Movie quotes

  • General Hospital
    • 00:02:44 Oh, then I put in a silly bit about, um...

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      • 00:02:40 but everyone's very nice,

      • 00:02:42 and at least now I can write to you every day.

      • 00:02:44 Oh, then I put in a silly bit about, um...

      • 00:02:47 What? What?

      • 00:02:48 No, it's, um...

    • 00:02:49 Oh, come on, you can tell me.

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      • 00:02:47 What? What?

      • 00:02:48 No, it's, um...

      • 00:02:49 Oh, come on, you can tell me.

      • 00:02:51 And the nurse is an absolute peach.

      • 00:02:55 Anyway, After the explosion,

    • 00:05:18 but oh, Cap, she's such wonderful girl.

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      • 00:05:14 - L, uh, I ate them. - What?!

      • 00:05:16 Well, Nurse Mary nibbled a trotter or two,

      • 00:05:18 but oh, Cap, she's such wonderful girl.

      • 00:05:21 She helps me with all my letters.

      • 00:05:22 She can do all the German spelling,

    • 00:05:55 Oh, really?

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      • 00:05:50 Baldrick says it with stalks.

      • 00:05:52 Well, Captain, I'm afraid you'll have to leave us now.

      • 00:05:55 Oh, really?

      • 00:05:56 Yes, you must report to General Melchett immediately.

      • 00:05:59 Oh, great.

    • 00:05:59 Oh, great.

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      • 00:05:55 Oh, really?

      • 00:05:56 Yes, you must report to General Melchett immediately.

      • 00:05:59 Oh, great.

      • 00:06:00 Yet another tempting opportunity

      • 00:06:01 for suicide beckons.

    • 00:08:07 Oh, well, how lucky you are, then,

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      • 00:08:01 his bottom fondled by this drooling pervert.

      • 00:08:05 Only doing my job, Blackadder.

      • 00:08:07 Oh, well, how lucky you are, then,

      • 00:08:08 that your job is also your hobby.

      • 00:08:11 Now there's another dirty word ..."job".

    • 00:11:08 Oh, definitely, Sir.

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      • 00:11:05 Sounds rather fun.

      • 00:11:06 You'll have to go undercover.

      • 00:11:08 Oh, definitely, Sir.

      • 00:11:08 You'll need some kind of wound,

      • 00:11:10 a convincing wound.

    • 00:11:31 Oh, no, I hate "hostipals."

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      • 00:11:29 Hurray! Where to?

      • 00:11:30 Hospital.

      • 00:11:31 Oh, no, I hate "hostipals."

      • 00:11:33 My grandfather went into one,

      • 00:11:36 and when he come out, he was dead.

    • 00:12:57 Oh!

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      • 00:12:54 No, I am going to conduct myself with "no" decorum.

      • 00:12:56 Shove off!

      • 00:12:57 Oh!

      • 00:13:00 Ah, "jawohl, Herr Kapitän"

      • 00:13:02 So, Cap, what's going on?

    • 00:13:27 Oh, crikey.

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      • 00:13:23 Well, it's almost bound to be your bloke!

      • 00:13:24 I think we may find that he's using a false name.

      • 00:13:27 Oh, crikey.

      • 00:13:28 Well, that's hardly fair, now, is it?

      • 00:13:30 I, too, have a cunning plan to catch the spy, Sir.

    • 00:14:24 Oh, he was aiming for your head.

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      • 00:14:21 Finally got fed up with you, did he?

      • 00:14:22 No, it was a mistake.

      • 00:14:24 Oh, he was aiming for your head.

      • 00:14:26 He wasn't aiming for anything.

      • 00:14:28 Oh, so he was going for between your legs, then.

    • 00:17:08 Oh, no.

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      • 00:17:04 What I call my "fluffy bunny act."

      • 00:17:06 So you're not a drip after all.

      • 00:17:08 Oh, no.

      • 00:17:09 So, Mr. Spy-Catcher, how's it going?

      • 00:17:12 Well, not much luck so far.

    • 00:19:04 Oh, "ja", excellent, excellent.

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      • 00:19:00 Yes, I think I'm getting there, George.

      • 00:19:02 Everything all right, Smith?

      • 00:19:04 Oh, "ja", excellent, excellent.

      • 00:19:06 Jolly good.

      • 00:19:09 Smithy, you haven't seen

    • 00:19:52 Oh, a girl. Nah.

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      • 00:19:48 there must be someone waiting,

      • 00:19:51 some sweetheart.

      • 00:19:52 Oh, a girl. Nah.

      • 00:19:54 I've always been a soldier, married to the Army.

      • 00:19:58 The Book of King's Regulations is my mistress,

    • 00:20:55 Oh, I'm sorry.

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      • 00:20:52 How much is...

      • 00:20:53 I mean he died.

      • 00:20:55 Oh, I'm sorry.

      • 00:20:57 He was test-driving one of those new tank contraptions,

      • 00:21:00 and the bloody thing blew up.

    • 00:21:17 Oh, God, I miss him so much.

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      • 00:21:13 You never know who might be listening.

      • 00:21:14 No, of course.

      • 00:21:17 Oh, God, I miss him so much.

      • 00:21:20 He was such a wonderful chap.

      • 00:21:22 Clever too, I expect.

    • 00:23:35 Oh? And then who the hell is?

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      • 00:23:31 and to my lasting regret,

      • 00:23:33 Captain Darling is not the spy.

      • 00:23:35 Oh? And then who the hell is?

      • 00:23:36 Well, Sir, there is a man in the hospital

      • 00:23:38 with a pronounced limp

    • 00:24:23 Oh, Edmund, how could you,

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      • 00:24:20 my suspicions were confirmed when she probed me

      • 00:24:22 expertly about tank movements.

      • 00:24:23 Oh, Edmund, how could you,

      • 00:24:25 after all we've been through?

      • 00:24:26 And then the final, irrefutable proof.

    • 00:24:53 Oh, Edmund, I thought there was

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      • 00:24:50 No true Englishwoman

      • 00:24:52 could have fallen into that trap.

      • 00:24:53 Oh, Edmund, I thought there was

      • 00:24:55 something beautiful between us.

      • 00:24:56 I thought you...

    • 00:26:43 Oh well, lots of exciting stuff to put in

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      • 00:26:38 Who'd have thought it, eh?

      • 00:26:40 Nurse Mary, a Bosche nose-poker-inner!

      • 00:26:43 Oh well, lots of exciting stuff to put in

      • 00:26:45 my next letter to my Uncle Herman in Munich.

      • 00:26:48 Sorry?

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