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Wake Me When It's Over (film) Quotes

Wake Me When It's Over (film) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Wake Me When It's Over stopped airing in 1970.

It features Mervyn LeRoy as producer, Cyril J. Mockridge in charge of musical score, and Leon Shamroy as head of cinematography.

Wake Me When It's Over (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Wake Me When It's Over (film) is 126 minutes long. Wake Me When It's Over (film) is distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox.

The cast includes: Jack Warden as Doc Farrington, Dick Shawn as Gus Brubaker, Marvin Kaplan as Hap Cosgrove, Tommy Nishimura as Pvt. Jim Harigawa, and Raymond Bailey as Gen. Weigang.

Wake Me When It's Over (film) Quotes

Marvin Kaplan as Hap Cosgrove

  • (Marvin Kaplan) "Welcome to Shima."
  • (Dick Shawn) "Oh, thank you."
  • (Marvin Kaplan) "How d'ya like it?"
  • (Dick Shawn) "Well, I'm not too sure yet."
  • (Marvin Kaplan) "I'll save ya the trouble. You heard of hell? Well, when it first got started it was a new idea, so they hadda test it out. This here island is the place they picked."

Dick Shawn as Gus Brubaker

  • (Dick Shawn) "Look, Marge, seven years ago the Air Force and I got what's called a friendly divorce; nothing sentimental, we just shook hands and promised not to write. Now I'd like to leave it that way; please."
  • (Dick Shawn) "In the meantime, is there anyone in the village who speaks English?"
  • (Unnamed) "Nah, them little guys got the wrong kind of bridgework."
  • (Dick Shawn) "Well, we're gonna need a Japanese to front for us at the desk."
  • (Unnamed) "I got it. Harigawa."
  • (Unnamed) "Hey, Mushy. Mushy. Mushy, you're gonna be the desk clerk."
  • (Dick Shawn) "There's nothing to it. You just greet the guests in Japanese."
  • (Tommy Nishimura) "What's from this Japanese? I don't know none."
  • (Unnamed) "Well, what's the use of being Japanese if you can't say any Japanese?"
  • (Tommy Nishimura) "I'm from Brooklyn. I don't know nothin' about this cockamamie language. So how about a little Yiddish?"

Jack Warden as Doc Farrington

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Raymond Bailey as Gen. Weigang

  • (Raymond Bailey) "I'm General Weigang, Inspector General's office."
  • (Tommy Nishimura) "Oy vey."

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