Great Expectations (1946)
Mr. Jaggers: Take nothing on its looks, take everything on evidence. There is no better rule.
[welcoming Pip to her decaying mansion]
Miss Havisham: Come nearer. Let me look at you. Come close. Look at me. You aren't afraid of a woman who has never seen the sun since before you were born?
Mrs. Joe: If that boy comes back 'ere with his 'ead blown to bits by a musket, don't look to me to put it together again!
Pip: [narrating] In trying to become a gentleman, I had succeeded in becoming a snob.
Magwitch: Keep still, you young devil, or I'll slit your throat!
Mr. Jaggers: I have a pretty large experience of boys and you're a bad lot of fellows.
Mr. Jaggers: Now, Pip: put the case that this legal advisor has often seen children tried at the criminal bar. Put the case that he has known them to be habitually imprisoned, whipped, neglected, cast out, neglected, cast out, qualified in all ways for the hangman, and growing up to be hanged. Put the case that here was one pretty little child out of the heap that could be saved. Put that last case to yourself very carefully, Pip.