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The Big Clock

The Big Clock

Earl Janoth: [talking on intercom to Steve Hagen] On the fourth floor - in the broom closet - a bulb has been burning for several days. Find the man responsible, dock his pay.


--Charles Laughton (as Earl Janoth) in The Big Clock

The Barretts of Wimpole Street

The Barretts of Wimpole Street

Edward Moulton-Barrett: I shall never in any way reproach you. You shall never know by deed or word or hint of mine how much you have grieved and wounded your father by refusing to do the little thing he asked.


--Charles Laughton (as Edward Moulton) in The Barretts of Wimpole Street

The Man on the Eiffel Tower

The Man on the Eiffel Tower

Inspector Jules Maigret: [to Johann Radek] By the way - there's one thing I'd like to know. Am I following you, or are you following me?


--Charles Laughton (as Inspector Jules Maigret) in The Man on the Eiffel Tower

The Bribe

The Bribe

J.J. Bealer: Well, ya ain't said yes... but ya ain't said no.


--Charles Laughton (as J.J. Bealer) in The Bribe

It Started with Eve

It Started with Eve

Jonathan Reynolds: The trouble with being sick is you have to associate with doctors.


--Charles Laughton (as Jonathan Reynolds) in It Started with Eve


The Paradine Case

The Paradine Case

Judge Lord Thomas Horfield: I do not like to be interrupted in the middle of an insult.


--Charles Laughton (as Judge Lord Thomas Horfield) in The Paradine Case

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

Rembrandt van Rijn: And of a sudden he knew that when one woman gives herself to you, you possess all women. Women of every age and race and kind, and more than that, the moon, the stars, all miracles and legends are yours. Brown-skinned girls who inflame your senses with their play, cool yellow-haired women who entice and escape you, gentle ones who serve you, slender ones who torment you, the mothers who bore and suckled you; all women whom God created out of the teeming fullness of the earth, are yours in the love of one woman.


--Charles Laughton (as Rembrandt van Rijn) in Rembrandt

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

Rembrandt van Rijn: What is success? A soldier can reckon his success in victories, a merchant in money. But my world is insubstantial. I live in a beautiful, blinding, swirling mist.


--Charles Laughton (as Rembrandt van Rijn) in Rembrandt

Ruggles of Red Gap

Ruggles of Red Gap

Ruggles: I'm putting out your light grey, my Lord. There is something in the air this morning which calls for light grey, I think.


--Charles Laughton (as Ruggles) in Ruggles of Red Gap

Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn

Sir Humphrey Pengallan: [to Mary after murdering her Aunt Patience] Good clean shot, wasn't it? I'm sorry. Poor creature, she had suffered so much, but I was forced to do it! You see, she was going to tell you about me. I didn't like that. I wanted to tell you myself.


--Charles Laughton (as Sir Humphrey Pengallan) in Jamaica Inn

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