Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond
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Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond (Character)
from Deadlier Than the Male (1967)

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Deadlier Than the Male (1967)
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: [hearing a fragment of a recording tape] "-ate the ruler of Ahk-"

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Catch your girlfriend, Robert. I think she's gonna faint.

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: 'Tis rather comical isn't it?
Carl Petersen: What is?
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: I mean the whole thing. The girls, the castle, Fu Manchu over there. Even you I suppose.

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: I know I promised to stay out this evening but you didn't need to shoot at me.

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Korea? You're a sentimentalist, Boxer.

Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937)
Hugh Drummond: Y'know, I've found very few women who can handle cars.
Doris Thompson: I've found very few men who can handle women.

Hugh Drummond: [inspecting the car ignition] You have no spark!
Doris Thompson: That's the first complaint I've had.

Hugh Drummond: What time is it?
Barman: Half past eleven.
Hugh Drummond: Bring me beer!

Hugh Drummond: [after Algy has complained about having to walk] What did Nature give you two feet for, anyway?
Algy Longworth: One for the clutch, one for the accelerator?

Algy Longworth: [while trapped in a room filling with poison gas] My mother said I'd never live to a ripe old age.
Hugh Drummond: Who would want to?

Bulldog Drummond (1929)
[first lines]
[in the silence of the club room, the waiter drops a spoon. Slowly the elderly Colonel stands up, and then... ]
Colonel: Pah! The eternal din in this club is an outrage! I ask you, wot?
Algy Longworth: You're perfectly right, Colonel. We ought to complain. Do you know that's the third spoon I've heard drop this month?
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Spoons, my hat. I wish that somebody would throw a bomb and wake the place up.

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: On second thought, never mind the pyjamas. Just the toothbrush and the gun.

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: I've been bored too long. I can't stand it any more. I'm too rich to work, too intelligent to play (much); I tell you, if something doesn't happen within the next few days, I'll explode.
Algy Longworth: I don't know what to suggest, dear old boy, unless you advertised... and you, you can't very well do that, can you?
Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: I don't know, I might. I rather think that's an inspiration, Algy, by Jove I do! I didn't know you had it in you. Say, barman, give me a piece of paper and a pencil. Now, let's see: "To the Editor, Personal Column, The Times, London. Demobilized officer, finding peace unbearably tedious..."
Algy Longworth: Dear old boy, you're not serious!
[Dissolve to the printed ad, which continues: "... would welcome any excitement. Legitimate, if possible, but crime of humorous description, no objection."]

Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: You must admit it's rather like a penny thriller.

Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back (1934)
Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: You, my dear fellow - you are one of the most engaging blackguards I have ever encountered.

Prince Achmed: I know, of course, that you place no value on your own life.
Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Oh no, no no, on the contrary - I love my life, as a mother loves her child.

Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: [after finding servant Parker tied up for the second time] Where DO you get all this rope?

Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937)
Bulldog Drummond: Tenny, what rhymes with married?
Tenny: Married, married? Harried, Sir!
Bulldog Drummond: No, no, no Tenny, harried doesn't go with married.
Tenny: You speak with the voice of inexperience sir!

Bulldog Drummond: [eyeing suspicious pub patron] If that fellow tries to follow us, dot him one.
Tenny: I shall bash him on the bazooka, sir.

Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937)
Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Commissioner, where's your romance?

Phyllis Clavering: [suppresses a sneeze] Dust.
Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Dust of the ages, my dear, alive with the romantic past of these ancient walls.
Phyllis Clavering: And sneezes, too.

Bulldog Drummond's Peril (1938)
Phyllis Clavering: And this was supposed to be our wedding day.
Capt. Hugh 'Bulldog' Drummond: Oh, I'm sorry, darling, but if there's a registery office still open...
Col. Neilson: And if there isn't, you'll probably break into one!

Some Girls Do (1969)
Carl Petersen: History repeats itself. Napoleon dreamt of the entire universe thronging to his door. Now I shall fulfill his dreams.
Hugh Drummond: Dressed as the Duke of Wellington?
Carl Petersen: Well of course my dear fellow. Never back a loser.