Little Lord Fauntleroy (1980 TV Movie)
Earl of Dorincourt: Oh, games are important. They prepare a boy for the larger game of life, I'm told.
Earl of Dorincourt: Tell the lady that like all Americans she is exceedingly rude.
Mrs. Errol: Tell his Lordship it is obvious Americans do not have a monopoly on rudeness.
Earl of Dorincourt: Tell the lady she offends me.
Mrs. Errol: Tell his Lordship I certainly hope so.
Lord Fauntleroy: The only thing is, now that I'm going to be an Earl, I can't become a Democrat and become President - which is what Mr. Hobbs had in mind for me.
Earl of Dorincourt: President? You will go to the House of Lords.
Lord Fauntleroy: Is that just as good as being President?
Earl of Dorincourt: Poor child, infinitely superior.
Lord Fauntleroy: I'm learning how to talk French. It's pretty tricky.
Earl of Dorincourt: We have a philanthropist in our midst. One who bestows largesse on bootblacks and grocers.
Minna: My boy is your right and proper heir and I want what's comin' to me.
Ben Tipton: What's comin' to you is the back of my hand.
Earl of Dorincourt: You call it maturity, the Yanks call it precosity, and I call it impudence.