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Bringing Up Baby Quotes

Bringing Up Baby is a television program that debuted in 1970 . Bringing Up Baby ended its run in 1970.

It features Cliff Reid as producer, Roy Webb (musical director) in charge of musical score, and Russell Metty as head of cinematography.

Bringing Up Baby is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Bringing Up Baby is 102 minutes long. Bringing Up Baby is distributed by RKO Radio Pictures.

The cast includes: Cary Grant as David Huxley, Katharine Hepburn as Susan Vance, Virginia Walker as Alice Swallow, Fritz Feld as Dr. Fritz Lehman, Walter Catlett as Constable Slocum, Leona Roberts as Mr. Gogarty, D'Arcy Corrigan as Prof. LaTouche, and George Irving as Dr. Alexander Peabody.

Bringing Up Baby Quotes

Katharine Hepburn as Susan Vance

  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Oh, I'm caught on something; David, help me, will you?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, no. That's poison ivy."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "I bet you wouldn't treat Miss Swallow this way."
  • (Cary Grant) "I bet Miss Swallow knows poison ivy when she sees it."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Yes, I bet poison ivy runs when it sees her."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well, don't you worry, David, because if there's anything that I can do to help you, just let me know and I'll do it."
  • (Cary Grant) "Well, er; don't do it until I let you know."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Look. I found your bone."
  • (Cary Grant) "How did you find it?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well, I followed George around for three days. I dug holes with him, and he dug holes with me, and I found your bone."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Susan Susan; come back here; come back here this minute. What are you doing?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Hunting for George."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Why?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "David wants him, David loves him, David thinks he's such a nice dog."
  • (Mrs. Random) "George is a fiend and you know it."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "But David doesn't."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) ""He's three years old, gentle as a kitten, and likes dogs." I wonder whether Mark means that he eats dogs or is fond of them?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "What would you say about a man who follows a girl around --"
  • (Fritz Feld) "Follows her around --"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "-- And then when she talks to him, he fights with her?"
  • (Fritz Feld) "Fights with her -- is the young man your fiance?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "I was born on the side of a hill."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Have you got a leopard?"
  • (Cary Grant) "No."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well, I've got a leopard, and you're a zoologist, so come over and help me."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Yes, David, of course I know what a zoologist is."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Oh, look, David, a boot."
  • (Cary Grant) "A boot."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Don't hit George, David."
  • (Cary Grant) "I wasn't going to hit George."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Oh, David, can you ever forgive me?"
  • (Cary Grant) "I -- I -- I --"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You can. And you still love me."
  • (Cary Grant) "Susan, that -- that --"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You do. Oh, David."
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, dear. Oh, my."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Well, what does he do?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "He's a big game hunter."
  • (Mrs. Random) "You call that big game hunting?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You know why you're following me? You're a fixation."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You mean to say you don't remember 'Jerry the Nipper' ?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Constable she's making all this up out of motion pictures she's seen."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You've just had a bad day, that's all."
  • (Cary Grant) "That's a masterpiece of understatement."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You're angry, aren't you?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Yes, I am."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Mm-hmm. The love impulse in man frequently reveals itself in terms of conflict."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Now, don't lose your temper."
  • (Cary Grant) "My dear young lady, I'm not losing my temper. I'm merely trying to play some golf."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well you choose the funniest places; this is a parking-lot."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Anyway, David, when they find out who we are they'll let us out."
  • (Cary Grant) "When they find out who you are they'll pad the cell."

Virginia Walker as Alice Swallow

  • (Virginia Walker) "Oh David, what have you done?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Just name anything, and I've done it."
  • (Virginia Walker) "You have an appointment this afternoon."
  • (Cary Grant) "Have I? What for?"
  • (Virginia Walker) "To play golf with Mr. Peabody."
  • (Cary Grant) "What Peabody?"
  • (Virginia Walker) "THE Alexander Peabody who represents Mrs. Carleton Random."
  • (Cary Grant) "Now let me think."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Who may donate $1 million to the museum to complete all this."
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, sure. That Mr. Peabody. $1 million. That's pretty white of Mr. Peabody."
  • (Virginia Walker) "You haven't got it yet."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Well, there's nothing else I can say except that I'm glad that before I married you, you showed yourself in your true colors: You're just a butterfly."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Now once and for all, David, nothing must interfere with your work. Our marriage must entail no domestic entanglements of any kind."
  • (Cary Grant) "You mean -- you mean --"
  • (Virginia Walker) "I mean of any kind, David."
  • (Virginia Walker) "You're just a butterfly."
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, so now I'm a butterfly."

Cary Grant as David Huxley

  • (Cary Grant) "A million dollars. Say, that's pretty white of Mr. Peabody, isn't it?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Yes, I did see Mr. Peabody, but I didn't see him. Well that is, I didn't see him really. Yes, I spoke to him twice, but I didn't talk to him."
  • (Virginia Walker) "But David, I don't understand. Did you see him or didn't you ?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Well; no I don't know; well how do I know ? well because; because; well there's someone at the door; you see there are some things that are very hard to explain, Alice."
  • (Cary Grant) "Well I might have known you were here. I had a feeling; just as I hit the floor."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "That was your hat."
  • (Cary Grant) "Alice I think this one must belong in the tail."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Nonsense. You tried it in the tail yesterday, and it didn't fit."
  • (Cary Grant) "I don't like leopards."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well, just pretend he's a housecat."
  • (Cary Grant) "I don't like cats, either."
  • (Cary Grant) "So if you don't mind, Susan, I'll see Mr. Peabody alone, and unarmed."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Without me?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Yes, without you, and definitely without you."
  • (Cary Grant) "When a man is wrestling a leopard in the middle of a pond, he's in no position to run."
  • (Cary Grant) "Constable, she's making all this up out of motion pictures she's seen."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Oh, I suppose I saw you with that red-headed skirt in a motion picture ?"
  • (Walter Catlett) "There you are doc; another woman."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Sure, I wouldn't be squealing if he hadn't give me the run-around with that other twist."
  • (Walter Catlett) "Oh, so he's a lady killer."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "A lady killer? Why he's a regular Don Swan. Loves the ladies, don't ya, honey? He bops them over, one, two, three; boom; just like that."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "He's a wolf."
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, so now I'm a wolf."
  • (Cary Grant) "You see, a PGA has two black dots and a Cro-Flight has a circle."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Mm-hmm. I'm not superstitious about things like that."
  • (Cary Grant) "Susan, is there any way to cross this stream?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Oh, surely it's shallow. We can wade across."
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, Susan --"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "The riverbed's changed."
  • (Cary Grant) "But Susan, you can't climb in a man's bedroom window."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "I know, it's on the second floor."
  • (Cary Grant) "Susan, what are you doing?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Pebbles."
  • (Cary Grant) "Pebbles? What for?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well, I've heard that if you throw pebbles up against a window, the people think it's hail and then they come and close the windows."
  • (Cary Grant) "I, I, I; Oh."
  • (Cary Grant) "Oh, I know we ought to go now, but somehow I can't move."
  • (Cary Grant) "I'll be with you in a minute, Mr. Peabody."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Well who are you?"
  • (Cary Grant) "I don't know. I'm not quite myself today."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Well, you look perfectly idiotic in those clothes."
  • (Cary Grant) "These aren't my clothes."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Well, where are your clothes?"
  • (Cary Grant) "I've lost my clothes."
  • (Mrs. Random) "But why are you wearing these clothes?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Because I just went GAY all of a sudden."
  • (Mrs. Random) "Now see here young man, stop this nonsense. What are you doing?"
  • (Cary Grant) "I'm sitting in the middle of 42nd Street waiting for a bus."
  • (Cary Grant) "You don't understand: this is my car."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "You mean this is your car? Your golf ball? Your car? Is there anything in the world that doesn't belong to you?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Yes, thank heaven, YOU."
  • (Cary Grant) "There you see, it's a circle."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Well, of course it is, do you think it would roll if it were square?"
  • (Cary Grant) "What would happen if Baby and George got together?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "They'd probably get along."
  • (Cary Grant) "And if they didn't?"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "Then Baby would eat George."
  • (Cary Grant) "Now don't lose your head, Susan."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "My what?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Don't lose your head."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "I've got my head, I've lost my leopard."
  • (Cary Grant) "How can all these things happen to just one person?"
  • (Cary Grant) "Susan, you have to get out of this apartment."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "I can't, I have a lease."

Fritz Feld as Dr. Fritz Lehman

  • (Fritz Feld) "Well, the love impulse in men very frequently reveals itself in terms of conflict."
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "The love impulse."
  • (Fritz Feld) "Without my knowing anything about it, my rough guess would be, that he has a fixation on you, a fixation --"
  • (Katharine Hepburn) "No no wait a minute, I can't remember any more than that."

George Irving as Dr. Alexander Peabody

  • (George Irving) "Dr. Huxley, when I play golf, I only talk golf; and then only between shots."

D'Arcy Corrigan as Prof. LaTouche

  • (D'Arcy Corrigan) "Good morning, Miss Swallow."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Shh."
  • (D'Arcy Corrigan) "Why what's the matter ?"
  • (Virginia Walker) "Doctor Huxley is thinking."
  • (D'Arcy Corrigan) "Good morning, Miss Swallow."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Shhh."
  • (D'Arcy Corrigan) "Why, what's the matter?"
  • (Virginia Walker) "Shhh. Dr. Huxley is thinking"
  • (Cary Grant) "Alice, I think this one must belong in the tail."
  • (Virginia Walker) "Nonsense. You tried it in the tail yesterday and it didn't fit."
  • (Cary Grant) "Yes, that's right. I did, didn't I?"

Leona Roberts as Mr. Gogarty

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