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Fouquet (Character)
from The Man in the Iron Mask (1977) (TV)

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The Man in the Iron Mask (1977) (TV)
Fouquet: What a cunning vixen you have become, for one so innocent.
Louise de la Vallière: Necessity is my tutor, to my shame.

Phillipe: What are you?
Fouquet: A Minister.
Phillipe: Not of the Church, I'll be bound.
Fouquet: Perhaps I missed my vocation.
Phillipe: The Church should thank God.

Fouquet: But please, don't let me interrupt your exercise.
D'Artagnan: Nonsense, it's a welcome intrusion for an aging swordsman.

The Man in the Iron Mask (1939)
Fouquet: [With contempt] Let me congradulate you, my friend, but then you always had the most annoying habit of bringing about the things you wish to bring about. Most amusing comedy - worthy of so great a playwright!
Colbert: As a fellow playwright you understand how narrow the line dividing comedy and tragedy.
Fouquet: Quite right, and I'm afraid His Majesty's executioner will provide the tragedy when this charming little comedy is finished.
Colbert: His Majesty's executioner could provide the tragedy before the comedy is finished.

The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982) (TV)
Fouquet: Her heart's as soft as her head.