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What a cunning mixture of sentiment, pity, tenderness, irony surrounds adolescence, what knowing watchfulness! Young birds on their first flight are hardly so hovered around.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The moment the little boy is concerned with which is a jay and which is a sparrow, he can no longer see the birds or hear them sing.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Did you ever see an unhappy horse? Did you ever see bird that had the blues? One reason why birds and horses are not unhappy is because they are not trying to impress other birds and horses.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
When you have shot one bird flying you have shot all birds flying. They are all different and they fly in different ways but the sensation is the same and the last one is as good as the first.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Use those talents you have. You will make it. You will give joy to the world. Take this tip from nature: The woods would be a very silent place if no birds sang except those who sang best.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It happens as one sees in cages: the birds who are outside despair of ever getting in, and those within are equally desirous of getting outMore [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
You cannot prevent the birds of sorrow from flying over your head, but you can prevent them from building nests in your hair.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Nigel: Hi there. Sorry if I took a snap at you at one time. Fish gotta swim, birds gotta eat.More [08/11/2005 12:08:00]
Here's one of the things that drives me crazy: I'm walking with Leila through Central Park on a lovely spring afternoon. Birds are chirping, sun is shining, my daughter is smiling at me. Some woman comes up and says, 'So, you're babysitting this afternoon, eh?'More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
I used to have this little mouse. I buy birds from the pet store and I let them go.More [11/15/2006 12:11:00]
Sam: [Both are overcome by exhaustion] Do you remember the Shire, Mr. Frodo? It'll be spring soon. And the orchards will be in blossom. And the birds will be nesting in the hazel thicket. And they'll be sowing the summer barley in the lower fields... and eating the first of the strawberries with cream. Do you remember the taste of strawberries?
Frodo: No, Sam. I can't recall the taste of food... nor the sound of water... nor the touch of grass. I'm... naked in the dark. There's... There's nothing. No veil between me and the wheel of fire. I can see him... with my waking eyes.
Sam: Then let us be rid of it... once and for all. Come on, Mr. Frodo. I can't carry it for you... but I can carry you.More [03/21/2007 12:03:00]
Frank: Jane, since I've met you I've noticed things that I never knew were there before; birds singing, dew glistening on a newly formed leaf, stoplights.More [03/26/2007 12:03:00]
Raul: We may have lost the Revolution, but our health system is second to none.
James Bond: You don't seem to have done too badly after the Revolution...
Raul: We all have our ways of getting by - you would be surprised how many government officials come to me with little reminders about decadent times.
James Bond: I know - can I take these?
[He holds up a book about birds written by his namesake and a pair of binoculars]More [03/28/2007 12:03:00]
[first lines]
Stan: [singing] There's a bunch of birds in the sky. And some deers just went running by.More [05/03/2007 12:05:00]
Fetcher: Birds of a feather flop together.More [05/03/2007 12:05:00]
Monty: That's right, birds of a feather flock to-vagina.More [05/10/2007 12:05:00]
Alyssa: Why are we stopping?
Holden: Because I can't take this.
Alyssa: Can't take what?
Holden: I love you.
Alyssa: You love me?
Holden: I love you. And not, not in a friendly way, although I think we're great friends. And not in a misplaced affection, puppy-dog way, although I'm sure that's what you'll call it. I love you. Very, very simple, very truly. You are the epitome of everything I have ever looked for in another human being. And I know that you think of me as just a friend, and crossing that line is the furthest thing from an option you would ever consider. But I had to say it. I just, I can't take this anymore. I can't stand next to you without wanting to hold you. I can't, I can't look into your eyes without feeling that, that longing you only read about in trashy romance novels. I can't talk to you without wanting to express my love for everything you are. And I know this will probably queer our friendship - no pun intended - but I had to say it, because I've never felt this way before, and I don't care. I like who I am because of it. And if bringing this to light means we can't hang out anymore, then that hurts me. But God, I just, I couldn't allow another day to go by without just getting it out there, regardless of the outcome, which by the look on your face is to be the inevitable shoot-down. And, you know, I'll accept that. But I know... I know that some part of you is hesitating for a moment, and if there is a moment of hesitation, then that means you feel something too. All I ask, please, is that you just, you just not dismiss that - and try to dwell in it for just ten seconds. Alyssa, there isn't another soul on this fucking planet who has ever made me half the person I am when I'm with you, and I would risk this friendship for the chance to take it to the next plateau. Because it is there between you and me. You can't deny that. Even if, you know, even if we never talk again after tonight, please know that I'm forever changed because of who you are and what you've meant to me, which - while I do appreciate it - I'd never need a painting of birds bought at a diner to remind me of.More [07/11/2007 12:07:00]
Capt. Ramsey: We have orders in hand. Those orders are to make a pre-emptive launch. Every second that we lose increases the chances that by the time our missiles arrive, their silos could be empty because they've flown their birds and struck us first.
Hunter: Yes sir.
Capt. Ramsey: You know as well as I do that any launch order received without authentication, is no order at all.
Hunter: Yes sir.
Capt. Ramsey: That's our number one rule.
Hunter: [Tries to get a word in] National mil...
Capt. Ramsey: And that rule is the basis for the scenario we've trained on, time and time again. It's a rule we follow without exception.
Hunter: Captain, National Military Command Center knows what sector we're in. They have satellites looking down on us to see if our birds are aloft and if they're *not*, then they give our orders to somebody else. That's why we maintain more than one sub, it's what they call 'redundancy'!
Capt. Ramsey: I know about redundancy, Mr Hunter.
Hunter: All I'm saying...
[Ramsey walks off]
Hunter: [Follows Ramsey, lowers his voice] All I'm saying Captain, is that we have backup. Now it's our duty, *not* to launch until we can confirm.
Capt. Ramsey: You're presuming we have other submarines out there, ready to launch. Well as Captain, I must assume our submarines could've been taken out by other Akulas. We can play these games all night Mr Hunter but uh, I don't have the luxury of your presumptions.
Hunter: Sir...
Capt. Ramsey: Mr Hunter, we have rules that are not open to interpretation, personal intuition, gut feelings, hairs on the back of your neck, little devils or angels sitting on your shoulder. We're all very well aware of what our orders are and what those orders mean. They come down from our Commander in Chief. They contain no ambiguity.
Hunter: Captain...
Capt. Ramsey: Mr Hunter. I've made a decision. I'm Captain of this boat. NOW SHUT THE FUCK UP!More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Peter "Weps" Ince: Okay. What's gong on?
Zimmer: We're not going to let this go down with the Ex-O and Helm.
Peter "Weps" Ince: We're not?
Zimmer: No. We're not?
Lt. Bobby Dougherty: We've been following the captain for years, and now this asshole Hunter shows up, and we're supposed to follow him because he said so?
Peter "Weps" Ince: you're not supposed to, you were ordered to. That's what this is about, proper orders.
Lt. Bobby Dougherty: Proper Orders? He has proper orders, he wo'nt act on them
Peter "Weps" Ince: He's in command now! If they order him to launch, we'll launch, and we'll blow'em all to hell. But, I rather go down myself then get this one wrong.
Lt. Darik Westergard: Weaps. Our prcedures are clear. In the abscent of a contravening order and in a situation like this, we follow the orders in hand.
Zimmer: That's right. You know how many checks that we have to go through to make sure that a message is authentic? The Ex-O agreed to those orders, now he just wants to throw them away they do'nt count?
Lt. Bobby Dougherty: He's lost his nerve.
Peter "Weps" Ince: Bullshit! I know this guy Bobby!
Lt. Darik Westergard: Weaps. We're prepaired for launch. How can we just sit here and do nothing when they're preparied to launch at us?
Peter "Weps" Ince: Well, we do'nt know that for sure that's the whole point. That is why he needs time to confirm the message.
Zimmer: That's the whole fuckin' point is that we do'nt got time! Redchenko is fueling his birds and why do you think he's doing that? Huh? Why? Because you do'nt put on a condum until you're gonna fuck!More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Hunter: What if Radchenko surrendered and it's over, huh? We launch. They see us, and they launch. Our birds pass each other in the air. Boom. What have you got?
Chief of the Boat: Nuclear War.
Hunter: Nuclear Holocaust.More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
No one is free, even the birds are chained to the sky.More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Ring Lardner: [referring to the owners] If Landis wants to clean up the game; he should start with those birds on the steps with him.More [10/06/2007 12:10:00]
[gathering wood to shore up the tunnels, Hilts removes the wooden slats from bunk beds in the sleeping area of the prisoner barracks, holding a stack of them, and walks carefully out into the hallway]
Flight Lt. Denys Cavendish "The Surveyor": [passes Hilts in the hallway on his way to his bunk bed] Five gold rings. Four calling birds - bloody singing, I've never worked so hard in all my life. Hi, Hilts!
Hilts: [turns and tries to warn him] Say, Cavendish...
Flight Lt. Denys Cavendish "The Surveyor": Four calling birds, three French hens, two turtledoves, and a partridge in a pear - Alley-oop!
[Cavendish climbs to the top bunk, and vaults onto the unsupported mattress, which collapses under his weight through the bed frame, as well as the two beneath it. Hilts approaches the doorway and sees Cavendish on the floor]
Hilts: Never mind.
[Leaves]More [01/07/2008 12:01:00]
The Taxi Driver: ...I've been driving this route for 15 years. I've brought 'em out here to get that stuff, and I've drove 'em home after they had it. It changes them... On the way out here, they sit back and enjoy the ride. They talk to me; sometimes we stop and watch the sunsets, and look at the birds flyin'. Sometimes we stop and watch the birds when there ain't no birds. And look at the sunsets when its raining. We have a swell time. And I always get a big tip. But afterwards, oh oh...
Veta Louise Simmons: "Afterwards, oh oh"? What do you mean, "afterwards, oh oh"?
The Taxi Driver: They crab, crab, crab. They yell at me. Watch the lights. Watch the brakes, Watch the intersections. They scream at me to hurry. They got no faith in me, or my buggy. Yet, it's the same cab, the same driver. and we're going back over the very same road. It's no fun. And no tips... After this he'll be a perfectly normal human being. And you know what stinkers they are!More [02/11/2008 12:02:00]
Willie Brother #1: Maybe they jus' didn't like yer singin'?
Alameda Slim: [anger steadily rising] My singin'? Birds *sing.* Saloon girls *sing.* Little bitty snot nosed children *sing.* I yodel, and yodelin'... is an *art!*More [03/24/2008 12:03:00]
Professor Henry Jones: I suddenly remembered my Charlemagne. Let my armies be the rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky...More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
Henry Drummond: Progress has never been a bargain. You have to pay for it.
Henry Drummond: Sometimes I think there's a man who sits behind a counter and says, "All right, you can have a telephone but you lose privacy and the charm of distance.
Henry Drummond: Madam, you may vote but at a price. You lose the right to retreat behind the powder puff or your petticoat.
Henry Drummond: Mister, you may conquer the air but the birds will lose their wonder and the clouds will smell of gasoline."More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
Tom: Those birds are psychotic.More [05/19/2008 12:05:00]
[Trying to explain to Lady that Darling is going to have a baby]
Trusty: There comes a time in the life of all humans when uh... well as they put it... uh, the birds and the bees? Or well... uh... the stork? You know? Uh, no...More [06/24/2008 12:06:00]
Centauri: Alex! Alex! You're walking away from history! History, Alex! Did Chris Columbus stay home? Nooooo. What if the Wright Brothers thought that only birds should fly? And did Galoka think that the Ulus were too ugly to save?
Alex Rogan: Who's Galoka?
Centauri: Never mind.
Alex Rogan: Listen, Centauri. I'm not any of those guys, I'm a kid from a trailer park.
Centauri: If that's what you think, then that's all you'll ever be!More [07/09/2008 12:07:00]
[last lines]
Lemony Snicket: Dear reader, there are people in the world who know no misery and woe. And they take comfort in cheerful films about twittering birds and giggling elves. There are people who know that there's always a mystery to be solved. And they take comfort in researching and writing down any important evidence. But this story is not about such people. This story is about the Baudelaires. And they are the sort of people who know that there's always something. Something to invent, something to read, something to bite, and something to do, to make a sanctuary, no matter how small. And for this reason, I am happy to say, the Baudelaires were very fortunate indeed.More [07/15/2008 12:07:00]
Zazu: Checking in with the morning report.
Mufasa: Fire away.
Zazu: Well the buzz from the bees is that the leopards are in a bit of a spot. And the baboons are going ape over this. Of course, the giraffes are acting like they're above it all... The tick birds are pecking on the elephants. I told the elephants to forget it, but they can't. The cheetahs are hard up, but I always say, cheetahs never prosper...More [07/25/2008 12:07:00]
Logan 5: Who are you?
Box: I am more than machine. More than man. More than a fusion of the two. Don't you agree? Wait for the winds. Then my birds sing. And the deep grottos whisper my name. Box... Box... Box...More [08/08/2008 12:08:00]
Trina:
Even birds can't fly all the time.

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Julie:
(singing) Fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly, I gotta love one man till I die, Can't help lovin' dat man of mine.

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[Snow White has been seated upon a white horse by the Prince, and as the Dwarfs crowd around, he lifts each of them up so that she may kiss them farewell on the forehead]


[Bashful is lifted up]



Snow White:
Good-bye.


[she kisses Bashful, and his blush turns his face red]



Snow White:
[Grumpy is hoisted up, grinning]



Snow White:
Good-bye, Grumpy.


[as he is lowered down, he blows her a kiss back]



Snow White:
Good-bye.


[more of the Dwarfs are lifted up, and she kisses them one by one]



Snow White:
[Dopey is the last one lifted up, and before she kisses him, he wipes his mouth]



Snow White:
Oh, Dopey.


[she takes him by the ears, and kisses him on the top of his head]



Snow White:
[as the Prince leads the horse off, Snow White blows the Dwarfs and animals one last kiss]



Snow White:
Good-bye!


[the Prince and Snow White go to the edge of a cliff, and look out into the sky, where the setting sun transforms the clouds into a beautiful castle]



Chorus:
Some day when spring is here / We'll find our love anew / And the birds will sing / And wedding bells will ring / Some day when my dreams / Come true.


[the story book from the beginning of the film reappears, with the words "... and they lived happily ever after." printed in it. The book slowly closes, as the Chorus sings and wedding bells toll]

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Dorothy:
Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Bluebirds fly. Birds fly Over The Rainbow. Why then, oh why can't I? If happy little bluebirds fly beyond the rainbow, why oh why cant I?

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Hindley:
If she's run off with that gypsy scum, let her run. Let her run through storm and Hell. They're birds of a feather and the Devil can take them both. Now, get me a bottle.

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Thumper:
[Bambi and Thumper see birds flying by. Bambi looks at them intriguingly.] Those are birds.



Bambi:
Bur... Bur!



Thumper:
Look! He's trying to talk.



Bambi:
Bur!



Other rabbits:
He's trying to say "bird."



Thumper:
Say "bird."


[wiggles his nose]



Bambi:
Bur.


[wiggles nose]



Thumper:
Bird.



Bambi:
Bur!



Thumper:
Uh-uh. Bir-duh!



Other rabbits:
Come on, say "bird." Say "bird!"



Bambi:
Bird!


[rabbits scatter and run to their mother]



Other rabbits:
He talked, he talked! He talked, Mama! The Young Prince said "bird."



Bambi:
Bird, bird, bird, bird, bird bird!


[Bambi sees a yellow butterfly, which he begins to chase until it lands on his tail.]



Bambi:
Bird!



Thumper:
No, that's not a bird. That's a butterfly.



Bambi:
Butterfly? Butter-


[Bambi sees the butterfly has now gone; he then runs over to a big yellow flower among some other wildflowers.]



Bambi:
Butterfly!



Thumper:
No, that's a flower.



Bambi:
Flower?



Thumper:
Uh-huh, it's purty.


[Thumper smells the flowers.]



Bambi:
Purty.


[Bambi starts smelling the flowers, and comes nose-to-nose with a little skunk.]



Bambi:
Flower!



Flower:
Me?



Thumper:
[laughing hysterically] That's not a flower! He's a little-



Flower:
Oh, that's all right. He can call me a flower if he wants to; I don't mind.



Bambi:
Purty. Purty flower!



Thumper:
[starts to giggle] Oh, gosh.

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Flower:
[about two birds fluttering around] Well! What's the matter with them?



Thumper:
Why are they acting that way?



Friend Owl:
Why, don't you know? They're twitterpated.



Flower, Bambi, Thumper:
Twitterpated?



Friend Owl:
Yes. Nearly everybody gets twitterpated in the springtime. For example: You're walking along, minding your own business. You're looking neither to the left, nor to the right, when all of a sudden you run smack into a pretty face. Woo-woo! You begin to get weak in the knees. Your head's in a whirl. And then you feel light as a feather, and before you know it, you're walking on air. And then you know what? You're knocked for a loop, and you completely lose your head!



Thumper:
Gosh, that's awful.



Flower:
Gee whiz.



Bambi:
Terrible!



Friend Owl:
And that ain't all. It could happen to anyone, so you'd better be careful.


[points at Bambi]



Friend Owl:
It could happen to you…


[points at Thumper]



Friend Owl:
… or you, or even...


[Flower looks at Owl shyly]



Friend Owl:
Yes, it could even happen to you!



Thumper:
Well, it's not gonna happen to me.



Bambi:
Me neither.



Flower:
Me neither.

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Thomas Colpeper, JP:
Well, there are more ways than one of getting close to your ancestors. Follow the old road, and as you walk, think of them and of the old England. They climbed Chillingbourne Hill, just as you. They sweated and paused for breath just as you did today. And when you see the bluebells in the spring and the wild thyme, and the broom and the heather, you're only seeing what their eyes saw. You ford the same rivers. The same birds are singing. When you lie flat on your back and rest, and watch the clouds sailing, as I often do, you're so close to those other people, that you can hear the thrumming of the hoofs of their horses, and the sound of the wheels on the road, and their laughter and talk, and the music of the instruments they carried. And when I turn the bend in the road, where they too saw the towers of Canterbury, I feel I've only to turn my head, to see them on the road behind me.

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[at Donald's school]



Donald Martin:
[to Joe] Tell us how you got your medal.



Joseph Brady:
Alright, I'll tell you how I got my medal. Now close your eyes... and try to think of the most beautiful place you've ever with greenest grass and the singingest birds and the shiningest sun.


[Cut to Donald's thoughts]



Joseph Brady:
Can you see it?



Kids:
Yeah!



Joseph Brady:
Good! Now imagine me walking along, happy as a lark. Can you see me?



Kids:
Yeah!



Joseph Brady:
Good! Of course, back then in the navy we wore white suits with blue stripes and little white hat with a little red ball on top. Oh, I was so happy I ran and leaped and played, just for the fun of it! My, it felt good! Oh, it was such a wonderful, wonderful day! When all of a sudden I stepped into a big hole and fell, right to the bottom of it! I seemed to be in a long tunnel. 'Way ahead I could see light, so I started towards. At the end I found myself in a strange land! It looked... well, it looked just like page out of story books. And everything was hushed and still, like your room at night after you've gone to sleep.

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Rivera:
[turning away from Friedman] I ain't talkin' to you no more. Hey, Judson!



Pvt. Judson:
[running up from the rear] Yeah?



Rivera:
You ever go camping in the woods?



Pvt. Judson:
What woods?



Rivera:
[to Friedman, jerking thumb towards Judson] Get that, willya?


[to Judson]



Rivera:
ANY woods!



Pvt. Judson:
No.



Rivera:
That's it! You don't know what you missed. You ain't never lived until you toasted a mickey over the coals. It ain't like Army chow. You can sit around the campfire - you can shoot it all nght, if you want to. You can go fishing - all that kinda stuff.



Friedman:
[sarcastically] Outdoor man.



Rivera:
Next time they make you a civilian, Judson, try a camp in the woods. Tell 'em I sent you.



Pvt. Judson:
Tell who?



Rivera:
The birds - and the bees! Did your old man ever tell you about the birds and the bees?



Pvt. Judson:
No.



Rivera:
Hear that, Friedman? Judson never heard of the birds and bees.



Friedman:
That's terrible!



Rivera:
Shall we tell him?



Friedman:
Maybe we'd better.



Rivera:
Give us a butt, Judson; we'll tell you alllll about the birds and the bees.



Pvt. Judson:
Ain't got a butt.

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Rigby:
Look, why don't you stop acting like you're alone in the jungle?



Elizabeth:
I'm not?



Rigby:
OK, so you are, but you'd be surprised how nice the birds and the beasts can be if you'll only give them a chance.



Elizabeth:
Tell me, Rigby, do you fly, walk on all fours...or crawl?

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Speckle:
I got Rick's camera and Mr. Logan's field glasses and my telescope. Come on!



Russell:
I told you I'd rather go swimmin'.



Speckle:
It isn't such a walk. Besides, I need you to help me get up that tree.



Russell:
Who wants to look at some baby birds anywhow?



Gerald:
I like baby birds.



Speckle:
They're Cooper's Hawks fledglings, and besides, you never know what else you might run into.



Russell:
Maybe we'll find a spot to go swimmin'!

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The Laird:
Never shoot Kestrels, George. They're wonderful birds and do a power of good.

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Carrie Pipperidge:
[singing] When I marry Mister Snow / The flowers will be buzzin' with the hum of bees / The birds will make a racket in the churchyard trees / When I marry Mister Snow.

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Clarence:
Our new member has come to us for help. Would someone volunteer to tell what B.A. has done for him?



B.A. Cat #1:
I was a three-bird-a-day pussycat, until B.A. helped me.


[Applause]



B.A. Cat #2:
Being on a bird kick cost me five homes. B.A. helped me solve my problem.


[Applause]



Sylvester:
Fellow members, from now on my motto is: Birds is strictly for the birds.


[Applause]

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Beggar:
Flying birds find something, sitting birds only find death. I have found both women and churches.

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Norman Bates:
You-you eat like a bird.



Marion Crane:
[Looking around at the stuffed birds while eating] And you'd know, of course.



Norman Bates:
No, not really. Anyway, I hear the expression 'eats like a bird' - it-it's really a


[stammers]



Norman Bates:
fals-fals-fals-falsity. Because birds really eat a tremendous lot. But -I-I don't really know anything about birds. My hobby is stuffing things. You know - taxidermy.

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Narrator:
Are you nervous, pussycat?



Sylvester:
Yep.



Narrator:
Why don't you try reading? That always helps.



Sylvester:
Yeah. Yeah, that's a good idea, and besides, reading is good for you.


[picks a book from the shelf, sits down and reads it]



Sylvester:
Once upon a time there lived three birds - a mama bird, a papa bird, and a cute little... blue eyed... baby bird.


[drops the book and screams]

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Atticus Finch:
I remember when my daddy gave me that gun. He told me that I should never point it at anything in the house; and that he'd rather I'd shoot at tin cans in the backyard. But he said that sooner or later he supposed the temptation to go after birds would be too much, and that I could shoot all the blue jays I wanted - if I could hit 'em; but to remember it was a sin to kill a mockingbird. Well, I reckon because mockingbirds don't do anything but make music for us to enjoy. They don't eat people's gardens, don't nest in the corncrib, they don't do one thing but just sing their hearts out for us.

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Melanie Daniels:
Just what is it you're looking for, sir?



Mitch Brenner:
Lovebirds.



Melanie Daniels:
Lovebirds, sir?



Mitch Brenner:
Yes. I understand there are different varieties. Is that true?



Melanie Daniels:
Oh yes, there are.



Mitch Brenner:
Well, uh, these are for my sister, for her birthday, see, and uh, as she's only gonna be eleven, I, I wouldn't want a pair of birds that were... too demonstrative.



Melanie Daniels:
I understand completely.



Mitch Brenner:
At the same time, I wouldn't want them to be too aloof, either.



Melanie Daniels:
No, of course not.



Mitch Brenner:
Do you happen to have a pair of birds that are... just friendly?

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Sebastian Sholes, fisherman in diner:
Hell, maybe we're all getting a little carried away with this. Admittedly a few birds did act strange, but that's no reason to...



Melanie Daniels:
I keep telling you, this isn't 'a few birds'! These are gulls, crows, swifts...!



Mrs. Bundy, elderly ornithologist:
I have never known birds of different species to flock together. The very concept is unimaginable. Why, if that happened, we wouldn't stand a chance! How could we possibly hope to fight them?

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[gathering wood to shore up the tunnels, Hilts removes the wooden slats from bunk beds in the sleeping area of the prisoner barracks, holding a stack of them, and walks carefully out into the hallway]



Flight Lt. Denys Cavendish "The Surveyor":
[passes Hilts in the hallway on his way to his bunk bed] Five gold rings. Four calling birds - bloody singing, I've never worked so hard in all my life. Hi, Hilts!



Hilts:
[turns and tries to warn him] Say, Cavendish...



Flight Lt. Denys Cavendish "The Surveyor":
Four calling birds, three French hens, two turtledoves, and a partridge in a pear - Alley-oop!


[Cavendish climbs to the top bunk, and vaults onto the unsupported mattress, which collapses under his weight through the bed frame, as well as the two beneath it. Hilts approaches the doorway and sees Cavendish on the floor]



Hilts:
Never mind.


[Leaves]

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Mary Poppins:
[singing] Early each day to the steps of St. Paul's, the little old bird woman comes... In her own special way to the people she calls, come buy my bags full of crumbs. Come feed the little birds, show them you care, and you'll be glad if you do. Their young ones are hungry, their nests are so bare; all it takes is tuppence from you. Feed the birds, tuppence a bag. Tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a bag... Feed the birds, that's what she cries, while overhead her birds fill the skies. All around the cathedral the saints and apostles look down as she sells her wares. Although you can't see it, you know they are smiling each time someone shows that he cares. Though her words are simple and few, listen, listen, she's calling to you. Feed the birds, tuppence a bag. Tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a bag. Though her words are simple and few, listen, listen she's calling to you. Feed the birds, tuppence a bag. Tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a bag.

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Michael:
I want it to feed the birds.



Mr. Dawes Sr.:
Fiddlesticks, boy! Feed the birds and what have you got? Fat birds! But...


[sings]



Mr. Dawes Sr.:
If you invest your tuppence wisely in the bank, safe and sound, soon that tuppence, safely invested in the bank, will compound! And you'll achieve that sense of conquest, as your affluence expands! In the hands of the directors, who invest as propriety demands!

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Frances "Gidget" Lawrence:
Well, look at all these wiggy birds around here.

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Bonehead:
Lorelei, do you know about the Birds and the Bees?



Lorelei:
No.



Bonehead:
Well, I better get out of here or you're going to find out.

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