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]

Catherine Wolff:
Now, you'll have to get some clothes and a toothbrush.



Michael Shayne:
Ah, no, no! Not Michael Shayne and Company! His office is in his hat, and


[motioning to a suitcase in the back seat]



Michael Shayne:
his home is in his car.

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Michael Shayne:
[Referring to Wolff and his money] Beneath all those millions beats a heart of ice... dry ice!

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

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Michael Shayne:
[amazed at the size of the bathroom] DeMille have something to do with this?

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Catherine Wolff:
I'm engaged!



Dudley Wolff:
Engaged? What, again!



Catherine Wolff:
Well, I'm not engaged exactly. You see, I'm more than engaged really.



Dudley Wolff:
How can you be more than engaged?



Catherine Wolff:
I'm married!



Dudley Wolff:
Oh, well... Make up your mind!

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