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The Remarkable Mr. Kipps (1941) Poster

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Ann Pornick - as a woman: I'm sorry I married you. I never would've married you if you hadn't said you'd do something desperate. So you better go out and get one of them divorces.

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Kipps - as a man: Breach of promise and my wife wants a divorce - I wish I d never been born.

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Ann Pornick - as a woman: Penny for 'em, Art?

Kipps - as a man: I dunno that I was thinking of anything really. Perhaps I was just thinking what a rum go everything is. Remember I used to say you can't be happy in this world if you don't live up to your position. Silly isn't it?

Ann Pornick - as a woman: Funny old Art.

Kipps - as a man: Ain't I? I don't suppose there was a chap ever like me before. Oh, I dunno though.

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Buggins: What the blazes made you come into the drapery trade, eh?

Kipps - as a boy: Uncle said there were prospects.

Buggins: Prospects!

Carshot: My 'eart an' liver!

Kipps - as a boy: 'E said per'aps I'd 'ave a shop of me own one of these days.

Buggins: A shop of yer own!

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Buggins: I'll tell you what prospects you got. When you get too old to work they chuck you away. You'll find old drapers everywhere - tramps, beggars, quod - anywhere but in a shop of yer own.

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