Friday, October 18, 2013

It wasn't THAT hard, was it?

 Well, here are the answers to last Friday's Quotes Quiz. Apparently this game was so hard that none of y'all wanted to play it! But that's alright. I guess I didn't realize I had made it so tricky, and I apologize! Personally I think some of these are really great quotes, though, so I hope you enjoy reading them! : )

Quote #1
   Aunt Juley: All the Shlegels are exceptional. They are British to the backbone, of course, but their father was German, which is why they care for literature and art.

   Answer: Howard's End (1992)


Quote #2
   Trainmaster: What are you fixin' on doin'?
    Jim Younger: I ain't fixin' on doin' nothin', I'm doin' it!


Answer: The Long Riders (1980)


Quote #3
   Sir Richard Carlisle: I'm leaving in the morning, Lady Grantham. I doubt we'll see each other again.
    Lady Grantham: Do you promise?


Answer: Downton Abbey: Season 2


Quote #4
  Ralph Nickleby: Husbands die every day. And wives.
   Nicholas Nickleby: And brothers also.
   Ralph Nickleby: Yes, and puppies too.


Answer: Nicholas Nickleby (2002)


Quote #5
  Queen Victoria: Lord Melbourne, that is not what is preached from the pulpit.
    Lord Melbourne: No it's not, and that's exactly why I never go to church. One always hears the most extraordinary things.

Answer: The Young Victoria (2008)


Quote #6
   Charlotte Selton: You have done nothing for which you should be ashamed.
     Benjamin Martin: I have done nothing, and for that I am ashamed.


Answer: The Patriot (2000)


Quote #7
    Reginald Anson: Well, we've made measurements with those two hills, and we already know the height of Newton Beacon and Whitchurch hill....
    Thomas Tupp: But how were they measured?
    Reginald Anson: The same way, by comparing them with other hills.
    Thomas Tupp: But who measured the first hill?
    Reverend Jones: God. God, my boy. God.


Answer: The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain (1995)


Quote #8

    Hyacinth Gibson: I don't know what you mean by proximate.
    Dr. Gibson: Well, go into the surgery and look it up then.

Answer: Wives and Daughters (1998)


Quote #9
   Lancelot: This is not Rome's fight. It is not your fight. All these long years we've been together, the trials we've faced, the blood we've shed....What was it all for, if not for the reward of freedom? And now when we are so close! When it is finally within our grasp-- look at me! Does it all count for nothing?


Answer: King Arthur (2004)

Quote #10
    William Wilberforce: That winter, we should have won. With the evidence we had collected, by natural justice we should have won.

Answer: Amazing Grace (2006)


Quote #11
   Sir Percival Blakeney: I must apologize for my tardiness. 'Twas next to impossible to find a carriage. Sink me if everyone isn't so equal in your society that no one wants to do the driving.


Answer: The Scarlet Pimpernel (1982)

Quote #12
   2nd Lieutenant William Bush: My uncle was a blacksmith. I know what happens when metal overheats.
    3rd Lieutenant Horatio Hornblower: I believe they call it the co-efficient of expansion.
    Lieutenant Bush: I call it bloody dangerous.


Answer: Horatio Hornblower: Retribution (2001)

Have a wonderful day and God bless! : )

What kinds of games would you like to see in the future?

2 comments:

  1. How did I miss this game?!? Grr. I actually knew one of them, and should have known a couple others. Well, reading the answers was great fun :-) Especially with so many lovely pictures of Ioan Gruffudd among them!

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  2. Oh! I was going to do this, but to tell the truth, I really only knew two or three. I love these types of games though. Next time I'll participate, even if I know none ;)

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