Asylum (I) (1972)
[explaining why he's in a wheelchair]
Dr. Rutherford: Never turn your back on a patient.
Dr. Martin: Working with the mentally disturbed... can lead to a breakdown.
Dr. Rutherford: If you can recognise who is - or was - Dr. Starr, then I'll consider you qualified for the position.
[Smith orders an expensive suit, but tells the tailor he can only work on the garment after midnight]
Smith: I happen to believe in astrology...
[Barbara's imaginary friend Lucy has just stabbed Barbara's brother and nurse to death]
Lucy: There, Barbara, now you're free. Free of all of them.
[Byron shows Dr. Martin the dolls he's been making]
Byron: These are not ordinary figures. The eyes were made to see. Inside each skull is a perfectly proportioned brain, perfectly capable of functioning.
Dr. Martin: You talk about them as if they were alive.
Byron: Hm. That's the final step.