Movie quotes

  • The Great Gatsby
    • 00:09:59 Excuse me, I'll be right back.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:09:52 Buchanan residence?

      • 00:09:55 Monsieur Wilson from the garage. Monsieur Buchanan?

      • 00:09:59 Excuse me, I'll be right back.

      • 00:10:05 I'm sorry.

      • 00:10:09 Well. This, huh, this Mr. Gatsby you spoke of. He's my neighbor.

    • 00:29:30 — I was in the seventh. — Excuse me.

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      • 00:29:25 Your face is familiar. Weren't you in the third Division during the war?

      • 00:29:28 Uh, yes, the ninth battalion.

      • 00:29:30 — I was in the seventh. — Excuse me.

      • 00:29:32 I knew you looked familiar. Having a good time, old sport?

      • 00:29:34 Oh, the whole thing's incredible. I live just next door.

    • 00:30:52 Excuse me. I will rejoin you later.

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      • 00:30:41 Lovely to see you again, Miss Baker.

      • 00:30:44 If there is anything that you want… just ask for it, old sport.

      • 00:30:52 Excuse me. I will rejoin you later.

      • 00:31:01 I expected him to be…

      • 00:31:04 — Old and fat? — Yes.

    • 00:38:54 — Excuse me! — Thank you.

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      • 00:38:44 Alright old sport. Alright.

      • 00:38:51 Right you are! I'll know you next time, Mr. Gatsby.

      • 00:38:54 — Excuse me! — Thank you.

      • 00:38:59 — One of your old Oxford pals? — Well I was…

      • 00:39:01 I was able to do the commissioner a favor once.

    • 00:42:23 Now if you'll excuse me, I have to make that call.

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      • 00:42:15 Remember this is the friend I told you about.

      • 00:42:18 Oh my, I beg your pardon. I had the wrong man.

      • 00:42:23 Now if you'll excuse me, I have to make that call.

      • 00:42:30 — Any luck, Senator ? — What a gentleman.

      • 00:42:32 From one of the finest families in the Midwest.

    • 00:45:03 — This gentleman will be joining— — Excuse me, one moment.

      • Time - Phrase
      • 00:45:00 There you are.

      • 00:45:01 What kind of game are you and Gatsby playing at?

      • 00:45:03 — This gentleman will be joining— — Excuse me, one moment.

      • 00:45:04 — Nick, please, just sit down. — Well, it's all rather strange,

      • 00:45:06 he picks me up in his fancy yellow car,

    • 01:05:20 Excuse me. - Sir, Slagle's in Detroit.

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      • 01:05:09 Come home. I'll be here waiting and hoping,

      • 01:05:13 for every long dream of you to come true."

      • 01:05:20 Excuse me. - Sir, Slagle's in Detroit.

      • 01:05:30 I can't talk now, old sport.

      • 01:05:35 He must know what a small town it is. Listen to me! Listen to me!

    • 01:13:11 Please move aside. Excuse me.

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      • 01:12:51 I think I can keep myself amused.

      • 01:12:55 In case you need to take down any addresses.

      • 01:13:11 Please move aside. Excuse me.

      • 01:13:17 Another swell party, Jay.

      • 01:13:19 Be careful for the snake charmer, Mr. McLennahan.

    • 01:17:50 Excuse me.

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      • 01:17:42 looking for— — Sir.

      • 01:17:44 Mr. Gatsby, sir. It's Mr. Slagle. He's quite emotional.

      • 01:17:50 Excuse me.

      • 01:17:55 Nick. Would you mind terribly?

      • 01:17:58 Of course.

    • 01:58:27 Mr. Gatsby, sir, excuse me.

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      • 01:58:03 It was all for her. The house, the parties. Everything.

      • 01:58:16 God sees everything.

      • 01:58:27 Mr. Gatsby, sir, excuse me.

      • 01:58:30 — Chicago called, it's— — Not now.

      • 01:58:33 — Keep it open for a personal call. — A personal call? Of course.

    • 01:58:39 Excuse me sir, Mr. Gatsby, I'm gonna drain the pool today,

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      • 01:58:30 — Chicago called, it's— — Not now.

      • 01:58:33 — Keep it open for a personal call. — A personal call? Of course.

      • 01:58:39 Excuse me sir, Mr. Gatsby, I'm gonna drain the pool today,

      • 01:58:41 before the leaves start falling in.

      • 01:58:43 Not today.