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The Story of Seabiscuit

The Story of Seabiscuit

Charles S. Howard, Seabiscuit's Owner: We really got to go east and do some buying. I got my eye on one or two I think we can get.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: Good, we'd better start right away.
Mrs. Charles S. Howard: Wait a minute, now, I don't know whether I trust you two boys to go shopping or not.
Charles S. Howard, Seabiscuit's Owner: Shawn will see that no one puts anything over on me. Have you any particular favorites?
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: No, not offhand. Oh, yes, come to think of it, now. I do know of one. And he shouldn't cost you too much, either. Sir, it would be a pleasure to go east to the sales with you. Indeed it will, sir!


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer) in The Story of Seabiscuit

The Quiet Man

The Quiet Man

Ignatius Feeney: A pound on Thornton against the Squire!
Michaleen Flynn: Go away, ye traiter, ya!


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Michaleen Oge Flynn) in The Quiet Man

How Green Was My Valley

How Green Was My Valley

Dai Bando: [Cyfartha is holding Mr. Jonas in boxing position] Now look, to make a good boxer, you must have a good... *right hand*, you see?
[strikes Mr. Jonas with a right jab, the force of which knocks Mr. Jonas into the wall]
Dai Bando: Now, you see, that is how you will punish your man - with a right and a left, and put your shoulder into it!
[Mr. Jonas is slumped against the wall, dazed]
Cyfartha: The gentleman is talking to you!


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Cyfartha) in How Green Was My Valley

How Green Was My Valley

How Green Was My Valley

Dai Bando: Position again.
[Dai Bando and Cyfartha drag Mr. Jonas to his feet]
Dai Bando: Could I have your attention, boys and girls? I am not accustomed to speaking in public...
Cyfartha: Only public houses.
Dai Bando: But this -
[backhands Mr. Jonas in the nose, sending him sprawling]
Dai Bando: never use. It's against the rules. Break a man's nose. Now then -
[turns to find Mr. Jonas collapsed against the wall, unconscious]
Dai Bando: I'm afraid he will never make a boxer.
Cyfartha: No aptitude for knowledge.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Cyfartha) in How Green Was My Valley

The Story of Seabiscuit

The Story of Seabiscuit

Margaret O'Hara: [about Seabiscuit] He is small. A full hen below the rest.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: Sure he's small in the body, but big in the heart.
Margaret O'Hara: What do they call him?
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: Seabiscuit. You'd be hearing the name someday.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer) in The Story of Seabiscuit


The Story of Seabiscuit

The Story of Seabiscuit

Thomas Milford, Owner Milford Farms: You judge the next two or three, George. Shawn and I won't open our heads.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: I'll not so much as whisper. I give you me word.
Thomas Milford, Owner Milford Farms: Come on with him.
[stable hand brings up Seabiscuit]
Thomas Milford, Owner Milford Farms: And that was bred here? What is it?
George Carson, Head Trainer at Milford Farms: Seabiscuit by Hard Tack out of Swing On.
stable hand: He's always been kind of runty.
Thomas Milford, Owner Milford Farms: Yeah. Runty's right. Look at those knees. Big enough for a three-year-old. Well, George, deciding about this one won't strain you.
George Carson, Head Trainer at Milford Farms: Get him to the shipping paddock, quick.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: One minute. Mr. Millford, I gave you me word, and you can call me what you like, but I'm going to have me say. I'm begging you, I'm praying you, don't let this little man go.
George Carson, Head Trainer at Milford Farms: Well, can you beat that? Boss, I've stood for a lot here this morning, but if you keep this runty, big-kneed thing on the say of this Irish expert, I'm getting off the place.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: Man, you don't know what you're saying. I'll leave, and gladly, to trouble you no more on one condition: give this colt a chance to show you what he can do.
Thomas Milford, Owner Milford Farms: Nobody's going to leave over one yearling. Shawn, I promised George, and I'm keeping my word. Shipping paddock.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: The day will come, sir, when you'll hold your head higher and breathe deep to be called his owner.
Thomas Milford, Owner Milford Farms: You die hard, don't you, Shawn.
Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer: I doubt if it's hard enough.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Shawn O'Hara, Seabiscuit's Trainer) in The Story of Seabiscuit

Union Station

Union Station

Inspector Donnelly: I'll break any man who takes his eyes off that suitcase.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Inspector Donnelly) in Union Station

Union Station

Union Station

Inspector Donnelly: The people you have to deal with are lice. They never keep their word to anyone about anything; they won't to you.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Inspector Donnelly) in Union Station

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None

Judge Francis J. Quincannon: So you see, the whole thing has been as inevitable as in a nursery rhyme. When the boat arrives from the mainland, there will be ten dead bodies, and a riddle no one can solve on Indian Island.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Judge Francis J. Quinncannon) in And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None

Judge Francis J. Quinncannon: Mr. Owen could only come to the island in one way. It's perfectly clear. Mr. Owen is one of us.


--Barry Fitzgerald (as Judge Francis J. Quinncannon) in And Then There Were None

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