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Music is the one incorporeal entrance into the higher world of knowledge which comprehends mankind but which mankind cannot comprehend.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Affairs are easier of entrance than of exit; and it is but common prudence to see our way out before we venture in.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
At the entrance of a second person, hypocrisy begins.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Sincerity is the luxury allowed, like diadems and authority, only to the highest rank. Every man alone is sincere. At the entrance of a second person, hypocrisy begins.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Both mind and heart when given up to reveries and dreaminess, have a thousand avenues open for the entrance of evil.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The city is trying to develop a theme or an identity. I pushed the entrance sign.More [04/14/2006 12:04:00]
Uh, Disneyland Drive right on the entrance to the 5 Freeway . . . actually we pulled off to the side but, unfortunately, we have a bunch of paparazzi cars also following us.More [10/05/2006 12:10:00]
We had played the top nightclub in Hollywood and the top nightclub in New York. You could not have asked for a better entrance into the big time of show business.More [10/29/2006 12:10:00]
[approaching the entrance to Castle Dracula]
Carl: Do we have a plan? I mean, it doesn't have to be Wellington's at Waterloo, but some kind of plan would be nice.
Van Helsing: We're going to go in there and stop Dracula.
Anna Valerious: And kill anyone who gets in our way.
Carl: [quickly turns around] Well, you let me know how that goes...More [03/14/2007 12:03:00]
The Riddler: You're ruining my big party! Are you *insane*?
Two-Face: Just waiting for you to deliver the Batman, dear boy.
The Riddler: Patience, O Bifurcated One!
Two-Face: Patience is hell! We want him dead!
The Riddler: Well, you could have let me in on the caper. We could have organized this, planned it... pre-sold the movie rights.
[Batman enters through the skylight, and begins to fit Two-Face's thugs]
The Riddler: You're entrance was good. His was better.
[Batman continues to fit thugs]
The Riddler: The difference: showmanship!More [03/19/2007 12:03:00]
The Riddler: [to Two Face after Batman shows up] Your entrance was good... his was better. The difference: showmanship.More [03/19/2007 12:03:00]
Edward Nygma: [to Two-face] Your entrance was good. His was even better.More [03/19/2007 12:03:00]
[Aragorn readies to take the Paths of the Dead. He leads his horse towards the entrance and passes by Gimli, who stops him]
Gimli: Where do you think you're going?
Aragorn: Not this time Gimli.
[Walks up to them, leading his horse]
Legolas: Have you learned nothing of the stubbornness of dwarves?
Gimli: You may as well accept it. We're going with you, laddy.More [03/21/2007 12:03:00]
Reporter: After an entrance like that you can't be surprised you've been called a self-publicizing adrenaline junkie, can you?
Graves: I prefer the term adventurer.More [03/28/2007 12:03:00]
Hooligan: So I tell the swamp donkey to sock it before I give her a trunky in the tradesman's entrance and have her lick me yarbles!
[laughs]
Cooper: Wow. You guys are on a completely different level of swearing here.More [06/26/2007 12:06:00]
[at the entrance to the jail cells]
Matron Mama Morton: Hey, you must be that Hart girl.
Roxie: Yes, m'am
Matron Mama Morton: Aren't you the pretty one.
Roxie: Thank you m'am
Matron Mama Morton: Call me mama. Now don't worry 'cause we're gonna take care of you. You'll be staying on E-block. "Murderess Row" we like to call it.
Roxie: Oh... Is that nicer?More [07/17/2007 12:07:00]
[about the Apostle Paul and the gap between Christ's death in circa 33 A.D. and the appearance of the Gospel of Mark, which was written in or after 70 A.D]
Narrator: Paul wrote lots of letters about Christianity. In fact, he wrote eighty thousand words about the Christian religion. These documents represent almost all we have of the history of Christianity during this decades-long gap. And here's the interesting thing. If Jesus was a human who had recently lived, nobody told Paul. Paul never heard of Mary, Joseph, Bethlehem, Herod, John the Baptist. He never heard about any of these miracles. He never quotes anything that Jesus is supposed to have said. He never mentions Jesus having a ministry of any kind at all. He doesn't know about any entrance into Jerusalem, he never mentions Pontius Pilate or a Jewish mob or any trials at all. Paul doesn't know any of what we would call the story of Jesus, except for these last three events. And even these, Paul never places on Earth. Just like the other savior gods of the time, Paul's Christ Jesus died, rose, and ascended all in a mythical realm. Paul doesn't believe that Jesus was ever a human being. He's not even aware of the idea. And he's the link between the time-frame given for the life of Jesus and the appearance of the first Gospel account of that life.More [12/26/2007 12:12:00]
Randolph Van Cleve: Believe me Bertha, I never knew what a musical comedy girl looked like.
Bertha Van Cleve: Well what can he possibly devine from their company?
Randolph Van Cleve: To me they were creatures from another planet. To this day I wouldn't know how to find the stage entrance to a theatre.
Hugo Van Cleve: Its always around the back, in an alleyway, there's a sign above the door 'Stage Entrance', you can't miss it.More [02/26/2008 12:02:00]
Marv: [Kevin reaches the entrance to the park, but slips on the ice - causing his vision to spin, as Harry and Marv appear over him] My, how the tables have turned.
Harry: How do you like the ice kid?
[Harry and Marv look at each other, they both laugh and pick Kevin up]
Harry: Let's go for a little stroll in the park.More [03/22/2008 12:03:00]
Mary Marshall: [after Barbara had partitioned all their stuff] Barbara, what I'm in prison for isn't catching.
Barbara Marshall: I'm sorry, Mary, I... I keep hurting you, and... I really don't want to.
Mary Marshall: I guess it is uncomfortable for you to meet somebody who's been in prison. Maybe when you get to know me, you'll feel differently.
Barbara Marshall: I want to know you, Mary. Really, I do.
Mary Marshall: How much do you know about me?
Barbara Marshall: Not much. Mother and Dad still treat me like a child. Everything's a big secret.
Mary Marshall: I don't think it would hurt for you to know. As a matter of fact, I think it might help. When I was your age, my mother died.
Barbara Marshall: Oh, I remember her. Way back when I was young. She used to make clothes for my favorite doll.
Mary Marshall: Yes, she was wonderful with her hands. And some time after that, my father went north on business. And then, when he died, I was on my own. I got a very good job as a secretary, and my job brought me in contact with a lot of very nice men, one of whom, might have turned out, I thought, to be the one who would give me all the things that you dream about when you're twenty and lonely. One day, when I was called into my boss's office, he invited me to a party in his apartment. He was single, and I started dreaming. Bosses do marry their secretaries. I took what money I'd saved and I bought an evening dress. I thought it was very fancy. I wanted to look good in front of his high class friends. He had sent me an orchid, a white orchid, the first one I'd ever had. I was wearing it. When the door opened, I walked into the biggest apartment I'd ever seen. I thought it was rich and elegant. I'd wanted to impress him, so I got there a little late. I'd wanted to make an entrance all by myself, but nobody else was there. I should have had sense enough then to get out, but I didn't. He'd been drinking a long time before I got there, I guess, and he kept right on. He told me that he hadn't invited anyone else, and that the white orchid, and all that was just his way of getting me up there. I - I tried to talk my way out, and then when that didn't work, I made a break for it. I didn't scream. I was too frightened, I guess. I tried to get away from him, but I couldn't. He seemed to be everywhere. Oh, it was all mixed up like some terrible kind of a dream. Once, I almost got away, when he fell over a chair. But he caught me again, and dragged me back. Then I pushed him as hard as I could, and he fell back through the window. His apartment was on the fourteenth floor.
Barbara Marshall: Oh, Mary... how awful.
Mary Marshall: Maybe I shouldn't have told you.
Barbara Marshall: No, I'm glad you did. But it's wrong. They shouldn't have sent you to prison.
Mary Marshall: If I'd been lucky enough to get away before he was killed, then there wouldn't have been any crime. But after all, a man was dead. The jury said manslaughter. Guilty. Well, that meant six years.More [04/07/2008 12:04:00]
Cornelius Cobb:
[Reading entrance sign of Mandrake Falls town, written by Deeds] Welcome to Mandrake Falls Where the scenery enthralls Where no hardship e'er befalls Welcome to Mandrake Falls.

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Popeye/Aladdin:
A wish?


[Under his breath]



Popeye/Aladdin:
Wish, wish, I can have a wish huh?


[Normal]



Popeye/Aladdin:
Well I wish I was out of here. Can you shows me the entrance to the exit?



Genie:
You bet.


[Makes a giant hole in the wall of the cave that has an escalator leading out]



Popeye/Aladdin:
Wow, an escalavator.

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Franz Ebbing:
You realize you will never get out of here. Every entrance is guarded.



Alfred "Gloves" Donahue:
Aaah, don't try that line on me, Jack. This is Broadway, not Berlin!



Franz Ebbing:
It's a great pity, Mr. Donahue, that you and I should oppose each other. We have so much in common.



Alfred "Gloves" Donahue:
Yeah? How's that?



Franz Ebbing:
You are a man of action. You take what you want, and so do we. You have no respect for democracy - neither do we. It's clear we should be allies.



Alfred "Gloves" Donahue:
It's clear you are screwy. I've been a refistered Democrat ever since I could vote. I may not be Model Citizen Number One, but I pay my taxes, wait for traffic lights, and buy 24 tickets to the Policeman's Ball. Brother, don't get me mixed up in no league that rubs out innocent bakers and...


[Shoots an alarm buzzer thar Ebbing was about to push]



Franz Ebbing:
[Taken aback by the accuracy of the shot] Excellent! Did you learn that in one of your gang wars?



Alfred "Gloves" Donahue:
No, that's a little trick I picked up in Benny's Shootin' Gallery in Coney Island, and if you don't quit stallin', I'll show you some other tricks I learned in Brooklyn.

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[denying an official of the German National Bank entrance to the casino]



Rick:
Your cash is good at the bar.



Banker:
What? Do you know who I am?



Rick:
I do. You're lucky the bar's open to you.

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Boris Stepanich Simonov, truck driver:
Comrades, we have good reasons to know our country is at war. In our small village alone, 30 people have been injured. Eleven people have been killed. But his is not a time for mourning - it is time for revenge. We will divide into two groups, each to do his duty from this day until death. The able-bodied men are to come forward to the right of this building. We will move from our village to the hills to take our position as guerrillas. I will go immediate to comrade Commander Petrov's garrison to get the guns. The second group has the hardest job. They must stay behind. As guerrillas, we must have aid and information. As villagers you must, before the entrance of the Germans, destroy everything. Everything, comrades! The houses you have built, the crops you have sown with your hands, the cattle you have raised. The Germans are not more than fifty miles away. Yours is the dangerous job. For this job you will volunteer. It is you who may have to live with the... the Germans.

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Wile E. Coyote:
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Wile E. Coyote, genius. I am not selling anything nor am I working my way through college, so let's get down to basics: you are a rabbit and I am going to eat you for supper. Now don't try to get away, I am more muscular, more cunning, faster and larger than you are, and I am a genius, while you could hardly pass the entrance examinations to kindergarten, so I'll give you the customary two minutes to say your prayers.



Bugs Bunny:
I'm sorry, Mac, the lady of the house ain't home. And besides, we mailed you people a check last week.



Wile E. Coyote:
Why do they always want to do it the hard way?

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Bugs Bunny:
[Wile E. is setting up a pressure cooker on the entrance to Bugs' burrow] Eh, what's cooking, Doc?



Wile E. Coyote:
Rabbit stew. Gad, I'm such a genius!



Bugs Bunny:
Mmm, smells mighty good. But there's only one little thing wrong with it.



Wile E. Coyote:
There is? What?



Bugs Bunny:
No rabbit.


[Wile E. opens the pressure cooker and looks inside; Bugs kicks him inside, closes the cooker, grabs a club, and heads for the back door]



Bugs Bunny:
I'm looking over, a three-leaf clover, that I over looked bethree...


[Inside, he hits Wile E. over the head]



Wile E. Coyote:
Well, back to the old drawing board.

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[Captain Hook and Mr. Smee have decided to kidnap Wendy so Peter Pan would never see her again]



Captain Hook:
Come, Smee, we must leave immediately. We'll surround Peter's home...



Mr. Smee:
But Captain, we don't know where Peter Pan lives.



Captain Hook:
Great Scott, you're right, Smee!


[Tinker Bell flies over to them and then flies over to a map of Never Land]



Captain Hook:
What's that, my dear? You could show us the way? Why, I never thought of that.


[to Smee]



Captain Hook:
Take this down, Smee.



Mr. Smee:
"Take this down, Smee." Aye-aye, Captain.


[Smee takes out a quill pen and a piece of paper while Tinker Bell dips her shoes in an inkwell and then lands on a part of the Never Land map marked Pegleg Point]



Captain Hook:
Start at Pegleg Point...



Mr. Smee:
[writing in the paper] "Start at Pegleg Point...”


[Tinker Bell walks across the map to another area marked Blindman's Bluff]



Captain Hook:
Forty paces west to Blindman's Bluff...



Mr. Smee:
[writing] "Blindman's Bluff...”


[Tinker Bell hops across a part of the map with a creek on it and then walks toward the northeastern end of the map]



Captain Hook:
[nervously] Yes, yes. A hop, skip and a jump across Crocodile Creek and then nor' by nor'east, one, two, three...


[loses patience]



Captain Hook:
Well, get on with...


[calms down]



Captain Hook:
Continue, my dear.


[Tinker Bell suddenly gets angry and she flies up in Hook's face, wagging her finger at him]



Captain Hook:
I mustn't harm Peter? Madam, Captain Hook gives his word not to lay a finger...


[Tinker Bell hooks her finger]



Captain Hook:
... or a hook... on Peter Pan.


[Tinker Bell flies over to an area of the Never Land map marked Hangman's Tree and puts an X on it with her inked shoe heels]



Captain Hook:
Ah, Hangman's Tree! So *that's* the entrance to his hiding place!


[Hook grabs Tinker Bell and locks her in a lantern]



Captain Hook:
Thank you, me dear, you've been most helpful.

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[Hassan has discovered that Bugs and Daffy have tunneled into the treasure cave, even though it's closed, so he tries to get the wall that closed off the entrance to open]



Hassan:
Open... Uh, open... Uh, open... sarsaparilla? Open Saskatchewan?

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[Hassan is still trying to get the wall to the cave entrance to open]



Hassan:
Open septuagenarian? Uh, open saddlesoap? Open sesame?


[the wall finally opens and Hassan enters the cave, scimitar at the ready]

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Mr. Bernbaum:
Ivy, you are like an entrance with French horns.

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General Jack D. Ripper:
Your Commie has no regard for human life, not even of his own. For this reason men, I want to impress upon you the need for extreme watchfulness. The enemy may come individually, or in strength. He may even appear in the form of our own troops. But however we must stop him. We must not allow him to gain entrance to this base. Now, I'm going to give you THREE SIMPLE rules: First, trust NO one, whatever his uniform or rank, unless he is known to you personally; Second, anyone or anything that approaches within 200 yards of the perimeter is to be FIRED UPON; Third, if in doubt, shoot first then ask questions later. I would sooner accept a few casualties through accidents rather losing the entire base and its personnel through carelessness. Any variation of these rules must come from me personally. Any variation on these rules must come from me personally. Now, men, in conclusion, I would like to say that, in the two years it has been my privilege to be your commanding officer, I have always expected the best from you, and you have never given me anything less than that. Today, the nation is counting on us. We're not going to let them down. Good luck to you all.

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General "Buck" Turgidson:
Is that the Russian ambassador you're talking about?



President Merkin Muffley:
Yes it is, General.



General "Buck" Turgidson:
A-A-Am I to understand the *Russian* ambassador is to be admitted entrance to th-the War Room?



President Merkin Muffley:
That is correct, he is here on my orders.



General "Buck" Turgidson:
I... I don't know exactly how to put this, sir, but are you aware of what a serious breach of security that would be? I mean, he'll see everything, he'll... he'll see the Big Board!

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[first lines]



Dr. Maggie Sorenson:
But Sir Charles, the project entrance is half a mile further on!



Sir Charles Eggerston:
I know Mrs. Sorenson. I wanted to stop here to take a better look at *that*. That's your drill tower, isn't it?



Dr. Maggie Sorenson:
Yes it is.



Sir Charles Eggerston:
What's that missile doing up there? I thought that we came here to discuss with your husband the *possibility* of using an atomic warhead.



Dr. Maggie Sorenson:
*Half* a missile, Sir Charles. If you look closely, you'll see it's not armed.

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Fu Manchu:
The entrance to eternity. Beyond that door there is a tunnel which leads directly to the sea. Cisterns of water are poised above it. The touch of a lever will release hundreds of thousands of gallons of water into that tunnel, and combined with professor Heracles' crystals this can transform the entire sea into one gigantic block of ice.

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Tim:
Follow. But. Follow only if ye be men of valour, for the entrance to this cave is guarded by a creature so foul, so cruel that no man yet has fought with it and lived. Bones of full fifty men lie strewn about its lair. So, brave knights, if you do doubt your courage or your strength, come no further, for death awaits you all with nasty, big, pointy teeth.



King Arthur:
What an eccentric performance.

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James Morrison:
[narrating as Jolly and Queenie make their entrance down the main stairway] As they made their exhibition, did I feel something, a premonition? Poor beast, with fair beauty by his side. Fragile hope strangled by jealous pride?

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Wile E. Coyote:
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is "Wile E. Coyote"... Genius. I am not selling anything nor am I working my way through college, so let's get down to cases. You are a rabbit, and I am going to eat you for supper. Now don't try to get away! I am more muscular, more cunning, faster, and larger than you are... and I'm a genius. Why you could hardly pass the entrance examinations to kindergarten. So, I'll give you the customary 2 minutes to say your prayers.



Bugs Bunny:
I'm sorry, mac, but the lady of the house ain't home and besides we mailed you people a check last week!


[Slam]



Wile E. Coyote:
Why do they always want to do it the hard way?

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[while standing at the entrance to the Triple Rock church watching the service with much dancing and Hallelujah choruses, a heavenly light shines down on Jake and he has an epiphany]



Jake:
The band... the band...



Reverend Cleophus James:
DO YOU SEE THE LIGHT?



Jake:
THE BAND!



Reverend Cleophus James:
DO YOU SEE THE LIGHT?



Elwood:
What light?



Reverend Cleophus James:
HAVE YOU SEEEEN THE LIGHT?



Jake:
YES! YES! JESUS H. TAP-DANCING CHRIST... I HAVE SEEN THE LIGHT!

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[Thunderlips makes his entrance into the arena]



Mickey:
Let's get out of here.



Rocky Balboa:
Aw, c'mon Mick, it's for charity.



Mickey:
You're wearing your anatomy out for charity. Nobody else does this much for charity.



Rocky Balboa:
Bob Hope would.



Mickey:
[pause, nods] That's true.

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Gordon, James, and Henry:
[Gordon, James, and Henry are blocking the entrance to the shed] Get out!



Duck:
Stop fooling! I'm tired.



Gordon, James, and Henry:
So are we. We're tired of you. We like Diesel. We don't like you. You tell tales about us to the trucks.



Duck:
I don't!



Gordon, James, and Henry:
You do!



Duck:
I don't!



Gordon, James, and Henry:
You do!

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Scourge:
[Cyclonus, Scourge and the Sweeps are standing at the entrance shaft to the Decepticon Crypt] . You go down that shaft!



Sweep #1:
How come I've got to do the dirty work?



Scourge:
You see if the traitor is hiding down there!



Sweep #2:
No way! If you're so fired up to know what's going on you go down there!



Scourge:
You lead!



Sweep #3:
I don't want anyone thinking that I question you as a leader, but sorry!



Cyclonus:
I question your leadership skill Scourge. The last one in there will face me!



Cyclonus:
[All three Sweeps quickly dive down the shaft] . You have much to learn.



Scourge:
Yes it is true.



Cyclonus:
Now dive!


[Cyclounus and Scourge dive down the shaft]



Cyclonus:
.

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Mitchell:
Don't you realize by breaking into a car, you could seriously jeapardize my entrance into college?

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Dr. Forrester:
I really think this is going to be it. This is my year!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
You say that every year we go to the Mad Scientist Convention.



Dr. Forrester:
Ah, but this year is different. They laughed when I made the more painful mouse-trap, but my entrance in the Mad Scientist competition is going to make me famous.



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Infamous!



Dr. Forrester:
Ah, that too! That too!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Okay, but promise me that if you lose this year your not going to blow up the whole convention center again!



Dr. Forrester:
I only did that once!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
Oh- humph!



Dr. Forrester:
Ok, twice! Twice! It was twice!



Dr. Lawrence Erhardt:
It was three times!



Dr. Forrester:
The third time I used the incendiaries and it didn't actually make the building blow up, it just made it burn... really quickly. God, that was beautiful, wasn't it?

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[Lisa opens the shower and sees in Aug inside]



Lisa:
Megan, this isn't gonna work; you're not scaring me!


[several other augs enter from the secret entrance and corner her]



Lisa:
Wait! What are you doing? No! Leave me alone! Help!

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Ray Vecchio:
[voice over from sewer] This is a swill pit. You brought me into a swill pit.



Fraser:
[voice over from sewer] No, it's not a swill pit, Ray. First of all, swill entails a more pungent odour and a pit is generally a circular indentation with only one entrance from the top. This however fits the definition of a tunnel. A long, straight...



Ray Vecchio:
[thud]


[voice over from sewer]



Ray Vecchio:
Ow!



Fraser:
[voice over from sewer] Correction, a long, meandering tunnel.

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Eddie:
You notice how they always put the fruit and veg at the entrance to the supermarket? You go in thinking 'this is a fresh shop, everything in here is *fresh*! I will do well here' You never go straight to the bit with the toilet paper and squeezy brushes do you? You'd think "This is a *poo* shop! Everything in here is made of *poo*! I'm not shopping here, I'm going to Azerbadjan!"

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[first lines]



Narrator:
Peacefully reclining in the picturesque highlands of Guatemala lies the little town of Chichicastenango, one of the most colorful and interesting villages in all of Central America, it being the center of a region inhabited by almost 50,000 Indians, descendants of a once highly-civilized people known as Mayas, who inhabited this land about 2,000 years ago. The colorful and imposing archway which forms the main entrance to Chichicastenango, however, owes its construction to the genius of the white man. For the ancient Mayas, with all their proverbial architectural skill, never discovered the principle of the arch.

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[Aragorn readies to take the Paths of the Dead. He leads his horse towards the entrance and passes by Gimli, who stops him]



Gimli:
Where do you think you're going?



Aragorn:
Not this time Gimli. This time you must stay.


[Legolas walks up to them, leading his horse]



Legolas:
Have you learned nothing of the stubbornness of dwarves?



Gimli:
You may as well accept it. We're going with you, laddy.

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Tom Bertram:
Do you know it's 5 o'clock in the morning?



Carriage Driver:
Mrs Norris arranged for this girl to be brought here. It's her niece, or something.



Tom Bertram:
Mrs Norris lives in the parsonage over there.



Carriage Driver:
I was told most definitely to drop her at the front entrance of Mansfield Park.



Tom Bertram:
Then drop her.

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Hepburn:
[to Petula] Do you have an easily accessible back entrance I can make use of?

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Milo:
This is an illustration of the Leviathan, the creature guarding the entrance to Atlantis.



Vinny:
With something like that I would have white wine, I think.

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Ash:
Yo, Zeez baby listen up! Back away from the door and I'll have you outta there in a jiff.


[sticks the home made dynamite in the cell door and blows the door successfully]



Ash:
Uh, hello? You can get up now. Ok, now let's get one thing straight spinach-chin, I still don't like this whole "I wrote the book of the dead" thing. So if you as so much as look at me funny, I'll saw you in half so fast, it'll make your head spin!



Abdul Alzeez:
I mean you no harm. As I was saying before, the Necronomicon's a source of immense power. One can summon the un-holiest of evils, cross dimensions and command an army of deadites. But within it's pages, also lie are the secrets to banishing the evil forever!



Ash:
Uh huh, so let me guess. You wrote the bad part first and never finished the good part?



Abdul Alzeez:
Precisely. There's not much time, we should walk and talk.


[later at the entrance of the temple]



Abdul Alzeez:
The celestrial temple. Once used by the most noble scholars in Damascus, it is now a place for the guild to study and prepare for the dark ones. Inside are my notes, you will need to retrieve in order for me to complete the book.



Ash:
And I suppose these notes of yours will be completly unguarded and I won't have any trouble finding it.



Abdul Alzeez:
The water, you must also shut down it's supply. We need to clear the passage ways.



Ash:
Okay enough! The other "me" already has the book, not to mention my girl and now you're babbling about some kind of water? You're pissing me off, old man! What gives?



Abdul Alzeez:
Even with completed book, they still lack one crucial component.



Ash:
Oh yeah? What's that?



Abdul Alzeez:
Me. I was the only one not driven entirely insane by the translations. Those with less knowledge of the book, know not of what it contains.



Ash:
Blah blah blah, look let's just get to the point gramps! You keep yacking about the book, the guild, these dark ones, what the hell is going on and why did they take Jenny?



Abdul Alzeez:
No time to explain, get inside and retrieve my notes. We will meet here afterwards. I must go now. If they find me here, they'll kill me where I stand!



Ash:
Oh yeah, and what do you think they're gonna do to me? Give me a big fat kiss.

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[Ric Flair is making his entrance for his WWF Heavyweight Title Defense]



Bobby "The Brain" Heenan:
You know, if you want to be fair to Flair, you gotta be fair and say that's a heckuva robe. For only a man as fair as Flair can...


[gets interrupted]



Gorilla Monsoon:
WILL YOU STOP!

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Dory:
[At the entrance to the trench] Come on, let's go.



Marlin:
No, no, no! Bad trench, bad trench! Come on, we're swimming over this thing.



Dory:
Whoa, partner. Little red flag going up. Something tells me we should go through it, not over it.



Marlin:
Are you even looking at this thing? It's got death written all over it!



Dory:
I'm sorry, but I really, really, really think we should go through it.



Marlin:
And I'm really, really done talking about this. Over we go.



Dory:
Come on, trust me on this one.



Marlin:
Trust you?



Dory:
Yes, trust. It's what friends do.



Marlin:
Look, something shiny!



Dory:
Where?



Marlin:
Oh, it just swam over the trench! Come on, we'll follow it. Let's go.



Dory:
Okay.

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Lara Croft:
[as Lara approaches the entrance to the Colosseum, she hears a loud noise above her. She quickly spins round and draws her pistols, but sees nothing. She turns back to the entrance] Rodents, I wouldn't wonder. Big rodents...

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[first lines]



Narrator:
This is the sad tale of the township of Dogville. Dogville was in the Rocky Mountains in the US of A, up here where the road came to its definitive end, near the entrance to the old abandoned silver mine. The residents of Dogville were good honest folks, and they liked their township. And while a sentimental soul from the East Coast had once dubbed their main street Elm Street, though no elm had ever cast its shadow in Dogville, they saw no reason to change anything. Most of the buildings were pretty wretched, more like shacks, frankly. The house in which Tom lived was the best, though, and in good times, might almost have passed for presentable. That afternoon, the radio was playing softly, for in his dotage, Thomas Edison senior had developed a weakness for music of the lighter kind.

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[Mutsumi gets a perfect score on her practice exam]



Naru Narusegawa:
Wow!



Urashima Keitaro:
You got a perfect score!



Naru Narusegawa:
You're actually a total genius!



Urashima Keitaro:
H-How could you fail the entrance exam three times with these scores?



Mutsumi Otohime:
Well, I'm guessing it's because I'm a klutz and I'm frail, and I'd keep forgetting to write down my name, or I'd faint before reaching the exam hall and be hospitalized.

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Mutsumi Otohime:
This way, I can take a good, long look at your face. When I look at your face, Keitaro, I feel so tranquil, like I know you from a long, long, time ago. That's what made me want to study with you for our entrance exams. Am I causing trouble for you?



Urashima Keitaro:
N-No.



Mutsumi Otohime:
I want to go to Tokyo U. Together with you.

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Gene Okerlund:
[On the entrance of Duke 'The Dumpster' Droese] You've got to admire a man carrying a garbage can.



Bobby Heenan:
Why?

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