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It Happened One Night

It Happened One Night(1934)

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Quotes

  • Ellie  

    Your ego is absolutely colossal.

  • Peter Warne  

    Yeah, yeah, not bad, how's yours?

  • Ellie  

    You know, compared to you, my friend Shapeley is an amateur. Just whatever gave you any idea I'd stand for this?

  • Peter Warne  

    Hey now, wait a minute. Let's get this straightened out right now. If you're nursing any silly notion that I'm interested in you, forget it. You're just a headline to me.

  • Ellie  

    A headline? You're not a newspaper man are you?

  • Peter Warne  

    Chalk up one for your side.

  • Alexander Andrews  

    Oh, er, do you mind if I ask you a question, frankly? Do you love my daughter?

  • Peter Warne  

    Any guy that'd fall in love with your daughter ought to have his head examined.

  • Alexander Andrews  

    Now that's an evasion!

  • Peter Warne  

    She picked herself a perfect running mate -- King Westley -- the pill of the century! What she needs is a guy that'd take a sock at her once a day, whether it's coming to her or not. If you had half the brains you're supposed to have, you'd done it yourself, long ago.

  • Alexander Andrews  

    Do you love her?

  • Oscar Shapeley  

    You know, there's nothing I like better than to meet a high-class mama that can snap back at you, 'cause the colder they are, the hotter they get! That's what I always say, yes sir! When a cold mama gets hot, boy, how she sizzles!

  • Peter Warne  

    Why didn't you take off all your clothes? You could have stopped forty cars.

  • Ellie  

    Well, ooo, I'll remember that when we need forty cars.

  • Peter Warne  

    I never did like the idea of sitting on newspaper. I did it once, and all the headlines came off on my white pants. On the level! It actually happened. Nobody bought a paper that day. They just followed me around over town and read the news on the seat of my pants.