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Anna and the King of Siam (film) Quotes

Anna and the King of Siam (film) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Anna and the King of Siam ended its run in 1970.

It features Louis D. Lighton as producer, Bernard Herrmann in charge of musical score, and Arthur C. Miller as head of cinematography.

Each episode of Anna and the King of Siam (film) is 128 minutes long. Anna and the King of Siam (film) is distributed by Twentieth Century Fox.

The cast includes: Lee J. Cobb as Kralahome, Rex Harrison as King Mongkut, and Irene Dunne as Anna Owens.

Anna and the King of Siam (film) Quotes

Lee J. Cobb as Kralahome

  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Your Majesty. It has begun, Toongramon. We've lost Cambodia. Our governor of Cambodia has made a treaty with the French government. They have recognized Cambodia as independent of Siam, placed it under their "protection," and this governor of ours still protests his loyalty to Your Majesty."
  • (Rex Harrison) "So, a camel's nose is in the tent. The partition of Siam, it has begun."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "For a long time, we've said this hour must come. Now it is no longer talk. It is upon us. What do we do?"
  • (Rex Harrison) "Nothing. We shall do nothing whatever in this matter -- because there is nothing we can do."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Your father took such a man once and burned out both his eyes, hung him in the sun in a cage over cool running water, until he went mad."
  • (Rex Harrison) "We have not the right to waste ourselves on something which cannnot be changed. We shall save what strength and cunning we may have to hold together what is left of Siam. And if we cannot save all that is left, we shall save what we can."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Tell me something Toongramon. A long time ago, I came to you and asked you to leave a life of peace, and to be King. If I could ask you now to make that choice, what would your answer be? Think well before you answer that. Think what this can mean to you."
  • (Rex Harrison) "You feel great responsibility for me, don't you, Chow Koon?"
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "You might still be living peacefully at the monastery if I had not persuaded you. Perhaps it is not too late to return. Think well on that. The monastery instead of this place, where you have only enemies and danger. Well, you know this is not the end. The ships of Europe will crowd thicker on our seas, greedy for conquest. They have the power -- and the cunning. They know how to set your nobles against you, how to buy and threaten them. How can you hope to hold Siam together against enemies without and within? All that it can mean to you is that, in the end, you will die in a lost cause."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "I have done you a sorry service to have brought you to this moment."
  • (Rex Harrison) "I think you take too much credit on yourself, Chow Koon. There is a man born for every task, and I was born for this one. Remember, I was prince before I was monk. Let me ask you, if you were in my place, what would your answer be?"
  • (Rex Harrison) "Then give me as much credit as you allow yourself, my friend."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "If only we had more time."
  • (Rex Harrison) "She's got someone else at it."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "She?"
  • (Rex Harrison) "That woman and her house."
  • (Rex Harrison) "Stop it."
  • (Rex Harrison) "Take a lesson from her, my friend, and you'll never give up on anything. Give her a house."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "But --"
  • (Rex Harrison) "Give her a house. If she was meant to be a sign to us, she deserves a reward."
  • (Rex Harrison) "And if she wasn't, well, give her a house anyway, before she drives me out of my mind."

Irene Dunne as Anna Owens

  • (Irene Dunne) "How dare you treat me in this manner. I demand an explanation, and I warn you --"
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Be quiet, sir."
  • (Irene Dunne) "-- that I'm a British subject."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "That is nor reason you are safe. I could have you killed if that would serve my purpose. Such things are simple here."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Sir, did you enjoy your triumph about your house? Because you shall now enjoy greater triumph. I have something to ask of you. Not demand, but ask. It is that you shall Stay in Siam. You may enjoy yourself if you like, sir"
  • (Irene Dunne) "No matter what you ask, I wouldn't do it."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "If you do not stay in Siam, where will you go?"
  • (Irene Dunne) "I don't know."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Have you other place to put your life?"
  • (Irene Dunne) "What has that to do with you?"
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Have you, sir?"
  • (Irene Dunne) "Please stop calling me "sir"."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "I call you sir so you will not be lowly like a woman, but you continue to talk like a woman, I no longer call you sir. You think now you are nothing here, but that could be different."
  • (Irene Dunne) "How could it be, so long as the king can change his mind from one day to another?"
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "The king is not ordinary man."
  • (Irene Dunne) "Indeed he isn't."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "He is lonely man."
  • (Irene Dunne) "Lonely."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Mem, I have watched you. I think there is need here for you. I think you know what is truth about many things, and I know you have the courage to speak it. The king has no one near him like you. He has many wives, but they cannot help him. You can speak with him as a woman where they cannot. And he will listen to you, because he will know you do not seek something for yourself."
  • (Irene Dunne) "Indeed, I wouldn't. Least of all the chance to revolve around him. He doesn't need help."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Mem, why you not see? Why? He is two men. One part of him is king, like his father was. Other part tries to be man of new world, scientific man who desires to learn all modern things to save his country. But greedy men of Europe are at our door. They say Siam is barbaric land, and so must be ruled by them. So king must learn all modern things now. He tries work too big for any man, with no one to help. His own people are his enemies. They do not want change."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "And sometimes inside himself is enemy that cannot change. Oh, mem, are you blind? Have you no eyes to see? He does not live coldly with mind as I do. But with heart. With heart, mem, as king must, and so is torn in two within himself. And to whom can he turn? Whom can he trust? He is very lonely man, and very strange man. Yet, for him, I would die."
  • (Irene Dunne) "I'm -- I'm afraid I haven't been very understanding."
  • (Lee J. Cobb) "Mem, I cannot promise that it will ever be easy for you. We have proverb here: "Go up by land, and you meet tiger. Go down by water, and you meet crocodile." But for you, it will be place to put your life."

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