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The Blue Max

The Blue Max

Otto Heidemann: Yes, I understand - but I don't agree with killing helpless men!
General Count von Klugermann: Otto, this is 1918 - things have changed. Unrestricted submarine warfare, bombing of civilians, poison gas. Ask your wife - she's a nurse. Ask Elfi about the mustard gas casualties.
Otto Heidemann: So you approve of this kind of ruthlessness!
General Count von Klugermann: We fight to win, Otto.


--James Mason (as ) in The Blue Max

The Deadly Affair

The Deadly Affair

Ann Dobbs: [shouting] How can you be so aggressive about your job and so gentle about me?
[Sobs]
Charles Dobbs: I've always thought that... being aggressive was the way to... keep my job and being gentle was the way to keep you,
[after a reflective pause]
Charles Dobbs: Well, I've lost my job, haven't I?


--James Mason (as ) in The Deadly Affair

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

Conseil: Cannibals! Hundreds of cannibals! Captain, Captain, scores of boats!
Ned Land: Captain, we're under attack!
Captain Nemo: Naturally, since you invaded their privacy, they have every right to invade ours.


--James Mason (as Captain Nemo) in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

The Deadly Affair

The Deadly Affair

Bill Appleby: Are you suggesting that Elsa might have connived in her husband's murder? That's rather a ghoulish thought, Charley.
Charles Dobbs: She's had a rather ghoulish life.


--James Mason (as ) in The Deadly Affair

A Star is Born

A Star is Born

Judge George J. Barnes: Were you Norman Maine the actor?
Norman Maine: Yes.


--James Mason (as Norman Maine) in A Star is Born


The Decks Ran Red

The Decks Ran Red

Henry Scott: You're no match for me without that knife.
Capt. Edwin Rummill: I'm not going to throw it away to find out.


--James Mason (as Capt. Edwin Rummill) in The Decks Ran Red

The Prisoner of Zenda

The Prisoner of Zenda

Rudolf Rassendyll: But surely, no woman in her right senses would prefer the duke to you.
Rupert of Hentzau: Women are never in their right senses, thank goodness!


--James Mason (as Rupert of Hentzau) in The Prisoner of Zenda

Georgy Girl

Georgy Girl

Ted: Your wife is at peace, Mr. James. A quick and merciful death. I don't suppose she ever knew what hit her.
James Leamington: Something hit her?


--James Mason (as James Leamington) in Georgy Girl

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Carla Göteborg: Sir Oliver, you are not going to listen to a murderer?
Sir Oliver Lindenbrook: Never interrupt a murderer, madam.


--James Mason (as Sir Oliver S. Lindenbrook) in Journey to the Center of the Earth

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Carla Göteborg: Someone is walking up there. I heard footsteps, human footsteps.
Sir Oliver Lindenbrook: Since the beginning of time all women have heard footsteps up there.


--James Mason (as Sir Oliver S. Lindenbrook) in Journey to the Center of the Earth

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