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The Member of the Wedding

The Member of the Wedding

Berenice Sadie Brown: [Frankie threatens her with a knife] Lay it down, Satan!
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: [throws the knife into the kitchen door] I'm the world's greatest knife thrower.


--Julie Harris (as ) in The Member of the Wedding

The Member of the Wedding

The Member of the Wedding

Berenice Sadie Brown: Look at your hair to begin with. Done had all your hair shaved off like a convict. You tie this ribbon around this head with no hair, it looks peculiar.
Frances 'Frankie' Addams: But I'm going to wash and try to stretch my hair tonight.


--Julie Harris (as ) in The Member of the Wedding

Reflections in a Golden Eye

Reflections in a Golden Eye

Alison Langdon: Alcoholics, paresis, senility. My God. What a choice crew.


--Julie Harris (as Alison Langdon) in Reflections in a Golden Eye

Harper

Harper

Betty Fraley: hearing Fay banging helplessly on the door of the closet Harper has locked her inside Fay'll get out...
Betty Fraley: dismissively A fat, barefoot alcoholic? Sure she will


--Julie Harris (as ) in Harper

The Member of the Wedding

The Member of the Wedding

Frances 'Frankie' Addams: We'll just walk up to people and know them right away. We'll be walking down a dark road, and see a lighted house and knock on the door, and strangers will rush to meet us and say, "Come in! Come in!" We'll know decorated aviators and New York people and movie stars. And we'll have thousands and thousands of friends. We'll belong to so many clubs that we can't even keep track of them all. We'll be members of the WHOLE WORLD!


--Julie Harris (as ) in The Member of the Wedding


You're a Big Boy Now

You're a Big Boy Now

Miss Thing: Last week I was 19. Today I'm 42. If I had an eggshell for every day I'd spent alone, I'd have a lot of eggshells.


--Julie Harris (as ) in You're a Big Boy Now

Requiem for a Heavyweight

Requiem for a Heavyweight

[after Grace slaps Maish]
Maish Rennick: Do you really want to help him? Here's how you can help him. Leave him alone. If you gotta' say anything to him, tell him you pity him. Tell him you feel so sorry for him you could cry. But don't con him. Don't tell him he could be a counsellor at a boys' camp. He's been chasing ghosts so long he'll believe anything. Any kind of a ghost. Championship belt, pretty girl... maybe just 24 hours without an ache in his body. Doesn't make any difference. It all passed him.
Grace Miller: I just thought that - maybe the next thing he wanted he ought to get.
[starts to weep]
Grace Miller: That would only be fair. I wished to God it was something I could've given him.


--Julie Harris (as Grace Miller) in Requiem for a Heavyweight

East of Eden

East of Eden

Abra: But you must give him some sign, Mr. Trask, some sign that you love him... or he'll never be a man. All his life he'll feel guilty and alone unless you release him.


--Julie Harris (as Abra) in East of Eden

East of Eden

East of Eden

Abra: I love you even though I'm afraid of you. Maybe someday I won't be.


--Julie Harris (as Abra) in East of Eden

East of Eden

East of Eden

Abra: Mr. Trask, it's awful not to be loved. It's the worst thing in the world. Don't ask me - even if you could - how I know that. I just know it. It makes you mean, and violent, and cruel. And that's the way Cal has always felt, Mr. Trask. All his life! Maybe you didn't mean it that way - but it's true. You never gave him your love. You never asked for his. You never asked him for one thing.


--Julie Harris (as Abra) in East of Eden

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