Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974]

Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974]

'Honest Pete' Hartman Sheriff of Clark County: Sorry to break in, Sheriff, but we've located Williams. This time, for real.
'Honest Pete' Hartman Sheriff of Clark County: Where?
Officer Jacobi: On North Wabash, at the offices of the Friends of American Liberty. One of our patrols spotted him in the alley.
'Honest Pete' Hartman Sheriff of Clark County: All right. Get every available man. Seal off the whole area. But remember, God damn it, I want him taken alive!
Officer Jacobi: Check.More Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974] quotes [12/04/2007 12:12:00]
Earl Williams: You don't have to answer this, Mollie, but is it true what they said in the papers?
Mollie Malloy: Is what true?
Earl Williams: That you were going to marry me on the gallows.
Mollie Malloy: Well, if it's in the papers, it must be true. They wouldn't print a lie.More Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974] quotes [12/04/2007 12:12:00]
Hildebrand 'Hildy' Johnson: Goodbye, Duffy. Watch the diabetes. Walter, it's been fun.
Duffy: What's he mean by that?
Walter Burns: He's leaving us. Getting married.
Duffy: Yeah? That hostess at the Hotsy-Totsy Club?
Hildebrand 'Hildy' Johnson: You're not even close. Why, this is a very classy dame. Philadephia. Studied to be a concert pianist.
Walter Burns: Where in the hell would you meet a concert pianist?
Hildebrand 'Hildy' Johnson: Well, actually, she's a widow. Husband cracked up in a brand-new Packard. Only had 18 miles on it. So, to support herself, she's playing the organ at the Balaban & Katz Theater.
Walter Burns: The one in the Loop?
Hildebrand 'Hildy' Johnson: Yeah. We've been dating three months.
Walter Burns: Jeez, Hildy. why didn't you tell me? Kid, I woulda thrown you a little farewell party...
Hildebrand 'Hildy' Johnson: Oh, no, no, no! I know your farewell parties! When Ben Hecht was leaving for Hollywood, you slipped a micky in his gin fizz. It took four of us to get on the California Limited.More Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974] quotes [12/04/2007 12:12:00]
Walter Burns: The son of a bitch stole my watch.More Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974] quotes [12/04/2007 12:12:00]
The Mayor: Pete, get the Governor on the phone.
Plunkett: Oh, you can't.
'Honest Pete' Hartman Sheriff of Clark County: What do you mean, we can't?
Plunkett: He's gone fishing. Just him, and an Indian guide, and a canoe. No phone, no nothin'.
The Mayor: he sure picked a hell of a time to go fishing.
'Honest Pete' Hartman Sheriff of Clark County: [phone rings] Excuse me.
[exits]
Plunkett: Uh, just between us, it's not really fishing, because that Indian guide is really a girl. She' isn't even Indian. She's from New Jersey.More Movie: The Front Page [1974] Movie: The Front Page [1974] quotes [12/04/2007 12:12:00]

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