Movie quotes

  • The Great Gatsby
    • 00:06:16 Let's say, after diner, you and I we go into town.

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      • 00:06:12 How is the great American novel coming?

      • 00:06:14 I'm selling bonds now, with Walter Chase's outfit.

      • 00:06:16 Let's say, after diner, you and I we go into town.

      • 00:06:18 — I can't. — Catch up with the ol'wolf pack.

      • 00:06:21 — Big day on the job tomorrow. — Nonsense! We're going.

    • 00:10:39 — Well, I'm not even faintly like a rose. — Nick wanted to go into town.

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      • 00:10:33 I love seeing you at my table, Nicky. You remind me of a rose.

      • 00:10:37 An absolute rose, doesn't he? — So, after diner…

      • 00:10:39 — Well, I'm not even faintly like a rose. — Nick wanted to go into town.

      • 00:10:42 Right, Nick? To the Yale club.

      • 00:10:43 — Nicky. Stay! — I have to work early.

    • 00:15:16 Tom had invited me to town. Apparently for lunch at the Yale club.

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      • 00:15:07 A forgotten oculist whose eyes brooded over it all.

      • 00:15:11 Like the eyes of God.

      • 00:15:16 Tom had invited me to town. Apparently for lunch at the Yale club.

      • 00:15:21 But the day took an unexpected turn.

      • 00:15:26 Come on.

    • 00:57:06 — I just have to pop into town. — Town?

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      • 00:56:44 — Lemon or sugar? — Neither.

      • 00:56:45 Plain, thank you.

      • 00:57:06 — I just have to pop into town. — Town?

      • 00:57:08 — I'll be right back. — Nick, I've…

      • 00:57:10 got to speak to you about something! — Yes, I— I'll be right back!

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

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      • 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!

      • 01:05:43 I said a small town.

      • 01:05:46 He must know what a small town is.

    • 01:05:43 I said a small town.

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      • 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!

      • 01:05:43 I said a small town.

      • 01:05:46 He must know what a small town is.

      • 01:05:52 Listen to me. He is of no use to us if Detroit is his idea of ​​a small town,

    • 01:05:46 He must know what a small town is.

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

      • 01:05:43 I said a small town.

      • 01:05:46 He must know what a small town is.

      • 01:05:52 Listen to me. He is of no use to us if Detroit is his idea of ​​a small town,

      • 01:05:56 you understand?

    • 01:05:52 Listen to me. He is of no use to us if Detroit is his idea of ​​a small town,

      • Time - Phrase
      • 01:05:43 I said a small town.

      • 01:05:46 He must know what a small town is.

      • 01:05:52 Listen to me. He is of no use to us if Detroit is his idea of ​​a small town,

      • 01:05:56 you understand?

      • 01:06:03 We'll chat later, old sport.

    • 01:19:13 Yeah, we'll pile that stuff in the garage, it's going back to town.

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      • 01:18:48 And I think I'll make a point of finding out.

      • 01:19:09 — I'm not sure. Ask them in the kitchen. — To the left.

      • 01:19:13 Yeah, we'll pile that stuff in the garage, it's going back to town.

      • 01:19:30 Oh, there you are! Daisy just left.

      • 01:19:32 She asked me to tell you she had a wonderful time.

    • 01:27:01 You see, these towns are very close together, old sport.

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      • 01:26:51 Daisy comes over sometimes in the afternoon,

      • 01:26:54 I wanted people who wouldn't gossip until we decide what we're going to do.

      • 01:27:01 You see, these towns are very close together, old sport.

      • 01:27:05 If it gets in the papers, you understand?

      • 01:27:07 They're all people Wolfsheim wanted to do something for.

    • 01:29:25 Let's go to town. Who wants to go to town?

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      • 01:29:21 the day after that, or for the next thirty years?

      • 01:29:23 Oh, don't be morbid.

      • 01:29:25 Let's go to town. Who wants to go to town?

      • 01:29:27 Town?

      • 01:29:29 Oh! Women get these notions!

    • 01:29:27 Town?

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      • 01:29:23 Oh, don't be morbid.

      • 01:29:25 Let's go to town. Who wants to go to town?

      • 01:29:27 Town?

      • 01:29:29 Oh! Women get these notions!

      • 01:29:51 Daisy?

    • 01:30:26 Let's go to town!

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      • 01:30:19 She had told Gatsby that she loved him.

      • 01:30:24 And Tom had seen it.

      • 01:30:26 Let's go to town!

      • 01:30:28 I'm perfectly willing. It's a marvelous idea.

      • 01:30:31 Henry, have the car brought around now.

    • 01:30:39 Daisy, it was your great idea! Why don't we? Let's all go to town?

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      • 01:30:35 We smoked all through lunch.

      • 01:30:36 Come on, let's have fun. It's too hot to fuss.

      • 01:30:39 Daisy, it was your great idea! Why don't we? Let's all go to town?

      • 01:30:43 I changed my mind, you brute.

      • 01:30:45 Oh come on, we'll get a great big room at the Plaza.

    • 01:54:20 Just go away, get out of town.

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      • 01:54:12 Let me take care of things. Take care of you.

      • 01:54:17 I'll make some calls. We'll go away.

      • 01:54:20 Just go away, get out of town.

      • 01:54:24 Get some rest. Don't worry. It'll be alright.

      • 01:55:01 — Hello, old sport. — Jay.