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Movie: The Lady from Shanghai [1947] Movie: The Lady from Shanghai [1947]

Michael O'Hara:
Maybe I'll live so long that I'll forget her. Maybe I'll die trying.

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Michael O'Hara:
The only way to stay out of trouble is to grow old, so I guess I'll concentrate on that.

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Arthur Bannister:
Killing you is killing myself. But, you know, I'm pretty tired of both of us.

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Michael O'Hara:
I've always found it very... sanitary to be broke.

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Mrs. Elsa 'Rosalie' Bannister:
You need more than luck in Shanghai.

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Michael O'Hara:
New York is not as big a city as it pretends to be.

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Arthur Bannister, Criminal Lawyer:
You've been traveling around the world too much to find out anything about it.

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Bessie, Bannister's Maid/Cook:
You heard him, Mr. Poet. I need the money.

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Michael O'Hara:
It's a bright, guilty world.

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George Grisby:
Just tell 'em you're taking a little tarrrr-get practice

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Arthur Bannister:
You hear that George? You've just been called a shark. If you were a good lawyer you'd take it as a compliment.

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Michael O'Hara:
When I start out to make a fool of myself there's very little can stop me.

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Michael O'Hara:
Some people can smell danger. Not me.

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Michael O'Hara:
That's how I found her and from that moment I did not use my head, except to think about her.

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Michael O'Hara:
Personally I don't like a girlfriend to have a husband, if she'll fool a husband she'll fool me.

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Arthur Bannister, Criminal Lawyer:
So money doesn't interest you, are you independently wealthy?



Michael O'Hara:
I'm independent.



Arthur Bannister, Criminal Lawyer:
Of money?

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Michael O'Hara:
Do all rich women play games like this?

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Arthur Bannister, Criminal Lawyer:
Mike's got a lot of blarney but he knows how to hurt a man when he gets mad.

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Mrs. Elsa 'Rosalie' Bannister:
I don't know how to shoot?



Michael O'Hara:
It's easy, you just pull the trigger.

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Michael O'Hara:
Everybody is somebody's fool.

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Michael O'Hara:
Once, off the hump of Brazil I saw the ocean so darkened with blood it was black and the sun fainting away over the lip of the sky.We'd put in at Fortaleza, and a few of us had lines out for a bit of idle fishing. It was me had the first strike. A shark it was. Then there was another, and another shark again, 'till all about, the sea was made of sharks and more sharks still, and no water at all. My shark had torn himself from the hook, and the scent, or maybe the stain it was, and him bleeding his life away drove the rest of them mad. Then the beasts to to eating each other.In their frenzy, they ate at themselves.You could feel the lust of murder like a wind stinging your eyes, and you could smell the death, reeking up out of the sea. I never saw anything worse... until this little picnic tonight.And you know, there wasn't one of them sharks in the whole crazy pack that survived.

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Arthur Bannister:
George, that's the first time anyone ever thought enough of you to call you a shark. If you were a good lawyer, you'd be flattered.

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