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Gaston de Montrevel: Monsieur, before you continue criticizing His Majesty, I want you to know that I'm a member of the royal court.

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Gaston de Montrevel: Someday I hope to meet the thieves under more favorable circumstances. I shall teach the swine!

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Gaston de Montrevel: With all due respect for your frock, Monsignor, I think your peasants ought to be flayed for accepting help from a common thief.

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Gaston de Montrevel: Indeed, monsieur! I trust that to any gentleman of quality, he is nothing more than a blackguard.

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Baron Francois de St.-Hermain, alias Roland the Bandit: You struck my servant! I demand an apology!

Gaston de Montrevel: I reserve my apologies for gentlemen. Not for servants - or their peers!

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Gaston de Montrevel: Guard your tongue. You are addressing a gentleman!

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Gaston de Montrevel: Sire, I give you my word. The wench shall be taught better manners.

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King Louis XVI: She is rather attractive, in a way.

Gaston de Montrevel: Definitely - in a way!

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Mme. de Montrevel: His Majesty adores Gaston!

Gaston de Montrevel: [laughing in embarrassment] Table talk!

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Gaston de Montrevel: We are very proud of the boar hunting in this vicinity. The creatures are plentiful - and vicious!

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Amelie de Montrevel: I too have heard, and from an excellent source, a gentleman recently took up residence here for the boar hunting, and yet he was unable to round up a single peasant to help him enjoy the sport.

Gaston de Montrevel: Who is this stranger?

Mme. de Montrevel: The Baron de St.-Hermain.

Gaston de Montrevel: De St.-Hermain? That fop! But for a miracle I would have killed him in a duel last evening!

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Gaston de Montrevel: May I ask Your Majesty what right Monsieur le Baron has to wear the uniform of the King's guard?

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Gaston de Montrevel: Not so long ago, Monsieur le Baron seemed to prefer the company of servants and barmaids!

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Gaston de Montrevel: It would be quite a romantic idea - an aristocrat who becomes a Robin Hood!

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Gaston de Montrevel: Leave this Roland to me!

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Gaston de Montrevel: You and I alone will decide the issue!

Baron Francois de St.-Hermain, alias Roland the Bandit: Monsieur de Montrevel, I prefer to avoid fighting.

Gaston de Montrevel: Defend yourself!

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