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Duke Lambert (Character)
from Death Takes a Holiday (1934)

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Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
Duke Lambert: I've had a glimpse of deep waters tonight, and I didn't like it.

Duke Lambert: Why do you do this?
Death: For a number of reasons. For one thing, to discover why men fear me as they do.
Duke Lambert: Don't you know?
Death: How should I know? What could terror mean to me, who have nothing to fear?

Duke Lambert: He is the one whom all men dread! He is... DEATH! His Majesty Death, amusing himself on a holiday... amusing himself with love!

Stephanie: [referring to Death] Do you think he'll surely come?
Duke Lambert: Oh yes... I think he'll come back and say goodbye to his... friends.

Baron Cesarea: I think you're all wrong to be afraid. I talked to him about dying, and he said "Has it ever occurred to you that Death may be simpler than Life and infinitely more kind?"
Duke Lambert: He said that?
Baron Cesarea: Yes... and when he spoke, I had a curious feeling that somehow he knew.