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Mulholland Drive (film) Quotes

Mulholland Drive (film) is a TV program that appeared on TV in 1970 . Mulholland Drive ended in 1970.

It features Neal Edelstein, Tony Krantz, Michael Polaire, and Alain Sarde; Mary Sweeney as producer, Angelo Badalamenti in charge of musical score, and Peter Deming as head of cinematography.

Mulholland Drive (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Mulholland Drive (film) is 146 minutes long. Mulholland Drive (film) is distributed by Universal Studios, and BAC Films.

Mulholland Drive (film) Quotes

  • (Luigi Castigliane) "This is the girl."
  • (Adam Kesher) "Hey, that girl is not in my film."
  • (Vincenzo Castiliane) "It's no longer your film."
  • (Dan) "I just wanted to come here."
  • (Herb) "To Winkie's?"
  • (Dan) "This Winkie's."
  • (Herb) "Okay, why this Winkie's?"
  • (Dan) "It's kind of embarrassing."
  • (Herb) "Go ahead."
  • (Dan) "I had a dream about this place."
  • (Herb) "Oh, boy."
  • (Dan) "See what I mean?"
  • (Herb) "Okay, so you had a dream about this place. Tell me."
  • (Dan) "Well, it's the second one I've had, but they're both the same. They start out that I'm in here, but it's not day or night. It's kind of half-night, you know? But it looks just like this -- except for the light. And --"
  • (Dan) "I'm scared like I can't tell you. Of all people, you're standing right over there -- by that counter. You're in both dreams and you're scared too. I get even more frightened when I see how afraid you are and then I realize what it is. There's a man -- in back of this place. He's the one who's doing it. I can see him through the wall. I can see his face. I hope that I never see that face, ever, outside of a dream."
  • (Dan) "That's it."
  • (Herb) "So -- you came here to see if he's really out there."
  • (Dan) "To get rid of this god-awful feeling."
  • (Herb) "Right, then."
  • (Gene) "That ain't no way to treat your wife, buddy. I don't care what she's done."
  • (Cowboy) "A man's attitude -- a man's attitude goes some ways. The way his life will be. Is that somethin' you agree with?"
  • (Adam Kesher) "Sure."
  • (Cowboy) "Now -- did you answer cause you thought that's what I wanted to hear, or did you think about what I said and answer cause you truly believe that to be right?"
  • (Adam Kesher) "I agree with what you said, truthfully."
  • (Cowboy) "What'd I say?"
  • (Adam Kesher) "Uh -- that a man's attitude determines, to a large extent, how his life will be."
  • (Cowboy) "So since you agree, you must be someone who does not care about the good life."
  • (Diane Selwyn) "This is the girl."
  • (Joe Messing) "Don't show me this fucking thing here."
  • (Diane Selwyn) "It's just an actresses photo resume, everybodys got one."
  • (Cowboy) "There's sometimes a buggy. How many drivers does a buggy have?"
  • (Adam Kesher) "One."
  • (Cowboy) "So, let's just say I'm driving this buggy. And, if you fix your attitude, you can ride along with me."
  • (Cowboy) "When you see the girl in the picture that was shown to you earlier today, you will say, "this is the girl". The rest of the cast can stay, that's up to you. But the choice for that lead girl is NOT up to you. Now -- you will see me one more time, if you do good. You will see me -- two more times, if you do bad. Good night."
  • (Rita) "What are you doing? We don't stop here."
  • (Gene) "Just forget you ever saw it. It's better that way."
  • (Coco Lenoix) "Honey, you're a good kid, but what you're telling me is a load of horse puckey. Even though it comes from a good place."
  • (Betty Elms) "I'm in love with you."
  • (Ray Hott) "Good afternoon, Mr. Roque. Her name is Camilla Rhodes. The director doesn't want her. Do you want him replaced? I know they said --"
  • (Mr. Roque) "Then --"
  • (Ray Hott) "Then that means we should --"
  • (Mr. Roque) "Yes?"
  • (Ray Hott) "Shut everything down."
  • (Ray Hott) "Is that something that --"
  • (Ray Hott) "You want us to shut everything down?"
  • (Ray Hott) "Then we'll shut everything down."
  • (Cowboy) "Well, just stop for a little second and think about it. Will ya do that for me?"
  • (Adam Kesher) "Okay, I'm thinking."
  • (Cowboy) "No, you're not thinkin'. You're too busy being a smart aleck to be thinkin'. Now I want ya to "think" and stop bein' a smart aleck. Can ya try that for me?"
  • (Cowboy) "Howdy."
  • (Adam Kesher) "Howdy to you."
  • (Cowboy) "Beautiful evening."
  • (Adam Kesher) "Yeah."
  • (Cowboy) "Sure wanna thank you for coming all the way up here to see me from that nice little hotel downtown."
  • (Adam Kesher) "No problem. What's on your mind?"
  • (Cowboy) "Well, now. Here's a man who wants to get right down to it. Kind of anxious to get to it, are you?"
  • (Cynthia) "Do you know somebody called "the Cowboy"?"
  • (Adam Kesher) "The Cowboy?"
  • (Cynthia) "Yeah, the Cowboy. This guy, the Cowboy, wants to see you. Jason said he thought it'd be a good idea."
  • (Adam Kesher) "Oh, Jason thought it'd be a good idea for me to see the Cowboy. Well, should I wear my ten-gallon hat and my six-shooters?"
  • (Gene) "He might be upset."
  • (Bob Brooker) "It's not a contest -- the two of them -- with themselves -- So don't play it for real until it gets real."
  • (Betty Elms) "OK."
  • (Betty Elms) "She's letting me stay here while she's working on a movie that's being made in Canada. But I guess you already know that. Well, I couldn't afford a place like this in a million years -- unless, of course, I'm discovered and become a movie star. Of course, I'd rather be known as a great actress than a movie star. But, you know, sometimes people end up being both. So that is, I guess you'd say, sort of why I came here."
  • (Betty Elms) "I'm sorry. I'm just so excited to be here. I mean I just came here from Deep River, Ontario, and now I'm in this dream place. Well, you can imagine how I feel."
  • (Betty Elms) "Don't drink all the coke."
  • (Betty Elms) "Well, there it was."
  • (Jimmy 'Woody' Katz) "Yeah, there it was alright. Baby, you got a way with you, really."
  • (Wally Brown) "Bob?"
  • (Bob Brooker) "Very good. Really. I mean, it was forced maybe, but still -- humanistic. Yeah. Very good. Really. Really."
  • (Rita) "¡Yo nunca fui a Casablanca con Luigi."
  • (Unnamed) "Qué lástima."
  • (Adam Kesher) "¡Qué va."
  • (Betty Elms) "Get out. Get out before I call my dad. He trusts you; you're his best friend. This will be the end of everything."
  • (Cynthia) "You're broke."
  • (Adam Kesher) "But I'm not broke."
  • (Cynthia) "I know, but you're broke. Where are you?"
  • (Jimmy 'Woody' Katz) "What's your name?"
  • (Betty Elms) "Betty."
  • (Jimmy 'Woody' Katz) "Yeah, Betty, look, you don't rush it. I don't rush it."
  • (Betty Elms) "Yes? May I help you?"
  • (Louise Bonner) "Someone is in trouble. Who are you? What are you doing in Ruth's apartment?"
  • (Betty Elms) "She's letting me stay here. I'm her niece. My name's Betty."
  • (Louise Bonner) "No, it's not. That's not what she said. Someone is in trouble. Something bad is happening."
  • (Adam Kesher) "I got the pool, she got the pool-man."
  • (Jimmy 'Woody' Katz) "Acting is reacting."
  • (Rita) "Good night, sweet Betty."
  • (Betty Elms) "I hate you. I hate us both."
  • (Betty Elms) "Have you ever done this before?"
  • (Rita) "I don't know. Have you?"
  • (Betty Elms) "I want to with you."
  • (Rita) "Betty? Betty? Where are you? Donde estas --"
  • (Coco Lenoix) "You know, there was a man that lived here once that had a prize-fighting kangaroo. Well, you just wouldn't believe what that kangaroo did to this courtyard."
  • (Irene) "Well, it's time to say good-bye, Betty. It's been so nice traveling with you."
  • (Betty Elms) "Thank you, Irene. I was so excited and nervous. It was sure great to have you to talk to."
  • (Irene) "Remember, I'll be watching for you on the big screen."
  • (Betty Elms) "Okay, Irene. Won't that be the day?"
  • (Irene) "Good luck, Betty dear. Take care of yourself. And be careful."
  • (Betty Elms) "I will. Thanks again."
  • (Irene) "Okay, dear."
  • (Irene's Companion at Airport) "Betty, it was so nice meeting you. All the luck in the world."
  • (Betty Elms) "Thank you."
  • (Cowboy) "Hey, pretty girl, time to wake up."
  • (Vincent Darby) "I think you're going to enjoy your espresso this time. I've done quite a bit of research, knowing how hard you are to please. This one comes highly recommended."
  • (Bondar) "No hay banda. There is no band. Il n'est pas de orquestra. This is all -- a tape-recording. No hay banda. And yet we hear a band. If we want to hear a clarinette -- listen."
  • (Bondar) "Un trombon "à coulisse". Un trombon "con sordina". Sient le son du trombon in sourdine. Hear le son -- and mute it -- drop it. It's all recorded. No hay banda. It's all a tape. Il n'est pas de orquestra. It is -- an illusion."
  • (Rita) "Go with me somewhere."
  • (Betty Elms) "Now?"
  • (Rita) "Right now."
  • (Betty Elms) "It's strange calling yourself."

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