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Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year

Sam Craig: [in front of the airport] Could I drop you someplace, Miss Whitcomb?
Ellen Whitcomb: You can drop that "Miss Whitcomb."


--Fay Bainter (as Ellen Whitcomb) in Woman of the Year

Jezebel

Jezebel

Dr. Livingstone: You might be interested in a bit of news I got today... Preston Dillard's coming back. Arrives Friday on the packet
Aunt Belle: What brings him?
Dr. Livingstone: This yellow fever business. We two started together on what 'oughta be done about it. Now its busted loose he's comin' back
Aunt Belle: It's high time. I suspect I know Julie like nobody ever will. Every crook and cranny of her
Dr. Livingstone: You 'oughta miss Belle, she's more like you than you ever where
Aunt Belle: Maybe I'll love her most when she's meanest, because I know thats when shes lovin' most.


--Fay Bainter (as Aunt Belle) in Jezebel

White Banners

White Banners

Paul Ward: You don't think I have a fighting chance!
Hannah: I don't think you have a chance, fighting!


--Fay Bainter (as Hannah) in White Banners

The Shining Hour

The Shining Hour

Henry Linden: [Referring to Maggie] Hannah, isn't she all I said?
Hannah Linden: [Cattily] I'm sure she is, Henry, and more.


--Fay Bainter (as ) in The Shining Hour

Woman of the Year

Woman of the Year

Ellen Whitcomb: Success is no fun unless you share it with someone.


--Fay Bainter (as Ellen Whitcomb) in Woman of the Year


State Fair

State Fair

Melissa Frake: Abel Frake, I am not putting liquor in my cooking!


--Fay Bainter (as Melissa Frake) in State Fair

Our Town

Our Town

Mrs. Julia Hersey Gibbs: It seems to me, once in your life, before you die, you ought to see a country where they don't speak any English and they don't even want to.


--Fay Bainter (as Mrs. Gibbs) in Our Town

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Mrs. Mitty: The clock didn't strike. I definitely heard it not strike.


--Fay Bainter (as Mrs. Eunice Mitty) in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Jezebel

Jezebel

[after the duel between Buck Cantrell and Ted Dillard ends tragically]
Julie Marsden: Well say it. What are you thinkin'?
Aunt Belle: I'm thinkin' of a woman called Jezebel who did evil in the sight of God.


--Fay Bainter (as Aunt Belle) in Jezebel

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