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After the Thin Man Quotes

After the Thin Man is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . After the Thin Man completed its run in 1970.

It features Hunt Stromberg as producer, William Axt in charge of musical score, and Oliver T. Marsh as head of cinematography.

After the Thin Man is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of After the Thin Man is 113 minutes long. After the Thin Man is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The cast includes: William Powell as Nick Charles, Penny Singleton as Polly Byrnes, Myrna Loy as Nora Charles, Elissa Landi as Selma, James Stewart as David, and Dorothy Vaughan as Harold.

After the Thin Man Quotes

Myrna Loy as Nora Charles

  • (Myrna Loy) "Nickie, have you any pictures of yourself taken as a baby?"
  • (William Powell) "No."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Aww, that's a shame. I want to see what you looked like."
  • (William Powell) "I'll have some taken in the morning."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Are you packing?"
  • (William Powell) "Yes dear, I'm putting away this liquor."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Do you think she'll really take him home?"
  • (William Powell) "She'll take him somewhere, I'm sure of that."
  • (Myrna Loy) "What do you mean?"
  • (William Powell) "I mean, did I ever tell you that you're the most fascinating woman this side of the Rockies?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "Wait till you see me on the other side."
  • (Myrna Loy) "I suppose we ought to decide where we're going."
  • (William Powell) "Why, do you care?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "No, but I haven't any clothes."
  • (William Powell) "Well, what's the difference? Saves you the trouble of packing. And I don't need anything in the world, darling, but you -- and a toothbrush."
  • (Myrna Loy) "And you call yourself a detective."
  • (Unnamed) "Once a gumheel, always a gumheel, huh? Well, I don't like gumheels, but I thought you'd quit it when you married a pot of money."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Did he call me a pot?"

William Powell as Nick Charles

  • (William Powell) "Harold? We want to go someplace and get the taste of respectibility out of our mouths."
  • (Dorothy Vaughan) "OK, Nick."
  • (Unnamed) "You bet you. You catch my brother. You play trick on him."
  • (William Powell) "No play trick on him, no catch him. You bet you. Is he still in?"
  • (Unnamed) "You bet you. For five years more."
  • (William Powell) "How do you do? I'd like to get this gal out of the woman's tank."
  • (Unnamed) "Oh, yes. Is this the one that was doing the fan dance?"
  • (William Powell) "Fan dance?"
  • (Unnamed) "Yes."
  • (William Powell) "Well, if it is, she's been holding out on me."
  • (William Powell) "Have you made any New Year's resolutions?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "Not yet. Any complaints or suggestions?"
  • (William Powell) "A few."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Which?"
  • (William Powell) "Complaints."
  • (Myrna Loy) "All right shoot."
  • (William Powell) "Well, you don't scold, you don't nag, and you look far too pretty in the mornings."
  • (Myrna Loy) "All right, I'll remember: must scold, must nag, musn't be too pretty in the mornings."
  • (William Powell) "Come on, let's get something to eat. I'm thirsty."
  • (Unnamed) "Have you ever been thrown out of a place, Mr. Charles?"
  • (William Powell) "Let's see. How many was it up to yesterday, Mrs. Charles?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "Well, uh, how many places were you in, Mr. Charles?"
  • (William Powell) "Family dinner I suppose. Aunt Katherine, Uncle Willie, Cousin Emily"
  • (Myrna Loy) "Aunt Hattie, Cousin Lucius, Uncle Thomas. Pour me one too"
  • (William Powell) "You see, when it comes to words like that, an illiterate person --"
  • (Penny Singleton) "Whaddaya mean "illiterate"? My father and mother were married right here in the city hall."
  • (William Powell) "Having a good time, Mrs. Charles?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "It couldn't be better."

Elissa Landi as Selma

  • (Elissa Landi) "Good night Nick, and thanks so much for everything. I want to kiss you."
  • (Elissa Landi) "May I?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "Go right ahead. But I warn you, it's a hard habit to get out of."

James Stewart as David

(We don't have any quotes for this character)

Penny Singleton as Polly Byrnes

  • (Penny Singleton) "Say, is that Mrs. Landis?"
  • (William Powell) "Yep, want to meet her?"
  • (Penny Singleton) "No thanks, I've had enough of this family."

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