Movie quotes

  • The Shop Around the Corner
    • 00:02:23 - How's your boy? - Much better, thanks.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:02:20 - Good morning. - Good morning, Miss Kaczek.

      • 00:02:22 Good morning.

      • 00:02:23 - How's your boy? - Much better, thanks.

      • 00:02:25 - We called Dr. Hegedus. - He's a very expensive doctor.

      • 00:02:28 What can you do?

    • 00:11:46 How much is that belt in the window, the one that says 2.95?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:11:43 I beg your pardon.

      • 00:11:45 Yes, madam?

      • 00:11:46 How much is that belt in the window, the one that says 2.95?

      • 00:11:49 - 2.95. - Oh, no.

      • 00:11:55 - May I tell you my qualifications? - Lf I could do anything for you, I'd do it.

    • 00:14:35 You know how much I value your judgment...

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:14:29 I ask you to my house.

      • 00:14:31 - I'm very grateful, sir. - You have a funny way of showing it.

      • 00:14:35 You know how much I value your judgment...

      • 00:14:37 ...and on every occasion you contradict me.

      • 00:14:39 Whatever I say, you say, "no."

    • 00:16:44 - How much are you selling it for? - Let me see. 4.25.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:16:40 - Mr. Matuschek. - Yes, Miss...

      • 00:16:42 Novak.

      • 00:16:44 - How much are you selling it for? - Let me see. 4.25.

      • 00:16:49 4.25?

      • 00:16:50 Yes, 4.25.

    • 00:18:22 How much is it?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:18:14 Every time you open it, the little tinkling song is a message to you.

      • 00:18:18 "Too much candy, now be careful."

      • 00:18:22 How much is it?

      • 00:18:28 - I'll take it. - Thank you, madam.

      • 00:18:31 What do you say now?

    • 00:19:49 How much does it cost you to live, you and Mrs. Pirovitch?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:19:44 Wait a minute. What did I say? I said, "suppose."

      • 00:19:46 I said, "a fellow like me." I didn't say me.

      • 00:19:49 How much does it cost you to live, you and Mrs. Pirovitch?

      • 00:19:52 - Leaving out the children. - Why fool yourself?

      • 00:19:57 Well, let's say temporarily. How much does it cost?

    • 00:19:57 Well, let's say temporarily. How much does it cost?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:19:49 How much does it cost you to live, you and Mrs. Pirovitch?

      • 00:19:52 - Leaving out the children. - Why fool yourself?

      • 00:19:57 Well, let's say temporarily. How much does it cost?

      • 00:20:00 - It can be done. - Yeah?

      • 00:20:03 Yes, and very nicely. Naturally, you can't be extravagant.

    • 00:23:10 You wonder how much is in it, and you don't want to open it.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:23:04 Yes, once.

      • 00:23:07 Yeah, the boss hands you the envelope.

      • 00:23:10 You wonder how much is in it, and you don't want to open it.

      • 00:23:14 As long as the envelope's closed, you're a millionaire.

      • 00:23:16 You keep postponing that moment and...

    • 01:22:32 How much is it?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:22:16 I wonder how Matuschek and Company can do it.

      • 01:22:19 If you don't know, Mr. Matuschek, who should?

      • 01:22:32 How much is it?

      • 01:22:40 That's wonderful.

      • 01:22:42 That's the biggest day since '28. You should be very proud.

    • 01:33:53 Did you tell him how much I make?

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:33:45 You have nothing to worry about.

      • 01:33:47 He feels that both of you can live very nicely on your salary.

      • 01:33:53 Did you tell him how much I make?

      • 01:33:57 He's your fiancée, and he asked me.

      • 01:34:00 When I told him what salary you made, he was a little worried...