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Mr. Freedom

Mr. Freedom

Dr. Freedom: Let me tell you about the French. They are 50 million mixed-up, sniveling crybabies who haven't stood on their two feet since Napoleon, and that wasn't yesterday. And Napoleon wasn't even French.
Mr. Freedom: He was Corsican!
Dr. Freedom: That's right, boy. So the French are the white man's burden. OUR burden. We've had to carry them through two world wars already, and we're damn well gonna have to carry them through the next.


--Donald Pleasence (as ) in Mr. Freedom

Fantastic Voyage

Fantastic Voyage

Dr. Peter Duval: The medieval philosophers were right. Man is the center of the universe. We stand in the middle of infinity between outer and inner space, and there's no limit to either.


--Donald Pleasence (as Dr. Michaels) in Fantastic Voyage

Cul-de-Sac

Cul-de-Sac

George: Get the hell outta my fortress!


--Donald Pleasence (as George) in Cul-de-Sac

The Pumaman

The Pumaman

Kobras: I always perfer to strike first.


--Donald Pleasence (as ) in The Pumaman

The Pumaman

The Pumaman

Kobras: The man who control the destiny of the world will be here! When the world is mine, I alone will decide whether it is to be war or peace, life or death, according to the New Order which I shall establish!


--Donald Pleasence (as ) in The Pumaman


The Pumaman

The Pumaman

Kobras: There is often more truth in legend than in history.


--Donald Pleasence (as ) in The Pumaman

The Pumaman

The Pumaman

Kobras: You cannot escape me! You can no longer jump into space! Because you are made of earth! And to earth, you shall return!


--Donald Pleasence (as ) in The Pumaman

A Story of David: The Hunted

A Story of David: The Hunted

Nabal: Virtue, they say, is its own reward.


--Donald Pleasence (as Nabal) in A Story of David: The Hunted

Will Penny

Will Penny

Preacher Quint: I knew'd a fellow once, his wagon team got away with him and run a wheel spoke right through his middle. Bled hisself out, right there. Don't you know how easy it was? It was like taking a little sleep under a shady tree, didn't hurt none at all. He just got kind of drowsy, and he just, well, he just dozed off. Well, sir, it ain't gonna be that easy for you. No, sir, not that easy.


--Donald Pleasence (as Preacher Quint) in Will Penny

Fantastic Voyage

Fantastic Voyage

[as the submarine enters the brain]
Dr. Duval: Yet all the suns that light the corridors of the universe shine dim before the blazing of a single thought...
Grant: - proclaiming in incandescent glory the myriad mind of Man...
Dr. Michaels: Very poetic, gentlemen. Let me know when we pass the soul.
Dr. Duval: The soul? The finite mind cannot comprehend infinity - and the soul, which comes from God, is infinite.
Dr. Michaels: Yes, well, our time isn't.


--Donald Pleasence (as Dr. Michaels) in Fantastic Voyage

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