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Cobweb, The - 1955 Movie Quotes

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10929 Can I give you a ride? (full quote)
10929 Seem to keep running into these things. (full quote)
10929 He's the Cezanne of psychos. (full quote)
10929 Artists are better off dead...they're not so troublesome. (full quote)
10929 They said Van Gogh was crazy because he killed himself. He couldn't sell a painting when he was alive, and now they're worth thirty million dollars. They weren't that bad then and they're not that good who's crazy? (full quote)
10929 Marriage is a funny business...We can starve or we can look for it outside. (full quote)
10929 You're supposed to be making me fit for normal life. What's normal? Yours? If it's a question of values, your values stink. Lousy middle-class, well-fed, smug existence. All you care about is a paycheck you don't earn and a beautiful thing to go home to every night. (full quote)
10929 Yesterday at school they asked Rosie what she wanted to be when she grew up. Like to know what she answered? 'A patient.' (full quote)
10929 Everybody's tilted around here. (full quote)
10929 --You can't tell the patients from the doctors. --Yes, I can. The patients get well. (full quote)
10929 Why don't you analyze my Oedipus complex or my lousy father? (full quote)
10929 --Since you mention my values, they include sitting here listening to the bull you throw at me and I don't say 'forget it' because one of my values is not to toss in the sponge on human commitments. --what a collection of junky platitudes. (full quote)