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Quotations From GRIFFIN JAY

 

  • 11.
    They give me goose pimples on top of my goose pimples.
    Griffin Jay, Maxwell Shane (1905-1983), U.S., and Christy Cabanne. Babe Jensen (Wallace Ford), The Mummy's Hand, on hearing the jackals howling outside the camp (1940).
  • 12.
    You are evil. But even the power of evil cannot stand against the power of faith and goodness.
    Griffin Jay, and Randall Faye. Lew Landers. Lady Jane Ainsley (Frieda Inescort), The Return of the Vampire, speaking to the vampire (1943).

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  • 13.
    Poopsie, you're just an eight-ball with hips.
    Griffin Jay, Maxwell Shane (1905-1983), U.S., and Christy Cabanne. Babe Jensen (Wallace Ford), The Mummy's Hand, addressing the good luck doll he bought, which doesn't seem to be working (1940).
  • 14.
    Aw, it's just like a woman. When the shootin's all over and everything's safe, they pass out.
    Griffin Jay, and Maxwell Shane (1905-1983), U.S. Christy Cabanne. Babe Jensen (Wallace Ford), The Mummy's Hand, in the temple, when Marta faints after the mummy has been destroyed (1940).

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  • 15.
    Hey, Steve, can a woman go nuts from gettin' sawed in half too many times?
    Griffin Jay, Maxwell Shane (1905-1983), U.S., and Christy Cabanne. Babe Jensen (Wallace Ford), The Mummy's Hand, after Marta has left, first threatening them, then insisting she go with them on the expedition (1940).

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  • 16.
    The mind is the greatest of all human forces. Control the mind and you control the body.
    Griffin Jay, Randall Faye, and Lew Landers. Armand Tesla (Bela Lugosi), The Return of the Vampire, speaking at a party given in his honor (1943). Additional dialogue by Randall.
  • 17.
    Your fate is to be what you are. As mine is to be what I am—your master.
    Griffin Jay, Randall Faye, and Lew Landers. Armand Tesla (Bela Lugosi), The Return of the Vampire, speaking to his unwilling assistant (1943). Additional dialogue by Randall.

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