Movie: The Prisoner of Zenda [1937] Movie: The Prisoner of Zenda [1937]

Movie: The Prisoner of Zenda [1937] Movie: The Prisoner of Zenda [1937]

Rupert of Hentzau:
Why don't you let me kill you quietly?



Rudolph Rassendyll:
Oh, a little noise adds a touch of cheer. You notice I'm getting closer to the drawbridge rope?



Rupert of Hentzau:
You're so fond of rope, it's a pity to finish you off with steel. What did they teach you on the playing fields of Eton? Puss in the corner?



Rudolph Rassendyll:
Oh, chiefly not throwing knives at other people's backs.

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Rupert of Hentzau:
Touché, Rassendyll! I cannot get used to fighting furniture - where did you learn it?



Rudolph Rassendyll:
That all goes with the old school tie.



Rupert of Hentzau:
Well, then, here's your last fencing lesson. Look out for your head.

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Prologue:
Toward the close of the last century, when History still wore a Rose, and Politics had not yet outgrown the waltz, a Great Royal Scandal was whispered about in the Anterooms of Europe. However true it was, any resemblance in "The Prisoner of Zenda" to Heroes, Villains, Heroines, living or dead, is coincidence not intended...

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Col. Zapt:
[trying to explain his loyalty to the King, who mistreats him] Rudolf is my King, and I have a feeling about my King.

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Rupert of Hentzau:
Someone once called fidelity a fading woman's greatest defense and a charming woman's greatest hypocrisy. And you're very charming. And Michael's very busy and likely to be more so.

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