Here's another line that may help -
Hey. Are you glad to see me, or is this a shotgun in your pocket?
...sorry to be gone so long. I don't know this one :-(. Can we get a hint? :-)
I can't get the antlers glued to this little guy. We tried Crazy Glue, but it don't work.
Did you try staples?
Ralphie's Mom, Teacher, and Santa from a Christmas Story....lol....
:-) My turn: "you'll shoot your eye out, kid."
Yes beau....White Christmas....lol...
What movie are these 2 lines from and they get repeated a few times....
How do you do?
Mutual, I'm sure.
I do not remember the name of that...hmm, but I could just see him say it...haha....
Yes, lol.....he said it to Gregory Peck in "The Big Country" after their 'slugfest'.
Oh, I can see who said it but can't remember the title...umm Charlton Heston?
OK, my turn..............."All I can say, McKay, is that you take a 'hellava' long time to say goodby."
Yes indeed..now u post one...very good...one of my favs...the bell ringing and getting wings is a give away so I opted not to go with that line, but it is one line other then George is the richest Guy I know....line that always makes me think of this movie...got to watch it
Smiles, I love this movie. Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey in "It's A Wonderful Life." We watch this every year and the 'angel' get's his wings :-)
I will give u a clue, it is a Christmas Classic......lol...
Ok...I am going to give a line can
u tell me the movie,......
Where's that money, you silly stupid old fool?
Can u tell me who (charater's name) says it and to whom?
love that movie I watch it every time its on ....'Heres lookin at you kid'
that is a good one, if u had said Play it again Sam, it would have been easier....but I think it is the same movie... Casablanca?
OK....hmm, let's see...."I remember every detail. The Germans wore gray. You wore blue."
Oh, the movie was Marie Poppins? That was a good movie. Julie Andrews and **** Van Dyke. The Sound of Music was also a wonderful movie. I made sure my kids watched it when they were growing up and they loved it. We must have learned just about every song from The Sound of Music for choir :-).................OK, who's next?
From Mary Poppins.....Go Fly a Kite.....