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Quotations from Black Christmas

The film Black Christmas is a Canadian horror film that follows a group of college students who face a deranged serial killer in their sorority house. The movie is based on the urban legend called "The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs", but it is also based upon a series of murders which took place in Quebec, Canada during the Christmas season. Black Christmas is considered one of the first slasher films.

Director: Bob Clark
Producer: Bob Clark
Writers: A. Roy Moore
Starring: Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, and John Saxon
Release date: October 11, 1974

Sergeant Nash: Excuse me? Could you give me the number at the sorority house? Please?
Barb Coard: Yeah, sure. It's, ah... Fellatio 20880. Fellatio. It's a new exchange, FE.
Sergeant Nash: That's a new one on me. How do you spell it?
Barb Coard: Capital F, E, little L, LA, TIO.
Sergeant Nash: Thanks.
Barb Coard: Don't mention it.

Mr. Harrison: I didn't send my daughter in here to be drinking and picking up the boys.

Clare Harrison: I don't think you should provoke somebody like that, Barb.
Barb Coard: Oh listen, this guy is minor league. In the city, I get two of those a day.
Clare Harrison: Well maybe. But you know that town girl was raped a couple of weeks ago.
Barb Coard: Darling, you can't rape a townie.

Lieutenant Kennet Fuller: Sergeant Nash what's this?
Sergeant Nash: That's the address to the sorority house.
Lieutenant Kennet Fuller: Fellatio?
Sergeant Nash: Yes, Fellatio, the new exchange address for the house.
Lieutenant Kennet Fuller: Sergeant Nash, I don't think you could pick your nose without written instructions.
Sergeant Nash: I know, the address is something dirty isn't it?

Barb Coard: Why don't you go find a wall socket and stick your tongue in it, that will give you a charge?

Mrs. MacHenry: These broads would hump the Leaning Tower of Pisa if they could get up there!

Barb Coard: Speaking of professional virgins - here we have the queen of vaudeville herself!
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