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Murder with Pictures

Murder with Pictures

Hester Boone: When I think of all we were to each other... Then when I catch up with you, what do I find? Oh when I think of every--
Kent Murdock: Stop thinking and give your larynx a rest.


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Murder with Pictures

The Secret of Dr. Kildare

The Secret of Dr. Kildare

Dr. Leonard Barry Gillespie: Even good doctors often forget that fear is a tyrant over the body as well as the mind. People can acquire the evil results of every disease just through fear alone.


--Lew Ayres (as Dr. James 'Jimmy' Kildare) in The Secret of Dr. Kildare

Dr. Kildare Goes Home

Dr. Kildare Goes Home

Dr. Leonard Gillespie: [addressing graduating interns] Gentlemen, I salute you. You're about to go out and engage yourself in the noble profession of practicing medicine. Well my heart bleeds for you. But since we're all aware of what you'll have to face, perhaps you'll accept a few hints from a man old enough to know better. Never expect to get a good night's sleep. Many illnesses start at noon, but nobody ever seems to call the doctor before midnight. No matter how ill the patient is, you'll have more trouble with the relatives. Always remember that many times your only job will be to keep the patient happy because nature's going to cure him and you'll get all the credit.
Dr. Walter Carew: Thank you, Leonard.
Dr. Leonard Gillespie: Well don't thank me yet - I'm not through. Gentlemen, nobody has the right to live without paying for his existence with some service to mankind. Your service is man's most precious boon. The alleviation of pain and the postponement of death. Be proud of it. I'm sending you out in the world with a message of hate. Hate for disease and ignorance. Cherish that hatred and you'll never quit, no matter how tough the going gets. I see courage in your faces, and I know you got it in your hearts. At any time if I could help you... why... Well, goodbye and good luck.


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Dr. Kildare Goes Home

Dr. Kildare's Crisis

Dr. Kildare's Crisis

Dr. Leonard Gillespie: It doesn't do a man any good to tell him he has an incurable disease. Eventually the divine power which put us all here manages to remove the fear of death and replaces it with a great understanding.


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Dr. Kildare's Crisis

Dr. Kildare's Strange Case

Dr. Kildare's Strange Case

Dr. Leonard Gillespie: The operation was a success but the patient died.


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Dr. Kildare's Strange Case


Dr. Kildare's Strange Case

Dr. Kildare's Strange Case

Dr. Leonard Gillespie: Well, Mr. Ingersoll, good morning, and how are you feeling today?
Rufus Ingersoll: Never felt better in my life!
Dr. Leonard Gillespie: Oh ho, that's fine. That's fine... because your system's in a state of collapse. Siddown before you fall down!


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Dr. Kildare's Strange Case

Donovan's Brain

Donovan's Brain

Dr. Patrick J. Cory: [after Cory wakes Scratt up from a drunken stupor] My dear Dr. Schratt, you sober up with more
[pauses and shrugs]
Dr. Patrick J. Cory: grace than anyone I ever saw. You're terrific. C'mon, let's go.
Dr. Frank Schratt: Are you kidding?
[He hold out his shaking hand]
Dr. Frank Schratt: . Look! Nope.
Dr. Patrick J. Cory: Frank, don't let me down.
Dr. Frank Schratt: What's more useless than a surgeon with a hangover? I'm a drunken zero.! I pass!
Dr. Patrick J. Cory: No, you don't. I'd rather have you do a corneal transplant for me drunk than anyone else sober.
[Pulls him by the arm]
Dr. Patrick J. Cory: Let's go boy.
Dr. Frank Schratt: You're brilliant but not normal.
Dr. Patrick J. Cory: [Laughs] So are you, but are you and who is?


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Donovan's Brain

Donovan's Brain

Donovan's Brain

Dr. Patrick J. Cory: Perhaps I'll cure Frank and every other alcoholic if I can solve the mystery of Donovan's Brain. I think it's a matter of chemistry how the brain thinks. The problem is to find out what chemical combinations are responsible for success... failure... happiness... misery.
Janice Cory: Sounds impossible.
Dr. Patrick J. Cory: But it is not. It can't be. There has to be a way.


--Lew Ayres (as ) in Donovan's Brain

Johnny Belinda

Johnny Belinda

Dr. Robert Richardson: Hello, Aggie. You got back all right?
Aggie McDonald: Wouldn't be here if I hadn't, would I?
Dr. Robert Richardson: Is your sister better?
Aggie McDonald: Yes.
Dr. Robert Richardson: Did she have a good doctor?
Aggie McDonald: Don't have any. Doesn't believe in them.
Dr. Robert Richardson: Well, that's the right attitude as long as one can afford it.


--Lew Ayres (as Dr. Robert Richardson) in Johnny Belinda

Johnny Belinda

Johnny Belinda

Dr. Robert Richardson: I have to get cash somewhere, and you and some of the others are the only ones who can afford it.


--Lew Ayres (as Dr. Robert Richardson) in Johnny Belinda

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