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These are the quotes of the month
from Maven's magazine.
Have fun!

Bob Hope, Paulette Goddard and Noble Johnson in
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"The Ghost Breakers" (1940)

To win a woman, take her with you to see Dracula.
 
The love-bite is the beginning.  You will be irresistible.
 
And then there is the inevitable:
[Continuous Loop]
 
Bela Lugosi 1:10:4
 
CECILY (Nadia Westman):  "Don't big empty houses scare you?"
WALLY CAMBELL (Bob Hope):  "Not me, I used to work in vaudeville."
 
Bob Hope 1:7:3
 
* * *
 
[Dorothy Parker was substituting as The New Yorker's Theatre Critic for Robert Benchley when she revuewed A.A. Milne's Give Me Yesterday:
"Its hero is caused, by a novel device, to fall asleep and a-dream;
and thus hs is is given yesterday.
"Me, I would have given him twenty years to life."
 
Dorothy Parker 1:5:2
 
* * *
 
"Virus is a latin word used by doctors to mean, 'Your guess is as good as mine.'"
 
Groucho Marx 1:9:4
 
* * *
 
"I am thinking of taking a fifth wife.  Why not?
"Solomon had a thousand wives and he is a synonym for wisdon."
 
John Barrymore 1:6:4
 
* * *
 
 
"Haven't you ever met a man who could make you happy?"
"Sure, lots of times."
 
Mae West 1:4:1
 
* * *
 
"It's not what I do but how I do it.
"It's not what I say but how I say it."
 
Mae West 1:8:3

The One And Only
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John Barrymore

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