Saturday, April 12, 2014

Another Quotes Game~ Answers!

 And now for the answers to last weeks' quotes game! :-)

Quote #1
William Wilberforce: "What time is it?"
Henry Thornton: "This is your 3:00 AM dose."
William: "So, cousin, you're waking me up to give me medicine to help me sleep."
Henry: "Ah, so now you've taken on the medical profession as well as everyone else."

This picture has nothing to do with the scene, but I found it and I just love it. :-)

Answer: Amazing Grace (2006)

Quote #2
Lady Violet Grantham: "I'd forgotten what a good game this is. How long does it go on for?"
Isobel Crawley: "Oh, ages."
Violet: "Oh, goody goody!"

Answer: Downton Abbey: Season 4

Quote #3
William Dorrit: "You talk easily of hours, sir. Have you any notion what an hour is to a man who is choking for want of air?"

Answer: Little Dorrit (2008)

Quote #4
Sybil Crawley: "There's nothing wrong with doctors. We all need doctors."
Mary Crawley: "We all need crossing sweepers and draymen, too. It doesn't mean we have to dine with them."

Answer: Downton Abbey: Season 1 (Or maybe it was Season 2?)

Quote #5
Field Hand: "Quittin' time!"
Big Sam: "Who says it's quittin' time?"
Field Hand: "I says it's quittin' time!"
Big Sam: "I's the foreman. I's the one who says when it's quittin' time at Tara. Quittin' time!"

Answer: GONE WITH THE WIND (1939) (It looks better in capitals, right, Sadie?)

Quote #6
Marianne Dashwood: "Elinor, where is your heart?"
Elinor Dashwood: "What do you know of my heart? What do you know of anything but your own sufferings? For weeks, Marianne, I've had this pressing at me, without being at liberty to speak of it to a single creature. And believe me, had I not been sworn to secrecy I could have produced proof enough of a broken heart, even for you."

Answer: Sense and Sensibility (1995)

Quote #7
Captain Sawyer: "When were you last in the West Indies, Mr. Buckland?"
Mr. Buckland: "Sir, I--"
Captain Sawyer: "Answer the question, when were you last in the West Indies?"
Mr. Buckland: "I regret, sir--'
Captain Sawyer: "Never. You were never in the West Indies, that's when you were in the West Indies, Mr. Buckland."

Answer: Horatio Hornblower: Mutiny (2001)

Quote #8
Millie Warne: "All the unmarried women of our set, and believe me, there are many, they sit around all day gossiping and unaccountably bursting into tears. But you have done something. You've written a book. I warn you, I am prepared to like you very much."

Answer: Misss Potter (2007)

Quote #9
Mr. Sloppy: "Meat, one; vegetables, two; beer, three....what was four? Oh! Pudding! He was four!"

Answer: Our Mutual Friend (1998)

Quote #10
Lord Cumnor: "I'm sorry I said anything about it now. I'll try to find a more agreeable piece of news. Old Marjorie at the lodge is dead."

Answer: Wives and Daughters (1999)

Quote #11
Margaret Hale: "I wish I could tell you how lonely I am. How cold and harsh it is here. Everywhere there is conflict and unkindness. I think God has forsaken this place. I think I've seen hell. It's white-- it's snow white."

Answer: North and South (2005)

Quote #12
Mr. Garrad: "Can't be too careful in foreign climes."
Reginald Anson: "It's only Wales."
Mr. Garrad: "It's still foreign!"

Answer: The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain (1993)

Players' Scores
Sadie-- 57 points
Kiri Liz-- 37 points
Miss Laurie-- 37 points
Danielle Frederickson-- 33 points
Naomi-- 19 points
Hamlette-- 19 points
Maddie Rose-- 19 points

   19 seems to be the popular score. :-P Thanks so much for playing, girls! :-)



  1. Hi, Emma Jane. I'm sorry that I'm not commenting on your post (although it is delightful!). I'm letting you know that I've nominated you for the Liebster Award on my blog (, if you'd like to do it. :)

  2. 19 seems to be a popular score.
    You said that to make me feel better. Heehee, no, don't worry. I'm quite happy with my score.
    (Yes I do think that Sybil quote was in season 2, you know, when she wants to be a nurse.)


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