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Lion in Winter, The - 1968 Movie Quotes


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4921 King Henry had no sons. He had three whiskered things but he disowned them. (full quote)
3225 What family doesn't have its ups and downs (full quote)
7885 If I went up in blazes, there's not a living soul who would pee on me to put the fire out. (full quote)
  We're a very knowledgeable family. (full quote)
13604 I've blundered onto peace. (full quote)
8563 Well, what shall we hang - the holly or each other? (full quote)
8563 Henry's bed is Henry's provence. He can people it with sheep for all I care. Which, on occasion, he has done. (full quote)
7016 I don't much like our children. (full quote)
7016 Time hasn't done a thing but wrinkle you. (full quote)
8563 I know. YOu know I know. I know you know I know. We know Henry knows. And Henry knows we know it. We're a knowledgeable family. (full quote)
  And how is the queen? Decaying, I suppose. (full quote)
7016 You're still a marvel of a man. (full quote)
8563 How about eternal peace? Now there's a thought. (full quote)
8563 You're so deceitful you can't ask for water when you're thirsty. We could tangle spiders in the webs you weave. (full quote)
8563 You look fit. War agrees with you. I keep informed. I follow all your slaughters from a distance. (full quote)
8563 And as for Richard's wedding day, we'll see the second coming first. The needlework alone can last for years. (full quote)
10929 Do you think there's any chance of it? (full quote)
  Of course he has a knife. He always has a knife. We all have knives. It's 1183 and we're barbarians. (full quote)
JessHays H: The day those three agree on anything is the day pigs will have wings! E: There'll be pork in the treetops come the morning. (full quote)
JessHays John: Poor John! Who says poor John? Don't everybody sob at once! My God, if I went up in flames there's not a living soul who'd pee on me to put the fire out! Richard: Let's strike a flint and see. (full quote)
JessHays E: You don't dare leave! H: Say that again at noon, you'll say it to my horse's ass! (full quote)
JessHays (looking in mirror) what a pretty girl. How could her king have left her? (full quote)
JessHays I made Louis take me on Crusade. I dressed my maids as Amazons and rode bare-breasted halfway to Damascus. Louis had a seizure and I damn near died of windburn... but the troops were dazzled! (full quote)
JessHays Kings, queens, knights everywhere you look and I'm the only pawn. I haven't got a thing to lose--that makes me dangerous. (full quote)
JessHays (holding jewels to neck and speaking to them) I'd hang you from my nipples ... but you'd shock the children. (full quote)
JessHays E: what would you have me do? Give out? Give up? Give in? H: Give me a little peace. E: A little? Why so modest? How about eternal peace? Now there's a thought. (full quote)
JessHays He had a mind like Aristotle ... and a form like mortal sin. (full quote)
JessHays E: How dear of you to let me out of prison. H: It's only for the holidays! (full quote)
8563 Is this an audience, a goodnight hug with kisses or an ambush? (full quote)
8563 I scheme a lot, I know. I plot and plan. That's how a queen in prison spends her time. But there is more to me than that. (full quote)
  1) And when you die, which is regrettable but necessary, what will happen to frail Alice and her plumy prince? You can't think Richard is going to wait for your grotesque to grow. 2) You wouldn't let him do a thing like that. 1) Let him? I'd push him through the nursery door. 2) Well, I'm not that cruel. 2) Don't fret. We'll wait until you're dead to do it. 1) Eleanor, what do you want? 2) Just what you want, a king for a son. You can make more; I can't. You think I want to disappear? One son is all I've got, and you can blot him out and call me cruel? For these ten years you've lived with everything I've lost, and loved another woman through it all, and I am cruel? I could peel you like a pear and God Himself would call it justice! (full quote)
  1) Well, wish me luck. I'm off. 2) To Rome? 1) That's where they keep the pope. 2) You don't dare go! 1) I'll be rid of you by Easter. 2) You go. You'll go to Rome, they'll rise against you. 1) Who will? 2) Richard, Geoffrey, John and Eleanor of Aquitaine. 1) That will be the day that pigs have wings. 2) There will be pork in the treetops come morning. (full quote)
38943 Louis took me on crusade...I dressed my maids as amazons and rode barebreasted halfway to Damascus...I damn near died of windburn...but the troops were dazzled. (full quote)
  I married for love a woman out of legend. (full quote)
Braveheart In a world where carpenters get resurrected, everything is possible. (full quote)
Braveheart I could peel you like a pear and God himself would call it justice! (full quote)
Braveheart I'm 50 now. good God, boy, I'm the oldest man I know! I've got a decade on the pope! (full quote)
10929 Do you think there's any chance of it? (full quote)
10929 We're off to Rome to see the Pope. (full quote)
  R: How did we get here? E: Step by step (full quote)
  1) I want peace. 2) Piss on your peace. (full quote)
10929 How dear of you to let me out of jail. (full quote)