bones

« Page 1 from 23, showing 1 - 60 from 1349 »

bones

The average Ph.D. thesis is nothing, but the transference of bones from one graveyard to another.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Death cancels everything but truth; and strips a man of everything but genius and virtue. It is a sort of natural canonization. It makes the meanest of us sacred --it installs the poet in his immortality, and lifts him to the skies. Death is the greatest assayer of the sterling ore of talent. At his touch the dropsy particles fall off, the irritable, the personal, the gross, and mingle with the dust --the finer and more ethereal part mounts with winged spirit to watch over our latest memory, and protect our bones from insult. We consign the least worthy qualities to oblivion, and cherish the nobler and imperishable nature with double pride and fondness.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
They seldom looked happy. They passed one another without a word in the elevator, like silent shades in hell, hell-bent on their next look from a handsome stranger. Their next rush from a popper. The next song that turned their bones to jelly and left them all on the dance floor with heads back, eyes nearly closed, in the ecstasy of saints receiving the stigmata.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Sticks and stones are hard on bones aimed with angry art. Words can sting like anything but silence breaks the heart.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It may be objected by some that I have concentrated too much on the dry bones, and too little on the flesh which clothes them, but I would ask such critics to concede at least that the bones have an austere beauty of their own.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
[Shrek sneaks up on a mob about to storm his swamp]
Villager 1: Do you know what that thing could do?
Villager 2: It'll grind your bones for its bread.
Shrek: Well, actually, that would be a giant. Now ogres, oh, they're much worse. They'll make a suit from your freshly peeled skin. They'll shave your liver, squeeze the jelly from your eyes... Actually, it's quite good on toast.More [07/17/2005 12:07:00]
Jimmy: I've drank three pints of milk a day for as long as I can remember. Because of all the calcium, I've never had a filling, or been knocked out, and my bones are as hard as rock!More [08/21/2005 12:08:00]
Estragon: [struggles to remove his boot and fails] Nothing to be done.
Vladimir: I'm beginning to come round to that opinion. All my life I've tried to put it from me, saying Vladimir, be reasonable, you haven't yet tried everything. And I resumed the struggle.
[to Estragon]
Vladimir: So there you are again.
Estragon: Am I?
Vladimir: I'm glad to see you back. I thought you were gone forever.
Estragon: Me too.
Vladimir: Together again at last! We'll have to celebrate this. But how? Get up till I embrace you.
Estragon: Not now, not now.
Vladimir: May one inquire where His Highness spent the night?
Estragon: In a ditch.
Vladimir: A ditch! Where?
Estragon: Over there.
Vladimir: And they didn't beat you?
Estragon: Beat me? Certainly they beat me.
Vladimir: The same lot as usual?
Estragon: The same? I don't know.
Vladimir: When I think of it all these years but for me... where would you be? You'd be nothing more than a little heap of bones at the present minute, no doubt about it.
Estragon: And what of it?
Vladimir: It's too much for one man.More [10/21/2005 12:10:00]
Bill Bowerman: Know what your problem is, Pre? Vanity!
Steve Prefontaine: Vanity?
Bill Bowerman: Yes, vanity, Pre! Your belief that you have no talent is the ultimate vanity. If you have no talent then you have no limits, it's all an act of will. Your heart can probably pump more blood than anyone else's on earth, and that takes talent. The bones in your feet are so strong, it'd take a sledgehammer to break 'em. Be thankful for your limits, Pre, they're about as limitless as they get in this life.More [11/16/2005 12:11:00]
I believe the human body is not just bones and flesh - the spiritual aspect is very fascinating for me. Acupuncture gives you the chance to work on the physical and spiritual body.More [03/28/2006 12:03:00]
A cello's soul is the resonance that makes it unique: how it was made, when it was made, who's played it. Mine may be who my parents were, what I know about life, who I love and have loved. All that makes my bones resonate. If a director is fortunate enough to tap into that, it's an endless well of information.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
We are simultaneously the most hated, loved, feared and admired nation on this planet. In short, we are Frank Sinatra. And the Chairman didn't make his bones laying down for punks...More [05/02/2006 12:05:00]
I had a major motorcycle accident on CHIPs that gave me a 50-50 chance to live. I broke a lot of bones and fractured ribs and broken wrists.More [05/08/2006 12:05:00]
We didn't do the big heavy stunts, but we did ride the bikes, and I have the broken bones and scars to prove it.More [05/08/2006 12:05:00]
“I am watching your chest rise and fall
like the tides of my life,
and the rest of it all
and your bones have been my bedframe
and your flesh has been my pillow
I am waiting for sleep
to offer up the deep
with both hands”More [10/19/2006 12:10:00]
“Your bones have been my bedframe and your flesh has been my pillow. And I'm waiting for sleep.”More [10/19/2006 12:10:00]
Last good pratfall I did, I broke bones in both hands. I still feel it when people shake my hand.More [10/23/2006 12:10:00]
Harry: You'd better clear out before my bones grow back, or else I might strangle you.
Dobby: Dobby is used to death threats, he gets them five times a day at home.More [02/21/2007 12:02:00]
Cindy Campbell: You know, you really are my best friend, Cindy.
Cindy Campbell: Thanks, Brenda.
Buddy: Hey are you guys okay?
Brenda Meeks: Hell, yeah. It's gonna take more than a bag of bones to scare me.
Hell House Ghost: Wedgie!
Cindy Campbell: Oh my God! Brenda, do something!
Brenda Meeks: Okay!
Hell House Ghost: [Brenda runs away]
Cindy Campbell: I thought I was your best friend?
Brenda Meeks: Was. I'ma miss you, girl!More [02/22/2007 12:02:00]
Frankenstein's Monster: Curse all you undead! You are nothing but dead bones and damned souls... you shall burn in the fires of hell!More [03/14/2007 12:03:00]
Two-Face: You have broken into our hideout. You have violated the sanctity of our lair. For this we should crush your bones into POWDER. However, you do pose a very interesting proposition: therefore, heads, we accept, and tails, we blow your damned head off!More [03/19/2007 12:03:00]
Mr. Freeze: [referring to Batman and Robin] Their bones will turn to ice! Their blood will freeze in my hands!More [03/19/2007 12:03:00]
Dr. Silberman: You broke my arm!
Sarah Connor: There's 215 bones in the human body. That's one.More [03/22/2007 12:03:00]
Dr. David Marrow: Eleanor, none of this is real.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: Yes, it is real.
Dr. David Marrow: It's not real.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: You have to go look for the bones in the fireplace
Dr. David Marrow: It's not real.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: I saw... I saw his wife hanging in the greenhouse, I know, I saw it.
Dr. David Marrow: No we'll be all gone, and the Dudley's will arrive in the morning and we can go. All of you.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: I can't believe you're not gonna look.
Theo: Ok, that's enough of you; I'm taking her upstairs. I think you've done enough.More [04/03/2007 12:04:00]
Butters: Will I eventually get to South Park if I follow this road?
Hick Gas Station Mechanic: Dat road leads to Conifer. You want ta go to South Park you gotta go down dat road.
[scary road, lighting, ominous music]
Hick Gas Station Mechanic: Course I ain't never seen anyone go up that road. Six years ago a group of campers went out dere and got lost, had to eat each other to stay alive. Used to be da way to da O'Reilly house, he butchered over 50 children and kept der bodies in his cellar. But you should find an old bridge 'bout half way up. Dat bridge is cursed, ya know. Dey built it with the bones of 200 Chinese laborers who were massacred in '34. Ya, a lot of history on dat road.
Butters: Well, it's my parents' anniversary tomorrow, and they're gonna be awful sad if I'm not there with them.
Hick Gas Station Mechanic: Well, good luck den.
[Butters walks away]
Butters: Oh, jeez.
Hick Gas Station Mechanic: ...or is South Park down dat road?More [05/02/2007 12:05:00]
Syndrome: You, sir, truly are Mr. Incredible. I was right to idolize you. I knew you were tough, but eluding the probe by hiding behind the bones of another super? I'm still geeking out about it!
[sigh]
Syndrome: And then you had to go and ruin the ride. I mean, Mr. Incredible calling for help?
[Mocking voice]
Syndrome: Oh, help me! Help me! Lame, lame, lame, lame, *lame*!More [05/08/2007 12:05:00]
Lt. Fergus Falls: Shoot and gut every animal in the park. Their stomachs might contain something that could be a clue. Donate the meat to charity. The hides can be turned into warm socks for the poor. Grind up the bones for dog food. I want nothing wasted.More [05/20/2007 12:05:00]
Irv: Oh, yeah, just one little drawback to this delightful winter sport. The high-speed crash. Ooh! That hurt. Always remember, your bones will not break in a bobsled. No, no, no. They shatter.More [08/05/2007 12:08:00]
Danny: Let me tell you something, Jack: I'm ten years older than you, right?
Jack: Yeah.
Danny: Alright, I just hope that when you get to be my age, you don't smell the foul breath of death and disintegration hanging over your shoulder the way I find it hanging over mine. I mean, I go to sleep at night on an ache so bad that it simply will not go away. I wake up in the middle of the night sweating, hearing my own bones decay. I have shifted into a state of entropy that's progressing geometrically.
Jack: Entropy. Geometrically. Danny, you talk like a bad textbook.
Danny: You think that because I'm quirky I don't hurt? You've got it backwards. I'm quirky because I hurt.More [11/24/2007 12:11:00]
Chili Palmer: Leo, sit down. I don't know how you got this far, you're so fucking dumb. But you're through now, and let me explain why. Ray Bones is the man that you're dealing with now, and when Bones finds out what you did, he's gonna take everything, including the sporty little hat you got on your head. And then most likely he'll shoot you, so you won't tell on him. Now, I'm not gonna do that. I'm not gonna hurt you. Now you got three hundred and ten thousand in the bag here. I'm gonna take the three hundred thousand that you scammed from the airline, and then the ten that's left over, I'm gonna borrow from you and pay back at another time.
Leo: Wait, you take all my money, but you're borrowing part of it?
Chili Palmer: At eighteen percent. Now don't ask another fucking question, I'm leaving.More [12/12/2007 12:12:00]
[Harry Zimm calls Ray Bones on the phone]
Harry Zimm: Ray Barboni?
Ray "Bones" Barboni: Who is this?
Harry Zimm: Are you the guy they called Ray Bones?
Ray "Bones" Barboni: It depends. Who is this?
Harry Zimm: I'm the one telling you the way it is, okay, asshole? That's who I am. Now you want your three hundred grand or don't you?
Ray "Bones" Barboni: What three hundred grand?
Harry Zimm: The three hundred grand a guy named Leo Devoe scammed off an airline. The three hundred grand Chili Palmer now has in his possession.
Harry Zimm: [after a brief pause] Hello. Are you there?
Ray "Bones" Barboni: Yeah, I'm here. I just don't like the anonymous crap. It means your either chickenshit or not for real.
Harry Zimm: Well, trust me, I'm very for real.
Ray "Bones" Barboni: Okay, so who are you?
Harry Zimm: I work for Harry Zimm, all right?
Ray "Bones" Barboni: Who?
Harry Zimm: Harry Zimm. The man happens to be a major Hollywood player.
Ray "Bones" Barboni: Never heard of him.
Harry Zimm: Maybe that's because you've never been out've fuckin' Miami, dipshit. Maybe it's time you got on a plane, flew out to L.A. and took a meeting with Mr. Zimm.
Ray "Bones" Barboni: So, what, this Zimm guy asking for some kinda finders fee, that what we're talking about here?
Harry Zimm: Hey, Zimm doesn't ask for dick. Zimm tells you the way it is... or else.
Ray "Bones" Barboni: Or else what?
Harry Zimm: Or else use your fucking imagination!More [12/12/2007 12:12:00]
Michael: My credit good enough to buy you out?
Moe Greene: Buy me out?
[Fredo laughs nervously]
Michael: The hotel, the casino. The Corleone Family wants to buy you out.
Moe Greene: The Corleone Family wants to buy me out? No, I buy you out, you don't buy me out.
Michael: Your casino loses money, maybe we can do better.
Moe Greene: You think I'm skimmin off the top, Mike?
Michael: [Michael shakes his head] You're unlucky.
Moe Greene: You goddamn guineas you really make me laugh. I do you a favor and take Freddie in when you're having a bad time, and now you're gonna try and push me out!
Michael: Wait a minute, you took Freddie in because the Corleone Family bankrolled your casino, because the Molinari Family on the Coast guaranteed his safety. Now we're talking business, let's talk business.
Moe Greene: Yeah, let's talk business, Mike. First of all, you're all done. The Corleone Family don't even have that kind of muscle anymore. The Godfather's sick, right? You're getting chased out of New York by Barzini and the other Families. What do you think is going on here? You think you can come to my hotel and take over? I talked to Barzini - I can make a deal with him, and still keep my hotel!
Michael: Is that why you slapped my brother around in public?
Fredo: Aw, now that, that was nothin', Mike. Moe didn't mean nothin' by that. Yeah, sure he flies off the handle every once in a while, but me and him, we're good friends, right Moe?
Moe Greene: I got a business to run. I gotta kick asses sometimes to make it run right. We had a little argument, Freddy and me, so I had to straighten him out.
Michael: You straightened my brother out?
Moe Greene: He was banging cocktail waitresses two at a time! Players couldn't get a drink at the table! What's the matter with you?
Michael: I leave for New York tomorrow, think about a price.
Moe Greene: Sonofabitch! Do you know who I am? I'm Moe Greene! I made my bones when you were going out with cheerleaders!
Fredo: Wait a minute, Moe, Moe, I got an idea. Tom, you're the Consiglieri and you can talk to the Don, you can explain...
Tom Hagen: Just a minute now. The Don is semi-retired and Mike is in charge of the Family business now. If you have anything to say, say it to Michael.
Fredo: [Moe Greene leaves] Mike! You do not come to Las Vegas and talk to a man like Moe Greene like that!
Michael: Fredo, you're my older brother, and I love you. But don't ever take sides with anyone against the Family again. Ever.More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Shawn: The tour is leaving right now, it's forty bones each.
Ben: Forty dollars?
Marcus: Can you spot me?
Ben: What, you don't have any cash?
Marcus: No, I'm just not paying for this bullshit.More [02/11/2008 12:02:00]
Coach Norman Dale: First of all, let's be real friendly here, okay? My name is Norm. Secondly, your coaching days are over.
George: Look, mister, there's... two kinds of dumb, uh... guy that gets naked and runs out in the snow and barks at the moon, and, uh, guy who does the same thing in my living room. First one don't matter, the second one you're kinda forced to deal with.
Coach Norman Dale: Translate. That some sort of threat?
George: I don't know why Cletus drug your tired old bones in here, he musta owed you somethin' fierce. Fact is, mister, you start screwin' up this team, I'll personally hide-strap your ass to a pine rail and send you up the Monon Line!
[George angrily turns and storms out of the gym]
Coach Norman Dale: Leave the ball, will you, George?More [03/26/2008 12:03:00]
Commander Egan Powell: I'm so scared, my bones are clicking. Like dice, on a Reno craps table.More [04/13/2008 12:04:00]
[in outrageous French accent]
[to his yapping dog]
Heinz, the Baron Krauss von Espy: Do you want some bones? Huh? Does Elsbieta want some bones? Has anyone any bones?
Miles Massey: Does anyone have any bones? B - Uh, bones? Dog candies?
Heinz, the Baron Krauss von Espy: No, they are not candies. Milk-Bones. Hard, crunchy bones for the teeth.
Miles Massey: Uh, hard, uh - We'll attend to the dog later. Now, Baron - Where were we?
Court Reporter: [Reading the court transcript in a monotone voice] She said that she required a husband. Oh, do you want some bones? Does Elsbieta want some bones? Has anyone any bones? Hard, crunchy bones for the...More [04/21/2008 12:04:00]
Del Gue: I ain't never seen 'em, but my common sense tells me the Andes is foothills, and the Alps is for children to climb! Keep good care of your hair! These here is God's finest scupturings! And there ain't no laws for the brave ones! And there ain't no asylums for the crazy ones! And there ain't no churches, except for this right here! And there ain't no priests excepting the birds. By God, I are a mountain man, and I'll live 'til an arrow or a bullet finds me. And then I'll leave my bones on this great map of the magnificent...More [05/03/2008 12:05:00]
Joe Dirt: Well, I was born without the top of my skull and I guess a little bit of my brains was showin' and it was grossin' everybody out so my mom put this wig on me to cover it up and then the bones grew together and it got all infused and entwined. I mean I don't mean to get all scientific with you...More [05/07/2008 12:05:00]
Leah: Yo Yo Yiggady Yo.
Juno MacGuff: I'm at suicide risk.
Leah: Juno?
Juno MacGuff: No, it's Morgan Freeman. Do you have any bones that need collecting?
Leah: Only the one in my pants...
Juno MacGuff: I'm pregnant.
Leah: What? Honest to blog?
Juno MacGuff: Yeah. Yeah, it's Bleekers.
Leah: It's probably just a food baby. Did you have a big lunch?
Juno MacGuff: No, this is not a food baby all right? I've taken like three pregnancy tests, and I'm forshizz up the spout.
Leah: How did you even generate enough pee for three pregnancy tests? That's amazing...
Juno MacGuff: I don't know, I drank like, ten tons of Sunny D... Anyway dude, I'm telling you I'm pregnant and you're acting shockingly cavalier.
Leah: Is this for real? Like, for real for real?
Juno MacGuff: Unfortunately, yes.
Leah: Oh my GOD. Oh shit! Phuket, Thailand!
Juno MacGuff: There we go. That was kind of the emotion that I was searching for on the first take.More [05/17/2008 12:05:00]
Maitre D': [at a fancy restaurant, Thibault throws bones from his plate to Andre, who is eating from the floor] Excuse me, but the gentleman can't eat off the floor.
Count Thibault: He's not a gentleman! He is my servant
[throws another bone]
Count Thibault: and he is not worthy of our company.More [05/19/2008 12:05:00]
Louis: [singing] Les... pois... sons, les poissons / How I love les poissons / Love to *chop* and to serve little fish / First I cut off their heads, then I pull out their bones / Ah, mais oui ça c'est toujours delish / Les poissons, les poissons, Hee-hee-hee, ho-ho-ho! / With the cleaver I *hack* them in two / I pull out what's inside, and I serve it up fried / 'Cause I love little fishes, don't you? / Here's something for tempting the palate / Prepared in the classic technique / First you *pound* the fish flat with the mallet / Then you slash through the skin, give the belly a slice / Then you rub some salt in, 'cause that makes it taste nice!
[Sees Sebastian]
Louis: Zut alors! I have missed one.
[Picks him up]
Louis: Sacrebleu! What is this? / How on earth could I miss / Such a sweet, little succulent crab / Quel dommage, what a loss! / Here we go, in the sauce / Now some flour, I think just a dab / Now I'll stuff you with bread! / It don't hurt, 'cause you're dead / And you're certainly lucky you are / 'Cause it's gonna be hot in my big silver pot / Toodle-oo, mon poisson, au revoir!More [07/29/2008 12:07:00]
Alice:
If it wasn't for nervy little Alice, you'd all be sinking your weary bones into the soft recesses of some park bench, with light sleepy coverlets made by the great American press.



Jo:
Press! That reminds me. I have pressing business.


[she begins to iron her underwear]

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Dr. Pretorius:
[looking at the female skeleton he has exhumed to create the Bride] I hope her bones are firm.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Michael 'Nuggin' Taylor:
The floor of the ocean is paved with the bones of slaves.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Mrs. Random:
Who is this David?



Susan Vance:
Oh, he's a friend of Mark.



Mrs. Random:
Is that all you know about him?



Susan Vance:
No, I know I want to marry him. He doesn't know it but I am.



Mrs. Random:
Now see here, if you are going to marry him on my money you are very much mistaken. I don't want another lunatic in the family I have lunatic enough all ready. When you going to marry him? What's his name?



Susan Vance:
It's uh Bone



Mrs. Random:
Bones



Susan Vance:
One Bone



Mrs. Random:
I don't care if it's one bone or two bones it's a ridiculous name.



Mrs. Random:
What does he do?



Susan Vance:
He hunts



Mrs. Random:
Hunts. Hunts what?



Susan Vance:
Animals I should think.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Phoebe Titus:
Mr. Oury, am I hearing you right? Are you talking about giving Arizona back to the Indians?



Grant Oury:
That's one way of saying it, Phoebe.



Judge Bogardus:
Like Oury says, it's better to leave what we built here than get our bones picked clean by buzzards.



Phoebe Titus:
What did you ever build?

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Horace Giddens:
Maybe it's easy for the dying to be honest. I'm sick of you, sick of this house, sick of my unhappy life with you. I'm sick of your brothers and their dirty tricks to make a dime. There must be better ways of getting rich than building sweatshops and pounding the bones of the town to make dividends for you to spend. You'll wreck the town, you and your brothers. You'll wreck the country, you and your kind, if they let you. But not me, I'll die my own way, and I'll do it without making the world worse. I leave that to you.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Mrs. Anne Hilton:
[journal entry to Tim voice over] I hope you'll think I was right, too, Tim, and that someday you'll be interested in reading this diary. And I hope you won't be too shocked when you hear that I'm actually training for work in a shipyard, of all places. Yes, tremendous changes have taken place in the pampered woman who was your wife. It's hard even for me to realize that I'm studying to be a lady welder. And doing very nicely, so it seems. Oh, Tim, I love it so, and I have such admiration for all these people. There's one woman I can't wait for you to meet. Her name is nothing like anything we ever heard at the country club. It's Zophia Koslowska, and she likes me because she thinks I helped her through a most awful and tragic loneliness.



Zofia Koslowska:
I wish my little boy had lived, so he could have seen America. I used to read to him about it every night when the shades were drawn and the sound of heavy boots marching down the street made my poor little Janka shake until I thought his bones would crack. And then we'd pray together that God would let us go to the fairyland across the sea. If only he could have been with me the day I went, all by myself, to the Statue of Liberty and read what it says there for the whole world to see. Do you know it? Anne Hilton, did you ever read it?



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
No. I'm sorry to say, I don't know it.



Zofia Koslowska:
Oh, I'll never forget it. I know it so well here


[points at her head]



Zofia Koslowska:
because I feel it so much here


[points at her chest]



Zofia Koslowska:
. It says, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door." You've helped light that lamp for me, Anne Hilton.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
[journal voice over] And then, Tim, she said the most thrilling thing that has ever been said to me. She said ...



Zofia Koslowska:
You are what I thought America was - what I meant when I prayed with little Janka.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
[journal voice over] And, as in my own small way I help here in the shipyards, I hope I may be worthy of her words, just as each night I pray that always I may be worthy of those other thrilling words... the first time and every time since that you've said, "I love you."

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Edgar Bergen:
If it were one man and three beans... But, no. One bean and three men.



Charlie McCarthy:
Well, at least there are no bones in it.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Edgar Bergen:
Just look at that miserable creature. Doggedly struggling to maintain life. A gaunt, lean bag of bones and feathers. Truly a picture of despair. But Donald doesn't whimper. Donald doesn't give up.



Donald Duck:
Shut up! I can't stand it!

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Daffy Duck:
So, a fine kettle of fish! Here I work myself to the skin and bones trying to get this guy to sleep, and what do you do? Blow whistles! Just when I got things so quiet you could hear a pin drop, you bust in here and bust out with a whistle, and you snafu the whole works!How in the name of all that's reasonable do you expect a guy to get his slumber when a goof like you goes around making noises like a one-man Fourth of July celebration? He needs peace and quiet! It's positively outrageous!

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
Next morning, Ichabod's hat was found, and close beside it, a shattered pumpkin, but there was no trace of the schoolmaster. It was shortly thereafter that Brom Bones led the fair Katrina to the altar. Now, rumors persisted that Ichabod was still alive, married to a wealthy widow in a distant county. But of course, the settlers refused to believe such nonsense, for they knew the schoolmaster had been spirited away by the Headless Horseman.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Betty Haynes:
Mr. Bones? Mr. Bones? How do you feel, Mr. Bones?



Phil Davis:
Rattlin'!



Betty Haynes:
Mr. Bones feels rattlin'. Ha ha. That's a good one. Tell a little story, Mr. Bones.



Bob Wallace:
A funny little story, Mr. Bones!



Phil Davis:
How do you stop an angry dog from biting you on Monday?



Betty Haynes:
That joke is old. The answer is to kill the dog on Sunday!



Phil Davis:
That's not how you stop a dog from biting you on Monday!



Betty Haynes:
How do you bring a thing about?



Phil Davis:
Have the doggy's teeth pulled out!



Betty Haynes:
Oh, Mr. Bones, that's terrible!



Phil Davis:
Uh-huh.



Betty Haynes, Bob Wallace:
Yes, Mr. Bones, that's terrible!



Phil Davis:
Uh-huh.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Spin Evans:
Is he gonna be okay, Doc?



Dr. Spaulding:
Sure, Evans, a fine future doctor you turned out to be. Don't you know you're supposed to stop these things before they happen?



Col. Logan:
What do you think I should tell his grandmother?



Dr. Spaulding:
If I was in your place, I wouldn't tell her anything until I've gotten a chance to look at those X-rays. Might as well give her the whole story at once.



Perkins:
Yes, sir, when we return from town this evening, I'll give you all the details.



Col. Logan:
All right, Perkins. Oh, Doc, Burnett's gonna follow you in the truck. Be all right if they bring Marty back tonight, won't it?



Dr. Spaulding:
Of course. Broken bones don't mean anything to kids. They just scare old folks like us.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Elmer Fudd:
I'll gwind yer bones to make me bread.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Gen. Crook:
Why hunt buffalo? We're giving your people what they need.



Chief Crazy Horse:
But with my people, the buffalo hunt isn't the same as that with white. We don't hang the buffalo's head on a pole in the lodge and boast of our hunting skill. By eating his flesh, our flesh becomes strong. His skin makes our clothing, his bones our arrows, his hair makes the ropes for our horses. Even the covering on our feet comes from him. The buffalo is truly our friend... sent to give us life. Take this hunt from us and we are no longer Lakotas. We're no longer men. We're nameless and dead.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
[Frank puts another prisoner in Jeff's jail cell]



Frank Newberry:
Company for you; Doc Vallon, best doc in Skagway.



Doc Vallon:
Oh yes, because I am the only doctor in Skagway, so I am the best one. Say, will you ask the lawyer, Monsieur Gannon, to consider my case as quickly as possible.



Frank Newberry:
I wouldn't crowd him, Doc, he's pretty sore - figures you could have saved Diggy's hand.



Doc Vallon:
But the bones were crushed! There was nothing but to do but amputate!



Frank Newberry:
Maybe, but you sure ruined a good piano player.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Andy Andersen:
[viewing what's left of his dead cattle] I never saw anything like it! No footprints! No blood! No sign of a struggle! The bones just stripped clean like peeling a banana!

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Mrs. Jorgensen:
It just so happens we be Texicans. Texican is nothin' but a human man way out on a limb, this year and next. Maybe for a hundred more. But I don't think it'll be forever. Some day, this country's gonna be a fine, good place to be. Maybe it needs our bones in the ground before that time can come.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Lars Jorgensen:
It's this country killed my boy. Yes by golly I tell you, Ethan...



Mrs. Jorgensen:
No Lars. It just so happens we be Texicans. Texican is nothing but a human man way out on a limb. This year and next, and maybe for a hundred more. But I don't think it'll be forever. Some day this country's gonna be a fine, good place to be. Maybe it needs our bones in the ground before that time can come.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]

« Page 1 from 23, showing 1 - 60 from 1349 »

Quotes of the month

Anatoly Yurkin Alienation is a non-alternative scenario about intellectual property. [09/27/2019 04:09:42] More


Anatoly Yurkin Alienation is a red thread on the map of the property territory. (Anatoly Yurkin) [10/20/2019 03:10:24] More


Pavel Sharpp Yes, I’ve already seen you all somewhere! [10/05/2019 01:10:03] More


Anatoly Yurkin The mistake performs alienation. [10/15/2019 05:10:34] More


Anatoly Yurkin The platform economy directly links the ability to produce intellectual property with the ownership of digital capital. [10/06/2019 12:10:35] More