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:
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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Rudolph Rassendyll:
You know, there's another reason I feel so well. Had a remarkable wine for dinner last night. Soothed my nerves - went right off to sleep! Slept like a top! Came from right near your castle, by the way. You must try it in case you're ever troubled about sleeping.



Black Michael:
I sleep very well.



Rudolph Rassendyll:
Is that so? You must have a clear conscience.



Black Michael:
I have, and I've never had a dream that didn't come true... if I waited long enough.



Rudolph Rassendyll:
Really? How romantic!


[laughs]



Rudolph Rassendyll:
Still, some things come true you never dreamed of!

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Rudolph Rassendyll:
[preparing to leave after the coronation to recover the real king] In a couple of hours, I'll just be plain Rudolph Rassendyll.



Col. Zapt:
You'll be lucky if you're not the late Rudolph Rassendyll.

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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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Rudolph Rassendyll:
King for a day! What would it mean if I fail?



Col. Zapt:
[Grimly] Your life and mine and Fritz's here!

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