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(2008 TV Movie)

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Marie-Angelique Bonnet: [First lines] You, soldier. Dance with me.

Richard Sharpe: I do not dance.

Marie-Angelique Bonnet: Do not, sir? Or cannot?

Richard Sharpe: Will not.

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Patrick Harper: [watches Sharpe get slapped by a noblewoman] Still have your way with the ladies, then?

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Richard Sharpe: If it's gratitude you're after, you've joined the wrong army.

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Richard Sharpe: I am no longer in the service of His Majesty. My business in India concluded I am for Calcutta to England.

Viscount Sedgefield: I cannot persuade you? Well perhaps then, you might at least be prevailed upon to perform one last duty? In which case I assure you there is no trouble to yourself.

Richard Sharpe: Aye. If I can.

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Richard Sharpe: [Preparing to bleed a horse] Keep the bugger still, Pat!

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Wormwood: [Glances down] That's elephant shit.

[Sharpe steps around it in surprise]

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Marie-Angelique Bonnet: You mean to leave me here? In the company of common soldiers!

Richard Sharpe: Good practice, I'd have thought. You're set to marry one aren't you?

Marie-Angelique Bonnet: Major Joubert is a gentleman.

Richard Sharpe: Aye, well God help him.

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Richard Sharpe: Sooner an honest murderer, than a man should steal from his mates.

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Subedar Pillai: I would rest easier that we had a professional soldier with us.

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Marie-Angelique Bonnet: At least I won't be kept awake by your snoring.

Richard Sharpe: I don't snore.

Marie-Angelique Bonnet: Like a cart horse!

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Patrick Harper: [about Sharpe] When your back's against the wall, he's the one man you want beside you.

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Ensign Percival Beauciere: It was my father that captured Jourdan's staff!

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Richard Sharpe: Where the hell do you think you're about?

Marie-Angelique Bonnet: I wanted to ride.

Richard Sharpe: I can see that!

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Richard Sharpe: For once in your life do as you're damn well told!

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Major Tredinnick: Colonel! What's this man's father to you?

Richard Sharpe: He killed my wife! He killed her, and left our daughter motherless!

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Marie-Angelique Bonnet: You are rude and ignorant and an uncouth brute!

Richard Sharpe: And you, madam, are a spoiled, willful, petulant, and selfish young fool!

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Richard Sharpe: [Wants to kill Hakeswill's son] Stand aside Pat.

Patrick Harper: Can't let you do it.

Richard Sharpe: Stand aside, damn you!

Patrick Harper: You'll have to put me down first.

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Marie-Angelique Bonnet: Having been the daughter to a soldier, I care little for the profession.

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Sir Henry Simmerson: [Raving mad] We must save the harvest!

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Patrick Harper: [Trying to pass his stone] Come on, flow like the Liffey!

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Richard Sharpe: Just when it seemed to be going so well...

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Wormwood: It's him or us, boys. Him or us.

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Richard Sharpe: I was raised up from the ranks, Wormwood. You know what that means?

Wormwood: It means you done a feat, sir. Usually.

Richard Sharpe: It also means I know every dirty soldier's trick in the book.

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Sir Henry Simmerson: I gave the task to my second-in-command. First mistake.

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Richard Sharpe: These people were farmers, Pat. No threat to anyone. Where's the profit in it?

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