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Dead Reckoning (1947 film) Quotes

Dead Reckoning (1947 film) is a TV show that appeared on TV in 1970 . Dead Reckoning ended its run in 1970.

It features Sidney Biddell as producer, Marlin Skiles in charge of musical score, and Leo Tover as head of cinematography.

Dead Reckoning (1947 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Dead Reckoning (1947 film) is 101 minutes long. Dead Reckoning (1947 film) is distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The cast includes: Humphrey Bogart as Captain Warren 'Rip' Murdock, William Prince as Sergeant Johnny Drake, and Morris Carnovsky as Martinelli.

Dead Reckoning (1947 film) Quotes

Humphrey Bogart as Captain Warren 'Rip' Murdock

  • (Humphrey Bogart) "You know, the trouble with women is they ask too many questions. They should spend all their time just being beautiful."
  • (Unnamed) "And let the men do the worrying."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Yeah. You know, I've been thinking: women ought to come capsule-sized, about four inches high. When a man goes out of an evening, he just puts her in his pocket and takes her along with him, and that way he knows exactly where she is. He gets to his favorite restaurant, he puts her on the table and lets her run around among the coffee cups while he swaps a few lies with his pals --"
  • (Unnamed) "Why --"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Without danger of interruption. And when it comes that time of the evening when he wants her full-sized and beautiful, he just waves his hand and there she is, full-sized."
  • (Unnamed) "Why, that's the most conceited statement I've ever heard."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "But if she starts to interrupt, he just shrinks her back to pocket-size and puts her away."
  • (Unnamed) "I understand. What you're saying is: women are made to be loved."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Is THAT what I'm saying?"
  • (Unnamed) "Yes, it's a confession. A woman may drive you out of your mind, but you wouldn't trust her, and because you couldn't put her in your pocket, you get all mixed up."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "You know, you do awful good. I came here to; but go ahead. Put Christmas in your eyes and keep your voice low. Tell me about paradise and all the things I'm missing. I haven't had a good laugh since before Johnny was murdered."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Every mile we go you sweat worse with some pain. Didn't I tell you all females are the same with their faces washed?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Johnny, why don't you get rid of the grief you got for that blonde, whoever she is? Every mile we go, you sweat worse with the same pain. Didn't I tell you all females are the same with their faces washed?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Whattya mean, am I checkin' up on you? Of course. I am. I forgot to tell you, I don't trust anybody; especially women."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Coming out of it was like after being tapped on the button. Everything foggy; fur in my throat, an anchor on my head, and ringing in my ears."
  • (Unnamed) "Captain Murdock?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "On the hoof, son."
  • (Unnamed) "The camera boys'd like to get a couple of shots of you and Sergeant Drake. Could you come out on the platform? You only stop here for five minutes."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "This is the City of Brotherly Love?"
  • (Unnamed) "That's what New Yorkers call it. They don't live here."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "I'm all for love, son."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Say, when you get on again as a professor at some college, and I'm back running my cabs in St. Louis, send me up a problem in algebra once in a while, will you?"
  • (William Prince) "Blonde or brunette?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Redhead in a sloppy joe sweater."
  • (William Prince) "I think you're a great guy, too, Rip, if that's what this conversation's about. Even in the U.S.A., this world."
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "Oh sorry, gorgeous. I didn't see what you look like. I'd let you have it, only it's long distance."

Morris Carnovsky as Martinelli

  • (Morris Carnovsky) "I gather, Mr. Murdock, that you've been around, as the saying is?"
  • (Humphrey Bogart) "East St. Louis is around enough."

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