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Duty largely consists of pretending that the trivial is critical.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In our day the conventional element in literature is elaborately disguised by a law of copyright pretending that every work of art is an invention distinctive enough to be patented.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Modesty; the gentle art of enhancing your charm by pretending not to be aware of it.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If the reviewing of books be... an ungentle craft, the making of them is, for the most part, a dishonest one -- and that department of literature which ought to be entrusted to those only who are distinguished for their moral qualities is, not infrequently, in the hands of authors totally devoid of good taste, good feeling, and generous sentiment. The writers of Lives have, in our time, assumed a license not enjoyed by their more scrupulous predecessors -- for they interweave the adventures of the living with the memoirs of the dead; and, pretending to portray the peculiarities which sometimes mark the man of genius, they invade the privacy and disturb the peace of his surviving associates.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is no easy formula for determining right and wrong livelihood, but it is essential to keep the question alive. To return the sense of dignity and honor to manhood, we have to stop pretending that we can make a living at something that is trivial or destructive and still have sense of legitimate self-worth. A society in which vocation and job are separated for most people gradually creates an economy that is often devoid of spirit, one that frequently fills our pocketbooks at the cost of emptying our souls.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Bruce Wayne: [as Alfred opens the curtains] Bats are nocturnal.
Alfred Pennyworth: Bats might be, but even for billionaire playboys, three o'clock is pushing it. The price of leading a double life, I think. Look at who's made an impression.
[shows the newspaper to Bruce]
Bruce Wayne: Theatricality and deception are powerful weapons, Alfred. It's a good start.
Alfred Pennyworth: If those are to be the first of many other injuries to come, it will be wise to find a suitable excuse. Polo, for instance.
Bruce Wayne: I'm not learning polo, Alfred.
Alfred Pennyworth: Strange injuries and non-existent social life, these things beg the question as to what exactly does Bruce Wayne do with his time and his money.
Bruce Wayne: And what does that make me do?
Alfred Pennyworth: Drive sports cars, date movie stars, buy things that are not for sale... who knows, Master Wayne? You start pretending to have fun, you might even have a little by accident.More [08/15/2005 12:08:00]
Eric: [reading lines passionately for Landon] Nothing's coincidence, baby. You know you're the only one who can make me sing.
[jokingly pretending to hump Mrs. Garber]
Eric: Oh yeah Miss Garber, oh, you gonna put Eric in all your plays!
[as Miss Garber]
Eric: Oh Eric, I'm gonna put you in all my plays!More [10/26/2005 12:10:00]
Cady: Oh, God...
Janis: You dirty little liar!
Cady: I'm sorry, I can explain.
Janis: Explain what? How you forgot to invite us to your cool party?
Damian: Janis, I cannot stop this car. I have a curfew.
Cady: You know I couldn't invite you! I had to pretend to be plastic.
Janis: Hey, buddy, you're not pretending anymore! You're plastic! Cold, shiny, hard plastic!
Damian: Curfew, 1a.m., it is now 1:10.
Janis: Did you have an awesome time? Did you drink awesome shooters, listen to awesome music, and just soak up each others awesomeness?
Cady: You know what? You're the one who made me like this so you could use me for your eighth grade revenge!
Janis: God! See, at least me and Regina George know we're mean! You try to act so innocent like, ?Oh, I use to live in Africa with all the little birdies, and the little monkeys?.
Cady: You know what! It's not my fault you're like, in love with me, or something!
Janis: What?
Damian: Oh no she did not!
Janis: See, that's the thing with you plastics, you think everyone's in love with you, but in realitly, everyone *hates* you, like Aaron Samules for example! He broke up with Regina and guess what, he still doesn't want you, Cady! So why are you still messing with Regina? I'll tell you why, because you are a mean girl, you're a bitch! Here, you can have this, it won a prize.
[Damian drives away with Janis, yelling out the window]
Damian: And I want my pink shirt back! I want my pink shirt back!More [11/02/2005 12:11:00]
I don't think that we necessarily lie. I mean, we make our living by pretending that we're someone else. I don't tell tall tales. I always tell the truth.More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
Nobody I represent is pretending to be the pope or a role model for young people. People have to live their lives. They have the right to smoke if they want.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
I've never had to turn my hand to anything for monetary gain, other than pretending to be somebody else. I'm deeply fortunate.More [04/11/2006 12:04:00]
I was 11 and always watched TV and cartoons and I would always kind of point at the cartoons and say, "I want to do that." And a friend of mine got me an interview with their agent and that was it. I just kind of started pretending for a job. That was it. I pretended for a living.More [04/14/2006 12:04:00]
I got attention by being funny at school, pretending to be retarded, and jumping around with a deformed hand.More [05/24/2006 12:05:00]
So it wasn't actually that bad, it took a couple of weeks to sort of get used to uh, you know, standing around and pretending to have ice shoot out of your hand, but once you got used to that it uh, it was actually not that hard.More [06/13/2006 12:06:00]
You subconsciously know when actors are pretending to the air. It's just this fake video game.More [06/26/2006 12:06:00]
Uncle Vernon: And Dudley, you will be?
Dudley Dursley: I'll be waiting to open the door.
Uncle Vernon: Excellent. And you?
Harry: I'll be in my bedroom, making no noise and pretending I don't exist.More [02/21/2007 12:02:00]
ď'We didn't have enough money, or horses of our own I would take an old saddle and put it on a swing every day, pretending I was on a horse. It's still my dream to have a horse one day.ĒMore [02/22/2007 12:02:00]
Uncle Ben: I don't mean to lecture and I don't mean to preach. And I know I'm not your father...
Peter Parker: Then stop pretending to be!More [03/18/2007 12:03:00]
Uncle Ed: What's this I hear from Stephanie about you becoming a policeman?
Billy Costigan: You mean Stephanie, who was the only one who came to my father's funeral? That Stephanie?
Uncle Ed: Yeah, *that* Stepanie.
Billy Costigan: Nothing much to it, Uncle Edward.
Uncle Ed: Are you trying to prove something to the family?
Billy Costigan: When you say "the family," who do mean exactly? You?
Uncle Ed: You always have to question everything, don't you?
Billy Costigan: Maybe it would have done you some good to have some *questions* from time to time, you know? "Am I an asshole? Are my kids a mess? Is my wife a money-grubbing whore?" I mean, those are questions, right? "Have I ever been good to my dying sister or am I just now pretending to be?"
Uncle Ed: Do you need some money for the funeral?
Billy Costigan: When my mother dies, we don't have any more connection.
[Billy walks away]More [03/22/2007 12:03:00]
Rochester: Oh, written a new play has he? All those afternoons pretending to slope of and roger his mistress, like a decent chap, he was lurking in his rooms poking away at a play. That is disgusting, George.More [04/10/2007 12:04:00]
J.M. Barrie: [discussing Sylvia's reluctance to accept her illness] They can see it, you know. You can't go on just pretending.
Sylvia Llewelyn Davies: Just pretending? You brought pretending into this family, James. You showed us we can change things by simply believing them to be different.
J.M. Barrie: A lot of things, Sylvia. Not everything.
Sylvia Llewelyn Davies: But the things that matter. We've pretended for some time now that you're a part of this family, haven't we? You've come to mean so much to us all that now, it doesn't matter if it's true. And even if it isn't true, even if that can never be... I need to go on pretending... until the end... with you.More [04/10/2007 12:04:00]
Angelika: Not even the animals would drink from that stream.
[Dax and Letorc, who have been drinking it, spit out the water]
Letorc, Dax: Merde!
[Then they realize that they are pretending to be German]
Letorc, Dax: I mean, Scheiße!More [04/16/2007 12:04:00]
[while Algy is pretending to be Jack's brother]
Jack: [whispering] Algy! Algy! Algy!
[Algy looks around, as if wondering who Jack's calling]
Jack: Ernest.
Algy: Ah, good morning, dear fellow.More [04/20/2007 12:04:00]
[discovering the Wolf is pretending to be Granny]
Red: You again! What do I have to do, get a restraining order?More [04/28/2007 12:04:00]
Heather: [On the phone to Oz] Oz what should I do now?
Stifler: [Also on the phone pretending to be Oz] Oh Heather baby. Why don't you tell me my dick is as big as Stifler's.
Oz: Stifler get off.
Stifler: I am getting off listening to the two of you. Keep going.More [05/03/2007 12:05:00]
Alison Gordon: How can you go through life pretending that your happy?
Dr. Lawrence Gordon: I am happy.
Alison Gordon: That is complete bull shit, i'd rather you breakdown and tell me that you hated me at leats there would be some passion in it.More [06/25/2007 12:06:00]
Sam Fuller: I am not going out there as a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be Tina Turner. I can't afford therapy on my salary.More [06/27/2007 12:06:00]
Sam Fuller: [after Gracie, pretending to be an old woman in a wheelchair, stands up] Ida, you can walk?
Gracie Hart: Praise Jesus!
Sam Fuller: Moses!
Gracie Hart: Moses! Oh, sign me up for this place! The men make me all fachuchin!More [06/27/2007 12:06:00]
Telly: [on the phone with his girlfriend] No, you can't come by here... because I'm pretending to be gay... because in L.A., a straight male hairdresser is an unemployed male hairdresser.More [08/23/2007 12:08:00]
Barbara Novak: I'm not gonna storm out of here, Catch. And I'm not gonna admit that you got Barbara Novak to fall in love... because I'm not Barbara Novak. There is no Barbara Novak.
Catcher Block: Huh?
Barbara Novak: And I didn't fall in love with Zip Martin. I fell in love with Catcher Block. And that was a year ago, when for three and a half weeks, I worked as your secretary. I don't expect you to remember me. I wasn't a blond then. But you did ask me out. And it broke my heart to say no, but I loved you too much. I couldn't bear to become just another notch in your bedpost. With your dating habits, I knew that even if I was lucky enough to get a regular spot on your rotating schedule... I would never have your undivided attention long enough for you to fall in love with me. I knew I had to do something to set myself apart. I knew I had to quit my job as your secretary... and write an international best-seller controversial enough... to get the attention of a New York publisher as well as "KNOW" magazine... but insignificant enough that as long as I went unseen, "KNOW" magazine's star journalist would refuse to do a cover story about it. I knew that every time we were supposed to meet, you would get distracted by one of your many girlfriends and stand me up... and this would give me a reason to fight with you over the phone... and declare that I wouldn't meet with you for a hundred years. And then all I would have to do was be patient and wait... the two or three weeks it would take for everyone in the world to buy a copy of my best-seller - and then I would begin to get the publicity I would need for you... to, one, see what I look like, and, two, see me denounce you in public as the worst kind of man. I knew that this would make you wanna get even by writing one of your exposés. And in order to do that, you would have to go undercover, assume a false identity and pretend to be the kind of man who would make the kind of girl I was pretending to be fall in love. And I knew that since I was pretending to be a girl who would have sex on the first date you would have pretend to be a man who wouldn't have sex for several dates. And in doing so, we would go out on lots of dates to all the best places and all the hit shows until finally, one night, you would take me back to your place - that you were pretending was someone else's - in order to get the evidence you needed to write your exposé... by seducing me until I said, "I love you." But saying "I love you" was also my plan. I just wanted to tell you the truth so that when you heard me say, "I love you" you would know that I knew who you were, and you would know who I was. Then you, the great Catcher Block, would know that you'd been beaten at your own game... by me, Nancy Brown, your former secretary. And I would have, once and for all, set myself apart from all the other girls you've known, all those other girls that you never really cared about, by making myself someone like the one person you really love and admire above all others: you. Then, when you realized that you had finally met your match... I would have at last gained the respect that would make you wanna marry me first and seduce me later.
[after looking at Catch's face]
Barbara Novak: I just wanted you to hear all this from me before you heard it from your private eye.More [09/25/2007 12:09:00]
I love performing and pretending - it's very easy for me.More [10/17/2007 12:10:00]
Now all of a sudden I'm so less interested in pretending to be a lot of other people, and much more interested in being me.More [10/17/2007 12:10:00]
Marybeth: What happens at the end of all those stories? How does Invasion of the Body Snatchers end?
Stokely: They get us. They win. We lose.
Marybeth: Maybe we really win, I mean Stan didn't look unhappy.
Stokely: That's because that wasn't Stan, they took away who he was.
Marybeth: Maybe they just bettered who he was. Cleared away his confusion. I know you pride yourself on being the outsider, but aren't you tired of pretending to be something you're not? I know I am.More [10/26/2007 12:10:00]
Dr. Baronovich: Do you smoke?
Maj. Gant: No, not for years.
Dr. Baronovich: [throws a pack of cigarettes onto the table] Learn again, now.
Maj. Gant: [picking up the pack] These aren't even Russian cigarettes.
Dr. Baronovich: Foreign cigarettes in the mouth of the person you are pretending to be will be even more convincing than anything else - even your papers.More [11/09/2007 12:11:00]
Otto: I'm here because I'm bored. Bored hanging around this God-awful city. Shoving George's ugly pic... Talking to a lot of snotty, stuck up, intellectual British faggots. Jesus they're uptight they get rigor mortis in the prime of life in this country, standing there with their hair clenched.
Otto: [finds a letter from Archie to Wanda] Just, counting the seconds to the weekends so they can all dress up like ballerinas and whip themselves into a frenzy at the flat at 4. 2B St.
Otto: [recovering] To be honest I hate them. I mean pretending they're so fucking lawyer.
Otto: [recovering again] superior, so fucking superior with those phony accents.
Otto: [Ken peeks in the room] Not you Ken, you have a beautiful speaking voice... when it works.
Otto: [about Wanda] Son of a bitch!
Otto: [to Wanda, loudly] So, wanna have some lunch?
Otto: [quietly] Have you heard from him?
Wanda: Who?
Otto: Archie.
Wanda: [loudly] No I have to finish my hair!
Wanda: [quietly] No.
Otto: Nothing?
Otto: [loudly] Ok well I'm outta here!
Otto: [quietly] No plans to see him?
Wanda: No.
Wanda: [loudly] Ok. Bye Bro.
Otto: Bye Wanda!
[Punches Wanda's picture, hands it to Ken]
Otto: Oh Sorry.More [11/11/2007 12:11:00]
Jim: Hey, Gord, the water cold enough for ya?
[Turns the water temp level down, then breaks into the bathroom, then flushes the toilet]
Jim: Don't tell me this boy's so stupid he doesn't know the difference between hot and cold.
[opens shower to find Gord with a soap on a rope in Scuba Gear]
Jim: Hey, what are ya doing in my scuba gear?
Gord: Look, I found a treasure.
Jim: That's a soap on a rope!
Gord: SHhhhhhhhhh, I'm pretending it's a treasure.More [11/26/2007 12:11:00]
Gord Brody: This is "Little Timmy". He gets us food and stuff. Right, little timmy?
Jim: What the fuck is going on Gord? Why aren't you at your new job?
Gord Brody: What are you talking about Timmy?
Jim: Gord... Jesus. There ain't no big computer job... is there? You're just gallavantin' around in my suit pretending to be some kind of mover 'n shaker aren't you?More [11/26/2007 12:11:00]
Goofy: You really had him fooled, Pete!
Max: Me? You jumped out of your skin!
Goofy: Uh-uh! I was just pretending for your sake!
Max: Oh, right! Sure!More [01/03/2008 12:01:00]
Rizzo: Hey Zuko! I've got a surprise for you.
Danny: Oh, Yeah?
Rizzo: [chuckles] Yeah
Danny: [throws Sandy in front of him] Sandy!
Sandy: Danny!
Danny: Wha-what are you doing here, I thought you were moving back to Australia?
Sandy: We were but we had a change in plans!
[His friends stare at Danny with a strange face and he changes moods, pretending like he doesn't care]More [01/07/2008 12:01:00]
If we remove ourselves from the world, we are pretending that we can follow our own individual enlightenment and let the rest of the world go to hell, so to speak.More [02/18/2008 12:02:00]
Havana: It's getting pretty hazy. It better start coming clearer. This steel is getting tiring.
Ezekiel: You want to go to sleep?
Havana: No, I don't mean tired like that. You know, tired like I'm just sick of pretending all the time.
[takes her jacket off and hands it to Zeke]
Havana: Here, put this on.
Ezekiel: What do you pretend about?
Havana: Well, for one thing, my name isn't really Havana.
Ezekiel: It's not?
Havana: No, it's Betsy. Betsy Iggins. I thought Havana sounded better, more glam, more with it. Kinda like those one-name things like Madonna, Cher, Marilyn...
Ezekiel: Who's Marilyn?
Havana: Who's Marilyn? Marilyn Monroe. Only my hero.
Ezekiel: Why?
Havana: Zeke, she was beautiful. She had fabulous houses and boats and men and cars and furs and jewels and clothes. Everything a girl could want.
Ezekiel: And she had a nice family, too?
Havana: Well, that part didn't work out so good.
Ezekiel: But you said she had everything. And if she didn't have a nice family, it sounds like she had nothing.More [03/20/2008 12:03:00]
Mrs. Marshall: You haven't changed, Mary. Not at all.
Mary Marshall: Thank you, Aunt Sarah. Oh, it's so good to be here.
Mrs. Marshall: I'm so glad to have you with us, dear. Awfully glad. Barbara, come on down! You can share Barbara's room.
Mary Marshall: Oh, dear, I don't want to disturb anybody. I, don't ...
Mrs. Marshall: Oh, nonsense. Barbara will love to have you. Here, for heaven's sake, give me your coat. Anyway, it's the guest room, or it was before Barbara was born. Besides, I think it would be a very good thing for Barbara. She's seventeen.
Mary Marshall: Seventeen?
Mrs. Marshall: And she's pretty, spoiled, and at an age, oh, you know. I think an older girl will be a very good thing for her right now. Like you. Yes, like you. Now, there's a million things to talk about, but first you want to wash up.
Barbara Marshall: [coming downstairs] Hello, Mary. I'm awfully glad to see you.
Mary Marshall: Hello, Barbara. Why, I never would have known you. She's grown into a beauty.
Barbara Marshall: Welcome home.
Mrs. Marshall: Take Mary up to your room, dear.
Barbara Marshall: Follow me, lady, to my boudoir. Although it's small, not much bigger than a cell. Oh, I'm sorry, Mary.
Mary Marshall: Look, there's just one thing. We all know that I've been in prison, and I'm going back in eight days. And there's no use pretending it isn't so. It just won't be any good unless everybody says what he thinks, and doesn't try to cover up.
Mrs. Marshall: Oh, you're a fine girl, Mary. Now go up and see your room.More [04/07/2008 12:04:00]
Louis: Vampires pretending to be humans, pretending to be vampires.
Claudia: How avant-garde.More [04/21/2008 12:04:00]
Daniel: Don't those lies bother you?
Miyagi: No.
Daniel: Why not? people might think that they are true.
Miyagi: Lies only become true if person choose to believe.
Daniel: Is that another old Okinawa saying?
Miyagi: No. New Okinawa saying.
Daniel: How new?
Miyagi: Lets see...
[pauses, pretending to think]
Miyagi: About ten seconds.More [05/21/2008 12:05:00]
Mike: They're pretending to be alive...
Riley: Isn't that what we're doing? Pretending to be alive?More [06/28/2008 12:06:00]
[Susan is pretending to be a mobster]

David Huxley:
Constable, she's making all this up from motion pictures she's seen!

Susan Vance:
Oh, I suppose I saw you with that ragged old skirt in the motion pictures, did I?

Constable Slocum:
Oh, another woman, eh?

Susan Vance:
Sure, I wouldn't be squealing on him if he didn't give me the run-around with that other twist.

Constable Slocum:
Oh, so he's a lady killer.

Susan Vance:
A lady killer! He's a regular Don Swan. Loves the ladies, don't ya, honey? He pops them off, one, two, three.

[Pretends to open a cork and toss it away]

Susan Vance:
He's a wolf.

David Huxley:
[Claps his head] Oh, so now I'm a wolf!

[Collapses on a cot]

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[Stony, one of the Mesquiteers, is pretending to be "Mr. Benson"]

Jane Mason:
These are the Mesquiteers, Mr. Smith and Mr. Joslin. I'd like to present Mr. Benson.

Stony Brooke, Tucson Smith, Lullaby Joslin:

Stony Brooke:
Strange lookin' characters, aren't they? I heard there were three of them. The third must be the brains.

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Jenny Grier:
[when Juan finally speaks English after pretending he only knows Spanish] So, he speaks American!

Juan Martínez:
And ten other languages, my dear - but I don't tell anything I don't want to in any of them.

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Dr. Alec Harvey:
I love you. I love your wide eyes, the way you smile, your shyness, and the way you laugh at my jokes.

Laura Jesson:
[whimpers] Please don't.

Dr. Alec Harvey:
I love you. I love you. You love me too. It's no use pretending it hasn't happened cause it has.

Laura Jesson:
Yes it has. I don't want to pretend anything either to you or to anyone else. But from now on, I shall have to. That's what's wrong. Don't you see? That's what spoils everything. That's why we must stop, here and now, talking like this. We're neither of us free to love each other. There's too much in the way. There's still time, if we control ourselves and behave like sensible human beings. There's still time.

[She is overcome with tears]

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Tommy Green:
Pop, are we Jewish? Jimmy Kelley said we were. Our janitor told his janitor.

Phil Green:
Well, what did you tell Jimmy Kelley?

Tommy Green:
I said I'd ask you.

Phil Green:
Well, it's like this. Remember that movie Kathy and I took you to, and you asked if things like that really happened?

Tommy Green:
Kathy said they were pretending.

Phil Green:
Well, I'm pretending I'm Jewish for something I'm writing.

Tommy Green:
You mean like a game?

Phil Green:
Yes, but I'd appreciate it if you promised not to tell anybody it's a game.

Tommy Green:
Okay, Pop, sure.

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Victor Albee Norman:
Miss Hammer, take a memorandum. To Mr. Kimberly: Dear Kim, For four years I haven't been listening to the radio much. Paragraph. Kim, in that time, it's gotten worse, if possible. More irritating, more commercials per minute, more spelling out of words, as if no one in the audience had gotten past the first grade. Paragraph. I know how tough Evans is, and some of the other sponsors, but I think we make a great mistake in letting them have their own way. We're paid to advise them. Why can't we advise them that people are grateful for what free entertainment they get on the air, grateful enough to buy the product that provides good shows. But, they have some rights, Kim, it's their homes we go into, and they're not grateful to people who get one foot in the door by pretending to offer them music and drama, and then take too much time in corny sales talk. Paragraph. I want to go on record as saying that I think radio has to turn over a new leaf. We've pushed and badgered the listeners, we've sung to them and screamed at them, we've insulted them, cheated them and angered them, turned their homes into a combination grocery store, crap game and midway. Kim, some day, 50 million people are going to just reach out and turn off their radios,

[snaps fingers]

Victor Albee Norman:
snap, just like that - and that's the end of the gravy, for you, and me, and Evans. Sign it love and kisses, Vic.

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Jack Burden:
Anne, Burden's Landing is a place on the Moon. It isn't real. It doesn't exist. It's me pretending to live on what I earn. It's my mother trying to keep herself young and drinking herself old. It's you and Adam living in this house as though your father were still alive. It's an old man like the judge dreaming of the past.

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Louis Bork:
A wise boy like you should know I'm not kidding when I say I think I'm gonna kill you, Danny, just as sure as you're sitting there pretending you're not scared. I'd do it now like that

[Snapping his fingers]

Louis Bork:
without a thought except I want my money first. I'm funny that way.

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Frank Achilles 'Buzz' Cooper, Sr.:
Change? You changed her? How much? You can't expect her not to be what she is. I mean you can't... you have to live life with your eyes open to what she is. Because if you walk around with your eyes closed, pretending your blind, you know that's like rolling molasses up a sand hill.

Henry Cooper:
Molasses up a sand hill? Dad, where do you get this crap?

Frank Achilles 'Buzz' Cooper, Sr.:
I'm greek. You know, epic tragedy, we invented it and drama...

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Hubert Hawkins:
[disguised as an old man] Have you seen a group in the forest?

[Jean, pretending to be a deaf mute, makes a lot of hand gestures in response]

Hubert Hawkins:
She says, "No."

Captain of the Guard:
What took her so long?

Hubert Hawkins:

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[Prince has been pretending to sleep in the lobby of the hotel where they're holding Ben Wade]

Charlie Prince:
Any strangers come in town?

Hotel Proprietor-Bartender:
Not since you went to sleep, sir.

Charlie Prince:
I might as well go along. She won't come now.

Hotel Proprietor-Bartender:
Who was you plannin' to meet?

Charlie Prince:
My wife - she ran off with a travelin' man.

Hotel Proprietor-Bartender:
She did?

Charlie Prince:
That's why I've been sittin' up all night. I figgered he'd bring her here.

Hotel Proprietor-Bartender:
Well, whaddaya know? Mine ran off, too. I wonder why they do that.

Charlie Prince:
I don't know. I've always treated mine alright - never hit her too hard.

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Danny... We know you're in here. You come on out now, and you got a chance. You can't get away, Maxie's got the whole town covered!

[Shark flips out his switch-blade]

This is it, buddy! This is the big get-even day! We've got a lot to settle up, you and me. Danny I knew it was your old man that night. I knew it, and I slugged him anyway, so you come on out and get me! You come out and get me, or we're coming in!

[Shark and his cohort continue to try to trap and corner Danny. Danny climbs up and stands on the bottom sill of a hidden window on the wall in a dark part of the alley as he hides from Shark and his cohort]

I'm gonna let you in on a little secret, kid. We've been laughing at you. Me and Maxie, ever since it happened we've been splitting a gut. You told me once we'd tangle again. Well, now's your chance. Come on, Danny Boy!

[Shark's cohort inadvertently walks below Danny, then Danny jumps down from the window sill onto, and knocks the cohort out]

You got him?

Danny Fisher:
[Using a muffled voice, pretending to be Shark's cohort answering,] YEAH!

[thinking his cohort knocked Danny out, but it's the other way around] Hold him. I wanna put my mark on him. Where is he?

[Danny surprises Shark as he charges at him and a fight ensues to a permanent finish]

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Roger Thornhill:
The moment I meet an attractive woman, I have to start pretending I have no desire to make love to her.

Eve Kendall:
What makes you think you have to conceal it?

Roger Thornhill:
She might find the idea objectionable.

Eve Kendall:
Then again, she might not.

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[on the yacht Junior's pretending he owns] Which is the port and which is the starboard?

Well that depends. That depends on whether you're coming or going. I mean, *normally*, normally, the aft is on the other side of the stern. But - And that's the bridge, so you can get from one side of the boat to the other.

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Oh Liza! We're pretending we're Mother and Father and we're going to the ball tonight, come play!

Always playing games? I have much more important things to do than play make believe and dancing.

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