Anna Crowley Beissart Fielding
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Anna Crowley Beissart Fielding (Character)
from The Money Pit (1986)

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The Money Pit (1986)
Max Beissart: You love me and I love you.
Anna: You love *you* and I love Walter.

Walter: What has Max got that I haven't got?
Anna: Walls.

Walter: It's a big house, we'll divide it up! You stay in your half, I'll stay in mine!
Anna: That is such a dumb idea. Sometimes it amazes me you ever passed the bar.
Walter: I'm sure it does, you've never passed a bar in you life.
Anna: You are so much less attractive when I'm sober.
Walter: Thank goodness it's not that often.
Anna: [yelling] All right, that's it! I've had it with you, and the house, and Max, and the orchestra and everything! How long will it take to put this house together?
Curly: Two weeks.
[Walter and all the workers start laughing]
Anna: We'll stick it out 'til the house is done.

[Walter and Anna are discussing the possibility of buying the house]
Walter: You know what this is? This is the short line in Motor Vehicles.
Anna: What?
Walter: Yeah! You go to Motor Vehicles to get your license renewed, and you get on this line that reaches to Spain, and right next to it is this little short line with only two guys on it, but you don't get on that line, 'cause you think something must be "wrong" with it - otherwise everyone else would be on it - so you waste three hours!
Anna: I got on the short line once. It was for farm vehicles.

Water Fielding: Do you know how hard it is to find a really good carpenter? Besides, I think he's got a brother who's a plumber!
Anna Crowley: Really? A brother who's a plumber?
Water Fielding: I think so.
Anna Crowley: Do you think I should sleep with him?
Water Fielding: Maybe just this once.

Anna: Well, the turkey's done.
Walter: So's the kitchen. Actually, it's a little overdone for my tastes. Let's not go there again.

Anna: This is my house, too. I want to help.
Walter: Do you have a gun?

Anna: I'm going to help you.
Walter: Do you have a gun?

Estelle: You think you know somebody after 25 years. And then one day, Israeli Intelligence comes to the door.
Anna: "Israeli Intelligence".
Estelle: Last Tuesday. That's why I've gotta sell the house. It turns out, Carlos was Hitler's pool man.

Anna: I wasn't expecting that water, it had legs.

Estelle: I'm desperate! Can we close?
Walter: We need a little time to...
Estelle: There is no time! Extradition is Friday.
Walter: Extradition?
Anna: I'll tell you later.
Estelle: I need an answer by the close of business tomorrow.
Walter: Oh, you'll have it. By the way, you have the most beautifully kept pool I've ever seen.
[Estelle breaks down and starts crying]
Walter: What did I say? What did I say?

Anna: Walter?
Walter: Oh, Anna, thank God it's you! Thank God!
Anna: Walter?
Walter: Thank God you're here, honey!
Anna: Is that you?
Walter: Is it me? I'm speaking so loud I'm hallucinating! For a while, I thought the Care Bears were here!
Anna: Walter?
Walter: Farm animals or geese or chickens...
Anna: Walter?
Walter: UPSTAIRS!
Anna: Are you alright?
Walter: No, I'm not alright.
Anna: Where are you?
Walter: I'm in the den!
Anna: No you're not, I was just in there...
Walter: I'm in the den! I swear it! Please believe me!
Anna: Will you stop fooling around, Walter? I'm tired!
Walter: I'm right here.
Anna: Look, Walter, enough is enough!
Walter: I'M RIGHT HERE!
Anna: Where?
Walter: In the floor behind the chair.
Anna: [laughs]
Walter: Laughing, huh? We're laughing.

Max Beissart: May I speak frankly?
Anna: Anything's possible.

Anna: I was just lighting the oven!
Walter: Just lighting... you could've been killed. We could've all died!
Anna: Oh, well thank you very much! I'm not completely helpless in the kitchen, I do know how to light an oven!
Walter: Well yeah, but- you mean this thing works?
Anna: So far, so good.

Walter: [Stuck in the floor] The permit man was here.
Anna: Oh? That's good.
[starts trying to free Walter]
Walter: No, no. Now tomorrow I'm going to have to take off work, drive down to his office, and kiss his ass-
[abruptly falls through the floor to the story below]