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Mary Crawford (Character)
from Mansfield Park (1999)

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Mansfield Park (1999)
Mary Crawford: Gentlemen, please. Fanny Price is as fearful of praise and notice as other women are of neglect.

Mary Crawford: Selfishness must always be forgiven, you know, because there is no hope for a cure.

Mary Crawford: But what I am keen to know is which gentleman among you am I to have the pleasure of making love to?

Mary Crawford: This is 1806 for Heaven's sake!

Mary Crawford: We seemed very happy to see each other, and I think we actually were a little bit.

Mary Crawford: We all need an audience, wouldn't you say, Fanny?
Fanny Price: To be truthful, I live in dread of audiences.

"Mansfield Park: Episode #1.4" (1983)
Mary Crawford: There. What a pleasant surprise a wet day in the country brings.

Mary Crawford: A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of.

"Mansfield Park: Episode #1.2" (1983)
Mrs. Grant: [of turning Henry's thoughts toward marriage] Mary, how SHALL we manage him?
Mary Crawford: We must leave him to himself. Talking does no good. He will be taken in at last.
Mrs. Grant: Oh, I wouldn't have him taken in. I wouldn't have him duped.
Mary Crawford: Oh, let him stand his chance and be taken in. It will do just as well. Everybody is.

Mary Crawford: Selfishness must always be forgiven, you know, for there is no hope of a cure.

Mansfield Park (2007) (TV)
Mary Crawford: You think if you shake me hard enough something profound with come out, but I assure you, I am profoundly shallow.