Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999] Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999]

Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999] Movie: The Cider House Rules [1999]

Nurse Angela:
[looking at an X-Ray] Do you know what this is?



Homer Wells:
Oh, that's my heart.



Nurse Angela:
No, actually, it's Fuzzy's. There's nothing wrong with your heart.



Nurse Edna:
Dr. Larch wanted to keep you out of the war. That's why he told you it was yours.



Nurse Angela:
He was worried about his own heart. He said it would never stand up to Homer Wells going off to war.

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Homer Wells:
[giving back an X-ray that Dr. Larch gave to him] I don't need this. I know about my condition.



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
It's your heart. You ought to take it with you.

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[discussing the legality of performing abortions]



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
I know it's against the law. I ask you, what has the law ever done for this place?

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Homer Wells:
You're having sex with your own daughter.



Arthur Rose:
Ain't nobody havin' sex with my daughter! Let me just tell you that!



Homer Wells:
You're lying. Aren't you ashamed of yourself? What do you care who hears? I mean, come on. They know already, don't they? They know Mr. Rose.



Arthur Rose:
And you know what your business is, boy! I know you don't wanna be in no kind of business with me! That's what I know.



Homer Wells:
Yeah? Go on. Cut my clothes. I've got other clothes.



Arthur Rose:
You gonna come here talkin' to me about lies and shame? Those people took you in, and that boy Wally is away at war!



Homer Wells:
Yeah, well she's your daughter!



Arthur Rose:
And I love her! Ain't never gonna do nothin' to harm her.



Homer Wells:
She's pregnant, you know that? She's pregnant.

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Fuzzy:
Is your father dead?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Cirrhosis. It's a disease of the liver.



Fuzzy:
What, a liver killed him?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
No, alcohol killed him. He drank himself to death.



Fuzzy:
But did you know him?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Barely. But it hardly mattered that I knew him.



Fuzzy:
Did you know your mother better?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Mm-hmm. She's dead now too. She was a nanny.



Fuzzy:
What's a nanny do?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
She looks after other people's children.



Fuzzy:
Did she grow up around here?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
No. She was an immigrant.



Fuzzy:
What's an immigrant?



Dr. Wilbur Larch:
Someone not from Maine.

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