“To Be or Not to Be” quotes(1983)
Plot – Stage actor Frederick Bronski is a member of the Polish government in exile in London during the German occupation of his country. He returns to Warsaw to eliminate a double agent and then manages to leave the country with all his theatre company, thanks to a sensational series of disguises.
All actors – Ronny Graham, Estelle Reiner, Zale Kessler, Jack Riley, Lewis J. Stadlen, George Gaynes, George Wyner, James 'Gypsy' Haake, Scamp, Christopher Lloyd, José Ferrer, Charles Durningshow all
“To Be or Not to Be” Quotes 12 quotes
“All I want is peace. Peace! Peace! A little piece of Poland, a little piece of France.”
“Ladies and Gentlemen: In the interest of clarity and sanity, the rest of this movie will not be in Polish.”
“Vat do you mean you haven't got proof? Dat is no excuse! Arrezt zem! Vat? Vere? Vy? Ven? From now on, ven in doubt, arrezt zem! Arrezt zem! Arrezt zem! Arrezt zem! Zen shoot zem and interrogate zem! Oh, you are right, just shoot zem!”
“- Anna Bronski: All these flowers on a Lieutenant's pay, you shouldn't have.
- Lieutenant Andre Sobinski: That's ok. My father is a florist.”
“First you invade Poland, then you invade Warsaw, then you invade my dressing room... you people are compulsive invaders!”
“- Anna Bronski: What's that on your coat?
- Sasha: Oh, it's the newest fashion in occupied Warsaw. Jews wear yellow stars, homosexuals wear pink triangles.
- Anna Bronski: Sasha! How awful for you!
- Sasha: I hate it.
- Anna Bronski: Now listen, they're rounding up Jews. Are they rounding up...?
- Sasha: No, no, so far, so good. Now, don't wait...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Sasha: Are you all right?
- Anna Bronski: I'm fine.
- Sasha: Then why are you on the floor?
- Anna Bronski: The floor? I'm on the floor? I'm on the floor! Well, get me up.”
“Sweetheart, if I don't come back, then I forgive you for anything that happened between you and Lt. Sobinski. But if I do come back, you're in a lot of trouble!”
“If it wasn't for Jews, fags, and gypsies, there would be no theater.”
“What he did to Hamlet, we are now doing to Poland.”