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Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942) Poster

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Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: Not so loud? I always talk loud when I'm mad! You're lucky I don't jump up and down! It's things like this that can make a man a... a... a Republican!

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Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: [after seeing the Feuhrer from his hotel balcony, he goes to the bedroom door] Hey! Hitler is here!

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: [Unimpressed from behind the door] Well I can't see him now. I'm dressing.

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Gaston Le Blanc: Look here, old man. Where is your patriotism?

Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: Well, thinking of her with him isn't helping it any! And you leave my patriotism out of this. I don't mind giving up coffee and sugar but when it comes to... I'd like to know what man was ever hero enough to say I have but one wife to give to my country!

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Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: But I still don't see how a lovely creature with your possibilities could a...

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: You're a newspaperman?

Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: Yeah.

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: Why?

Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: That's what I wanted to be.

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: It's that simple. Goodbye.

Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: Now, just a moment. One last look. I want to always remember you just the way you look tonight... today.

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Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: [Talking on a trans-Atlantic phone connection] I'm gonna be married, Mama. Gee, I wish you were here. I always imagined you'd be at my wedding, Mama.

Katie's Mother: [Suspiciously] Is this a hasty marriage, Katie? What's the hurry?

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: Well, he comes from a long line of wealthy Austrian people, Mama, and they're all dead.

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Gen. Borelski: How did you know those guns were no good?

Gen. Borelski: Well, sir, because the man who sold them to you was no good.

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Baron Franz Von Luber: [Referring to Katie's objections to pre-marital sex] My dear, I'm fully aware of the American mania for respectability.

Baron Franz Von Luber: [He takes two tickets out of his inside pocket] Separate compartments.

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: Separate compartments?

Baron Franz Von Luber: Mmm-hmmm.

Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: I might insist on separate trains.

Baron Franz Von Luber: That might be overdoing it.

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Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: General, you're innocent.

Gen. Borelski: I can prove my innocence, but I can never disprove my stupidty.

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Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: Go some place where it's safe.

Anna: Where?

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Baron Franz Von Luber: [Sitting at adjpining tables in a Paris bistro] What'll we drink to?

Baron Franz Von Luber: [Not getting a respomse and seeing the empty glasses] I see you've had several.

Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: Yes, yes, I'm what is known in America as 'carrying the torch.' In fact, I've swallowed it. Got a little heartburn. Lost my girl.

Baron Franz Von Luber: Oh, that's too bad. Well, let's drink to your finding her again.

Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: That I'll do.

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Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: [to the Baron as the German ambassador and his attache come in] Darling, I wouldn't trust those two swastikas any farther than you could throw Goering.

Baron Franz Von Luber: Please, Daeling, both of these gentlemen speak English.

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Patrick 'Pat' O'Toole: [Referring to Katie] Well, then, what makes you so suspicious?

Baron Franz Von Luber: She asks so many subtle leading questions. She tries to read my mind, and if she can't read my mind, she reads my mail.

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Katie O'Hara Von Luber, aka Katherine Butt-Smith: [reading] Let's make our love song one that will live / Let's make it one to forget and forgive / As life's shadows lengthen over the years, our love will strengthen through laughter and tears. I will know your thoughts / You will know mine / Without ever a word / Without ever a sign / We will know what is deep in each other's heart / We will know, for it must be, 'till death do us part.'

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Baron Franz Von Luber: The masses don't want to think, they want it done for them. Why not let a few great minds do their thinking. It's coming to that very soon. Individual thinking can be very dangerous, especially for the individual. To go a step further, there's one thing more dangerous than individual thinking, and that's talking.

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