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Piter De Vries (Character)
from Dune (1984)

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Dune (1984)
Piter De Vries: It is by will alone I set my mind in motion. It is by the juice of Sapho that thoughts acquire speed, the lips acquire stains, stains become a warning. It is by will alone I set my mind in motion.

Piter De Vries: I knew Yueh's wife. I was the one who broke his Imperial conditioning. I've thought of many pleasures with you. It is perhaps better that you die in the innards of a worm. Desire clouds my reason. That is not good. That is bad.

Piter De Vries: As you instructed me, I have enlightened your nephews concerning my plan...
Baron Harkonnen: *My* plan!
Piter De Vries: ...*the* plan... to crush the Atreides.

Piter De Vries: I imagined many pleasures with you. It is better perhaps that you die in the innards of a Worm.

Baron Harkonnen: What does Leto say, Piter?
Piter De Vries: Vendetta, he says, using the ancient tongue. The art of kanly is still alive in the Universe. He does not wish to meet or speak with you.
Baron Harkonnen: I made my peace gesture. The forms of kanly have been obeyed!

Baron Harkonnen: You wish to join your wife, is that it, traitor?
Dr. Wellington Yueh: She lives?
Baron Harkonnen: You wish to join her? So, join her!
Piter De Vries: [stabs Yueh in the back]
Dr. Wellington Yueh: You think you have won? You think I don't know what I gained for my wife?
[dies]
Baron Harkonnen: Take him away.