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(1934)

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Cleopatra: Queens don't hiccup.

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Cleopatra: Together we could conquer the world.

Julius Caesar: Nice of you to include me.

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Octavia: [about Calpurnia not knowing that Caesar and Cleopatra are involved] The wife is always the last to know.

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Cleopatra: It's not the Senate I'm worried about but their fat wives. Do you know anything about senators, Charmion?

Charmion: Well, we only got here yesterday, Majesty.

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Marc Antony: I said things to Caesar I wish I hadn't.

Cleopatra: Oh?

Marc Antony: There's beauty in the Egyptian queen besides her face. Do you miss him?

Cleopatra: No, he didn't love me.

Marc Antony: Is that really the reason?

Cleopatra: No, not really. I admire men who don't love women.

Marc Antony: What do you mean by that?

Cleopatra: Oh, I don't know. Women should be but toys for the great. It becomes them both.

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Cleopatra: So Rome would forgive and take you back? And all they demand is for us to part. Why don't they ask the sun to fall right out of the sky?

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Octavian: [to Mark Antony] You and your 'Friends, Romans, Countrymen'...

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Cleopatra: [last line, to Charmion and Iras] Look well for love. Look well. And not finding it, give nothing. But if blessed with Cleopatra's fortune, give all. Now, go.

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Cleopatra: It seems strange to see you working. I've always pictured you either fighting or loving.

Julius Caesar: Well, I have had some experience with fighting.

Cleopatra: But none with loving, I suppose.

Julius Caesar: Well, none with pretty little queens.

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Cleopatra: I had to walk miles across the desert to the sea... to find the fishing boat that brought me to you. But just seeing you is magic, immortal Caesar.

Julius Caesar: That's quite a speech. Your tongue is no longer bewitched by Caesar, eh?

Cleopatra: No. It's my heart now.

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Cleopatra: Is this a time to talk of Romans? I've had no breakfast! I'm hungry!

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Cleopatra: My tongue's bewitched by Caesar. The man in you seems even mightier than the general.

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Cleopatra: Come to my chambers and dine. We'll make such plans.

Julius Caesar: Are your plans for India or me?

Cleopatra: Both! Shouldn't a Queen choose as her confident, a King?

Julius Caesar: Shhh! The word King is not well liked in Rome.

Cleopatra: Caesar takes what he wants.

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Cleopatra: If I implored you to marry me, you wouldn't?

Julius Caesar: I'd have to ask my wife in Rome.

Cleopatra: [laughs] Oh, as if you care about that. Divorce her. Together we could conquer the world!

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Cleopatra: So, a woman isn't strong enough to help the mighty Caesar?

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Cleopatra: Let's not talk any more.

Julius Caesar: I picked a flower in Britain once, the color of your eyes.

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Lady Flora: He doesn't miss very much any day. The Queen of Egypt gives parties too.

Lady Leda: You mean Cleopatra?

Fidius: What? Have you heard of Cleopatra?

Lady Leda: Of course. All kinds of things. Is she black?

[Party guests all laugh]

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Octavian: I'm glad you're above something.

Marc Antony: Ah, in his usual gay mood.

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Soothsayer: Caesar. Caesar! Beware of the ides of March.

Julius Caesar: One dates as good as another for a funeral.

[laughs]

Soothsayer: Beware!

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Julius Caesar: What's this? Antony hates women too?

[laughs]

Marc Antony: Out of their place, I do. They have no place amongst men! They can't think and they can't fight. They're just playthings for us.

Julius Caesar: Most of them.

Marc Antony: All of them!

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Julius Caesar: For what I have done, Calpurnia, pardon. For what I'm about to do, courage.

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Cleopatra: Nothing must happen to you, my Caesar.

Julius Caesar: Nothing will!

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Iras: How it all looks! Do you think you might wear this vest when you get married too?

[Charmion laughs]

Cleopatra: What?

Charmion: I was just thinking of the great Caesar trying to unhook it!

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Soothsayer: Caesar, I warned you, the ides of March.

Julius Caesar: The ides of March are here!

Soothsayer: But, not gone!

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Julius Caesar: You? You too, Brutus?

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Cleopatra: What do I care for empire now? Caesar is dead! My lover is dead!

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Marc Antony: Where are my men?

Cleopatra: Oh. Oh, Carmion, where are Romans who came here today, do you know?

Charmion: They're sleeping, my Queen.

Marc Antony: Sleeping? What for?

Charmion: They are - well, I should say they are a little tired.

Marc Antony: You mean a little drunk!

Cleopatra: No. Awfully drunk.

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Marc Antony: I'm not used to being disobeyed.

Cleopatra: But, why should I obey you?

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Cleopatra: Do you see the way I'm dressed?

Marc Antony: What about it?

Cleopatra: I'm dressed to lure you in!

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Cleopatra: Will you forgive me for being such a fool? I should have known that Antony is not Antony for nothing.

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Cleopatra: Oh, no-no, don't drink that. No, that was part of the plan too. I was going to get you *so* - irresponsible.

Marc Antony: Well, you don't think one goblet would do it, did you?

Cleopatra: Yes, wouldn't it?

Marc Antony: [laughs] Well, that does amuse me!

Cleopatra: But, its such a large goblet!

Marc Antony: Yes, isn't it.

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Marc Antony: I hope that you know that - I know that you want me to do this.

Cleopatra: Dear Antony, I hope you think I know that you know I know.

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Charmion: [singing] Grant me the heart I crave, Hear the prayers of thy slave, Isis, great Queen of night and love, Hear thy slave, Hear thy slave.

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Cleopatra: The sound of the stars. They must think we're funny people. Scheming to destroy each other, as if we had forever to live!

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Octavian: Who is this poisonous snake that wrecks our men? Caesar first and now Antony. When will it end?

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Octavian: This time its my time. There will be no more talk of war. There will be war!

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Marc Antony: I should want to go out and get drunk with a lot of men. Or, find another woman.

Cleopatra: Well, why don't you?

Marc Antony: Because you are another woman. New. Always new. Completely new.

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Cleopatra: Welcome.

Herod: I hope to renew an old friendship.

Cleopatra: I hope so too.

Herod: Well, time has made you older and wiser - and me younger and more beautiful.

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Herod: My friend, when a man is drunk with love, he can't divide his concentration with wine, you know. All major emotions are greedy.

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Marc Antony: A wine we've never had before, dear Antony. I've been saving it.

Marc Antony: What for?

Cleopatra: For a night when the mood strikes.

Marc Antony: I see. And tonight is that night?

Cleopatra: Tonight! Now, can you think of a pretty toast? It would please me, very much.

Marc Antony: You're very gay.

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Cleopatra: Let's drink first. Perhaps pretty words will follow.

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Cleopatra: If that's what you prefer, I always try to please you Antony.

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Egyptian Guard: Your majesty.

Cleopatra: What is it?

Egyptian Guard: A carrier pigeon from Rome.

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Cleopatra: Antony! Antony! Oh!

Marc Antony: What's the matter? Well, what is it?

Cleopatra: Oh, oh. Love, I've seen a God come to life. I'm no longer a Queen. I'm a woman.

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Marc Antony: You choose me, Cleopatra, against the world.

Cleopatra: Against the world.

Marc Antony: Then, we'll meet it! We'll smash it to pieces, put it together again and call it ours!

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Marc Antony: Yes, we'll fight them. We'll fight them all! If we have to fight alone.

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Cleopatra: Prepare me. The Queen of Egypt goes to meet the Conqueror.

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