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Tarzan's New York Adventure

Tarzan's New York Adventure

Tarzan: [inside the smoke-filled Club Moonbeam in New York] Smell like a Swahili swamp. Why people stay?
Jane: It's what they call having a good time.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Jane Parker) in Tarzan's New York Adventure

Tarzan Escapes

Tarzan Escapes

Eric: We'll lose a lot of money if Jane doesn't help us.
Tarzan: Money?
Rita: Yes, money - you know, to get clothes and food and ...
Tarzan: Food, clothes, money?
Eric: No, Tarzan, you don't understand. Money isn't that, it's ...
Jane: Of course he doesn't understand. I hope he never does!


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as ) in Tarzan Escapes

Tarzan and His Mate

Tarzan and His Mate

Martin Arlington: But he's got to understand. Every penny we've got in the world is tied up in this.
Jane Parker: Tarzan knows nothing about money. That wouldn't mean anything to him.
Harry Holt: Well, what's the harm? They're all dead.
[referring to the elephants in the Elephants Graveyard]
Jane Parker: It's as thought somebody asked you to rob a graveyard back home.
Martin Arlington: But these are animals. They're not humans. This is different.
Jane Parker: Not to him.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Jane Parker) in Tarzan and His Mate

The Tall T

The Tall T

Pat Brennan: Did you love him?
Doretta Mims: I married him.
Pat Brennan: That's not what I asked.
Doretta Mims: Yes! Yes, I did.
Pat Brennan: Mrs. Mims, you're a liar. You didn't love him, and never for one minute thought he loved you. That's true, isn't it?
Doretta Mims: Do you know what it's like to be alone in a camp full of roughneck miners, and a father who holds a quiet hatred for you because you're not the son he's always wanted? Yes, I married Willard Mims because I couldn't stand being alone anymore. I know all the time he didn't love me, but I didn't care. I thought I'd make him love me... by the time that he asked me to marry him, I'd told myself inside for so long that I believed it was me he cared for and not the money.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as ) in The Tall T

The Barretts of Wimpole Street

The Barretts of Wimpole Street

Henrietta Barrett: Papa, please. I'm not a bad girl, I swear I'm not, only I love him, I love him. He's a good man, it can't be wrong to love him. I want love, I can't live without love. Oh Papa, remember how you loved Mama and how she loved you!


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Henrietta Barrett) in The Barretts of Wimpole Street


Tarzan and His Mate

Tarzan and His Mate

Jane Parker: I belong with him.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Jane Parker) in Tarzan and His Mate

Tarzan the Ape Man

Tarzan the Ape Man

Jane Parker: Thank you for protecting me.
Tarzan: Me?
Jane Parker: I said, thank you for protecting me.
Tarzan: [points at Jane] Me?
Jane Parker: No. I'm only "Me" for me.
Tarzan: [points at Jane] Me.
Jane Parker: No. To you, I'm "You."
Tarzan: [points at himself] You.
Jane Parker: No...
[Thinks for a second]
Jane Parker: I'm Jane Parker. Understand? Jane, Jane.
Tarzan: [points at Jane] Jane, Jane.
Jane Parker: Yes, Jane. And you?
[Tarzan stares]
Jane Parker: [points at herself] Jane.
Tarzan: Jane.
Jane Parker: [points at Tarzan] And you?
Tarzan: Tarzan. Tarzan.
Jane Parker: Tarzan...


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Jane Parker) in Tarzan the Ape Man

Tarzan and His Mate

Tarzan and His Mate

Jane Parker: The best weapon a woman has is a man's imagination.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Jane Parker) in Tarzan and His Mate

Tarzan's New York Adventure

Tarzan's New York Adventure

Jane: We are going into places where men's minds are tangled worse that the worst underbrush in the jungle, and I'm afraid. More afraid than I've ever been in my life. Everywhere we'll be met with lies and deceit. Your honesty and directness will only be handicaps.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as Jane Parker) in Tarzan's New York Adventure

Between Two Women

Between Two Women

Mrs. Claire Donahue: I'd kiss you, but you're not sterile.


--Maureen O'Sullivan (as ) in Between Two Women

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