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Two for the Road

Two for the Road

Joanna Wallace: [referring to a pair of newlyweds seated in the back of a Rolls Royce] They don't look very happy.
Mark Wallace: Why should they? They just got married.


--Albert Finney (as Mark Wallace) in Two for the Road

Two for the Road

Two for the Road

Joanna Wallace: [upset] You just want me to become a beautiful memory, the sooner the better!
Mark Wallace: Who said anything about beautiful?


--Albert Finney (as Mark Wallace) in Two for the Road

Tom Jones

Tom Jones

Honor: [after the hunt, Tom Jones, injured, lies on a bed with Honor and Sophie tending to him. He pretends to be asleep] Look at him, ma'am. He's the most handsome man I ever saw in my life.
Sophie Western: Why, Honor! I do believe you're in love with him!
Honor: I assure you, ma'am, I'm not.
Sophie Western: If you were, I see no reason that you should be ashamed of it... for he certainly is a handsome fellow.
Honor: That he is. The most handsome man I ever saw in my life. And as you say, ma'am, I don't know why I should be ashamed of looking at him, even though he is my better. For gentle folk are but flesh and blood like other persons. I am an honest person's child, and my mother and father were married, which is more than some people can say as high as they hold their heads.
Sophie Western: [Shocked at her comments] Honor!
Honor: [while Honor continues talking, Tom Jones shows signs of awakening from his feigned sleep] My grandfather was a clergyman and he would have been very angry to have thought any of his family had taken up with Molly Seagrim's leavings... Why, ma'am, the young gentleman is awake.
Sophie Western: Yes, you've awakened him with your foolish chatter.
Tom Jones: I feel awake for the first time ever.


--Albert Finney (as Tom Jones) in Tom Jones

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Mrs. Bull: I'll clout you one of these days!
Arthur Seaton: Ta'ra fatty.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Doreen: What did you do that for?
Arthur Seaton: Dunno, just felt like it I suppose.
Doreen: Maybe one of those houses will be for us.
Arthur Seaton: I know.
Doreen: You shouldn't throw things like that.
Arthur Seaton: It won't be the last one I throw.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning


Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Doreen: What's the black stuff you're drinking, it looks like treacle.
Arthur Seaton: Beer and stout, try a drop.
Doreen: No thanks, I think I tasted that once but it was horrible.
Arthur Seaton: I'm not a boozer either but I'm going fishing this afternoon and I like a drop beforehand.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Brenda: Hey Arthur, what a time we had last night.
Arthur Seaton: It seems years... aye you're lovely Brenda.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Brenda: Somebody told me the other day they'd seen you coming out of the pictures with a young girl.
Arthur Seaton: It's a bloody lie then.
Brenda: Do you think I'm daft Arthur? I can tell you don't go on me as much as you used to .
Arthur Seaton: That isn't true Brenda, you know I like you a lot.
Brenda: I know you, I can see that a mile off.
Arthur Seaton: Not my fault if you don't believe me, is it?
Brenda: You know the trouble with you, you don't know the difference between right and rong, and I don't think you ever will.
Arthur Seaton: Maybe I won't, but I don't want anybody to teach me either.
Brenda: You'll learn one day.
Arthur Seaton: We'll see, but it's now that matters isn't it, we've still got to clear this mess up.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Bert: Aye I noticed that girl myself this morning, smashing bit of stuff. I shouldn't think she'd want to be seen with a madman like you though.
Arthur Seaton: They all want a good time you can bet.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

Bert: Did you get anywhere?
Arthur Seaton: No, you?
Bert: Nah, that Betty's barmy, she wouldn't le me get near her. Tell you, you've got to marry them these days before you get 'owt.
Arthur Seaton: Not if they're already married.


--Albert Finney (as Arthur Seaton) in Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

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