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Ben and Me

Ben and Me

Colonist: What happened?
Colonist #3: Did he listen?
Colonist: What about the taxes? Did he lift them?
Colonist #3: Did he tell him, Ben?
Colonist: What did the king say?
Colonist #2: What did he say?
Ben Franklin: Gentlemen, I'm afraid the mission was a failure. The king was unreasonable. He wouldn't listen.
Colonist: Alright, men! We'll fight for our independence!
Colonist #2: It has to be war!
Colonist #3: He's right!
Ben Franklin: War? But gentlemen, there must be some other way.
Colonist: Some other way?
Colonist #2: What way?
Colonist: No! We've got to fight!
Colonist #3: What if we lose? Or we'll hang from trees!
Colonist: What'll we do, Ben?
Colonist #2: Yes, what'll we do?
Ben Franklin: If I only knew. If I only knew.


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in Ben and Me

No Time for Comedy

No Time for Comedy

Linda Paige Esterbrook: [Crying] I don't want to lose him!
[Gaylord]
Philo Swift: Well, I don't want to lose Amanda either, but for a totally different reason. I don't want to have my tombstone cluttered up with the names of my formally beloved wives - it leaves no room for the more important data.


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in No Time for Comedy

The Invisible Woman

The Invisible Woman

Richard Russell: Stop breathing down my neck.
George: It's the breath of pleasure, sir. And perhaps a touch of garlic.


--Charles Ruggles (as George) in The Invisible Woman

No More Ladies

No More Ladies

Marcia Townsend Warren: Alas, good sir, he's made no proposals to me, improper or otherwise.
Edgar Holden: [to Sherry] You. What's the matter with you, you slipping?


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in No More Ladies

The Parent Trap

The Parent Trap

Louise McKendrick: Charles, stop burbling.
Charles McKendrick: I haven't burbled in years!


--Charles Ruggles (as Charles McKendrick) in The Parent Trap


Trouble in Paradise

Trouble in Paradise

François Filiba: Nice day, Major.
The Major: Eh-hmm.
François Filiba: You're looking fine, Major.
The Major: Now see here my good man, I've had just about enough of your insulting remarks.


--Charles Ruggles (as The Major) in Trouble in Paradise

Ben and Me

Ben and Me

Amos Mouse: [noticing Ben is about to run into a lamp post] Post, Ben! Post!
Ben Franklin: Oh, how do you do, Mr. Post?


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in Ben and Me

Ben and Me

Ben and Me

Amos Mouse: [voiceover] As the years passed, Ben's reputation grew. Letters poured in from all over the colonies. Requests for money, for information on inventions, advice in business, and even advice to the loved one. I spent all my time answering them. Meanwhile, Ben putted around with his experiments.
Ben Franklin: [sneaks up on Amos with and shocks him with his finger]
Amos Mouse: [screams] Oww!
Ben Franklin: [laughing] Oh, Amos, you should have seen yourself! That was so funny!
[notices that Amos is going away]
Ben Franklin: Amos, where are you going?
Amos Mouse: I'm leaving!
Ben Franklin: Leaving? Aww, Amos, can't you take a little joke?
Amos Mouse: Joke?
[shows Ben what he did to his tail]
Amos Mouse: You call *this* a joke?
Ben Franklin: Oh, Amos, I didn't mean it. Now, please don't go. I'll never do it again.
Amos Mouse: Well, no more tricks, now. Promise?
Ben Franklin: I promise.
[crosses his fingers]


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in Ben and Me

Ben and Me

Ben and Me

Amos Mouse: My name's Amos, one of the church mice from over on Second Street, and the first thing I'd do is figure a way to heat this place. All your heat's going up the chimney.
Ben Franklin: And what would you propose?
Amos Mouse: Put the fire in the middle of the room.
Ben Franklin: Oh, nonsense! You want to burn the place down?
Amos Mouse: Make something out of iron to put it in.
Ben Franklin: Say, that might be an idea.


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in Ben and Me

One Hour with You

One Hour with You

Adolph: You have a right to be wrong. You're a woman. Women are born to be wrong. I like my women wrong!


--Charles Ruggles (as ) in One Hour with You

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