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Klondike Annie (1936) Poster

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The Frisco Doll: When caught between two evils, I generally like to take the one I never tried.

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Chan Lo: It is written there are two perfectly good men: one dead, the other unborn.

The Frisco Doll: Which one are you?

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The Frisco Doll: [singing] I'm an Occidental woman in an Oriental mood for love...

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Bull Brackett: We've never had a woman passenger on this boat. That is, none like you!

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The Frisco Doll: Now I'll tell ya - you people have been on the wrong track, and I'm gonna steer you right You'll never get anywhere because you don't know how to wrassle the devil. Tying a knot in his tail won't throw 'im on his back; you've gotta grab 'im by his horns - you've gotta know him, know his tricks. I know 'em, and how I know 'em! Why, I can make him say uncle - that is, if he's got an uncle.

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The Frisco Doll: I got a debt to pay - not to this crowd, but to Annie, and I'm gonna do it. It won't take long, and then I'll be squared up.

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Bull Brackett: I can always tell a lady.

The Frisco Doll: Yeah? Whaddya tell 'em?

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The Frisco Doll: Bull, you ain't no oil paintin', but you're a fascinatin' monster.

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