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Move Over, Darling

Move Over, Darling

Ellen Wagstaff Arden: Child?! Nick is not a child.
Grace Arden: No, he's not that smart. He's only a man.


--Thelma Ritter (as ) in Move Over, Darling

Move Over, Darling

Move Over, Darling

Ellen Wagstaff Arden: Oh, Grace. There was a man on that island with me.
Grace Arden: How marvelous. No wonder you look so well. But you silly girl. Why did you tell Nick?


--Thelma Ritter (as ) in Move Over, Darling

A Letter to Three Wives

A Letter to Three Wives

Mrs. Finney: Can't we have peace in this house even on New Year's Eve?
Sadie: You got it mixed up with Christmas. New Year's Eve is when people go back to killing each other.


--Thelma Ritter (as Sadie Dugan) in A Letter to Three Wives

A Letter to Three Wives

A Letter to Three Wives

Mrs. Finney: Of all the times to quit a job, just before Christmas with all the bills due and five months due on the icebox!
Sadie: You got to make up your mind whether you want your kids happy or your icebox paid up.


--Thelma Ritter (as Sadie Dugan) in A Letter to Three Wives

Pickup on South Street

Pickup on South Street

Joey: You'd sell anybody for buttons.
Moe Williams: Yeah, but not to *you*, Mister!


--Thelma Ritter (as Moe Williams) in Pickup on South Street


The Model and the Marriage Broker

The Model and the Marriage Broker

Dan Chancellor: Beautiful up here, isn't it? Those trees. I've always liked that poem that said, "Only God can make a tree."
Mae Swasey: Yeah, but on the other hand, you gotta figure, who else would take the time?


--Thelma Ritter (as ) in The Model and the Marriage Broker

The Model and the Marriage Broker

The Model and the Marriage Broker

Kitty Bennett: Oh, I didn't realize - you've got people in there, haven't you?
Mae Swasey: About 50-50.


--Thelma Ritter (as ) in The Model and the Marriage Broker

How the West Was Won

How the West Was Won

Agatha Clegg: [Lily has asked to partner-up with Agatha in a wagon train] You know something ? I got a hunch you're gonna draw men like fish to bait. Maybe I can catch one of them while they swim by. You got yourself a partner.


--Thelma Ritter (as Agatha Clegg) in How the West Was Won

All About Eve

All About Eve

Birdie: I haven't got a union. I'm slave labor.
Margo Channing: Well?
Birdie: But the wardrobe women have got one, and next to a tenor, a wardrobe woman is the touchiest thing in show business.


--Thelma Ritter (as Birdie) in All About Eve

All About Eve

All About Eve

Birdie: The bed looks like a dead animal act.


--Thelma Ritter (as Birdie) in All About Eve

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