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The Shooting Party Quotes

The Shooting Party is a TV program that appeared on TV in 1970 . The Shooting Party stopped airing in 1970.

It features Geoffrey Reeve as producer, and John Scott (composer) in charge of musical score.

The Shooting Party is recorded in English and originally aired in United Kingdom. Each episode of The Shooting Party is 98 minutes long.

The cast includes: James Mason as Sir Randolph Nettleby, John Gielgud as Cornelius Cardew, James Mason as Sir Randolph, John Gielgud as Cardew, Joris Stuyck as Count Tibor Rakassyi, Deborah Miles as Ellen, Cheryl Campbell as Lady Aline Hartlip, Dorothy Tutin as Lady Minnie Nettleby, and Edward Fox as Lord Gilbert Hartlip.

The Shooting Party Quotes

Cheryl Campbell as Lady Aline Hartlip

  • (Cheryl Campbell) "Why are you smiling?"
  • (James Mason) "I can't imagine -- except that -- sometimes when my thoughts about the future are particularly gloomy, I find myself feeling more and more light-hearted."

Dorothy Tutin as Lady Minnie Nettleby

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

James Mason as Sir Randolph Nettleby

  • (James Mason) "This is a very well produced pamphlet. Where do you get a thing like this printed? Is it expensive? You don't mind my asking you?"
  • (John Gielgud) "Oh no, not at all. I know a very good printer in Dorking, just near where I live. An excellent man of anarchistic views. He gives me very good rates."
  • (James Mason) "Ah, special terms. Hmm. He wouldn't give me such good ones, I suppose."
  • (John Gielgud) "Are you a pamphleteer too, sir?"
  • (James Mason) "Well, I was thinking of making a sort of foray in that direction."
  • (John Gielgud) "A polemic, would you say?"
  • (James Mason) "Yes, I think that's the right word."
  • (John Gielgud) "Would you call it a diatribe ?"
  • (James Mason) "Yes, I"
  • (James Mason) "could call it a diatribe."
  • (John Gielgud) "The Ruin of Rural England; A Diatribe"
  • (James Mason) "Precisely. I don't think we should continue our discussion here -- my fellow murderers are rather hot blooded."
  • (James Mason) "It's not a bad idea to get into the habit of writing down one's thoughts. Saves one having to bother other people with them."
  • (James Mason) "You weren't shooting like a gentleman."

Edward Fox as Lord Gilbert Hartlip

  • (Edward Fox) "It's quite usual for men to have distractions that don't affect their wives."

Joris Stuyck as Count Tibor Rakassyi

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