Joseph O'Donnell


Joseph O'Donnell Quotes

  • ''Chinese do not repay friendship with death.''
    Joseph O'Donnell, and Clifford Sanforth. Ah Ling, Murder by Television, when he is accused of Perry's murder (1935). From an idea suggested by Clarence Hennecke and Carl Coolidge.
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  • ''Master say: He who takes what gods may send has learned life's most important lesson.''
    Joseph O'Donnell. Clifford Sanforth. Ah Ling, Murder by Television, when he is accused of Perry's murder (1935). From an idea suggested by Clarence Hennecke and Carl Coolidge.
  • ''When wine is spilled with accident, death and disaster hasten.''
    Joseph O'Donnell. Clifford Sanforth. Ah Ling, Murder by Television, after he accidentally spills wine on Mrs. Houghland (1935). From an idea suggested by Clarence Hennecke and Carl Coolidge.
  • ''As Ah Ling would say, "Even though the eyes may see, the mind will not believe."''
    Joseph O'Donnell, and Clifford Sanforth. Arthur Perry (Bela Lugosi), Murder by Television, at the end of the movie (1935). Perry is echoing the houseboy's fondness for quotation; from an idea suggested by Clarence Hennecke and Carl Coolidge.
  • ''Don't pay any attention to Ah Ling. He has a mania for quoting Confucius. And Charlie Chan.''
    Joseph O'Donnell. Clifford Sanforth. Mrs. Houghland, Murder by Television, reassuring her friends after the houseboy has pointed out a sign of ill omen (1935). From an idea suggested by Clarence Hennecke and Carl Coolidge.

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