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“- King Edward VIII: Haven't I any rights?
- King George VI: Many privileges.
- King Edward VIII: Not the same thing.”
“You know the benefit of eternal life? I get to kill you twice.”
“The prettiest sight in this fine pretty world is the privileged class enjoying its privileges.”
“Are you interested in joining? The benefits are terrific. The trick is not to get killed. That's really the key to the benefit program.”
“The perks go to the guys who play the game, the ones who politics.”
“Marriage is about the most expensive way for the average man to
get laundry done.”
“You have one great advantage over everyone else in the world. You've never had to meet Sheridan Whiteside.”
“- Boss Spearman: It's a pretty day for making things right.
- Charley Waite: Enjoy it, 'cause once it starts, it's gonna be messy like nothing you ever seen.”
“- Major Anya Amasova: You're not trying to take advantage of me, are you?
- James Bond: The thought never crossed my mind.”
“There's this bar down on the corner where we can get a drink, hang out with some good people, and talk. Come on. Get your books and come with me. We're young, we're white, we live in America. What more do you want?”
“Reciprocity, Mr. Hudgens, is the key to every relationship.”
“You may well reap the benefit, Edmund, but are you truly prepared to be despised within the department?”
“It wouldn't be terrible at all. It would be a miracle, not to mention the money I'd save on epsom salts and ace bandages.”
“Mr. Stalin, I believe history will record you as a great builder for the benefit of mankind.”
“The kind of job where you take care of the people who rely on you for certain things. You stay out of their business, but you're also expected to know what's going on, so you can help. Plus, on the holidays you get big tips. I guess there's other benefits, too.”
“- Lily Garland aka Mildred Plotka: He'll tell you what I am: a first-class passenger entitled to privileges.
- George Smith: Oh, an artist!”
“- Prosecutore John Felder: Mr. Lincoln should know that the mere fact that a prospective juror knows counsel for the state does not disqualify him.
- Abraham Lincoln: I know that, John. What I'm afraid of is that some of the jurors might not know you... and that'd put me at a great disadvantage.”