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Watch on the Rhine (1943) Poster

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Fanny Farrelly: We've been shaken out of the magnolias.

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Kurt Muller: [in response to an Italian man on the train asking what he does] I fight against fascism. That is my trade.

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Kurt Muller: I do what must be done. That is what I know how to do.

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Bodo: [Addressing Anise and discussing her French accent] Yes your accent is from the North, that is fine country. We were in hiding there once.

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Sara Muller: [Last Lines] When the time comes. When it comes, I will do my best.

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Kurt Muller: I do not tell you this story to prove that we are remarkable but to prove that they are not.

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Fanny Farrelly: There is a great deal of gossip about both of you.

David Farrelly: ...There is nothing to gossip about.

Fanny Farrelly: That never stopped anybody from gossiping.

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Fanny Farrelly: Because it's Anise's birthday, I shall go and buy presents for everybody. We always do that here. It started because I don't like not getting presents on other people's birthday.

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Fanny Farrelly: Jenny's daughter is still going with that actor. Humpf. An actor! Fashions in sin change. In my day it was Englishmen!

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