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Red Curtain Trilogy Quotes

Red Curtain Trilogy is a TV program that appeared on TV in 1970 . Red Curtain Trilogy completed its run in 1970.

It features SB: as producer, David Hirschfelder (SB) in charge of musical score, and Steve Mason (SB) as head of cinematography.

Red Curtain Trilogy is recorded in English and originally aired in Australia. Each episode of Red Curtain Trilogy is 441 minutes long. Red Curtain Trilogy is distributed by Miramax Films (SB).

Red Curtain Trilogy Quotes

  • (Satine) "I don't need you anymore. All my life you made believe I was only worth what someone would pay for me. But Christian loves me. He loves me. He loves me, Harold. And that is worth everything. We're going away from you, away from the Duke, away from the Moulin Rouge."
  • (Christian) "Then I'll write a song and we'll put it in the show and whenever you sing it or hear it. Or whistle or hum it then you'll know. It'll mean that we love one another."
  • (Christian) "Sat on the roof/ and I kicked off the moss/ and some of these verses, well they/ they've got me quite cross/ but the sun's been kind/ while I wrote this song/ It's for people like you that/ keep it turned on/ so excuse me forgetting/ but these things I do/ you see I've forgotten if they're green or they're blue/ the whole thing is/ what I really mean/ your's are the sweetest eyes/ I've ever seen."
  • (Christian) "Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months. And then, one not-so-very special day, I went to my typewriter, I sat down, and I wrote our story. A story about a time, a story about a place, a story about the people. But above all things, a story about love. A love that will live forever. The End."
  • (Christian) "The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return."
  • (Christian) "Tell me the truth."
  • (Satine) "The truth? The truth is that I am the Hindu courtesan -- and I choose the maharajah."
  • (Zidler) "She is mine."
  • (The Duke) "She is mine."
  • (The Green Fairy) "I'm the Green Fairy -- The hills are alive, with The Sound Of Music."
  • (Unnamed) "Come what may, I will love you until my dying day."
  • (Zidler) "You're dying, Satine."
  • (Satine) "Another trick, Harold?"
  • (Zidler) "The doctor told us."
  • (Satine) "Marie?"
  • (Satine) "I was a fool to believe, a fool to believe. It all ends today, yes it all ends today."
  • (Zidler) "She said you make her feel "like a virgin.""
  • (The Duke) "Virgin?"
  • (Zidler) "You know, touched for the very first time."
  • (Zidler) "Outside things may be tragic, but in here we feel its magic."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "Things aren't always as they seem."
  • (Christian) "Things are exactly the way they seem."
  • (Argentinean) "It's like; one is a Duke, and the other --"
  • (Unnamed) "No matter what you say the show is ending our way. You've gotta stand your ground for freedom, beauty, truth, and love."
  • (Unnamed) "So exciting, we'll make them laugh, we'll make them cry. So delighting --"
  • (The Duke) "And in the end, should someone die?"
  • (Satine) "I can't believe it. I'm in love. I'm in love with a young, handsome, talented duke."
  • (Christian) "Duke?"
  • (Satine) "Not that the title's important, of course."
  • (Christian) "I'm not a duke."
  • (Satine) "Not a duke?"
  • (Christian) "I'm a writer."
  • (Satine) "A writer?"
  • (Zidler) "-- And you're dallying with the writer."
  • (Satine) "Oh, Harold, don't be ridicul --"
  • (Zidler) "I saw you together."
  • (Satine) "It's nothing. It's just an infatuation. It's -- it's nothing."
  • (Nini Legs-In-The-Air) "This ending's silly. Why would the courtesan go for the penniless writer? Whoops. I mean sitar player."
  • (Zidler) "A magnificent, opulent, tremendous, stupendous, gargantuan, bedazzlement, a sensual ravishment. It will be: Spectacular Spectacular."
  • (Christian) "Wait. No, please wait. Before, when we were -- when you thought I was the Duke, you said that you loved me, a- and I wondered if --"
  • (Satine) "It was just an act?"
  • (Christian) "Yes."
  • (Satine) "Of course."
  • (Christian) "Oh. It just felt real."
  • (Satine) "Christian, I'm a courtesan. I'm paid to make men believe what they want to believe."
  • (Satine) "Never knew I could feel like this. Like I've never seen the sky before. Want to vanish inside your kiss, every day I'm loving you more and more. Listen to my heart, can you hear it sing? Come back to me- and forgive everything."
  • (Satine) "Seasons may change, winter to spring -- I love you 'til the end of time."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "There was a boy, a very strange enchanted boy --"
  • (Zidler) "You know it is. The show must go on. And now my bride it is time to raise your voice to the heavens and say your wedding vows."
  • (Zidler) "'Cause we can cancan. Yes we can cancan."
  • (Zidler) "If life's an awful bore, and living's just a chore that we do caus' death's not much fun. I just have the antidote, and though I mustn't gloat at the Moulin Rouge. You'll have fun -- Scratch that little niggle, have a little wiggle, you know that you can -- Because we can can can."
  • (Nini Legs-In-The-Air) "Don't worry Shakespeare, you'll get your ending. Once the Duke gets his end-in."
  • (Christian) "Luckily, right at that moment, an unconscious Argentinean fell through my roof."
  • (Christian) "He was quickly joined by a dwarf dressed as a nun."
  • (Zidler) "The show must go on, Satine. We're creatures of the underworld. We can't afford to love."
  • (Christian) "How could I know -- in those last fatal days -- that a force darker than jealousy -- and stronger than love; had began to take hold of Satine --"
  • (Zidler) "Where is she?"
  • (Zidler) "Honestly amigo, this is impossible."
  • (Satine) "Please tell me you're not one of Toulouse's oh so talented, charmingly bohemian, tragically impoverished writers?"
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "The hills are made with the euphonious symphonies of descant --"
  • (Doctor) "I don't think a nun would say that about a hill."
  • (Satine) "Oh, thank goodness."
  • (Satine) "I couldn't. I couldn't go through with it. I saw you there and I felt differently. I couldn't pretend."
  • (Satine) "And the Duke he saw. He saw and he-Christian, I love you."
  • (Christian) "It's okay."
  • (Satine) "I couldn't deal with it. I don't want to pretend anymore. I didn't want to lie. I don't;"
  • (Satine) "And he knows. He knows and he saw you."
  • (Christian) "That's all right. You don't have to pretend anymore. We'll leave. We'll leave tonight."
  • (Satine) "Leave? Wh-the show wh-?"
  • (Christian) "I don't care. I don't care about the show. We have each other. That's all that matters."
  • (Satine) "Yes. As long as we have each other. We have each other."
  • (Christian) "Chocolat. Take Miss Satine to her dressing room and get the things she needs. No one must see you. Do you understand?"
  • (Le Chocolat) "I understand."
  • (Christian) "Now darling you go and pack, and I'll be waiting."
  • (Zidler) "Everything's going so well."
  • (Satine) "I'm sure I will --"
  • (Satine) "Harold, the poor Duke is being treated appallingly. These silly writers let their imaginations run away with them."
  • (Satine) "Now why don't you and I have a little supper. And then afterwards, we can let Monsieur Zidler know how we would prefer the story to end."
  • (Satine) "A kiss on the hand may be, quite continental, but diamonds are a girls best friend. A kiss may be grand but it, won't pay the rental on your humble flat, or help you feed your mmhm pussycat. Men grow cold as girls grow old, and we all loose our charms in the end -- But square-cut or pear-shaped, these rocks don't loose their shape; Diamonds are a girl's best friend."
  • (Satine) "You're going to be bad for business. I can tell."
  • (Satine) "What's his type? Wilting flower? Bright and bubbly? Or smoldering temptress?"
  • (Zidler) "I'd say -- smoldering temptress."
  • (Satine) "Tell our story Christian, that way I'll-I'll always be with you."
  • (Christian) "We were off to the Moulin Rouge and I was to perform my poetry for Satine."
  • (Satine) "I'm sorry, Christian, I'm dying."
  • (Christian) "No, you'll be alright"
  • (Satine) "I'm so sorry, Christian. I'm sorry."
  • (Satine) "I'm cold. Hold me."
  • (Satine) "You've got to carry on without me, Christian."
  • (Christian) "I can't carry on without you."
  • (Satine) "You have so much to give."
  • (Christian) "No."
  • (Satine) "Ye. Tell our story, Christian."
  • (Christian) "I love you."
  • (Satine) "Tell our story, Christian, that way I'll always be with you."
  • (Christian) "Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months, and then on not-so very special day, I sat down at my type-writer and I wrote down our story. A story about a time, a story about a place, a story about the people. But most importantly, a story about love. A love that will live forever. The end."
  • (Argentinean) "S'okay. Everybody go back to work."
  • (Christian) "It's a little bit funny."
  • (Satine) "What?"
  • (Christian) "This feeling inside. I'm not one of those who can easily hide. Is this ok? Is this what you want?"
  • (Satine) "Ah, poetry. Yes, this it what I want naughty words."
  • (Christian) "I don't have much money but boy if I did, I'd buy a big house where we both could live. If I were a sculptor, but then again, no. Or a man who makes potions a traveling show. I know it's not much --"
  • (Satine) "Oh Naughty, don't stop, don't stop."
  • (Christian) "But it's the best I can do."
  • (Christian) "My gift is my song. And this one's for you. And you can tell everybody that this is your song. It may be quite simple but now that it's done. I hope you don't mind, I hope you don't mind that I put down in words -- how wonderful life is now you're in the world."
  • (The Duke) "Generally I like it."
  • (The Duke) "-- a little frog"
  • (Zidler) "Send Christian away. Only you can save him."
  • (Satine) "I'll top the bill/ I'll earn the kill/ I have to find the will to carry on with the, on with the, on with the show."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "Unbewievable. Stwaight to the ewephant."
  • (Satine) "Come and get me boys."
  • (Christian) "Mademaiselle Satine, I haven't quite finished writing that new scene. The "Will The Lovers Be Meeting at the Sitar Player's Humble Abode" scene. And I wondered if I could work on it with you later tonight."
  • (The Duke) "But, my dear, I've arranged a magnificent supper for us in the Gothic Tower."
  • (Christian) "It's not important. We could work on it tomorrow."
  • (Satine) "Oh, how dare you. It cannot wait until tomorrow. The "Lovers Will Be Meeting in the Sitar Player's Humble Abode" scene is the most important in the production. We will work on it tonight until I am completely satisfied."
  • (The Duke) "B-But my dear --"
  • (Satine) "Dear Duke. Excuse me."
  • (Christian) "I'm sorry."
  • (Christian) "Why does my heart cry? Feelings I can't fight -- you're free to leave me, but just don't deceive me, and please believe me when I say I love you."
  • (Unnamed) "Spectacular, Spectacular. No words in the vernacular can describe this great event, you'll be dumb with wonderment."
  • (Christian) "The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "Christian, you may see me only as a drunken, vice-ridden gnome whose friends are just pimps and girls from the brothels. But I know about art and love, if only because I long for it with every fiber of my being."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "I got it, I got it. Christian."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return."
  • (The Duke) "It's not that I'm not a jealous man. I just don't like other people touching my things."
  • (Toulouse-Lautrec) "Oh no, I forgot my line."
  • (Zidler) "Remember, a real show, in a real theater, with a real audience. And you'll be --"
  • (Satine) "A real actress."
  • (Argentinean) "The Hills are alive with the sound of music? I love it."
  • (Zidler) "Outside it may be raining, but in here it's entertaining."
  • (Christian) "I had come to write about truth, beauty, freedom, and that which I believed in above all things: love."
  • (Satine) "A little supper? Maybe some champagne?"
  • (Christian) "I'd rather, um, just get it over and done with."
  • (Satine) "Hmph. Oh. Very well. Then why don't you come down here and let's get it over and done with."
  • (Christian) "I prefer to do it standing."
  • (Satine) "Oh."
  • (Christian) "You don't have to stand, I mean. It's sometimes that -- It's quite long and I'd like you to be comfortable. It's quite modern what I do and it may feel a little strange at first, but I think, if you're open, then you might enjoy it."
  • (Satine) "The French are glad to die for love. They delight in fighting duels. But I prefer a man who lives -- and gives expensive -- jewels."
  • (Argentinean) "Never fall in love with a woman who sells herself. It always ends --"
  • (Argentinean) "BAD."
  • (Satine) "The difference between you and I is that you can leave anytime you choose. But this is my home."
  • (Christian) "The Moulin Rouge. A night club, a dance hall and a bordello. Ruled over by Harold Zidler. A kingdom of night time pleasures. Where the rich and powerful came to play with the young and beautiful creatures of the underworld. The most beautiful of these was the one I loved. Satine. A courtesan. She sold her love to men. They called her the "Sparkling Diamond", and she was the star -- of the Moulin rouge. The woman I loved is -- dead."
  • (Argentinean) "We have a dance in the brothels of Buenos Aires. It tells the story of the prostitute and a man who falls in love with her. First, there is desire. Then, passion. Then, suspicion. Jealousy. Anger. Betrayal. When love is for the highest bidder, there can be no trust. Without trust, there can be no love. Jealousy, yes, jealousy will drive you mad."
  • (The Duke) "You expect me to believe that scantily clad, in the arms of another man, in the middle of the night, inside an elephant you were rehearsing?"
  • (Zidler) "I am the evil maharajah."
  • (Satine) "Oh Harold, no one could play him like you could."
  • (Zidler) "No one's going to."
  • (Christian) "I've come to pay my bill."
  • (Argentinean) "The boy has talent."
  • (Argentinean) "Nothing funny, I just like talent."
  • (Satine) "When will I begin to live again? One day I'll fly away -- leave all this to yesterday. Why live life from dream to dream, and dread the day when dreaming ends."
  • (Zidler) "The Duke holds the deeds to the Moulin Rouge, he's spending a fortune on you, he's giving you a beautiful new dressing room, he wants to make you a star, and YOU'RE DALLYING WITH THE WRITER."
  • (Satine) "Harold, that's ridic --"
  • (Zidler) "I SAW YOU TOGETHER."
  • (Satine) "It's nothing. It's just an infatuation -- it's nothing."
  • (Zidler) "The infatuation will end. Go to the boy; tell him it's over, and the Duke is expecting you in the tower at eight."
  • (The Duke) "Why shouldn't the courtesan go for the maharajah?"
  • (Christian) "Because she doesn't love you. Him -- hi -- him -- sh -- she doesn't love -- him --"
  • (Nini Legs-In-The-Air) "Don't worry Shakespeare, you'll get your ending. Once the Duke gets his -- "end" in."

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