk up one for your side. (full quote)
8563 I never did like the idea of sitting on newspapers. I did it once, and all the headlines came off on my white pants. On the level - it actually happened! Nobody bought a paper that day. They just followed me all over town and read the news off the seat of my pants. (full quote)
8563 You know, there's nothing I like better than to meet a high-class mama that can snap back at ya. 'Cause the colder they are, the hotter they get. That's what I always say. Yes, sir. When a cold mama gets hot - boy, how she sizzles. Now you're just my type. Believe me, sister, I could go for you in a big way. (full quote)
8563 That upon which you sit is mine. (full quote)
8563 You may not like my nose, but I do. I always wear it out in the open where, if anyone wants to take a sock at it, they can do it. (full quote)
Arsey I'll stop that car, and I won't use my thumb! (full quote)
Arsey In a pig's eye, you will!...Hey listen monkey face, when you fired me, you fired the best newshound your filthy scandal sheet ever had...That was free verse, you gashouse palooka! (full quote)
Arsey Remember me? I'm the fellow you slept on last night. (full quote)
Arsey You'll never get away with it, Miss Andrews. (full quote)
Arsey Shapeley's the name - and that's the way I like 'em! (full quote)
Arsey Forget it. I didn't do it for you. His voice gets on my nerves. (full quote)
Arsey 1.Darn clever, these Armenians? 2.Yeah, it's a gift. 1.I just had the unpleasant sensation of hearing you referred to as my husband. 2.Oh yeah, I forgot to tell ya about that. I registered as Mr. and Mrs. 1.Oh, you did...Well, what am I expected to do? Leap for joy? 2.I kinda half expected you to thank me. (full quote)
Arsey That, I suppose, makes everything quite all right? (full quote)
Arsey 1.By the way, what's your name? 2.What's that? 1.Who are you? 2.Who me? (smiling) I'm the whippoorwill that cries in the night. I'm the soft morning breeze that caresses your lovely face. 1.You've got a name, haven't you? 2.Yeah, I got a name. Peter Warne. 1. Peter Warne. I don't like it. 2.Don't let it bother you. You're giving it back to me in the morning. 1.Pleased to meet you, Mr. Warne. 2.The pleasure is all mine, Mrs. Warne. (full quote)
Arsey 1.You know this is the first time in years I've ridden piggy-back. 2.This isn't piggy-back. 1.Course it is. 2.You're crazy. (full quote)
Arsey 1.Funny couple, ain't they? 2.Yeah. 1.If you ask me, I don't believe they're married. 2.They're married all right. I just seen the license. 1.They made me get them a rope and a blanket on a night like this. what do you reckon that's for? 2.Blamed if I know. I just brung 'em a trumpet. 1.A trumpet? 2.Yeah, one of them toy things. They sent me to the store to get it. 1.But what in the world do they want a trumpet for? 2.Dunno. (full quote)
Arsey That guy Warne is OK. He didn't want the reward. All he asked for was $39.60, what he spent on you. Said it was a matter of principle. You took him for a ride. He loves you Ellie. He told me so. You don't want to be married to a mug like Westley. I can buy him off for a pot of gold. And you can make an old man happy and you won't do so bad for yourself. If you change your mind, your car's waiting back at the gate. (full quote)