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King George VI
: David, I've been trying to see you. King Edward VIII
: I've been terribly busy. King George VI
: Doing what? King Edward VIII
King Edward VIII
: Haven't I any rights? King George VI
: Many privileges. King Edward VIII
: Not the same thing.
King George VI
: [speaking of Wallis Simpson
] And you put that woman in our mother's suite! King Edward VIII
: Mama's not still in the bed, is she? King George VI
: That's not funny.
: How do you find living in England Mrs Simpson? Wallis Simpson
: I'm always cold. Edward
: Maybe you need someone to keep you warm? Wallis Simpson
: Isn't that what husbands are for?
: Are you trying to seduce me? Edward
: Is it working?
: I hear Hitler has views on the Jewish temperament. Views that can't be ignored. Sir Michael Boal
: That is true, and his views must be respected. Guy Burgess
: Tolerated or respected? Sir Michael Boal
: Respected. Guy Burgess
: The Jew is dangerous, corrupt and impure. Sir Michael Boal
: *That* is an opinion I respect. It's an opinion, I think, we can all respect. Prince of Wales
: Good breeding is... vital... to the health of any nation.
Prince of Wales
: Burgess. Friend of Blunt's aren't you? Guy Burgess
: Yes, Prince of Wales
: We're related. Him. Us. Guy Burgess
: So I believe, Sir. Prince of Wales
: Pictures man. Guy Burgess
: Pardon? Prince of Wales
: Pictures. Blunt. Art. We could do with a bit of help on the art front at Windsor. Send regards, will you? And tell him to see us. Prince of Wales
: [leaves the room
] Guy Burgess
: [to Philby
] Me. You. Us. Go. Let's.
: I hope it doesn't rain and spoil everything. Prince of Wales
: I thought you like the rain. Wallis Simpson
: I was lying.
: I work damned hard when I'm on duty, and when I'm off duty... King George V
: You are *never* off duty!
HRH Edward, Prince of Wales
: There are times when we are asked to make sacrifices in the name of that loyalty. And without them our allegiance is worthless. As I see it, for you, this is such a time. Eric Liddell
: Sir, God knows I love my country. But I can't make that sacrifice.
Duke of Windsor
: My Lord, Archbishop, what a scold you are. ¬And when your man is down, how very bold you are. ¬Of Christian charity, how very scant you are, ¬You Auld Lang Swine, how full of cant you are. Archbishop of Canterbury
] Duke of Windsor
: A rhyme composed for your perfidious predecessor at the time of my abdication. I find the sentiment oddly applicable to you, too.