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National Velvet

National Velvet

Donald Brown: I was sick all night!
Mr. Herbert Brown: Donald, you told a story, didn't you?
Donald Brown: Yes, sir, it was a story.
Mr. Herbert Brown: Well, you know what to do.
Donald Brown: What?
Mr. Herbert Brown: You say you're sorry.
[Donald puts his head on his hand]
Mr. Herbert Brown: Well?
Mrs. Brown: He's thinking.
Mr. Herbert Brown: [to Donald] Well, make up your mind.
Donald Brown: Alright, I'm sorry.
[continues eating his dinner]
Mr. Herbert Brown: Well, go on. Sorry for what?
Donald Brown: For being sick all night!
Mr. Herbert Brown: That boy will make a lawyer.


--Donald Crisp (as Mr. Brown) in National Velvet

Whispering Smith

Whispering Smith

Barney Rebstock: [to Murray giving instructions for the upsoming shootout] One man behind the rock is worth three in the open.


--Donald Crisp (as Barney Rebstock) in Whispering Smith

Broken Blossoms

Broken Blossoms

Battling Burrows: Put a smile on yer face, can't yer?


--Donald Crisp (as ) in Broken Blossoms

Brother Orchid

Brother Orchid

Brother Superior: When the heart speaks, Brother Orchid, other hearts must listen.


--Donald Crisp (as Brother Superior) in Brother Orchid

Saddle the Wind

Saddle the Wind

Dennis Dineen: I'd rather send a son of mine riding and never see him again than have to bury him.


--Donald Crisp (as Dennis Deneen) in Saddle the Wind


Knute Rockne, All American

Knute Rockne, All American

Father John Callahan: Who can say for certain what a man was really born to be? That's God's will. Someday Knute will find his right place in the world, and when he does, whether it be science or not, I have a feeling it will be the one he was meant to do.


--Donald Crisp (as ) in Knute Rockne, All American

Bright Leaf

Bright Leaf

Major Singleton: I'm afraid I don't believe in cigarettes, much less a machine for makin' them. It turns my stomach, sir, every time I have occasion to witness someone pokin' one of those vile concoctions into their face. I deal in cigars, sir. Nothing less.


--Donald Crisp (as Major James Singleton) in Bright Leaf

Bright Leaf

Bright Leaf

Major Singleton: I'm too old a horse to change my gait.


--Donald Crisp (as Major James Singleton) in Bright Leaf

What Every Woman Knows

What Every Woman Knows

Mr. David Wylie: That's the way I like to hear you talk. A young Scotsman turned loose on the world with three hundred pounds. What could he not do? It's appalling to think of. Especially if he went among the English.


--Donald Crisp (as ) in What Every Woman Knows

National Velvet

National Velvet

Mr. Herbert Brown: Donald, go back to bed.
Donald Brown: I'll only fall asleep.
Mr. Herbert Brown: That is the general purport and intention.


--Donald Crisp (as Mr. Brown) in National Velvet

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