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Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Senator Platt: Of course, you'll always consult us on policy.
Theodore Roosevelt: Always!... and then Ill do exactly what I think is right!


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Teddy, the Rough Rider

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Austin Spencer: [to Garrett] You get engaged to my daughter, and all you can think about is capital punishment?


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Cheers for Miss Bishop

Cheers for Miss Bishop

John Stevens: [Examining the label on a wine bottle] Orvieto...
Ella Bishop: Orvieto? Should know but I don't.
John Stevens: It's a little Italian town, Orvieto. Sunny and warm, it's flooded with warm sunlight. I remember once seeing one beggar there with a beautiful flower and a ragged hat. He was perfectly happy.
Ella Bishop: A beggar with a flower in his ragged hat. And sunlight...
John Stevens: I stayed there for weeks and weeks. I ate chestnut bread with the peasants and drank the new wine. And *I* was perfectly happy. Then I went on to Rome; I did everything the guidebook said but it wasn't the same.


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Cheers for Miss Bishop

Rosemary's Baby

Rosemary's Baby

Roman Castevet: No pope ever visits a city where the newspapers are on strike.
Minnie Castevet: I heard he's gonna postpone and wait till it's over.
Guy Woodhouse: Well, that's showbiz.
Roman Castevet: That's exactly what it is: all the costumes, the rituals - all religions.


--Sidney Blackmer (as Roman Castevet) in Rosemary's Baby

Rosemary's Baby

Rosemary's Baby

Roman Castevet: To 1966! The year one!


--Sidney Blackmer (as Roman Castevet) in Rosemary's Baby


The Little Colonel

The Little Colonel

Swazey: Why, Jack, old partner! What's happened to you?
Jack Sherman: I've been very ill.
Swazey: Gee, that's too bad. Anything we can do? Maybe when you find out what we've come for, you'll feel better. When we sold you that land, we did it in good faith. We thought there was gold and plenty on it, and then we went off to California. On our way back, we stopped to see how you were faring, and we found out what had happened. Partner, we felt bad. Didn't we?
Hull: That's right.
Swazey: Now we'll prove we're honest. We made a long trip to find you to give you back your money.
Jack Sherman: You did, did you?
Swazey: Why, I couldn't sleep again if I thought you'd lost money. All we ask is that you hand over the deed to the property, and we'll pay you what you paid us, fair and square.
Jack Sherman: That's very kind and generous of you. Now be kind enough to get out of my house! You found out my land was valuable and the railroad wanted it, and I found out what kind of men you are. Now get out!
Swazey: Now partner, we came here to make an honest business deal for that deed. But if you're going to get rough about it, we'll have to get it another way.


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in The Little Colonel

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Theodore Roosevelt: [after being nominated as Vice-President] I feel like a man who's been sentenced to solitary confinement.


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Theodore Roosevelt: [to President McKinley] ... only that nation that's prepared for peace that knows how to fight. Speak softly but carry a big stick!


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Theodore Roosevelt: [to representatives of real estate interests] If improving the living conditions of the poor means working against you, I've only just begun.


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Teddy, the Rough Rider

Theodore Roosevelt: A man always has two reasons for what he does, a good one and the real one.


--Sidney Blackmer (as ) in Teddy, the Rough Rider

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