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A blow with a word strikes deeper than a blow with a sword.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We are so bound together that no man can labor for himself alone. Each blow he strikes in his own behalf helps to mold the universe.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Most of us are umpires at heart; we like to call balls and strikes on somebody else.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The first thing that strikes a visitor to Paris is a taxi.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No notice is taken of a little evil, but when it increases it strikes the eye.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Sir Walter, being strangely surprised and put out of his countenance at so great a table, gives his son a damned blow over the face. His son, as rude as he was, would not strike his father, but strikes over the face the gentleman that sat next to him and said Box about: twill come to my father anon.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Our law very often reminds one of those outskirts of cities where you cannot for a long time tell how the streets come to wind about in so capricious and serpent-like a manner. At last it strikes you that they grew up, house by house, on the devious tracks of the old green lanes; and if you follow on to the existing fields, you may often find the change half complete.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
He who strikes terror in others is himself continually in fear.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
One of the great reasons for the popularity of strikes is that they give the suppressed self a sense of power. For once the human tool knows itself a man, able to stand up and speak a word or strike a blow.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Television thrives on unreason, and unreason thrives on television. It strikes at the emotions rather than the intellect.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Illness strikes men when they are exposed to change.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
History tells us more than we want to know about what is wrong with man, and we can hardly turn a page in the daily press without learning the specific time, place, and name of evil. But perhaps the most pervasive evil of all rarely appears in the news. This evil, the waste of human potential, is particularly painful to recognize for it strikes our parents and children, our friends and brothers, ourselves.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Happiness is a sunbeam which may pass through a thousand bosoms without losing a particle of its original ray; nay, when it strikes on a kindred heart, like the converged light on a mirror, it reflects itself with redoubled brightness. It is not perfected till it is shared.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
He who strikes first, strikes twice.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The worker can unionize, go out on strike; mothers are divided from each other in homes, tied to their children by compassionate bonds; our wildcat strikes have most often taken the form of physical or mental breakdown.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Happiness depends more on how life strikes you than on what happens.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Cardinal rule for all hitters with two strikes on them: Never trust the umpire.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The sight of a Black nun strikes their sentimentality; and, as I am unalterably rooted in native ground, they consider me a work of primitive art, housed in a magical color; the incarnation of civilized, anti-heathenism, and the fruit of a triumphing idea.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Ray Ferrier: Lightning never strikes in the same place twice.More [10/31/2005 12:10:00]
Longbaugh: I've... never killed a man.
Interviewer: I beg your pardon?
Longbaugh: I said I never killed a man.
Interviewer: I didn't ask if you had.
Longbaugh: You asked why I thought I was qualified, I think of that as qualification.
Interviewer: And I'm just wondering why that in particular strikes you as an important qualification for semen donation.
Longbaugh: I would say thats a big fucking qualification - excuse me, a very important qualification.
Interviewer: No one's ever said that before.
Longbaugh: Have you ever asked?
Interviewer: No.
Longbaugh: You should.More [12/08/2005 12:12:00]
Dr. Emmett Brown: Don't worry. As long as you hit that wire with the connecting hook at precisely 88mph the instant the lightning strikes the tower... everything will be fine.More [02/26/2007 12:02:00]
Imhotep: The sands of time have already begun to pour against you.
Alex: Yeah, yeah, I already heard this part. From the minute I put the bracelet on, seven days do I have before the Scorpion King wakes up.
Imhotep: Did you also hear that if you do not enter the pyramid before the sun strikes it on that very morning, that the bracelet will suck the life out of you?
Alex: That part I missed.More [03/25/2007 12:03:00]
["Saturday Night Fever" plays]
Blue Bell: They are called 'The Brothers Gibb'.
Blabberwort: And the song: it concerns a deadly fever that only strikes on Saturdays.More [03/28/2007 12:03:00]
Longshanks: Scottish rebels have routed one of my garrisons and murdered the noble lord.
Prince Edward: I heard. This Wallace is a brigand, nothing more.
Longshanks: And how would you deal with this 'brigand?'
Prince Edward: Like any common thief. Have the local magistrate arrest him and punish him accordingly.
Longshanks: [to all] Leave us.
[room clears, then Longshanks strikes the Prince]
Longshanks: Wallace has already killed the magistrate, and taken control of the town!More [04/08/2007 12:04:00]
It strikes me you’re trying to have it both ways, … I find it troubling, in terms of credibility.More [07/08/2007 12:07:00]
X-Phile 1: [after reenacting a lightsaber duel from The Empire Strikes Back] Hey! Luke doesn't push Vader!
X-Phile 2: Well he should've. I mean, the guy cut his hand off.More [07/08/2007 12:07:00]
Carrie: [coming down from upstairs, Margaret has called her down after the phonecall she received] Mama? Who was that, that called?
Margaret White: You're a woman now.
Carrie: Why didn't you tell me mama?
[Margaret strikes her over the head with the "Woman's Bible and begins to read a verse]
Margaret White: [reading] And God made Eve from the rib of Adam. And Eve was weak and loosed the raven on the world. And the raven was called sin. Say it, the raven was called sin.
Carrie: Why didn't you tell me, Mama?
Margaret White: Say it.
[hits Carrie in the face]
Margaret White: The raven was called sin.
Carrie: [Margaret hits her again] No, Mama.
[hits Carrie again]
Carrie: And the raven was called sin!
Margaret White: And the first sin was intercourse. The first sin was intercourse.
Carrie: I didn't sin, Mama.
Margaret White: Say it.
[hits her again]
Carrie: I didn't sin, Mama!
Margaret White: The first sin was intercourse. The first sin was intercourse. The first sin was intercourse.
Carrie: And the first sin was intercourse! Mama, I was so scared. I thought I was dying. And the girls, they all laughed at me and threw things at me, Mama.
[Margaret hits her again]
Margaret White: And Eve was weak, say it!
Carrie: No!
Margaret White: Eve was weak!
Carrie: No!
Margaret White: Eve was weak, say it woman!
Carrie: No!
Margaret White: Say it!
Carrie: Eve was weak, Eve was weak.
Margaret White: And the Lord visited Eve with the curse, and the curse was the curse of blood!
Carrie: You should have told me, Mama! You should have told me!
Margaret White: [kneels down and grabs Carrie's hand] Oh, Lord! Help this sinning woman see the sin of her days and ways. Show her that if she had remained sinless, this curse of blood would never have come on her!More [07/09/2007 12:07:00]
Randal Graves: Which did you like better? "Jedi" or "The Empire Strikes Back"?
Dante Hicks: "Empire".
Randal Graves: Blasphemy.
Dante Hicks: "Empire" had the better ending. I mean, Luke gets his hand cut off, finds out Vader's his father, Han gets frozen and taken away by Boba Fett. It ends on such a down note. I mean, that's what life is, a series of down endings. All "Jedi" had was a bunch of Muppets.More [07/24/2007 12:07:00]
Bob Hauk: [reading Plissken's file] S.D. Plissken... American, Lieutenant: Special Forces Unit "Black Light". Two Purple Hearts, Leningrad and Siberia. Youngest man to be decorated by the President. Then you robbed the Federal Reserve Depository... life sentence, New York maximum security penitentary. I'm about to kick your ass out of *the world*, war hero...
Snake Plissken: [calmly strikes a match against Hauk's desk to light his cigarette and in a bored tone of voice] Who're you?
Bob Hauk: Hauk, Police Commissioner.
Snake Plissken: Bob Hauk...
Bob Hauk: Special Forces Unit "Texas Thunder"... we heard of you too, Plissken.More [10/16/2007 12:10:00]
Merlin: Now look, I once stood exposed to the Dragon's Breath so that a man could lie one night with a woman. It took me nine moons to recover. And all for this lunacy called, "love, " this mad distemper that strikes down both beggar and king. Never again. Never.More [10/22/2007 12:10:00]
Merlin: What are you afraid of?
Arthur: I don't know.
Merlin: Shall I tell you what's out there?
Arthur: Yes, please.
Merlin: The dragon. A beast of such power that if you were to see it whole and complete in a single glance, it would burn you to cinders.
Arthur: Where is it?
Merlin: It is everywhere. It is everything. Its scales glisten in the bark of trees. Its roar is heard in the wind. And its forked tongue strikes like...
[lightning strikes]
Merlin: Like lightning, yes that's it.
Arthur: How can I...? What shall I...? Must I...?
Merlin: Do nothing. Be still. Sleep. Rest in the arms of the dragon. Dream.More [10/22/2007 12:10:00]
Carl Showalter: [entering cabin, with shot-up face] You should see the other guy.
[sees Jean Lundegaard's dead body]
Carl Showalter: Fuck happened to her?
Gaear Grimsrud: [watching TV and eating TV dinner] Uh, she started shrieking, y'know.
Carl Showalter: Geesus. Well, I got the money. All of it. All eighty grand.
[puts a couple stacks of bills down on table]
Carl Showalter: That's forty for you, forty for me.
[Grimsrud pokes at the stacks of bills with his fork]
Carl Showalter: That's it, then. You can have my truck. I'm takin' the Ceira.
Gaear Grimsrud: We split that.
Carl Showalter: [pause] How'dya split a fucking car, ya dummy? With a fucking chainsaw?
Gaear Grimsrud: One of us pays the other for half.
Carl Showalter: Hold on! No fucking way! You fuckin' notice this? I got fuckin' shot! I got fuckin' shot in the face! I went and got the fuckin' money; I got shot fuckin' picking it up. I've been up for thirty-six fucking hours! I'm taking' that fuckin' car! That fucker's mine! You fucking asshole!
[as usual, no response from Grimsrud]
Carl Showalter: You know, I've been listening to your fuckin' bullshit all week. Are we square?
[no response, staring at TV]
Carl Showalter: Are WE square? Yeah, ya fuckin' mute. And if you see your friend Shep Proudfoot, tell him I'm gonna nail his fuckin' ass!
[exits angrily toward the Ciera; Grimsrud follows him out the door with axe in hand]
Carl Showalter: [Showalter turns, sees Grimsrud striding toward him, axe raised] Oh no! Aaaaaah!
[Grimsrud strikes him with axe]
Carl Showalter: [he falls over, dead]More [10/30/2007 12:10:00]
It's three strikes felony law in California. You get three felonies of any kind, you get life in prison. (In Regards to bands name)
JIM KORTHEMore [11/12/2007 12:11:00]
Tommy Johnson: Are you gonna sit in some poxy office with a cunt for a boss telling you what to do as you count your pennies trying to make ends meet in a country that's sinking into strikes and wars and at the end of the day you go home to your cosy little flat in 'nowheresville' and pull your IKEA curtains shut to hide from the big bad world and pretend it's not happening? Or are you gonna stand up and be counted, make a difference and feel the rush? Just for once say "fuck it". I'm coiled up like a spring and I'm ready to burst and wanking ain't doing it anymore. I need violence to make me feel I'm still alive. I know what I'd rather do, mate. Tottenham away. Love it!More [11/19/2007 12:11:00]
Show me the country that has no strikes and I'll show you the country in which there is no liberty.More [01/28/2008 12:01:00]
Roman Officer: Do you know the penalty for a slave that strikes a Roman citizen?
[people in the crowd raise hands enthusiastically]
Roman Officer: Ok, you. You had your hand up first.
Man in crowd: Death by torture!
Roman Officer: No. You.
Man in crowd: Crucifixion!
Roman Officer: No. You.
Man in crowd: They shove a living snake up your ass!
Roman Officer: Ah, no... but that's very creative.More [03/16/2008 12:03:00]
Miroku: As a token of my gratitude for helping our furry friend, would you ladies kindly consider bearing my children?
[Sango strikes him on the head with her weapon]
Miroku: Forgive me. It's hard to control myself around such beauties.
Sango: Who asked you?More [04/21/2008 12:04:00]
Jim Garrison: So what really happened that day? Let's just for a moment speculate shall we? We have the epileptic seizure around 12:15, p.m. distracting the police making it easier for the shooters to move into their places. The epileptic later vanished, never checking into a hospital. The A-Team gets on the sixth floor of the depository. They were refurbishing the floors that week, which allowed unknown workmen access to the building. They move quickly into position just minutes before the shooting. The spotter on the radio talking to the other two teams has the best overall view, the God spot. B-Team one shooter and one spotter with radio gear and access to the building, moves into the lower floor of the Dal-Tex building. The third team, the C-Team moves into the picket fence behind the Grassy Knoll, where the shooter and the spotter are first spotted by the late Lee Bowers in the watch tower of the rail yard. They have the best position of all. Kennedy is close and on a flat low trajectory. Part of this team is a coordinator who has flashed security credentials at people chasing them out of the parking lot. Probably 2-3 more men are in the crowd on Elm. 10-12 men. Three shooters. Three spotters. The triangulation of fire that Clay Shaw and David Ferrie discussed two months before. They have walked the plaza. They know every inch. They have calibrated their sight. They have practiced on moving targets. They are ready. Kennedy's motorcade makes the turn from Main onto Houston. It's gonna be a turkey shoot. They don't shoot him coming up Houston, which is the easiest shot for a single shot from the Book Depository. They Wait. They wait until he gets in the killing zone, between three rifles. Kennedy makes the final turn from Houston onto Elm, slowing down to some 11 miles an hour. The shooters across Dealy Plaza tighten, taking their aim, waiting for the radio to say "Green! Green!" or "Abort! Abort!". The first shot rings out, sounding like a backfire it misses the car completely. Frame 161, Kennedy stops waiving as he hears something. Connaly's head turns slightly to the right. Frame 193, the second shot hits Kennedy in the throat from the front. Frame 225, the President emerging from behind the road sign, you can see that he's obviously been hit, raising his arms to his throat. The third shot, frame 232, takes Kennedy in the back pulling him downward and forward. Connaly you'll notice shows no signs at all of being hit. He is visibly holding his Stetson, which is impossiable if his wrist has been shattered. Connaly is turning here now, frame 238 the fourth shot. It misses Kennedy and takes Connaly in the back. This is the shot that proves there were two rifles. Connaly yells out "My God! They are going to kill us all." Somewhere around this time another shot that misses the car completely, strikes James Tague down by the underpass. The car brakes. The sixth and fatal shot, frame 313 takes Kennedy in the head from the front. This is the key shot. The President going back and to his left. Shot from the front and right. Totally inconstant with the shot from the Book Depository. So what happens then? Pandemonium.More [05/05/2008 12:05:00]
Johnny: [Kreese and Johnny are arguing in the parking lot after the All-Valley Tournament] Come on, that's not fair! I got second place!
John Kreese: Second place? Second place is no place! You're off the team!
Johnny: That sucks! I did my best!
John Kreese: What?
Johnny: I said I did my best!
John Kreese: You're nothing! You lost! You're a loser!
Johnny: No, YOU'RE the loser, man!
John Kreese: [grabs trophy from Johnny and breaks it, sending pieces flying] How's second place feel now?
[grabs and puts Johnny in choke hold... Bobby runs up but Kreese swats him away]
John Kreese: Don't!
Tommy: Come on, he can't breathe!
Bobby: Sensei, please... you're hurting him! He's sorry, he really is, OK?
Mr. Miyagi: [walking up to Kreese] Let him go.
Tommy: Yeah, Mr. Miyagi's right! Let him go!
[Kreese backhands Tommy]
John Kreese: [hissing] Beat it, slope... or you're NEXT!
Mr. Miyagi: I say, LET HIM GO!
[breaks hold and frees a gasping Johnny... Kreese strikes at Miyagi twice, breaking both hands in the process by slamming his fists through two car windows... Miyagi forces Kreese to his knees]
Mr. Miyagi: "Mercy is for the weak... when man confronts you, he is enemy...
[Kreese is staring fearfully at Miyagi, remembering his own words]
Mr. Miyagi: ... enemy deserve no mercy.
[Growls and brings fist to Kreese's nose, but honks it instead of delivering a fatal blow]More [05/21/2008 12:05:00]
Daniel Larusso: [tentatively] Mr. Miyagi?
[holds up injured tree]
Daniel Larusso: [a crash of thunder strikes outside]
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: [seeing this drops broom in sad shock but calmly takes the tree and starts fixing it]
Daniel Larusso: [worried sad] Will it be okay?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Depend if root's strong.More [05/23/2008 12:05:00]
Eleanor Crisp: [Eleanor Crisp enters locker room, where she finds and unloads Kimble's gun, and also finds her dead son's bullet-ridden body and Kimble slumped and bleeding on floor against the shower wall] Where's my grandson?
Detective John Kimble: [gasping] I don't know!
Eleanor Crisp: [Eleanor fires gun into wall, just inches above Kimble's head, hissing] Where's... my... grandson?
Detective John Kimble: [gasping continues] Go to hell!
Eleanor Crisp: That's exactly where you're going, you son of a bitch!
[moves towards Kimble and taking aim with pistol, suddenly accosted by an injured and bat-wielding Phoebe, who strikes her in the shoulder and knocks her to the floor]
Phoebe: You're not so tough without your car, are you?More [06/02/2008 12:06:00]
I think The Empire Strikes Back had everything.More [06/23/2008 12:06:00]
The Cat: When the wine drinks itself, when the skull speaks, when the clock strikes the right time, only then will you find the tunnel that leads to the Red Bull. There be a trick to it, of course.More [07/09/2008 12:07:00]
Christian: God I hate the snow.
Elder Aaron Davis: What are you doing here?
Christian: I came after you. How could you just leave without saying anything.
Elder Aaron Davis: It's not my choice, I am being sent home in shame. And I'm probably going to be excommunicated.
Christian: For a kiss? I mean it was a very nice kiss, but come on. We didn't even get to use our tongues.
Elder Aaron Davis: You wouldn't understand.
Christian: I'm sorry, I'm not very good at this. See, I've never made a fool out of myself in front of anyone before. But I've never felt this way before about anyone in my entire life.
Elder Aaron Davis: What for just some guy you can't have. And next week you'll be on to your next conquest?
Christian: But what if you're not? Huh? What if everything in my entire pathetic life, which I happen to love, has led to this point? Right here, right now. What if you're the blinding light in the middle of the road that strikes me like that guy, the guy in...
Elder Aaron Davis: The Bible?
Christian: Yeah.
Elder Aaron Davis: Paul.
Christian: Yeah. And what if everything has changed like that... and lions lay down with lambs and colors mix with whites. What if you're the one that I've been waiting for my whole life and I let you go?
Elder Aaron Davis: You have no idea what I'd be giving up.
Christian: Damn it! What is wrong with you? You want revelations engraved in gold and angels trumpting down from heaven? But what if this is it instead? Me, telling you I love you, right here, in the snow? I think that is pretty miraculous. But if you don't... I'll go. I'll walk and you can pretend that this was just some coincidence. You can pretend there wasn't some reason that we met, and that you're sorry I ever walked into you life.
[Christian walk to the door, but it won't open]
Christian: God, I hate the snow.
[Aaron grabs him and gives him a passionate kiss]More [07/11/2008 12:07:00]
Grand Councilwoman: Can we not simply destroy the island?
Pleakley: NO, crazyhead! The mosquito's food of choice, primitive humanoid lifeforms, have colonies all over that planet.
Grand Councilwoman: Are they intelligent?
Pleakley: No. But they're very delicate. In fact, every time an asteroid strikes their planet, they have to begin life all over. Fascinating, isn't it?More [07/21/2008 12:07:00]
Prof. Morlant:
You're afraid of me!



Laing:
[Shakes his head] I'm afraid FOR you.



Prof. Morlant:
[Referring to the jewel] If this should leave me, you'll have reason to fear... for when the full moon strikes the door of my tomb, I will come back. You hear? I will come back to kill!

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Nancy Oliver:
Gonna work on your tunes again tonight, sir? You're always working, aren't you?



Gregory Anton:
Yes. What are you doing with your evening out?



Nancy Oliver:
Oh, I'm going to a music hall...


[starts to sing 'Up in a balloon']



Gregory Anton:
I've never been to an English music hall.



Nancy Oliver:
Oh, you don't know what you've missed, sir...



Gregory Anton:
And whom are you going to the music hall with?



Nancy Oliver:
A gentleman friend, sir.



Gregory Anton:
Oh, now you know, Nancy, don't you, that gentlemen friends are sometimes inclined to take liberties with young ladies.



Nancy Oliver:
Oh no, sir, not with me. I can take care of myself - when I want to.



Gregory Anton:
You know, Nancy, it strikes me that you're not at all the kind of girl that your mistress should have for a housemaid.



Nancy Oliver:
[flirtatiously] No, sir? She's not the only one in the house - is she?

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[first lines]



Narrator:
In a large, eastern city, a demon is on the loose. The people are terrified, the police baffled. With diabolical cleverness, the monster strikes without warning... and draws mustaches on all the ads. No one knows who this fiend is. It could be you. It could be me.



Daffy Duck:
But it happens to be me!

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Police Lt. Harry Grant:
Funny thing how he always strikes in the rain.



Police Sgt. Art Collins:
Maybe he likes rain. Must be a fish.

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Addison DeWitt:
That I should want you at all suddenly strikes me as the height of improbability. But that in itself is probably the reason: You're an improbable person, Eve, and so am I. We have that in common. Also our contempt for humanity and inability to love and be loved, insatiable ambition, and talent. We deserve each other.

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Sgt. Tanaka:
When I get out of this, I'm gonna join the Air Force. No more beetle-crushing for me!



Sgt. Zack:
Aw, be smart. There's nothing like the infantry. If you're in a plane and get hit, what happens? You still gotta fall. There's two strikes against you. If you're on a ship and get hit, you can drown. In a tank, you can fry like an egg. But in the infantry, you get hit and that's it. One or the other, you're dead or alive. But you're on the ground. Get wise, there's nothing like the infantry.



Sgt. Tanaka:
Is he kidding?

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Reverend Edgett:
Ouch! ...You know, when a minister strikes his thumb, it's very frustrating.

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Steve Aloysius Williams:
[Last lines] Welcome to the ranks of the unemployed, Father.



Father Burke:
Only one of us. You'll be back here again next season.



Steve Aloysius Williams:
Me?



Father Burke:
Yes. Read the fine print in your contract. It says "If desired by the College, this agreement may be extended for twelve months."



Steve Aloysius Williams:
I never saw that.



Father Burke:
It's in Latin.


[the bell of the chapel clock tower strikes four. One clock face says 4:10, the other says 3:50. Father Burke looks at his watch]



Father Burke:
Right on the dot.


[On one of the clock faces, the minute hand slips and falls straight down to the half-hour position]

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Kambei Shimada:
Danger always strikes when everything seems fine.

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[Senator Blakely attempts to reason with hidden Indians]



Sen. Blakely:
Indian brothers, hear me! I extend my hand to you in friendship. Soon I go to the tents of your many chiefs to speak of peace and smoke the pipe of everlasting brotherhood. The promises I make you will be honored. If you allow us to go in peace and safety, then my mission can be fulfilled. And once again, you can lay aside your war drums and return to your families, raise your corn and hunt your buffalo. Tell me that my words are not blown away with the wind. Tell me that I am heard. Tell me that you will leave here now in peace and go to your villages. Speak to me, Indian brothers, so that I may know, so that...


[an arrow strikes the Senator in the stomach]



Sen. Blakely:
You were right, Miss Clarke. Words aren't enough. But perhaps they just didn't understand.

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Pied Piper:
As a rule / I refrain from calling any man a fool. Heed me now. / I'll wait until yon clock strikes the hour. / Don't let me go away / Without my pay.

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Daffy Duck:
[booby-trapping Bugs' xylophone] When he strikes this note, instead of a xylophone, he'll be playing a harp.

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Elmer Fudd as Siegfried:
Yes, magic helmet and I'll give you a sample.


[summons lightning that strikes Bugs]



Bugs Bunny:
Bye-yeee!


[quickly runs off]



Elmer Fudd as Siegfried:
Dat was da wabbit!

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[Reassuring Opie after releasing a group of dogs to the countryside as a thunderstorm approaches]



Barney Fife:
A dog can't get struck by lightning. you know why? 'Cause he's too close to the ground. See, lightning strikes tall things. Now if they were giraffes out there in the field, now then we'd have trouble.

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California Charlie:
I'm in no mood for trouble.



Marion Crane:
What?



California Charlie:
There's an old saying, "First customer of the day is always the trouble!" But like I say, I'm in no mood for it, so I'm gonna treat you so fair and square that you won't have one human reason to give me...



Marion Crane:
Can I trade my car in and take another?



California Charlie:
Do anything you've a mind to. Bein' a woman, you will. That yours?



Marion Crane:
Yes, it's just that - there's nothing wrong with it. I just...



California Charlie:
Sick of the sight of it! Well, why don't you have a look around here and see if there's somethin' that strikes your eyes, and meanwhile I'll have my mechanic give yours the once over. You want some coffee? I was just about...



Marion Crane:
No, thank you. I'm in a hurry. I just want to make a change, and...



California Charlie:
One thing people never oughtta be when they're buyin' used cars, and that's in a hurry. But like I said, it's too nice a day to argue. I'll uh - shoot your car in the garage here.

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