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Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent(1940)

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Quotes

  • Captain of Mohican  

    Mr. Haverstock, I want a talk with you.

  • Johnny Jones (Huntley Haverstock)  

    Yes sir?

  • Captain of Mohican  

    I just found out you're a newspaperman.

  • Johnny Jones  

    I guess that's right.

  • Captain of Mohican  

    Oh, it is, eh? Why didn't you tell me that when I questioned you? You lied to me, sir!

  • Johnny Jones  

    My dear captain, when you've been shot down in a British plane by a German destroyer, 300 miles off the coast of England (latitude 45), and have been hanging on to a half-submerged wing for hours, waiting to drown, with half a dozen other stricken human beings, you're liable to forget you're a newspaperman for a moment or two!

  • Johnny Jones  

    I'm in love with a girl, and I'm going to help hang her father.

  • Johnny Jones  

    I'm in love with you, and I want to marry you.

  • Carol Fisher  

    I'm in love with you, and I want to marry you.

  • Johnny Jones  

    Hmm... that cuts down our love scene quite a bit, doesn't it?

  • Johnny Jones  

    I came 4,000 miles to get a story. I get shot at like a duck in a shooting gallery, I get pushed off buildings, I *get* the story, and then I've got to shut up!

  • Johnny Jones  

    Hello, America. I've been watching a part of the world being blown to pieces. A part of the world as nice as Vermont, and Ohio

  • Johnny Jones  

    , and Virginia, and California, and Illinois lies ripped up and bleeding like a steer in a slaughterhouse, and I've seen things that make the history of the savages read like Pollyanna legends. I've seen women--

  • English Announcer  

    It's a raid; we shall have to postpone the broadcast.

  • Johnny Jones  

    Oh, postpone, nothing! Let's go on as long as we can.

  • English Announcer  

    Madam, we have a shelter downstairs.

  • Carol Fisher  

    I think the world has been run long enough by well-meaning professionals. We might give the amateurs a chance now.