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Shadow of the Thin Man Quotes

Shadow of the Thin Man is a television show that appeared on TV in 1970 . Shadow of the Thin Man stopped airing in 1970.

It features Hunt Stromberg as producer, David Snell (composer) in charge of musical score, and William Daniels (cinematographer) as head of cinematography.

Shadow of the Thin Man is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Shadow of the Thin Man is 97 minutes long. Shadow of the Thin Man is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The cast includes: Myrna Loy as Nora Charles, William Powell as Nick Charles, Stella Adler as Claire Porter aka Clara Peters, Sam Levene as Lieutenant Abrams, Loring Smith as 'Link' Stephens, William Powell as Nick Charles Jr., Lou Lubin as 'Rainbow' Benny, Joseph Anthony as Fred Macy, and Barry Nelson as Paul Clarke.

Shadow of the Thin Man Quotes

Myrna Loy as Nora Charles

  • (Myrna Loy) "He's getting more like his father everyday."
  • (Estrellita) "He sure is. This morning he was playing with a corkscrew."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Did Daddy read you a story?"
  • (William Powell) "Yes."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Tell Mommy the story."
  • (William Powell) "Son-of-a-Gun is 40 to 1."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Hey, what about me? I mean us?"
  • (William Powell) "Oh, this is a stag. Look, Mommy, you drink up some of your winnings. Ah, barkeeper, eh, bring Mrs. Charles 240 martinis, eh, we won't be long."
  • (Myrna Loy) "I've heard that before. Come on, Molly."
  • (Myrna Loy) "With the $2 dinner, you get machine guns."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Let's see if you can pick one winner for me, right now."
  • (William Powell) "What? A dress? Oh, sugar, winners all I pick nothing else as. Of course, here you are, right there. That's my favorite."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Oh, Nicky, that's a nightgown."
  • (William Powell) "It's still my favorite."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Either I'm dreaming or I've lived through this before."
  • (Sam Levene) "Funny how I meet you at all my homicides."
  • (William Powell) "Well, we won't be at this one long."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Follow that car, quick."
  • (Cab Driver) "Yes, ma'am."
  • (Estrellita) "Ma'am, did he hear that or did he smell it?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "That's Mr. Charles, isn't it?"
  • (Estrellita) "Yes'm."
  • (Myrna Loy) "This is a cocktail, isn't it?"
  • (Estrellita) "Yes'm."
  • (Myrna Loy) "They'll get together."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Oh, Nicky, you know you click better when I'm around."

Sam Levene as Lieutenant Abrams

  • (Sam Levene) "Is this your gun?"
  • (Barry Nelson) "No. No. It was Whitey's and it hasn't been fired."
  • (Sam Levene) "So it hasn't been fired? Then its usin' a new perfume. Burnt powder."
  • (Sam Levene) "Mr. Stephens, could this by some queer coincidence be your list of out-of-town bets on that race?"
  • (Loring Smith) "Keep swingin' Lieutenant."
  • (Sam Levene) "Three bloomers, twenty-five kimonos, ten slips, five panties, fifteen chemises."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Sounds like wash day at Vassar."
  • (Sam Levene) "Well, doc?"
  • (Second Coroner) "Shot."
  • (Sam Levene) "No kidding. I thought maybe he drowned."
  • (Sam Levene) "You know that jockey Golez, the one who was caught throwing the fourth race yesterday? He was shot."
  • (Myrna Loy) "My, they're strict at this track."
  • (Sam Levene) "What really worries me is that jockey."
  • (William Powell) "Yes. Still dead, huh?"

William Powell as Nick Charles

  • (William Powell) "Why don't you just put down the book and read the racing form?"
  • (William Powell) "Nicolas, you know, you're getting more like your mother every day. All right, Son-of-a-Gun is 40 to 1."
  • (William Powell) "You got all the luck. What'd you do? Swallow a horseshoe?"
  • (William Powell) "I want to know something about apartment 25C. What I want to know is, how long did Rainbow Benny live in that apartment?"
  • (Greek Janitor) "Oh, no long. He's move in last night at seven and he's a dead at ten."
  • (William Powell) "Nicky, something tells me that something important is happening somewhere and I think we should be there."
  • (William Powell) "Asta, you keep Mommy quiet."
  • ('Spider' Webb) "Hiya Nick."
  • (William Powell) "Hiya Spider."
  • ('Spider' Webb) "Where ya' been? How come I ain't seen ya' around?"
  • (William Powell) "I've been around. Where you been?"
  • ('Spider' Webb) "I ain't been around."
  • (William Powell) "No? In stir?"
  • ('Spider' Webb) "I was the victim of circumstances. The D.A. framed me, not knowin' I was guilty. Ain't that a coincidence?"
  • (William Powell) "Yeah. Spider, I want you to meet Mrs. Charles. Dear, this is Spider Webb."
  • ('Spider' Webb) "You're Nick's wife?"
  • (Myrna Loy) "Yeah. Ain't that a coincidence?"
  • (William Powell) "Don't look now, but your accent's showing."
  • (William Powell) "Well, gentlemen and ladies we have our murderer."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Nicky, I can't stand it. Was it me?"
  • (William Powell) "Mommy, he's a great kid. I'm much obliged."
  • (Myrna Loy) "Oh, it was nothing. Any time."
  • (William Powell) "Now, Mommy, if any trouble starts, you dive right under the table. Major Sculley and I will join you there."
  • (William Powell) "Why the detour?"
  • (Stella Adler) "None of your business. I'm not on trial."
  • (William Powell) "Not yet."
  • (William Powell) "Lieutenant, I think perhaps we better have a little pow-wow in your office tomorrow."

Loring Smith as 'Link' Stephens

  • (Loring Smith) "Why you yellow welcher."
  • (Loring Smith) "You're gonna see some great wrestling tonight."
  • (William Powell) "How do you know? Were you at the rehearsal?"
  • (Loring Smith) "I caught Barrow pawing her that night, right in my office. And she was sore."

Lou Lubin as 'Rainbow' Benny

  • (Lou Lubin) "On the level, is-is Whitey takin' a powder? Is-is-is he leavin' right away?"
  • (Joseph Anthony) "Suppose he is? Will you miss him?"
  • (Lou Lubin) "I hope to kiss a pig, I will. He owes me dough. Eight Gs. Eight. Eight Gs. And he never said a word to me about leavin'. You can't trust nobody, fellas."

Stella Adler as Claire Porter aka Clara Peters

  • (Stella Adler) "I haven't killed a jockey in weeks. Really."

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