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Across the Pacific Quotes

Across the Pacific is a TV show that was first aired in 1970 . Across the Pacific stopped airing in 1970.

It features Jack Saper as producer, Adolph Deutsch in charge of musical score, and Arthur Edeson as head of cinematography.

Across the Pacific is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Across the Pacific is 97 minutes long. Across the Pacific is distributed by Warner Bros..

The cast includes: Humphrey Bogart as Rick Leland, Mary Astor as Alberta Marlow, Sydney Greenstreet as Dr. Lorenz, Chester Gan as Capt. Higoto, Lee Tung Foo as Sam Wing On, and Keye Luke as Steamship Office Clerk.

Across the Pacific Quotes

Humphrey Bogart as Rick Leland

  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Maybe you overlooked something?"
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "Could you suggest anything, sir, that we might have overlooked?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "What about your getaway?"
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "We have a rendezvous with an undersea boat."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Mine's bigger than yours."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Powder, angel. Now, when you go, stop thinking and keep your mouth shut."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "How are you doing, angel?"
  • (Mary Astor) "I think I got pushed in the face by someone. My; My lipstick's smeared."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Aww, you look cute."
  • (Mary Astor) "And now, if you'll excuse me, I'll go to my cabin -- and faint."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "When you're slapped, you're gonna take it and like it."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "You certainly are a girl of many colors. First, your legs get blue. Then, your face turns green. And, now, your red all over."
  • (Mary Astor) "I never knew what suffering was until I came on this pleasure trip."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "We're going to know each other eventually, so, why not now."
  • (Mary Astor) "That seems reasonable enough. I'm Alberta Marlow."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "My name's Rick Leland. Would you mind stepping into the light? Please."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "On a Jap freighter, too. You better pinch me."
  • (Mary Astor) "I don't think I know you that well."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "A pretty girl on a boat and no college boy, no handsome officers, no eligible men of any description. That's wonderful."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "At last, we're alone. Now, listen, bright eyes."
  • (Mary Astor) "No romance. There's something very interesting over there, Ricky."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Where? What do you mean?"
  • (Mary Astor) "T. Oki. It's not the same Oki that came down from Halifax with us. That's another man."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Ah, the heat's kidding you angel. They all look alike."
  • (Mary Astor) "No they don't either. Not if you examine them closely."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I'm sorry to be late, angel. I was held up."
  • (Mary Astor) "Oh, I like waiting for you Ricky. Wouldn't I make a splendid wife."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "What'll it be?"
  • (Mary Astor) "Something cool and long."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Any of your friends in Tokyo have trouble committing hari-kiri, those boys'd be glad to help them out."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Sam, you can help me. People tell you things."
  • (Lee Tung Foo) "People tell me because I don't tell. I tell, they don't tell me any more."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Are your legs always blue?"
  • (Mary Astor) "They're not blue."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Oh, Sugi, get me that blanket."
  • (Mary Astor) "I don't want a blanket. I want the sunshine."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Oh, your teeth are chattering like a crap game. This is November and it's winter sunshine."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "It'll probably end up with Captain Higoto marrying us on the boat."
  • (Mary Astor) "Oh, no. I want a church wedding and a groom who's got more than two suits."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Hey, are you getting sick?"
  • (Mary Astor) "I don't know. How do girls usually act when you kiss them?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Well, they don't turn green."
  • (Mary Astor) "Then I'm sick. Get me out of here."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I guess nobody ever really knows anybody."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "What was that boat you were talking about?"
  • (Keye Luke) "The Genoa Maru, sailing tonight for Yokohama, by way of New York, the Panama Canal, and Honolulu."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "It's for me."
  • (Keye Luke) "Excuse, please."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "How much?"
  • (Keye Luke) "To port of final destination, 212 dollars 80 cents."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "How can you come from Medicine Hat?"
  • (Mary Astor) "There's nothing wrong with Medicine Hat. It's hot in the summer, cold in the winter and nothing ever happens there."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "If you catch pneumonia, what will happen to our romance?"
  • (Mary Astor) "What will happen to it anyway, if you don't shave."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Don't be an innocent bystander; they always get hurt."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Everybody has bad luck with me. Goodbye."

Mary Astor as Alberta Marlow

  • (Mary Astor) "Who are you after? Are you a G-man or something?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "What if I was?"
  • (Mary Astor) "I just wondered."
  • (Mary Astor) "Mr. Leland, I believe that a man should tell the woman he's going to marry everything."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Oh, in that case, I'll come clean."
  • (Mary Astor) "What?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I look old, but that's because I've worried a lot. Actually, I haven't yet reached the age of legal consent, and if you don't get out of here, I'm gonna yell for help."
  • (Mary Astor) "All right, you can get yourself another heiress."
  • (Mary Astor) "I'm not so obsessed with money as you seem to be. I can do without it."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "You stick around with me and you'll get plenty of practice."
  • (Mary Astor) "We were discussing Philippine economics when we were so rudely interrupted."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "My own field. Miss Marlowe was kind enough to listen to me."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "They're going to be free in 1946, aren't they?"
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "They are; provided America does not insist on fighting a war with Japan. It's my opinion that that contingency is going to keep the Philippines from being free."
  • (Mary Astor) "Won't Japan gobble them up?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "No offense, but Japan or Canada or anybody else can have the Philippines as far as I'm concerned. It's hot in Manila."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "Might even be hotter before long."
  • (Mary Astor) "Hot enough to go around in shorts?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Ah, there's a Canadian for you. Let them take their clothes off, and they're happy."
  • (Mary Astor) "You are always so calm. You never show anything."
  • (Chester Gan) "We are told not to. It is our way of rife. We must not show too much sad-i-ness or too much joy. If you praise what we have, we say it is nus-sing. If you admire our sons, we must say thay are unworthy."

Sydney Greenstreet as Dr. Lorenz

  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "Where will you stay in Panama, Mr. Leland?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "The Pan American. It's very quite and respectable."
  • (Joe Totsuiko) "That ain't for me."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Where are you going beautiful?"
  • (Mary Astor) "I'll have to find some place where they have the bath at the end of the hall and a 40 cents lunch."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I know the guy who owns the Pan American. He'll give you a rate."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "You probably don't share my enthusiasm for the Japanese."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I don't know, I never thought much about them."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "A wonderful little people. Wonderful. Greatly misunderstood, believe me. To know them, that is to really know them, is to feel the deepest affection for them."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "One night, you told me about your troubles in the Army. I'd like to hear more about that."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I got in a jam with a dame."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "Yes?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I needed some dough. I had access to the regimental funds so I borrowed it, intending to put it back, of course."
  • (Sydney Greenstreet) "Of course."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "They found out first. The brass hats could have given me a chance if they wanted to, but they didn't. They tied me up with pink ribbons and threw me to the wolves. Write your own finish."

Lee Tung Foo as Sam Wing On

  • (Lee Tung Foo) "You no need money? Sam smell big fish."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Sam keep nose clean. Sam no smell fish. No catchy trouble."
  • (Lee Tung Foo) "All the time, you like trouble. Maybe so, Dr. Lorenz trouble?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Maybe so."
  • (Lee Tung Foo) "Gal too?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I don't know Sam. I hope she's all right."
  • (Lee Tung Foo) "She got your bad. Much trouble. All the time, much trouble."
  • (Lee Tung Foo) "What's the matter you, Rick?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "What's a matter you? What's a matter me, Sam?"
  • (Lee Tung Foo) "All the time, people say you no good. Big smell from up north. I what's a matter you come back? Too much Army here. Everyone know. You through with Panama. Panama through with you."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Well, Sam, maybe I won't be here long."

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