Movie: The Man Who Wouldn't Die [1942] Movie: The Man Who Wouldn't Die [1942]

Movie: The Man Who Wouldn't Die [1942] Movie: The Man Who Wouldn't Die [1942]

Anna Wolff:
[offering a drink] Would you care for something to warm you up?



Catherine Wolff:
I was on the wagon, but I'll think I'll step off and give my seat to a gentleman.

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Michael Shayne:
[Recovering from a jolt of electricity] Is my face changed?



Catherine Wolff:
You do look sort of funny.



Michael Shayne:
Well, there's no change then.

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Alfred Dunning:
[after being caught eavesdropping at the door] I'm Dunning, Mr. Wolff's secretary. If I can be of any service, please let me know.



Michael Shayne:
I'll send up a flare.



Michael Shayne:
[after Dunning leaves] Who's that - Dumbo?



Catherine Wolff:
Oh, no, Dunning. Well, he's been with Dad 25 years. I wouldn't worry about him.



Michael Shayne:
[dryly] Oh, I'm not worried. He was just wandering by and got his ear caught in the door.

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Michael Shayne:
[talking to a lab skeleton] Have a cigarette, Mr. Bones?



Michael Shayne:
[speaking in the skeleton's voice while moving the jaw] Don't care if I do.



Michael Shayne:
I saw your lips move.

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Michael Shayne:
Say, what do you use for brains - feathers?

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