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James Stewart

James Stewart
(as Paul Biegler)

Paul Biegler: [after cross-examining a convicted felon] Your Honor, I don't think I can dignify this - -creature - - with any more questions.

James Stewart

James Stewart
(as Paul Biegler)

Paul Biegler: All right, the cat's out of the bag; it's fair game for me to chase it!

James Stewart

James Stewart
(as Paul Biegler)

Paul Biegler: If you do that one more time, I'll punch you all the way out into the middle of Lake Superior!

James Stewart

James Stewart
(as Paul Biegler)

Paul Biegler: The prosecution would like to separate the motive from the act. Well, that's like trying to take the core from an apple without breaking the skin.

Eve Arden

Eve Arden
(as Maida Rutledge)

Paul Biegler: You're fired.
Maida Rutledge: You can't fire me until you pay me.


Eve Arden

Eve Arden
(as Maida Rutledge)

Maida Rutledge: If this refrigerator gets any more fish in it, it will swim upstream and spawn all by itself.

Arthur O'Connell

Arthur O'Connell
(as Parnell Emmett McCarthy)

Parnell Emmett McCarthy: [eyeing an empty liquor bottle] You fought this soldier by yourself. You've been drinking alone, Paulie. I don't like that.
Paul Biegler: Drop the stone, Counsellor. You live in a glass house.
Parnell Emmett McCarthy: My windows have been busted a long time ago, so I can say what I please.

Arthur O'Connell

Arthur O'Connell
(as Parnell Emmett McCarthy)

Parnell Emmett McCarthy: Did you give the lieutenant the Well-Known Lecture?
Paul Biegler: If you mean, did I coach him into a phony story, no.
Parnell Emmett McCarthy: Maybe you're too pure, Paul. Too pure for the natural impurities of the law.

Arthur O'Connell

Arthur O'Connell
(as Parnell Emmett McCarthy)

Parnell Emmett McCarthy: Gin!... I knew there was something wrong with that guy. I never met a gin drinker yet that you could trust

Arthur O'Connell

Arthur O'Connell
(as Parnell Emmett McCarthy)

Parnell Emmett McCarthy: Twelve people go off into a room: twelve different minds, twelve different hearts, from twelve different walks of life; twelve sets of eyes, ears, shapes, and sizes. And these twelve people are asked to judge another human being as different from them as they are from each other. And in their judgment, they must become of one mind - unanimous. It's one of the miracles of Man's disorganized soul that they can do it, and in most instances, do it right well. God bless juries.

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