“Make Way for Tomorrow” quotes

Movie Make Way for Tomorrow
Leo McCarey directed this movie in 1937
Title Make Way for Tomorrow
Year 1937
Director Leo McCarey
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
All actors – Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, Fay Bainter, Thomas Mitchell, Porter Hall, Barbara Read, Maurice Moscovitch, Elisabeth Risdon, Minna Gombell, Ray Mayer, Ralph Remley, Louise Beavers
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  • “When they get older and you can't give them as much as other children, they're ashamed of you. And when you give them everything and put them through college, they're ashamed of you.”

    Maurice Moscovitch - Max Rubens
  • “When you're seventeen and the world's beautiful, facing facts is just as slick fun as dancing or going to partis. But when you're seventy you don't care about dancing, you don't think about parties anymore and about the only fun you have left is pretending that there ain't any facts to face.”
    Beulah Bondi - Lucy Cooper
  • “- Barkley Cooper: Fifty years go by pretty fast.
    - Mr. Horton - Hotel manager: Only when you're happy.”

    Victor Moore - Barkley Cooper
    Paul Stanton - Mr. Horton - Hotel Manager
  • “If it should happen that I don't see you again, it's been very nice knowing you, Miss Breckenridge.”

    Victor Moore - Barkley Cooper
    [Tag:farewell, meeting]