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Quotes for
Felix Bassenak (Character)
from Christmas in Connecticut (1945)

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Christmas in Connecticut (1945)
Alexander Yardley: [Elizabeth's baby needs medical attention] I don't want anything to happen to that baby. It will ruin my circulation.
Felix Bassenak: It won't do the baby no good, neither.

[repeated line]
Felix Bassenak: Catastroph!

Felix Bassenak: That coat! What's the meaning?
Elizabeth Lane: Don't worry, I'm paying for it myself. It'll take my next six months' salary. Nice, isn't it?
Felix Bassenak: Six months' work for a coat?
Elizabeth Lane: All my life I promised myself a mink coat. You know, Felix, it's very important to keep promises, especially to yourself.
Felix Bassenak: Do you have to promise so expensively?
Elizabeth Lane: But I need it!
Felix Bassenak: You need it? Nobody needs a mink coat but a mink.

Felix Bassenak: Watch now. I show you how to flip-flop the flop-flips.

Felix Bassenak: I had a silk hat when I was in Budapest. It made me feel so fine, but then I got fired with a silk hat.

Felix Bassenak: Sam?
Sam: Yes, sir?
Felix Bassenak: Catastrophe, what is it?
Sam: It's from the Greek. It means "a misfortune, a cataclysm or a serious calamity."
Felix Bassenak: It is good?
Sam: No, sir. That's bad.

[repeated line]
Felix Bassenak: Everything is hunky-dunky!

Judge Crowthers: I suppose you'll give the bride away, Uncle Felix?
Felix Bassenak: Me? I don't give nobody away. Always I keep my mouth shut.