Today we picked a movie instead of a person! We picked quotes from the movie It’s a Wonderful Life in honor of the holiday season. Here’s Wednesday Wickedness!
1. George Bailey: [the staff celebrates closing the building and loan company with only two dollars remaining, to stay in business] Get a tray for these two great big important simoleans here.
Uncle Billy: We’ll save ’em for seed.
George Bailey: A toast! A toast! A toast to Mama Dollar and to Papa Dollar, and if you want to keep this old Building and Loan in business, you better have a family real quick.
Cousin Tilly: I wish they were rabbits.
Have you ever had a pet rabbit? What’s the most unusual pet that you’ve had?
Nope. Never had rabbit before. If you considered that cat and fish are usual, then my answer will be cat n fish 😀
2. George Bailey: Mary Hatch, why in the world did you ever marry a guy like me?
Mary: To keep from being an old maid!
George Bailey: You could have married Sam Wainright, or anybody else in town…
Mary: I didn’t want to marry anybody else in town. I want my baby to look like you.
George Bailey: You didn’t even have a honeymoon. I promised you…
George Bailey: Your what?
Mary: My baby!
George Bailey: [stuttering] Your, your, your, ba- Mary, you on the nest?
Mary: George Baily Lassos Stork!
George Bailey: [still stuttering] Lassos a stork?
George Bailey: What’re’ya… You mean you’re… What is it, a boy or a girl?
Mary: [nods enthusiasticly] Mmmm-hmmm!
Tell us about you finding out that you were pregnant, or of someone close to you.
Never pregnant before.Hug her and scream with her.
3. [yelling at Uncle Billy] Where’s that money, you silly stupid old fool? Where’s that money? Do you realize what this means? It means bankruptcy and scandal and prison. That’s what it means. One of us is going to jail – well, it’s not gonna be me.
Have you ever gone through a tough time financially?
Owww yesss 😉
4. [George has discovered his brother Harry’s tombstone]
Clarence: [explaining] Your brother, Harry Bailey, broke through the ice and was drowned at the age of nine.
George Bailey: That’s a lie! Harry Bailey went to war – he got the Congressional Medal of Honor, he saved the lives of every man on that transport.
Clarence: Every man on that transport died! Harry wasn’t there to save them, because you weren’t there to save Harry.
Have you ever saved someone’s life? If not, do you know anyone that has?
Not in extreme way.
5. George Bailey: What is it you want, Mary? What do you want? You want the moon? Just say the word and I’ll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. Hey. That’s a pretty good idea. I’ll give you the moon, Mary.
Mary: I’ll take it. Then what?
George Bailey: Well, then you can swallow it, and it’ll all dissolve, see… and the moonbeams would shoot out of your fingers and your toes and the ends of your hair… am I talking too much?
What’s the best line that someone has used on you in a romantic setting?
I wanna grow old with you.
6. Man on Porch: Why don’t you kiss her instead of talking her to death?
George Bailey: You want me to kiss her, huh?
Man on Porch: Ah, youth is wasted on the wrong people.
What is one thing that you would do differently if you were young again?
Hey!! 28 is considered as young, right?!?
7. Mrs. Hatch: Who is down there with you, Mary?
Mary: It’s George Bailey, mother.
Mrs. Hatch: George Bailey? What does he want?
Mary: I don’t know!
Mary: What do you want?
George Bailey: Me? Nothing! I just came in to get warm, is all.
Mary: [pause] He’s making violent love to me, mother!
Did you ever tease your parents that you were doing something wrong when you were growing up?
Hmm.. not as I recall.
8. Ma Bailey: [speaking of Mary Hatch] Why, she lights up like a firefly whenever you are around. Besides, Sam Wainright is off in New York, and you’re here in Bedford Falls…
George Bailey: And all’s fair in love and war, right?
Ma Bailey: [fixing his collar] Well, I don’t know about war…
How do you feel about war?
Never been into real war like world war or something.. but as far as I know.. I don’t think I like it.
9. George Bailey: Just remember this, Mr. Potter: that this rabble you’re talking about, they do most of the working and paying and living and dying in this community. Well, is it too much to have them work and pay and live and die in a couple of decent rooms and a bath?
Do you think that you get paid enough for the work you and your family do?
Nope but money not only comes from daily basis work only.
10. Mary Hatch: [trapped naked in a bush] Shame on you! I’ll tell your mother!
George Bailey: [thoughtfully] My mother’s way up on the corner there.
Mary Hatch: I’ll call the police.
George Bailey: They’re way downtown. Anyway, they’d be on my side.
When was the last time that you dealt with the police?