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(feels the fabric of a guest’s low-cut gown) "That's fine stuff, but it'll rot." (touches her skin above the neckline) "That's finer stuff still, but it'll rot too... in time!"  (and)  (recurring line) “No beds!”  Eva Moore as Rebecca Femm (pictured on left with Gloria Stuart as Margaret Waverton) in 'The Old Dark House'

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"Lili, a sizzler at the Fol-de-Rol. A figure like champagne and a heart like the cork." Robert Gist as P.J. Pontiac in 'Scene of the Crime'

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"Lili, a sizzler at the Fol-de-Rol. A figure like champagne and a heart like the cork." Robert Gist as P. Pontiac in 'Scene of the Crime'

"All right, all right, how much you pay?"  (response)  "Well, just how tough are ya?"  (reply)  "Well, you pay a little bit, we're a little ...

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“I'd like to say I didn’t intend to kill her, but when you have a gun, you always intend when you have to…”

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“I'd like to say I didn’t intend to kill her, but when you have a gun, you always intend when you have to…” Barbara Stanwyck as Thelma Jordan in 'The File On Thelma Jordan'.

"One way or another, we all work for a vice."  Sam Jaffe as Doc Erwin Riedenschneider in 'The Asphalt Jungle'

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"One way or another, we all work for a vice" Sam Jaffe as Doc Erwin Riedenschneider in 'The Asphalt Jungle' Film Noir

"How many times do I have to tell ya how much you love me?"  Robert Ryan as Nick Bradley in 'Born To Be Bad'

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"Pull the String!" Bela Lugosi as The Scientist in 'Glen or Glenda'

"Why don't you go home to your wife? I'll tell you what, I'll go home to your wife, and outside of the improvement she'll never know the difference."        Groucho Marx (at right) as Professor Quincy Adams Wagstaff (speaks to Reginald Barlow as the Retiring College President) in 'Horse Feathers.'

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"My old man always said, liquor doesn't drown your troubles... just teaches 'em to swim."  Gene Lockart as Warni Hazard (on left speaks to George Raft as Johnny Torno) in 'Red Light'

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"My old man always said, liquor doesn't drown your troubles. just teaches 'em to swim." Gene Lockart as Warni Hazard (on left speaks to George Raft as Johnny Torno) in 'Red Light'

"I'm sorry I got the jumps tonight. I'm talkin' to ya but what I'm thinkin' is: what's my wife doin' in St. Louis...who's she with. Some day I'm going to stick her full of pins just to see if blood comes out."  Robert Ryan as Earl Pfeiffer in 'Clash By Night'

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“Don’t wipe it away, Nat. Let me have my little vicious circle. You know, the circle is the perfect geometric figure: No end, no beginning." Ray Milland as Don Birnam (speaks to Howard Da Silva as Nat) in 'The Lost Weekend'

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"The source of your money has never concerned you any more than your source of electric light.  They became worrisome only when they were shut off." James Mason as Ulysses Diello in 'Five Fingers'

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"The source of your money has never concerned you any more than your source of electric light. They became worrisome only when they were shut off." James Mason as Ulysses Diello in 'Five Fingers'

"When you have to shoot, shoot! Don't talk." (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1966) Eli Wallach, Clint Eastwood, Tuco, Blondie

Don't talk" Eli Wallach as Tuco Ramirez in The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

"Many of our German friends before the War would come as our guests to hunt wild pig. I refused to invite Goering. I couldn't tolerate his killing a wild pig. It seemed too much like brother against brother." Danielle Darrieux as Countess Anna Staviska in '5 Fingers'

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(when offered a free prostitute) "I don't sleep with whores...at least not knowingly."  Joe Don Baker as Molly in 'Charley Varrick'

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(when offered a free prostitute) "I don't sleep with whores.at least not knowingly." Joe Don Baker as Molly in 'Charley Varrick'

Clash by Night (1952), Fritz Lang

"Aren't there any more comfortable men in this world? Now they're all little and nervous like sparrows or big and worried like sick bears." Barbara Stanwyk as Mae Doyle in 'Clash by Night'

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