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Hombre

Hombre

Audra Favor: I can't imagine eating a dog and not thinking anything of it.
John Russell: You even been hungry, lady? Not just ready for supper. Hungry enough so that your belly swells?
Audra Favor: I wouldn't care how hungry I got. I know I wouldn't eat one of those camp dogs.
John Russell: You'd eat it. You'd fight for the bones, too.
Audra Favor: Have you ever eaten a dog, Mr. Russell?
John Russell: Eaten one and lived like one.
Audra Favor: Dear me.


--Barbara Rush (as ) in Hombre

It Came from Outer Space

It Came from Outer Space

Ellen Fields: If we've been seeing things, it's because we DID see them.


--Barbara Rush (as Ellen Fields) in It Came from Outer Space

The Young Philadelphians

The Young Philadelphians

Joan Dickinson: At least you have someplace to go.
Anthony Judson Lawrence: Haven't you?
Joan Dickinson: Are you kidding? I have no talents. Nothing. I was very well educated to be an idiot. And I was a very good student.


--Barbara Rush (as Joan Dickinson) in The Young Philadelphians

The Young Philadelphians

The Young Philadelphians

Joan Dickinson: How do you want to handle this? Pleasant or unpleasant?
Carson, Construction Worker: What's the matter? Late for tea?
Joan Dickinson: All right. Unpleasant.


--Barbara Rush (as Joan Dickinson) in The Young Philadelphians

When Worlds Collide

When Worlds Collide

Joyce Hendron: He'll be home the day after tomorrow.


--Barbara Rush (as ) in When Worlds Collide


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